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Senior coupons available

LAKE COUNTY — It’s that time of year again. People age 60 or older, within certain income guidelines, are eligible for $50 coupons to spend at Lake County farmer’s markets. You can purchase Montana grown vegetables, fruit, cut herbs and raw honey with the coupons. We are encouraging seniors...

First celebration powwow canceled in 122-year history First celebration powwow canceled in 122-year history

ARLEE – Pamela Askan has been attending the Arlee Celebration since she was a little kid. She can’t remember a year when she missed the event. This year, the powwow grounds will be empty the first weekend in July for the first time since the powwow started in 1898. Askan said the powwow’s c...

Farmers markets open under new COVID-19 guidelines Farmers markets open under new COVID-19 guidelines

RONAN – They held the first farmers market of the season in Ronan last Thursday and everything looked like business as usual, but a closer inspection revealed a few differences this year. Reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus created the need for social distancing guidelines at farmers markets t...

Mission Valley Museum Consortium shares news

ARLEE Arlee Jocko Valley Museum Our historic site is closed until July 4, 2020.  View our beautiful War Memorial, which is outside of our site located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school). Volunteers are needed.  For more information, call 406-726-3167.   ST ...

Banners honor graduating seniors Banners honor graduating seniors

This year’s high school seniors won’t sit on stages in caps and gowns to signify the end of their secondary education, but communities are finding ways to celebrate them anyway. In Arlee, Kelly Jo Nagel spearheaded an effort to make and hang banners featuring the seniors’ photos througho...

Locals graduate from Carroll College

News from Carroll College HELENA – On Saturday, May 9, 2020, Carroll College conferred degrees on graduates in a virtual conferral ceremony in lieu of what would have been the 110th commencement ceremony of the college. In light of the mandates put in place due to COVID-19, Carroll College has res...

Arlee celebrates community with a two-hour parade Arlee celebrates community with a two-hour parade

The lights may not be on inside Arlee’s buildings, but the Light Up Arlee event on Wednesday night sent a bright spark of hope and a sense of togetherness through the community. Arlee Schools staff and faculty, along with several law enforcement and EMS vehicles, made up a parade containing 50 vehic...

Local farmers markets adapt to coronavirus Local farmers markets adapt to coronavirus

In the summer, the Mission Valley is full of fresh produce and meat made available at farmers markets; however, the current pandemic has imposed an air of uncertainty on plans for this summer’s farmers market season.  Administrators of farmers markets in the area are working to find ways to kee...

County seeks election judges

By Mary Auld for the Valley Journal  LAKE COUNTY – Election judges are the boots on the ground that keep elections running smoothly. Lake County is recruiting community members for these important positions. “Election judges are on the front line dealing directly with voters,” La...

Museum Consortium shares upcoming dates, events

News from Mission Valley Museum Consortium   ARLEE Arlee Jocko Valley Museum Our historic site is closed until July 4, 2020. View our beautiful war memorial, which is outside of our site located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school). Volunteers needed. For more infor...


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