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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

Whoooo goes there? Whoooo goes there?

Owl Research Institute seeks observations from public     CHARLO – If you’ve seen a pair of big round eyes, maybe a set of ear tufts, and a head seemingly twist around, owl expert Denver Holt wants to hear about it.  “We really need help from the public including far...

Charlo schools shut down following discovery of bomb threat note

CHARLO – A bomb threat caused the closure of Charlo schools last Wednesday while buses were out collecting students during the early morning hours. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell said nothing was found on the campus after he and three detectives, five deputies, and several tribal officers searched the...

Charlo schools shut down following discovery of bomb threat note Charlo schools shut down following discovery of bomb threat note

CHARLO – A bomb threat caused the closure of Charlo schools last Wednesday while buses were out collecting students during the early morning hours. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell said nothing was found on the campus after he and three detectives, five deputies, and several tribal officers searched the...

Charlo wins back to back academic bowl competitions Charlo wins back to back academic bowl competitions

RONAN – In a show of academic smarts, middle school students participating in the Lake County Academic Bowl last week answered complicated questions within seconds.  Dixon, Polson, Mission, Charlo and Ronan participated in a series of academic challenges throughout the year before the final rou...

CSKT Council approves free-use permit for club

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes PABLO – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have long supported the Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation for its dedication to area families and children. Recently, CSKT’s Council approved a free-use permit that allows ...

Children’s Choir sings for final concert

RONAN — The final concert of the year for the Mission Valley Children’s Choir will be on Sunday, March 18 at 3 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 406 Fifth Ave. SW. The concert is free. The choir is composed of 25 children, grades two to six, from Polson, Ronan, Charlo and Moiese. It is co-directed b...

Bomb threat note shuts down Charlo schools for a day

CHARLO – A bomb threat caused the closure of Charlo schools today while buses were out collecting students during the early morning hours. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell said nothing was found on the campus after he and three detectives, five deputies, and several tribal officers searched the premises...

Local athletes compete in Special Olympics snowshoe event Local athletes compete in Special Olympics snowshoe event

POLSON – Athletes from around Mission Valley came to Polson Monday, Feb. 26, for the first inaugural Special Olympics Winter Invitational. Teams from Polson, Ronan, Charlo and Mission met at the snow-covered Polson High School football field to test their snowshoeing prowess. Athletes competed in 25...

Warriors begin defense of state title Warriors begin defense of state title

PABLO – As the Class C State Champions for last year, the Arlee Warriors officially began to defend their 2017 title by winning their remarkable fourth consecutive District 14C championship trophy Saturday evening at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pa...

Lady Vikings district champs Lady Vikings district champs

PABLO – The Charlo Lady Vikings basketball team earned the program’s first District 14C Championship since 2011 on Saturday evening, winning a decisive 37-17 victory over the St. Regis Lady Tigers at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. &ld...


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