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Articles with the Tag: Arlee

Polson for June 6, 2018

POLSON — The real art of conversation is to not only say the right thing at the right time but to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment. My exercise program suggests wearing loose, comfortable clothing. If I had any, I wouldn’t be doing this stupid exercise program. Maybe I shoul...

Arlee June 6, 2018

ARLEE — The June meeting of the Arlee Senior Center board of directors will be held June 11, at 10:30 a.m. at the center. On July 1 we will begin the new fiscal year 2018-2019 with a new contract with Area VI Agency on Aging, a new budget and new funding for the nutrition program. Anyone interested ...

Tree damaged in lightning storm Tree damaged in lightning storm

ARLEE – The Arlee Volunteer Fire Department responded to a tree fire Friday night after a lightning storm. The tree was located east of Arlee on McClure Road. Flames spewed out from a crack in the tree and burned the core of the old pine. Firefighters worried the tree could split and cause damage to po...

Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018 Arlee graduates celebrate milestone - Class of 2018

ARLEE – Thirty-three Arlee High School graduates listened as teacher Ryan Landolfi gave them a bit of advice during his commencement address on Sunday, May 27. He encouraged them to value relationships and call their old friends once in a while to touch base. He said if something goes wrong as they ...

Students make UM spring semester Dean’s List

News from the University of Montana  MISSOULA – At the University of Montana, 2,638 students made the spring semester 2018 Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List. To qualify, students must be undergraduates, earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher and receive grades of A or B in at leas...

Car show brings in funds for youth program Car show brings in funds for youth program

ARLEE – The first Junkin’ the Jocko was held on Saturday in an effort to raise money for kids and get more people to stop and shop in Arlee, and organizers are hoping to hold a similar event on the Fourth of July. During the event, the Jocko Valley Show and Shine featured about two-dozen class...

Mission Valley Museum Consortium shares news

ARLEE  Arlee/Jocko Valley Museum — Celebrate Memorial Day and see our beautiful outdoor Veteran’s Memorial and memorabilia from area veterans, Pioneer Day photographs and more.   ST. IGNATIUS  St. Ignatius Mission Church — New summer hours for St. Igna...

Horse rescue becomes one woman’s mission Horse rescue becomes one woman’s mission

Danyea Logan-Young doesn’t sleep very well at night with images of starving horses floating in her mind. She thinks about how their bones distend under their skin until they are like walking rib cages and about the pain they must be in. She started Hooves of Promise about two years ago to help save ...

School support School support

About 300 runners gathered under cloudy skies on Saturday morning to stretch their legs and kick off the spring season in Arlee during the Buttercup run. The popular event is held each year to benefit the Friends of Arlee School, a non-profit group that provides mini-grants to teachers and awards scholars...

Seeds of change begin with fresh food Seeds of change begin with fresh food

ARLEE – Finding the time to prepare a healthy meal can be difficult after a long day of work, taking care of kids, or other responsibilities, so a group in Arlee got together to learn a few skills to make the process easier. “We’ve learned some things to help us think ahead, tools to hel...


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