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Articles with the Tag: Missoula

Tribal reps withdraw from task force over attorney general's support for Keystone pipeline

MISSOULA  — Two representatives from the Fort Peck and Fort Belknap Indian reservations pulled out of Attorney General Tim Fox’s new Missing Indigenous Persons Task Force on Monday after Fox filed to intervene in a lawsuit against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in support of the Trump adm...

Daniel J. Stromme Daniel J. Stromme

MISSOULA — A familiar voice heard across Montana radio waves has finished his last broadcast; played his last tune and program; entertained with his last unique advertising clip; and displayed his last unique gift of artistic expression enjoyed by many sports enthusiasts. Daniel Stromme, 59, passed ...

Considering the next election

Editor,   The stage was set. The hearings began. Special counsel chairman Robert Mueller had submitted his full report. He believes this report speaks for itself and now it is up to Congress to follow up and say whatever needs to be said and do whatever needs to be done. He firmly believes that the s...

Mission Valley teams see fastpitch state tournament action Mission Valley teams see fastpitch state tournament action

MISSOULA – Eight Mission Valley girls fastpitch teams saw plenty of softball action this past weekend during the three-day Montana USA Junior Olympic State Softball Tournament held in Missoula. In the under-10 bracket on Friday, the Mission Valley All-Stars clobbered Belgrade 16-7 to open the tourna...

Bullock encourages people to clean, drain, dry

News from the Governor's office  MISSOULA — On Wednesday, July 3, Governor Steve Bullock visited the Ravalli watercraft inspection station. He heard updates from the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes and state agencies on Montana’s aquatic invasive monitoring, early detection efforts ...

Local woman honored at UM graduation

MISSOULA – Cammie Lynn Pablo, formerly of Pablo, received her Associate of Arts degree in Communications Studies during the University of Montana spring commencement. Pablo’s degree was awarded Summa Cum Laude. The night before graduation Pablo received the President’s Outstanding Senior...

Law enforcement makes multiple drug busts

LAKE COUNTY – Four unrelated drug busts in a 24-hour period kept the Lake County Sherriff’s Office extra busy last week.     The criminal activity started early on Monday, June 3, at 6:25 a.m. when 28-year-old Seth Williams, of Polson, was arrested in Ronan. Lake County Sheriff Don B...

Woman killed in rollover wreck

Lake County Sheriff Don Bell released the name of the woman killed in a one-vehicle rollover as 30-year-old Tania Oldhorn.  The incident occurred on May 8 east of U.S. Highway 93 between Ronan and St. Ignatius. Oldhorn’s hometown is listed as Missoula, but she has family in Ronan.  The ...

Ronan student wins prestigious title Ronan student wins prestigious title

News from Ronan School District RONAN – Ronan Middle School student Luliana Brown has won the Missoula County Public School’s Native Youth Powwow Princess.  Luliana is excited to carry this title due to her love of helping and encouraging younger generations. She has danced since she...

Charlo boys and girls win team titles at 14C District meet Charlo boys and girls win team titles at 14C District meet

Story and photos by Rob Zolman              Valley Journal  MISSOULA – On a perfect spring weekend for high school track and field, it was the Charlo Vikings and Lady Vikings who came out looking the best by the end of the meet. Charlo won both the boys and...


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