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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Local wrestlers go big at divisionals Local wrestlers go big at divisionals

The Ronan Chiefs won the Western B-C Divisional wrestling title last weekend in Thompson Falls with a team score of 188, while the Mission-Charlo team came in second with 137. Ronan head coach Cory Johnston said the team had 11 individual qualifiers for state. “It was awesome,” Johnston sai...

Warriors fight hard

After beating the Superior Bobcats 47-43 Jan. 18 and sending the Savage Heat back to Hot Springs Jan. 19 defeated 79-67, the Arlee Warriors kept busy last week, losing a close match with Loyola Friday night, 58-52, and then trouncing St. Regis 69-20 on Saturday.  Against Loyola, point guard Zack Came...

Jocko River Trout Hatchery spawns 2,000 albino trout Jocko River Trout Hatchery spawns 2,000 albino trout

ARLEE — The Jocko River Trout Hatchery in Arlee got a colorful surprise in the spring of 2009 when it spawned roughly 250 albino trout — an interesting and rare occurrence. According to hatchery employee Ron Snyder, the Arlee strain of rainbow trout genetics was created in the 1950s. Since the...

Buddha garden set to ring in Tibetan New Year Buddha garden set to ring in Tibetan New Year

ARLEE — If you couldn’t find your New Year’s Eve kiss this year, have no fear, the Tibetan New Year is almost here. And according to the Tibetan calendar, it’s still 2012. Feb 11 marks the first day of Losar (the Tibetan word for “New Year,”) and the first day of 2013. ...

Arlee’s ‘Friends’ continue to donate

Recently, the Friends of Arlee Schools, Inc. have been able to give money to the Arlee schools in the form of equipment and classroom supplies not covered by the school’s budget. In December, teachers were asked to submit applications detailing what they need in their classrooms. The Friends board dist...

Arlee teacher honored for ‘teaching tolerance’

ARLEE – The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance project will recognize five outstanding educators with the Teaching Tolerance Award for excellence in culturally responsive teaching on Jan. 25 in Washington, D.C. Arlee High School teacher Anna E. Baldwin is among the honorees. The ...

Mighty Warriors eye state tournament Mighty Warriors eye state tournament

In his first year as head coach, JR Camel and his Arlee Warriors are turning heads and generating talk about the possibility of a state championship.  “We’re doing a lot more run-and-gun, a lot more defense and more conditioning,” Camel said. “There’s no comparison with ...

Arlee seniors plan annual meeting

ARLEE — The Arlee Senior Citizens, Inc., located at 34532 Weissinger in Arlee, will be having their annual meeting on Saturday, Jan. 12, following their Saturday supper. Members will review the annual treasurer’s report, the list of 2012 events, thank-you’s to members, and have an election ...

Arlee hosts Broncs, Mission-Charlo

ARLEE — The Arlee Warriors hosted Frenchtown JV and Mission-Charlo wrestlers in a mixer Thursday night. No team scores were kept. Freshman Alex Bertollt, 152 pounds, went 4-0 on the night, pinning all four of his Frenchtown opponents. Seniors Austin Rubel and Al Plant also were undefeated, Rubel 3-0...

Warriors topple Noxon, Mission Warriors topple Noxon, Mission

The Arlee Warriors traveled to Noxon Jan. 3, where they downed the Red Devils 59-57 before shutting down the Mission Bulldogs 81-57 in a home game Saturday. Against Noxon, Christian Haynes led the Warriors in scoring with 12 points, also tallying eight rebounds and two assists. Zack Camel and Rocky Lewis ...


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