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Articles with the Tag: Mission Valley

Ten Sticks lacrosse takes third place at state Ten Sticks lacrosse takes third place at state

BOZEMAN — Earning a third-place finish at state was sweet for Mission Valley’s Ten Sticks lacrosse team, but the icing on the cake was being awarded Best Sportsmanship — and being nominated by the referees. That’s a huge accomplishment for a team that values respect and honor over ...

All-star game brings local hoopsters together

PABLO — Fans of Mission Valley basketball will get a treat March 22 when the area’s best high school hoopsters show off their skills one last time. The 18th annual Mission Valley all-star games will be held Friday, March 22, at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center at Salish Kootenai College...

Reservation sees series of thefts

LAKE COUNTY - According to Lake County Undersheriff Dan Yonkin, Lake County has seen more than three thefts in the past two months in which firearms were taken, and several more dating back to November 2012. He has reason to believe the thefts are related and said, “It is likely that there is a connect...

Tribes plan for potential impact of climate change Tribes plan for potential impact of climate change

MISSION VALLEY — The secret is out: climate change is real, and it’s coming to the Flathead Indian Reservation. And the tribes are taking action.  According to a press release, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have begun the process of hiring an individual or organization taske...

Water rights compact forwarded to legislature

HELENA — Whether or not a proposed water compact for the Flathead Reservation will be finalized is now up to the state legislature following a Tuesday night meeting of the Montana Reserved Water Rights Compact Commission at the state capitol. The nine-member water commission approved the compact,...

Valley a hotbed of interest in water compact Valley a hotbed of interest in water compact

The water rights compact proposed and negotiated by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the United States and the State of Montana affects every person in Lake County, as well as those in several surrounding counties.  Since the compact is such a once-in-a-lifetime event, everyone has an opi...

Wildlife student seeks barn owl sightings

Kari Eneas, tribal wildlife biologist trainee and student at the University of Montana, is planning a research project and field study of barn owls in the Mission Valley. Eneas is a senior in the wildlife management program and will conduct a survey of barn owls as an independent study project. This project ...

Police seek help from public to locate offenders

MISSION VALLEY- The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public assistance to locate seven violent and or sexual offenders, according to a press release.  Lake County Undersheriff Daniel Yonkin said it is the responsibility of the sheriff’s office to make sure violent or sexual offende...

High water leads to little flooding, so far

A rainy spring and early summer had many creeks, rivers and wetlands full, but so far the Mission Valley hasn’t seen much flooding, according to Steve Stanley, Lake County Office of Emergency Management. Part of Delaney Way, “our usual problem child,” washed out when Post Creek overflowe...

Polson man comes home - at 350 miles per hour

MISSION VALLEY- Air Force Captain and fighter jet pilot Clay Bird will be one of two pilots participating in a Mission Valley fly-over this Fourth of July. Bird joined the Air Force in December of 1995 and is currently stationed in Great Falls with Montana’s Air National Guard. He has attempted two ...


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