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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

MAC softball on winning streak

The Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball players are on a roll, beating neighboring Ronan 6-3 April 9 before stomping Corvallis 18-0 on Friday and Thompson Falls 8-0 on Saturday. Against Ronan, Sara Nerby, Emyli Gillingham and Alyssa Doty all went 3-4, with Doty and Gillingham turning in two RBIs apiece. Doty al...

MAC softball on winning streak

The Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball players are on a roll, beating neighboring Ronan 6-3 April 9 before stomping Corvallis 18-0 on Friday and Thompson Falls 8-0 on Saturday. Against Ronan, Sara Nerby, Emyli Gillingham and Alyssa Doty all went 3-4, with Doty and Gillingham turning in two RBIs apiece. Doty al...

Charlo’s last play brings the house down Charlo’s last play brings the house down

CHARLO — What do you get when you mix Shakespeare, “Gangnam Style” and Darth Vader?  You get what could be Charlo High School’s last play for the foreseeable future, and as organizer and English teacher Keith Grebetz promised, “We’re going out with a bang.” ...

MAC stops Wardens 15-8

DEER LODGE — The girls of the Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball team started their season with a bang, shutting down Deer Lodge on the road March 28. Pitcher Loren Erickson led her team to a 15-8 win over the Lady Wardens, throwing four strikeouts and no walks in seven innings, while batting 3-for-4 wit...

Charlo boys 2nd, girls 3rd in Missoula

MISSOULA — The Charlo track and field team had a strong showing at the Jim Johnson invitation at the University of Montana last weekend, with the Vikings placing second as a team and the Lady Vikings taking third. Both the boys and girls 400-meter relay teams won their races, and Charlo athletes turned...

Local quilters stitch blankets, mend hearts Local quilters stitch blankets, mend hearts

CHARLO — When life gets you down — whether the reason is illness, natural disaster or just hard times — Charlo’s Sassy Scrappy Stitchers might be just the thing you need to get your spirits up.  The group began in 2000 as a way for friends to get together and make quilts and b...

Charlo man still sorting spuds after 50 years Charlo man still sorting spuds after 50 years

PABLO — Harold Kent stands on one side of the conveyor belt loading Fleming Farms potatoes onto a semi-truck, and his nephew, Sam Kent, stands on the other. When Harold guides the conveyor belt out over the waiting truck and pulls the lever, the russet potatoes start rolling. “They (the cre...

Charlo School District fires 5 teachers Charlo School District fires 5 teachers

CHARLO — Two weeks ago, Charlo School District 7J Superintendent Thom Peck received preliminary budget reports from Montana's Office of Public Instruction forecasting nearly $200,000 in budget cuts to the district.  Peck said the cuts came about as a result of declining enrollment, a phenomenon...

Grass fire destroys trailer house Grass fire destroys trailer house

CHARLO — Lake County Dispatch called the Charlo Moiese Volunteer Fire Department at about 4:06 p.m. on March 20 to send them to a grass fire threatening a building. By the time firefighters were about halfway to the incident on Ninepipes Lane, dispatch called again to inform them that the building was ...

BPA students plan for national competition BPA students plan for national competition

On March 10-12, 14 Charlo High School students (Haley Berkram, Trinceton Brown, Alyssa Doty, Shirley Firestone, Tonya Hertz, Abby Knight, Michaela Krahn, Jordan Ludeman, Timber Munson, Shayna Nagy, Chance Robles, McKalistar Rosenbaum, Aspen Runkel, and Mackenzie Savage) competed at the Business Professionals...


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