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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Charlo sweeps 14-C Districts

  POLSON – In Polson on Thursday, teams from Charlo, Arlee, Two Eagle River, St. Regis, Superior, Noxon, and Hot Springs fought for district titles and a spot at the State competition. The Vikings and Lady Vikings had no problem securing their spots as they dominated the competition, with Charl...

New board members take positions New board members take positions

ARLEE – Newly elected board members Lisa Koetter and Wendy Forgey were sworn in last week to replace Shelly Fyant and Richard Bachmeier. Rick Desjarlais was nominated as the new head chair and Kris Gardner as the vice chair. Superintendent George Linthicum thanked the outgoing members and the newly app...

Summer meals for kids provided in Arlee

ARLEE — Free breakfast and lunch will be served to children at Arlee Schools from June 6 - Aug. 8. Breakfast is 8:30-10:30 a.m., and lunch is served 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Right on track: Lake County schools duke it out in Polson Right on track: Lake County schools duke it out in Polson

  Polson hosted all six valley schools on Tuesday for a Lake County showdown on the track and in the field. The Pirates and Lady Pirates dominated with both the boys and girls taking the first place team crowns. Pirates came away with a top score of 181 and the Lady Pirates scored a 199.66. Charlo bo...

MAC softball: Go ahead, try and stop ‘em MAC softball: Go ahead, try and stop ‘em

RONAN – MAC softball is on fire and the Lady Bulldogs are not letting anybody squeak by their fury on the diamond.  On Thursday the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Ronan to take on their valley rivals after an earlier loss to them in the season. While putting the past in the past the Lady Bulldogs ov...

Kids play, dance, learn at health fair Kids play, dance, learn at health fair

PABLO — Kids were dancing, kids were playing double ball, kids were learning about correct hand washing and teeth brushing and kids were planting peppers and beans at the children’s health fair on April 30. The health fair came about because Salish Kootenai College Bachelor of Science in Nursi...

Valley girls dominate Big Sky Small Schools meet

  MISSOULA – Several athletes from the Ronan, Arlee, and Charlo girls’ teams made their mark in the top spots at the Big Sky Small Schools meet on Friday. Scarlet Becca Whitesell took home the gold in the 1,600 meter, finishing in first place and Maiden Aspen Jore came home with a first p...

Valley track, field athletes place at Top 10 Valley track, field athletes place at Top 10

  MISSOULA – The Missoula County Stadium was abuzz on Tuesday with athletes from all around the west side of the state competing at the Russ Pilcher Western Montana Top 10 Meet. In order to compete, athletes had to record top-ten scores in their events throughout the season.  Three boys...

MAC struggles on diamond, but not without heroics MAC struggles on diamond, but not without heroics

  ST. IGNATIUS – The Lady Bulldogs had a trying week on the field, dropping four of their five games scheduled. On Thursday MAC hosted Plains, taking a loss both games against the Trotters. In game one the Lady Bulldogs fell early and were not able to gain enough momentum to catch up to Plains,...

Shoemaker reinstated as deputy

  News from the Lake County Sheriff's Office LAKE COUNTY — Clay Shoemaker resumed duties as a deputy sheriff and school resource officer for Arlee, St. Ignatius and Charlo schools after he was cleared of all wrongdoing. Sheriff Jay Doyle reinstated Shoemaker’s position last week. Sh...


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