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Articles with the Tag: Hot Springs

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...

Large fires erupt on west side of reservation, smaller ones on east side Large fires erupt on west side of reservation, smaller ones on east side

  RONAN – Six new fires were sparked by lightning on the Flathead Reservation on Friday, including three large ones near Ferry Basin and two smaller ones in the Mission Mountains. According to Division of Fire Prevention Specialist C.T. Camel, the Melton One Fire, near Melton Ranch in Hot Sp...

Guenzler awarded donor calf, 2015 applications open Guenzler awarded donor calf, 2015 applications open

HOT SPRINGS — Coby Guenzler from Hot Springs was 1 of 25 participants chosen from more than 100 applicants to be awarded a heifer calf through the NILE (Northern International Livestock Exposition) Merit Heifer Program, a live animal scholarship program. Project participants were chosen on the basis of...

College students make honor roll

Students from Lake County and the Flathead Indian Reservation with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester were named to the President’s Honor Roll and have an asterisk by their name. The Dean’s Honor Roll includes students earning grade point averages of 3.5 or above for the semester....

Convicted killer intends to appeal life sentence

HELENA – A Lake County man convicted of killing his cousin at a Hot Springs resort in 2013 intends to appeal his sentence.  Last week the Montana Supreme Court gave attorneys for 30-year-old Melvin Madplume, Jr. an extension of time until Dec. 29 to file an opening brief in the appeal. Attorney...

All-Stars take Mission volleyball court by storm All-Stars take Mission volleyball court by storm

T. IGNATIUS – Spikers, blockers, and diggers came together as Mission hosted the third annual volleyball All-Star match Wednesday to celebrate another great season of net action and to honor All-Star athletes that were chosen by their coaches to play. Two teams consisting of athletes from Bigfork, H...

volleyball

HOT SPRINGS – At Hot Springs on Saturday, the Lady Vikings swept through the Lady Savage Heat with ease, shutting out Hot Springs 3-0. Sienna Brown led her team with 14 kills and 3 aces. Ashley Tryon added four aces and ten kills while Brooke Doty chipped in eight digs and 17 assists. The Lady Vi...


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