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Articles with the Tag: Hot Springs

Local representatives vying for seats November 8 Local representatives vying for seats November 8

With the primary election less than three weeks away, the presidential race can’t overshadow the contests for state government. The following is a recap of individuals running for seats in Montana government. Senate District 6 Either Rolf Harmsen–D of Polson or Albert Olszewski– R o...

Honor Roll for Lake County

Polson High School honor roll for the third quarter 4.0 Freshmen: Keyan Dalbey, Kaylanna DesJarlais, Beatrix Frissell, Matthew Hobbs, Ashlee Howell, Shea McGuinness, Mack Moderie, Makauly Morrison, Abigail Raymond, Adalei Shoemake, Molly Sitter, Lauren Vergeront, Bridger Wenzel Sophomores: La...

All Star game mixes it up All Star game mixes it up

Area athletes got the opportunity to showcase their talents against, and with, all schools in Lake County plus Bigfork, Hot Springs and Plains March 24 for the 20th annual Mission Mountain All Star basketball games. It wasn’t just any baller, however; it was only those who made a lasting impression....

High school all-stars to play at college

PABLO — The 2016 Mission Mountain All-Star game will be held Tuesday, March 22 at Salish Kootenai College. The girls’ game begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys’ game at approximately 8 p.m. Admission prices at the gate will be $5 for all, students grades one -12 and adults included. ...


  Charlo Vikings CHARLO – Thursday, Jan. 14 the Charlo Vikings put forth their best efforts to beat Arlee. In the first quarter the Vikings were only down by six points, but it was the second quarter that lost them the game. The Vikings scored 21 points in the second quarter compared to th...

Wrestlers mix it up in Mission Wrestlers mix it up in Mission

ST. IGNATIUS — Mission High School hosted a mixer tournament with a round robin format on Saturday, Jan. 2. With a maximum of six wrestlers per pool, with some weights having two pools due to the number of competitors. Results Mission Mountain Classic Wrestling Mixer Tournament  Top four ...

Bigfoot Conference comes to Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS — The first annual Big Sky Bigfoot Conference will be held Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Symes Hotel in Hot Springs, with a meet and greet reception Friday night, Oct. 23, at 5 p.m. This conference brings speakers from Kentucky, Idaho, and Montana to discuss current researc...

Tribal council soon to hold primary elections Tribal council soon to hold primary elections

PABLO –Twenty-six candidates are vying for five of the 10 seats on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council this year during the primary election set for Oct. 17. “The primary election will narrow down the candidates to two in each district unless the votes are really close,” ...

Electricity outage planned to upgrade poles, wires

LAKE COUNTY — Bonneville Power Administration has scheduled an outage that will begin Saturday, Oct. 17 at 11 p.m. and end at or before 7 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 18. BPA has asked Mission Valley Power for the outage so that they can replace their poles and wires that connect the Bonneville Power substatio...

Tribal culture shared with local, Missoula students Tribal culture shared with local, Missoula students

PABLO — A deer hide with grayish white hair was ready to be scraped, and students from the Missoula International School, a Spanish immersion school, were eager to try.  Randy Michel, who teaches hide tanning at the People’s Center, talked about hides and how they go from hairy and wet to...

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