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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

MAC softball 3-4 on week

Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball won three out of four games last week, pounding Thompson Falls 15-0 before beating Plains in the first game of a doubleheader, 12-4, although the tide was reversed in the second game, with the Lady Bulldogs falling 4-14. MAC came back to win over Deer Lodge 6-2 on Saturday. ...

MAC girls win 3

Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball picked up three wins last week, beating Corvallis 14-6 April 23 before whipping Troy in both games of a doubleheader, 10-0 and 12-0, on Saturday. Against Corvallis, pitcher Loren Erickson led her team in RBIs with four, also turning in a triple as she went 3-3. Sahriha Camach...

Hand-carved Hopi dolls visit Ninepipes museum

CHARLO — A colorful, and intricately designed, exhibit of 28 Kachina dolls is available for viewing at the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana. This exhibit was donated to the museum by members who had collected the dolls in the 1990s made by artisans from the Navajo Indian Reservation in northern Arizon...

MAC drops 3

The girls of Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball had a tough week, falling in both games of a doubleheader against Florence April 16 before dropping one game to the Loyola Sacred Heart Breakers Thursday. The Lady Falcons held MAC scoreless in round 1 for a 5-0 win, but the Lady Bulldogs dug in for a fight in th...

Charlo athletes bring heat to Corvallis, Missoula

Charlo track and field had a busy weekend, first competing in the Sapphire Invitational Friday in Corvallis, and then heading to Missoula Saturday for the Seeley Swan Invitational. “We had a really good meet on Friday night in Corvallis and had several athletes that came back and competed really har...

Local WWII vets tour national memorials

RONAN — World War II veterans gleamed their now common nickname “The Greatest Generation” from journalist Tom Brokaw. Brokaw’s reasoning for bestowing such a weighty title upon an entire generation was fairly simple: This was a group of Americans who grew up during the Great Depressio...

Ninepipes Museum celebrates 15 years Ninepipes Museum celebrates 15 years

RONAN — The Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana is a place where history lives. Founded in 1997, the museum has been a cultural staple in the Mission Valley ever since. It represents more than a century of culture, history and tradition while boasting thousands upon thousands of valley-specific pieces...

Everybody 'FUPS' at state’s longest-running hoops tourney Everybody 'FUPS' at state’s longest-running hoops tourney

CHARLO — One of the most popular and oldest basketball tournaments in the state, FUPS, celebrated 44 years of basketball last weekend with competition, reunion, and a good deal of tongue-in-cheek humor.  “This is the longest-running tournament in the state,” said event organizer Cry...

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...


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