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Articles with the Tag: Arlee schools

Shopping online? Send money to local schools

LAKE COUNTY – Online retail is often seen as an arch nemesis of mom and pop stores, but if entering cyberspace for deals is a necessary evil this holiday season there is a way to make sure at least some of the dollars sent zooming across the globe make their way back to Mission Valley. It’s as...

Tribute to fall sports seniors

The last of the autumn leaves falling to the ground not only signifies the coming of winter but also the end of a chapter for the valley’s high school seniors who dedicated themselves to various fall sports. These young athletes not only went above and beyond for their teams but also represented their ...

Children’s Theatre in Arlee for 35th year Children’s Theatre in Arlee for 35th year

ARLEE – The Missoula Children’s Theatre has shown-up to help Arlee students present a play in one week every year for the past 35 years. “We keep doing this because it lets the kids gain confidence, it lets them make a commitment and stick to it and it’s fun,” teacher Carrie ...

Arlee students learn about sacrfice behind symbolic flags Arlee students learn about sacrfice behind symbolic flags

  ARLEE – Flags are more than bits of colorful cloth sewn together. They represent the rights associated with the country that flies them and a price paid by servicemen and women for those rights, Arlee students learned at a Nov. 20 presentation. Diane Aguilar, food services director for the...

Musical Magic Musical Magic

RONAN — Conductor Dusty Molyneaux spread his arms as wide and high as humanly possible, signaling to the 145 musicians in front of him to get louder and smoother in their playing. Molyneaux then curtly drew his hands together, shook his head, and signaled for the band to stop, as the motions didn&rsquo...

State student advisor presents to Arlee school board

ARLEE — Arlee High School junior Zack Felsman stood in front of the school board and administrators during the Nov. 12 meeting to report his observations as a member in the fall summit for the Graduation Matters Montana Student Advisory Board. The program was developed by Superintendent of Schools Deni...

Arlee students to perform ‘Blackbeard the Pirate’

ARLEE — What starts as a lazy day at the beach, quickly turns into mystery and adventure when the search for Blackbeard’s treasure begins. Tales both past and present lead us on a search of untold riches. Just where has Blackbeard and his crew hidden their legendary treasure? The local cast fe...

Scarlets volleyball wraps it up

  HOT SPRINGS – Arlee’s Scarlets finished up their season on Friday dropping both games at the 10-C District Tournament.  In game one the Scarlets were overtaken by Superior 1-3.  Morgan Malatare led the Scarlets with six kills and six digs and Becca Whitesell lent a hand ...

Grant renewed for student Camobodia trip

If you are a Montana high school teacher or student with interests in environmental issues or international affairs, you could be among 20 students and two teachers supported by the U.S. Department of State for an all-expenses-paid trip to Cambodia. The State Department has renewed a $190,000 grant to the...

Arlee Scarlets split games at home

  ARLEE – The Scarlets toppled Noxon Thursday 3-2, taking it to all five sets. Morgan Malatare and Violet Pablo each came away with six aces with Pablo adding 12 kills to her card. Alexis Shick had seven digs and nine kills. On Saturday the Scarlets fell to Hot Springs 0-3.  Morga...

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