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Mariners to hold dinner, thank Hansons

POLSON — The 2017 Mission Valley Mariners baseball team will hold a Black Tie Dinner from 6-9 p.m. Friday, March 17 at the KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino. The dinner is $40 per plate. Each year about 35 area youth from Plains, Hot Springs, Arlee, St. Ignatius, Ronan and Polson play Legion baseball. ...

Warriors, Scarlets win district championship Warriors, Scarlets win district championship

PABLO – Cross one more to-do item off the list for the Warriors and Scarlets basketball teams. On Saturday, at the Joe Mc- Donald Gym on the Salish Kootenai College campus, the top-ranked Warriors nabbed a 66-45 victory over the Plains Horsemen for the District 14-C championship. The Warriors too...

Boys Basketball Boys Basketball

Ronan RONAN – The Chiefs used a 21-12 run in the second quarter to help snap a two-game skid with a 64-54 win over visiting Mission Bulldogs on Thursday. Kobe Morigeau scored a team-high 17 points and lead a 3-point barrage attack with five. Perry Panzetanga added three more 3-pointers for the ...

Camas Organic Market now offers indoor dining Camas Organic Market now offers indoor dining

HOT SPRINGS — Educating others about good nutrition is part of the driving force behind Camas Organic Market. David Ronniger, 72, moved to Hot Springs five years ago from Moyie Springs, Idaho, which is just across the state line west of Troy. He helped start the first natural foods store in Salt Lak...

Jazz trio heats up Hot Springs Jazz trio heats up Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS — Montanans may not know it, but jazz does emanate from North Dakota. Grant Sorlie, 58, brought his Good Vibes band to the Symes Hotel on Friday. Sorlie and bass guitarist Jim Luikens met while attending the University of North Dakota in 1977 where they played in a jazz ensemble. T...

Lester Merle Paro Jr. Lester Merle Paro Jr.

RONAN — Lester Merle Paro Jr. was born in Missoula on Aug. 3, 1931, and passed away peacefully Nov. 19, 2016, in Ronan. He had a large family of four sisters, Glenna, Karen, Toni and Penny; and two brothers, Jim and Tom. Lester grew up in Hot Springs. He was active in academics and was Valedictor...

Undefeated Hot Springs State Champs in 6-man football Undefeated Hot Springs State Champs in 6-man football

PLENTYWOOD — The Hot Springs Savage Heat steered 615 miles to the northeast edge of Montana Saturday and scorched their competition, 54-20, to earn the title of State Champs in 6-man, Class C football. Hot Springs running back Trevor Paro struck first on a long touchdown run on the team’s firs...

Volleyball Volleyball

ST. IGNATIUS – Fifteen outstanding volleyball players from across the Mission Valley Monday night were given a last chance to wear their uniforms and showcase their talents. Arlee Scarlets’ senior Bryndle Goyins said getting to play one last high school volleyball game and “being able to...

Learn about Tribal Health, enter to win $1,000 gift card

News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS — During the month of November, Tribal Health of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes will be hosting a series of community events geared towards providing information about the current issues, increased services, hours and locations of the comprehe...

Scarlet Fever Scarlet Fever

ARLEE — Cross-county rivals battled it out for first place in District 14 throughout Friday and Saturday’s tournament. With schools only 30 miles apart, the Arlee Scarlets and the Charlo Lady Vikings couldn’t have been closer on the court as they fought through six matches. The Scarlets too...

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