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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

School water leaks turn into annual event School water leaks turn into annual event

ST. IGNATIUS – Water droplets sporadically fell from the ceiling in an English classroom at St. Ignatius High School last Thursday while students read their books.  “It’s dripping all around us,” said senior Sierra Esslinger as she picked up her books after the bell rang. ...

Sports Shorts for Jan. 10, 2018

Basketball Arlee Warriors Arlee Warriors 84,  Mission Bulldogs 39 Beneath the freshly hung 2016-17 Class C state championship banner, the Arlee Warriors took care of business on their home court Jan. 2 by defeating Class B Mission Bulldogs 84-39. Greg Whitesell poured in 20 poin...

St. Ignatius school reacts to bomb threat

By Karen Peterson              Valley Journal ST. IGNATIUS – The St. Ignatius school locked down the doors and classrooms to protect students after a bomb threat was made on Wednesday afternoon. Superintendent Jason Sargent said administration and law enforcemen...

S&K Technologies, subsidiary companies worldwide benefit tribal membership S&K Technologies, subsidiary companies worldwide benefit tribal membership

ST. IGNATIUS – Ian Rufe works at a seemingly quiet building on the outskirts of town near the old and new U.S. Highway 93 intersection and where the deer often stop to munch on the lawn around a sign labeled S&K Technologies, Inc.  Rufe is the vice president of S&K Global Solutions, whi...

Students travel ‘to infinity and beyond’ during MCT play Students travel ‘to infinity and beyond’ during MCT play

ST. IGNATIUS – The Missoula Children’s Theatre stopped at the St. Ignatius School District last week to help 55 students put on a play titled Gulliver’s Travels after only five days of rehearsal.  “It’s amazing how fast everyone is able to memorize their lines for an hou...

Adler, Bosley earn individual titles at Owen Invitational Adler, Bosley earn individual titles at Owen Invitational

POLSON – More than 400 athletes, coaches and spectators filled the Linderman gymnasium on Friday and Saturday for the 42nd edition of the Owen Invitational. This year’s field was one of the strongest, with 18 teams representing schools from around the state of Montana and Idaho. “Actu...

All-state, conference football players announced All-state, conference football players announced

POLSON - The votes for all-state and all-conference honors are in and six Mission Valley high school football players received all-state and twelve gridironers received all-conference recognition in their respective classifications. Charlo Viking junior Landers Smith also earned himself Western C - North Off...

Students ask for community support for Christmas project Students ask for community support for Christmas project

ST. IGNATIUS – Imagining Christmas morning without a present under the tree was a sad thought for a group of students at St. Ignatius Middle School, so they went to work to prevent that from happening for at least a dozen kids. “We are doing this to bring joy and happiness to other children,&r...

School Spirit School Spirit

ST. IGNATIUS – Little monsters and other scary creatures roamed the halls of the St. Ignatius High School on Oct. 30 after the last bell rang for the day. Students Serving Community club members invited children to dress up in their Halloween costumes for an evening of trick or treating. The event w...

Sports Shorts for Nov. 1, 2017 Sports Shorts for Nov. 1, 2017

Volleyball BROWNING –  The Polson Lady Pirates claimed fourth place at the Northwestern A volleyball district tournament on Saturday by falling 25-17, 25-14, 25-17 to Whitefish in the consolation final. The Lady Pirates will advance to divisional tournament play in Butte, which begins Thursda...


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