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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Arlee teenager charged in triple stabbing

ARLEE — According to Lake County Undersheriff Dan Yonkin, the Lake County dispatch center received a 911 call reporting a stabbing in Arlee Nov. 12 at 5:38 a.m. Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies, Flathead Police officers and members of the Arlee ambulance crew arrived on scene shortly after and f...

New South Valley Creek bridge open for crossing New South Valley Creek bridge open for crossing

ARLEE — Located four miles northwest of Arlee, the old South Valley Creek Bridge allowed residents, emergency vehicles, school busses, logging trucks and farm equipment to cross the Jocko River for more than 100 years.  The bridge, owned and maintained by Lake County, was a metal truss design w...

Donations for silent auction welcome

ARLEE — Activities are picking up for the fall and winter at the Arlee Senior Citizens Center. A silent auction is scheduled to begin Nov. 24, during the Saturday evening meal. Members are asked to bring to the center over the next week, new or lightly used items for auction labeling and set-up. New it...

Mission Valley youth sprint toward history Mission Valley youth sprint toward history

MISSION VALLEY — Track and field has roots dating back to Ancient Greece, the birthplace of the Olympics. From discus throwers to sprinters, the first organized sports competitions in human history carry through to today’s competitive arena in the form of modern Olympic games.  An importa...

Public meetings on water compact scheduled

The negotiating teams for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the State of Montana and the United States have completed a proposed water rights compact and released it for public review and comment.  The three parties have been working for several years to develop a water rights settlement t...

Acclaimed Native playwright to visit Arlee Acclaimed Native playwright to visit Arlee

ARLEE — On Friday evening, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m., nationally acclaimed Assiniboine playwright William S. Yellow Robe Jr. will return to the stage at the Hangin’ Art Gallery in downtown Arlee to read new and old works and spend some time interacting with the audience.  “It is great to be...

Arlee Warrior runners 4th at state Arlee Warrior runners 4th at state

HELENA — The Arlee Warriors cross-country team ran to fourth place at the Montana Class C championships held Oct. 20 in Helena.  The Arlee boys’ team was fourth behind Culbertson, the new state champs with 18 points, second-place Twin Bridges with 33 points, and Darby with 60. The Arlee boys...

Community support appreciated

ARLEE — The Arlee Senior Center appreciates the support received from Arlee and surrounding communities for the annual rummage sale held Oct. 20 at the center. Many treasures changed hands; many cups of coffee and several dozens of cookies were enjoyed. The Arlee Senior Center cooks, Pamela Gillette...

Arlee spikers form close ties Arlee spikers form close ties

ARLEE — According to Arlee volleyball coach Brian BigSam, there is “no comparison” between the team he took over four years ago and Arlee’s current volleyball program.  “My first year, I actually had to recruit girls so we could make a JV team,” BigSam said. &ldquo...

Scarlets wind up regular season

ARLEE — The Arlee Scarlets split their home games last week, falling to Noxon Oct. 18 before beating Hot Springs on Saturday. Against the Lady Red Devils, Arlee lost 13-25, 14-25, 20-25.  “We were just not in the groove that night,” head coach Brian BigSam said.  Morgan M...


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