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Arlee students travel to space for MCT play Arlee students travel to space for MCT play

ARLEE – Aliens, robots, giants and a bumbling space explorer took the stage at this year’s Missoula Children’s Theater performance. The show was “Gulliver’s Travels,” set in space. The play told the story of the explorer Gulliver navigating space and meeting the locals ...

Girls’ empowerment program seeks leader Girls’ empowerment program seeks leader

ARLEE – Lunchtime meetings at the Arlee School District give girls and non-binary youth an opportunity to explore their unique strengths. Using Their Strength is a program facilitated by the YWCA of Missoula. The program has existed in Missoula for over 20 years. Two years ago, it was established in Ar...

Arlee district searches for principal, superintendent

ARLEE – A wave of retirements scheduled for the end of this school year means the Arlee School District is looking for replacements.  Jim Taylor is the current junior and senior high school principal. He will retire at the end of the school year. Assistant junior and senior high principal Dan H...

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 located outside of our site. We are located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school). Volunteers are needed.  For more information call 406-726-3167. ...

First annual Arlee Trail of Bales is a success First annual Arlee Trail of Bales is a success

By Mary Auld for the Valley Journal  ARLEE – Arlee’s business community livened up the town’s streets with creative hay bale creations.  Shannon Patton works at Valley Bank in Arlee and organized the contest. She was inspired by the hay bale decorating event in Ronan. Commun...

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Volleyball Polson Lady Pirates In Northwest A action, the Polson Lady Pirates fell in straight sets on the road 11-25, 11-25, 11-25 to Columbia Falls on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Lena Pawloski (six) and Berkley Ellis (five) combined for 11 of the Lady Pirates’ 13 assists, while Ara Mercer had 14 digs...

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Soccer The Polson Pirates 2019 soccer season came to an end in Laurel Saturday as the Pirates struggled to derail the Laurel Locomotives in Class A state soccer quarter-final action. After a scoreless first half, the Locomotives picked up steam and scored four goals in the second half for the 4-0 win ov...

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 ...

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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...


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