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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Voters to choose school trustees by mail-in ballots Voters to choose school trustees by mail-in ballots

POLSON – Voters in the Charlo, Polson and Ronan school districts will have a contested election to decide on May 2. Balloting will be done completely by mail, although voters can vote in person at the county courthouse. (A decision on whether to allow counties to have mail-in balloting for the May 2...

Community brainstorms for positive development Community brainstorms for positive development

ARLEE – Community members took the first step towards making their ideas come true during the Arlee Community Visioning Event on Saturday. “This is about bringing the community together to identify others that have a passion for this place but maybe don’t have a voice,” Arlee Commu...

Valley’s best shine in all-star game Valley’s best shine in all-star game

Valley rivalries were put aside as conference friends and foes gathered Thursday evening for the 22nd annual Mission Valley All-Star Classic at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus. The all-star event matches up some of the best basketball talent from the valley...

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...

CHAMPS! CHAMPS!

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

CSKT stepping up to fully fund Pablo inspection station CSKT stepping up to fully fund Pablo inspection station

PABLO — The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are putting a little more muscle into the fight against mussels. CSKT is contributing $17,000 this year to operate an inspection station in Pablo, according to Mike Durglo, the tribes’ environmental director. Last year, the tribes gave $10,00...

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 ...

Local college students honored

Nicholas Crawford of Arlee was named to the dean’s list of Young Harris College in Harris, Georgia, for the 2016 fall semester. Tegan Bauer, Amanda Harrod and Jaylin Kenney, all of Polson, were named to Carroll College’s dean’s list in Helena. Students who achieve a 3.5 grade point avera...

Warriors become back-to-back divisional champions Warriors become back-to-back divisional champions

BUTTE — For the second year in a row, the Arlee Warriors are headed back to the Class C Championship Tournament as the Western C Divisional Champions. And they defeated the Manhattan Christian Eagles during the Western C Divisional Tournament, held at the Maroon Activities Center on Saturday evening...


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