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Suspects involved in Missoula theft arrested in Charlo

By Karen Peterson / Valley Journal CHARLO – Lake County Sheriff’s Office deputies helped to locate and arrest a suspect involved in a high-speed chase on March 25. Sheriff Don Bell identified the suspects as Seth Houston Williams of Polson and Sean Patrick Forget of Ronan. “Both males...

Williams calls for mail-in election for June 2 primary

News from Whitney Williams   MISSOULA — As the state monitors the potential spread of COVID-19, candidate for Montana Governor Whitney Williams is calling on the state to hold a mail-in election for the primary in June. In an effort to mitigate the effects of coronavirus on voter turnout...

Graying Pains - Montana Fourth Estate Project - Opportunities and challenges in the West's oldest state Graying Pains - Montana Fourth Estate Project - Opportunities and challenges in the West's oldest state

Editor's Note:    Montana is the oldest state west of the Mississippi, and demographic projections show the state growing collectively older as more Montanans enter their senior years. The economic, cultural, and personal impacts of that trend present the state and its residents with new c...

‘Lamb of God’ performs on three consecutive nights

News from Lamb of God MISSOULA – Lamb of God is a beautiful, sacred, and inspiring oratorio performed by an interfaith, all-volunteer choir, soloists, narrators, and full orchestra. It is the retelling of the New Testament account of the last days of the life of Jesus Christ, His Atonement, and Re...

Scientific curiosity encouraged during family night Scientific curiosity encouraged during family night

RONAN – Ronan students and their families explored the mysteries of the world during Family Science Night at the K. William Harvey Elementary on Thursday evening. “This event gives families an opportunity to come out, be part of the school community and get involved with their students,”...

FJBC employee indicted in federal court

MISSOULA — The Flathead Joint Board of Control’s former executive administrative assistant, Johanna Clark, was indicted on federal charges of wire fraud, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft in United States District Court on Feb. 26 in Missoula. According to court documents, Clark is faci...

‘Lamb of God’ production to benefit sex trafficked children

MISSOULA — “Lamb of God” is a beautiful, sacred, and inspiring oratorio performed by an all-volunteer choir, soloists, narrators, and full orchestra. It is the retelling of the New Testament account of the last days of the life of Jesus Christ, His Atonement, and Resurrection. It is retold ...

Two Eagle students exhibit photographs in Missoula Two Eagle students exhibit photographs in Missoula

MISSOULA – Photos Leanna Powell took over a year ago near her home in St. Ignatius have brought her to a show at the People’s Center in Pablo, to a prestigious show in New York and now to the new Zootown Arts Community Center Gallery in Missoula. “I had no idea it would go this far,&rdqu...

Announcing the 2020 Montana Master Hunter Program

News from Dani Clark, Master Hunter Program manager One Montana’s Master Hunter Program is accepting applications from Nov. 15, 2019-Jan. 10, 2020 for our 2020 classes. The Montana Master Hunter Program is a unique and rigorous program offering advanced education to increase hunter competence, ...

Missoula post office named for Jeannette Rankin

News from U.S. House of Representatives WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed Congressman Greg Gianforte’s bill to name a Missoula post office in honor of Jeannette Rankin. The legislation, H.R. 1972, names the post office at 1100 West Kent Ave. in Missoula aft...


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