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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

Charlo Vikings keep it hot

  PHILIPSBURG — Vikings took the lead and kept it in Friday’s 68-40 game against Granite, pushing Charlo to a 3-0 record in conference. Charlo senior Jacen Peterson had 13 tackles with a fumble recovery that resulted in a 44-yard touchdown. Peterson saw the end zone three times. Qua...

Charlo’s Lady Vikings continue the fight

HOT SPRINGS – Charlo put up quite a battle on the volleyball court against Hot Springs on Thursday. Though the Lady Vikings came up short they raised fierce competition in the 2-3 game. Each set was close, keeping the Lady Savage Heat on their toes. Lady Viking seniors Connor Smith and Alyssa Doty c...

92-year-old plays last game in Mission Valley finals 92-year-old plays last game in Mission Valley finals

CHARLO — The old wooden backstops at Tiny’s Tavern in Charlo are pockmarked from skidding, flying, and bouncing horseshoes that missed the iron target a few inches in front of them. For thirty years, Neal Coulter has thrown many of pieces of iron while in competition for the Mission Valley Horses...

Vikings topple Red Devils Vikings topple Red Devils

CHARLO – Charlo Vikings shut down the Noxon Red Devils on Friday leaving Noxon scoreless.  Noxon didn’t have a chance against Charlo QB Michael Delaney in the 60-0 game.  Delaney completed 16 of 19 pass attempts for 128 yards and four touchdowns. WR,DB Jesse Long had four tackles and...

Local schools pay $500,000 to bail out teacher’s retirement Local schools pay $500,000 to bail out teacher’s retirement

LAKE COUNTY — A plan to bail out the Montana Teacher’s Retirement System will cost Lake County school districts more than $500,000 this year, resulting in less relief to the taxpayer and the inability to build reserve funds, according to local education officials.   The plan was created i...

Fires burn in Mission Mountains Fires burn in Mission Mountains

LAKE COUNTY — Storms that brought relief for dry Mission Valley over the past few weeks also triggered three lightning fueled fires that were being fought or monitored on Monday.  Helicopters, single engine air-tankers and 28 personnel are fighting the five-acre Eagle Pass Fire, located in the ...

Charlo Elementary welcomes new teacher

Charlo School District has one new teacher. Bonnie Perry will teach kindergarten at Charlo Elementary. She was born and raised in the Mission Valley and recently moved back to the area after two years in Douglas, Wyo. She previously taught in Polson.  Perry is a graduate of Charlo High School and Sal...

Shakespeare comes to play in park Shakespeare comes to play in park

ST. IGNATIUS – Players from Montana Shakespeare in the Parks came to town with a combination of comedy and history as they performed “The Recruiting Officer” written by the lesser-known George Farquhar and first performed in 1706. “He was a few hundred years after Shakespeare but w...

Freedom celebration Freedom celebration

Polson The colorful and patriotic Polson Fourth of July parade drew hundreds of people, some standing, some bringing lawn chairs for more leisurely viewing.  Grand Marshall Bonnie Manicke led the parade, portraying Betsy Ross, complete with a mobcap and period dress and an appliqued flag. Manick...

Students explore 'Art in Motion' at Ninepipes Art Camp Students explore 'Art in Motion' at Ninepipes Art Camp

CHARLO — What good is art? Is it more than just a fun time? Studies reveal that children learn best through play. And art is playful. In every aspect of art, whether visual or performing arts, children learn to think outside the norm, practice creativity that develops important problem-solving skills, ...


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