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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Vikings down Arlee Vikings down Arlee

ARLEE — The Charlo Viking football squad made a quick trip to Arlee Friday night for a District 14-C matchup with the neighboring Warriors. The drive was well worth it for the Vikings, who racked up 49 points to Arlee’s six. Senior quarterback Tra Ludeman led the Viking charge, completing nine...

Arlee beats Red Devils

In a District 14-C matchup with the Noxon Red Devils on Saturday, the Arlee Scarlets won convincingly, 25-15, 25-22, 25-19. Mahalia Hendren and Whitney Malatare led the team in aces with five each. Skyla Perry had 13 digs, closely followed by Bailey Rice and Malatare with 12 apiece. Hendren also led in ki...

Garden of 1,000 Buddhas celebrates 8th annual peace festival Garden of 1,000 Buddhas celebrates 8th annual peace festival

JOCKO VALLEY — Eleven years ago, Tibetan Buddhist Lama Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche had a vision of creating an international place of peace. A place accepting of every political, religious, economic and cultural ideal where every sentient being is welcome; a place of harmony and acceptance. In J...

Money-making projects top meeting agenda

ARLEE — Our September monthly meeting will be Monday, Sept. 10. We will discuss fall money making projects, so come on down and enjoy lunch. I hope everyone had a safe summer.  Menu for September:  Wednesday, Sept. 5: chef salad Friday, Sept. 7: fish fater tots Saturday, Sept. 8: ...

Charlo beats Arlee Charlo beats Arlee

CHARLO — The Arlee Scarlets couldn’t quite hang with the Charlo Lady Vikings in a volleyball rivalry matchup last Thursday in Charlo. Even so, Arlee head coach Brian BigSam credited players Mahalia Hendren and Morgan Malatare with several shining moments during the game.  “(Malat...

Warriors chalk up season’s first win

ARLEE — The Arlee Warriors kicked off football season with a convincing win at home Friday night, defeating the Seeley-Swan Blackhawks 54-36 in a Western C matchup. Arlee’s Christian Haynes rushed 17 times for 130 yards and returned the opening kickoff for a 70-yard touchdown. He totaled four ...

Arlee seniors wish all a safe Labor Day

ARLEE — Thank you so much for supporting us at the Arlee Farmers' Market. Now we just need to worry about the last two weeks of August. Labor Day is just around the corner and we hope everyone gets through safely. Menu for August: • Friday, Aug. 24: chili burgers • Saturday, Aug. ...

More fires start across Valley

Two new fires are burning in the Mission Valley, according to Curtiss Matt, information officer for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Division of Fire. Both were reported on Aug. 20, and the causes are still under investigation. The Valley Creek Fire is located 20 miles southwest of Arlee, has b...

Weeklong festival celebrates native theater Weeklong festival celebrates native theater

ARLEE - Jennifer Greene, a Salish playwright, sits onstage at the Hangin’ Art Gallery in downtown Arlee late Friday night. Her play, “The Hellgate Treaty,” has just been read aloud by several performers to a chorus of applause and cheers.  “I’m not good with names and fa...

Arlee school district faces budget cuts

ARLEE - While nothing is set in stone, the Arlee School Board is planning to cut around 20 percent of its annual budget.  Superintendent George Linthicum says the preemptive cuts stem from the potential loss of Impact Aid at the federal level.  He explained that Impact Aid is received from th...


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