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Articles with the Tag: Mission Valley

Award winning horsehair artist featured

News from Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana CHARLO – The award winning horsehair hitching team of Ron and Shoni Maulding are the featured artists at the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana’s “First Saturday” event from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5. During the day, the couple ...

GPCF awards $26,100 to local non-profits GPCF awards $26,100 to local non-profits

News from the Greater Polson Community Foundation POLSON —   Thanks to the generosity of Greater Polson Community Foundation (GPCF) donors, a total of $468,600 has been awarded to worthy needs and projects in our community from 2009 through mid 2017.  The Greater Polson Community Foun...

Local YWAM has cross-cultural, international focus Local YWAM has cross-cultural, international focus

By Caleb M. Soptelean Valley Journal PABLO – In 2005, Sika Ulutoa came to visit northwest Montana with plans to move to Japan. He never made it.  Sika, a Samoan who moved to the Mission Valley with his wife, Rita, from her native Ohio, planned to go to Japan for missionary work.  ...

5.8 earthquake shakes Montana

Montana has thousands of earthquakes each year, and people never feel most of them. That wasn’t the case with the July 6 quake, which measured 5.8 on the Richter Scale. It was the state’s largest since 1964, which was another 5.8 quake whose epicenter was located south of Ennis in the Madison ...

Briefs for July 5, 2017

Get muddy with the B&GC Polson Mud Run fundraiser News from the Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation POLSON – The Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation and Lake County presents the 4th annual Polson Mud Run. Circle your calendar for Saturday, July 15, and show up at t...

Locals to compete at National Finals Locals to compete at National Finals

BAKER – From team roping to pole bending, cowboys and cowgirls from across the Mission Valley left it all in the arena for one more chance to show off their skills at the Montana High School Finals Rodeo in Baker June 8-10. Third generation cowboy and Ronan senior, Tyler Houle brought home a fourth ...

Mission Valley hosts Montana Senior Olympic Games Mission Valley hosts Montana Senior Olympic Games

MISSION VALLEY – Some of Montana’s best athletes over the age of 50 made their way to the Mission Valley this past weekend to compete in the 32nd Montana Senior Olympic Games. The senior games brought more than 250 athletes along with another estimated 500 family members and spectators to the ...

Harden off tomatoes before transplanting outdoors

Here in western Montana we usually transplant our started tomatoes about May 10-21 as weather permits. Direct seeding may be done with the earliest varieties, but there is no guarantee of a crop. This year has been cool, with frosts still threatening in mid-May, so tender plants like tomatoes are going into ...

Briefs for My 10, 2017

Montana Senior Olympics comes to Mission Valley The 32nd annual Montana Senior Olympics will be held June 15-17 in the Mission Valley and now is the time for all athletes age 50 and older to sign up for their favorite individual and team sports. The Montana Senior Olympics features 14 different sportin...

Special Olympians celebrate, compete Special Olympians celebrate, compete

FRENCHTOWN - Special Olympians from all over the Mission Valley joined more than 300 athletes from 26 Montana teams in celebration and competition during the 40th Annual Five Valleys Area Spring Games. Valley Olympians participated in the three-day event which started at the Frenchtown High School with th...

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