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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Mission Valley Museum Consortium shares news

Arlee Arlee Jocko Valley Museum Our historic site, located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school), is closed until July 4, 2020. View our beautiful war memorial that is outdoors at our site. Volunteers are needed. For more information call 406-726-3167   St. Ignatius ...

Sports shorts for Sept. 25, 2019 Sports shorts for Sept. 25, 2019

Golf Polson & Ronan Polson Pirate golfer Trey Kelley shot a 72 to win the Polson Invitational held Monday, Sept. 17, at the Polson Bay Golf Club. Kelley won by two strokes over Hamilton golfer Tristan Hanson. Out of the twelve participating golf teams, the Polson boys finished sixth in the...

Hangin’ Art Gallery closes up shop after 16 years Hangin’ Art Gallery closes up shop after 16 years

ARLEE – The Hangin’ Art Gallery was filled with people for the last time on Thursday evening as musicians, artists and friends gathered to say a final farewell to an iconic small business. “Lots of energy passed through this place over the years,” Andre Floyd said from the stage wh...

Mission Valley Museum Consortium announces end of season news

Arlee Arlee Jocko Valley Museum Our historic site is open from 2-4 p.m. on Aug. 17, 31 and Sept 2, Labor Day . The museum has many historical displays including many photographs of Native and homesteading families. There are hundreds of obituaries with genealogy information. We are located at the c...

Lightning sparks Arlee fire

ARLEE – The Arlee Northwest Fire burned on a grassy hillside located two and a half miles northwest of town. On July 9, the fire was 20 percent contained and had covered 24 acres. The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' Division of Fire began fire suppression efforts with an objective: to cr...

Warriors honored at Arlee Celebration Warriors honored at Arlee Celebration

ARLEE – The 121st Arlee Esqapqeyni began with a Snake Dance on Thursday afternoon, and the celebration continued through the weekend with many more traditional dances.  In a single file line, dancers wearing regalia moved together in the wave-like pattern of a snake into the pavilion. The dance...

Arlee volunteers serve hundreds of pancakes to raise funds Arlee volunteers serve hundreds of pancakes to raise funds

By Karen Peterson   Valley Journal ARLEE – Although the breakfast served by volunteers with the Arlee Fire Department was filled with celebration on the Fourth of July morning, the need behind the event wasn’t quite as festive.  “We are working on getting the money to buy...

Area museums offer history, tours, art

News from the Mission Valley Museum Consortium   Arlee Arlee Jocko Valley Museum  Our historic site opened on July 4. We will be open from 2-4 p.m. on July 20, Aug. 3, 17, 31 and Sept. 2, Labor Day.  The museum has many historical displays including many photographs...

Arlee Rodeo brings fast-paced action to Mission Valley Arlee Rodeo brings fast-paced action to Mission Valley

ARLEE – The excitement began as the chutes flew open at the 39th Annual Fourth of July Rodeo at the Arlee Rodeo Grounds on Thursday. Rodeo fans were kept on the edge of their seats as they watched local cowboys and cowgirls compete to see who could hang on the longest during the high-flying action o...

Hangin’ Art Gallery in Arlee to close Hangin’ Art Gallery in Arlee to close

ARLEE – After serving as an Arlee community hub for art, music and food for 16 years, the Hangin’ Art Gallery will close late this August. Owner Donna Mollica plans to retire to pursue personal endeavors. Mollica said she wanted to announce the closing early to give others in the community the...


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