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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

Locals win barrels, saddle bronc events at Mission Mountain Rodeo Locals win barrels, saddle bronc events at Mission Mountain Rodeo

POLSON – This weekend, rodeo fans put on their boots and hats and made their way to the 78th annual Mission Mountain NRA Rodeo at the Polson Fairgrounds’ Less Baldwin Arena. Although attendance wasn’t quite a capacity crowd, fans who attended the two-day family-friendly event were treate...

Veteran Spotlight Veteran Spotlight

Chuck Larum was farming with his family in Charlo when he got a surprise – his draft notice. Some guys got deferments for being an only son or were 4F with physical problems, but Chuck was unlucky enough to be 1A.  February 16, 1967, found him on his way by bus to Butte, Montana, for induction int...

Toussaint graduates with medical degree, thanks Charlo

News from Jean Paul Toussaint SEATTLE — Jean Paul Toussaint graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine on Friday, May 25, in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Toussaint will be a resident internal medicine physician for the next three years in Seattle at the University of Washington ...

Honor roll for fourth-quarter 2017-18

Charlo Middle School Karly Alder, Hayden Hollow , Aida Cote, August Hertz, Hayden Smith, Tayre Brown,  Darcy Coleman, Shanel Manuel, Connor Nittinger, Mason Elverud, Declan Avison, Jacob Tomlin, Aubrey Sharbono, Brookelyn Rosenbaum,  Bennan Andersen,  Sidney Bauer, Dawson DuMont, Tucker L...

Charlo grads make plans for future, scholarships

Shad Andersen plans on working to get his pilot’s license and eventually hopes to fly helicopters.  Paije Bauer plans on working to get her tattoo license and travel the country seeing where life takes her.  Tyla Castor plans to attend Brigham Young University-Idaho to pursue a ca...

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...

Charlo Schools celebrate commencement, remember classmate Charlo Schools celebrate commencement, remember classmate

CHARLO – Inside the gymnasium at the Charlo High School, a crowd of more than 400 gathered to cheer and support their graduating seniors on Sunday afternoon. Graduates and their loved ones listened to comments from valedictorian Brooklyn Foust, salutatorian Aislynn Love and special guest Mrs. Rehean...

Briefs for May 23, 2018

FWP to meet in Polson News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks POLSON — The Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board will meet Wednesday, May 23, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Polson City Library. Board Chair, Pelah Hoyt, invites all interested persons to attend.  The board is co...

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...

Historic rodeo champion once lived on reservation Historic rodeo champion once lived on reservation

CHARLO – The name of local legend Jackson Sundown was beginning to fade as his story moved into the distant past, but writer Rick Steber of Oregon came to town late last month to revive it. “It’s an honor to tell the story of one of this area’s greatest horsemen of all time,”...


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