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Mission election ballot issues Mission election ballot issues

ST. IGNATIUS – Three candidates are running in the Mission School District election for one trustee position with a term of three years, along with a school bond. Ballots were sent out by mail beginning on April 14 and need to be returned to the Lake County Election office by mail or in person befor...

A win-win situation A win-win situation

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit #106 held their first ever cribbage tournament on April 9 to help raise money for the St. Ignatius eighth-grade class tour of Montana, and would like to thank Missoula Radio Stations The Blaze 96.3, Zoo Town 107.5, KYSS 93.3, and FM 94.9, Ninepipes/Stuarts and Valley Bank. ...

St. Ignatius High School third quarter honor roll

Ninth grade 4.0: Yvonne Baty, Kylee Wells 3.5-3.99: Tristen Adams, Cole Gilleard, Jacob Hugs, Alyssa Rith 3.0-3.49: Afton Brander, Megan Dillard, Kassidy Dougherty, Izyk Gillingham, Precious Girsch, Mollie Haven, Wacey McClure, Flint McPherson, Kayden Robison, Caitlyn Sorrell, Kimberlee Tackitt&nb...

Students chosen for wildlife research program Students chosen for wildlife research program

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes   FLATHEAD RESERVATION — The Native American Research Assistantship Program, a partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and The Wildlife Society, allows students to learn and gain beneficial hands-on experience while working with wildl...

Students celebrate culture Students celebrate culture

ST. IGNATIUS – Young visitors watched the jingle dresses in fascination during the Mission School Powwow on Friday. “It’s really cool,” said Frenchtown Elementary School student Lakin Alaniz, 8. “I’ve never seen this before.” Tyler Stenerson, 7, also of Frencht...

Proposed tax increase concerns public at Mission school board meeting Proposed tax increase concerns public at Mission school board meeting

ST. IGNATIUS – During the Mission School Board meeting on March 15, Superintendent Jason Sargent faced tough questions concerning the proposed school improvement bond. Mail in bond election ballots will be sent out beginning Wednesday, April 6, to residents within the Mission School District. The ba...

Mission All-Stars to attend field trip

 Several Mission High School basketball players were nominated to play in the Mission Valley All-Star game but were unable to attend due to an Advanced Biology class field trip to Utah. Jordyn Eichert and Sydney Castor were both selected on the girls’ side and Billy von Holtum, Nick Durglo, and Ta...

Briefs for Feb. 9, 2016

Sign up for baseball tonigh t ST. IGNATIUS — Mission Summer Recreational Youth Baseball registration will take place from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 9 at the Mission High School commons. This includes signups for T-Ball, Rookie/Coach Pitch, Minors, Majors, and Babe Ruth. For more information, contac...

School board passes bond, sends to voters in May election School board passes bond, sends to voters in May election

ST. IGNATIUS – Before a school improvement bond can be presented to voters in May, it needed to be approved by the Mission School Board. Board members voted unanimously to approve the bond issue during the regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The bond at $5.2 million would be spread out over 20 y...

Ronan’s Neiss state champion, Pirate grapplers earn team silver Ronan’s Neiss state champion, Pirate grapplers earn team silver

BILLINGS — Local wrestlers topped off their season at the state tournament at Billings’ Metra Park over the weekend, where Ronan’s Jared Neiss earned the sole individual championship title in his weight class and the Pirates clinched a second-place team finish.   Polson Eigh...

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