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Charlo stays fierce

CHARLO — The Lady Vikings varsity volleyball squad hosted neighboring Lady Bulldogs Sept. 20, beating Mission in four sets. Kaitlin Cox tallied eight kills, 19 digs, four blocks and 11 aces. Cheyenne Nagy lead in digs with 24 and blocks with nine. The Lady Vikes competed Saturday in the Mineral C...

Bulldogs focus on homecoming after loss Bulldogs focus on homecoming after loss

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission High School Junior Michael Durglo sat down to check his gear for a few minutes during Friday’s football game against Bigfork. He is usually found on the field as either a defensive or offensive lineman, and at 6 feet 4 inches tall, he is easy to spot. Durglo said the tea...

Football Football

Pirates clobber Corvallis POLSON — The Pirates continued to dominate at home with a decisive 47-14 victory over the Corvallis Blue Devils Friday night, mixing on-target passing with a solid ground game. The team totaled 368 yards rushing on 46 carries. Nearly one-third of those yards were gain...

New principal joins team at Mission Elementary School New principal joins team at Mission Elementary School

ST. IGNATIUS – Tyler Arlint is quacking happy as a duck with the kids as the new principal of Mission Elementary School. “I’m happy to be working here with a competent and caring staff,” he said. Arlint joined the team after former principal Dan Durglo accepted a position as vic...

Briefs for Sept. 7, 2016

Barbecue set ST. IGNATIUS — Superintendent Jason Sargent and new Principal Tyler Arlint invite families of children grades K-8 to a Backto- School Barbecue on Thursday, Sept. 8 from 5-7 p.m. in the Mission Elementary School Cafeteria/ All-Purpose Room. Bring the whole family to “Meet and Gre...


THOMPSON FALLS – Mission Bulldog Benton Adams had 50 yards on 16 carries during their Friday, Sept. 2 away game against Thompson Falls. Adam’s effort was not enough for the win and Mission lost the game 0-40. Mission travels to Florence on Friday, Sept. 9 for a conference opener. Results St...

Rural schools embrace advantages, face challenges

Educating students in rural schools presents a few challenges along with several positive aspects, according to a study by the National Association of State Boards of Education. The NASBE represents state and territorial boards of education in the United States, and they have studied the challenges of edu...

Volleyball teams open season with tip-off tournaments Volleyball teams open season with tip-off tournaments

Charlo Early season injuries didn’t stop the Charlo Lady Vikings from being a force to reckon with in their 2016 tip-off tournament Saturday in Drummond. Junior Sakoya Goustad and sophomore Allie Delaney, both starters for the Lady Vikings, were out with ankle injuries. Without two of their main p...

Eclectic entries make Arlee parade unique Eclectic entries make Arlee parade unique

ARLEE – Jarvis followed the Fourth of July parade route through the back roads in Arlee on Monday. He seemed a bit nervous with the sirens from emergency vehicles, children laughing, and horns honking, but it was to be expected. “The noise scared him but he did well,” Megan Wieder said, ...

Volunteers assemble school playground Volunteers assemble school playground

It was one of the largest volunteer projects the town had ever seen. Within six hours, more than 100 volunteers built a playground for the Mission Elementary School students on Saturday. “This will give us more stuff to play on,” said Madisyn Evelo, 10. The play equipment is similar to what...

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