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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

South Valley Creek Bridge gets upgrade South Valley Creek Bridge gets upgrade

ARLEE — Located 4 miles northwest of Arlee, the South Valley Creek Bridge was believed to be more than 100 years old. After a century of carrying school busses, logging trucks, emergency vehicles and farm equipment, the steel structure was beginning to show its age. “It was a really old, worn-...

Let 'er Buck Let 'er Buck

ARLEE- Arlee’s 30th annual Fourth of July Rodeo saw several standout performances last week.  The nonprofit rodeo took nearly six months to plan and saw one of the better turnouts in recent memory. Organizer Stephanie Hendrickson received a bouquet of flowers and resounding applause midway thro...

Pancakes, parade, flyover highlight Arlee’s Fourth Pancakes, parade, flyover highlight Arlee’s Fourth

ARLEE- The Arlee community celebrated the Fourth of July with a pancake breakfast benefit for the volunteer fire department, an F-15 flyover, and a parade that closed northbound traffic on Highway 93 for more than an hour. Hundreds of Mission Valley residents piled into Arlee’s old fire hall in the ...

Hatchery spawns unusual albino trout

ARLEE — In spring 2009, the Jocko River Trout Hatchery got a colorful surprise after spawning roughly 250 albino trout. The last time this happened was in 1992. “It’s an indication that the stock is still good and variability is still strong,” said 25-year employee Ron Snyder. &ldq...

Arlee sends off 34 grads

ARLEE — Arlee High School’s 2012 graduating class proved to be an outstanding group of young people long before the 34 students crossed the stage to receive their diplomas. According to guidance counselor Misty Brien, 28 seniors were awarded scholarships totaling $284,590, and that’s not ev...


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