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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Programs bring community together to support suicide awareness, prevention Programs bring community together to support suicide awareness, prevention

ARLEE – The first of several dinners developed around suicide awareness began at the Brown Building on Wednesday, March 15. It wasn’t a dinner where people got up and spoke about how to prevent suicide, although information was available in pamphlet form if anyone wanted it. The event was more...

Arlee man charged with incest Arlee man charged with incest

POLSON – A bond reduction or release with a GPS-monitoring device was denied last week for an Arlee man charged with two counts of incest. Curtis Milton Smith, 60, is being held on a $200,000 bond. He was recently arrested at the border while trying to re-enter the country from Canada, Smith’s...

10 Mission Valley athletes earn all-state hoop honors

MISSION VALLEY — Ten local high school athletes have received allstate honors for their performances on the basketball court. Following on the heels of the Arlee Warriors’ Class C championship, the team led valley programs in all-state recognition with three. Earning all-state nods for the War...

Briefs for March 22, 2017

Have coffee with Chief Weaver, visit RPD website, Facebook RONAN — The public is invited to attend “Coffee with the Chief” at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 28, at Ronan Café. Chief Ken Weaver will talk about the operations of the police department, discuss community matters and the impo...


Arlee Warrior Will Mesteth steals the ball from a defender and heads to the hoop during the state championship game Saturday in Bozeman

Tall order Tall order

BELGRADE – Ending a stellar season, the Arlee Scarlets fell 62-33 in the state championship game on Saturday in a battle against the perennial champion Belt Lady Huskies. It was the Scarlets’ first appearance since 1980 in the State Class C Girls Basketball Championship game. The Lady Huskies,...

Jumping for a cause Jumping for a cause

POLSON — They may not have been jumping for joy, but they were happy nonetheless. One hundred and twenty-five of 400 Linderman Elementary students participated in “Jump Rope for Heart” event on March 1. American Heart Association regional representative Lisa Vesciano said some $4,500 ...

Mariners to hold dinner, thank Hansons

POLSON — The 2017 Mission Valley Mariners baseball team will hold a Black Tie Dinner from 6-9 p.m. Friday, March 17 at the KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino. The dinner is $40 per plate. Each year about 35 area youth from Plains, Hot Springs, Arlee, St. Ignatius, Ronan and Polson play Legion baseball. ...


ARLEE — March indeed came in like a lion, with a bit of snow, wind, rain and sun. Mostly we like the sun and the melting of snow. We find that many of our snowbirds are staying a bit longer in that sunshine state. February was a busy month with the Arlee/Jocko Volunteer Fire Department having their ann...

School spelling champions battle for county title School spelling champions battle for county title

Forty-eight of the best spellers in Lake County were invited to compete at the 52nd Lake County Spelling Bee on Tues., Feb. 21, at the Ronan Performing Arts Center. Students in grades five through eight took their seats on the stage to battle it out one letter at a time for a chance to go to the state com...


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