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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

Mission-Ronan track team blends experience, new blood Mission-Ronan track team blends experience, new blood

RONAN — “Exciting” is the word coach Crystal Pitts used to describe the combined Mission-Ronan high school track and field team. Pitts has been coaching for 34 years, first basketball and then track. She began coaching track so she could coach her own boys. “I didn’t have ...

Bulldogs tie Trojans

ST. IGNATIUS — The Mission Bulldog tennis players tied with Troy on Saturday, 3-3. At No. 1 singles, Mission’s Karl Daniels beat Troy’s Bruce Metz 6-2, 6-1. “Karl Daniels has been playing well, and today’s match was probably his best so far in returning and keeping his compos...

MAC softball on winning streak

The Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball players are on a roll, beating neighboring Ronan 6-3 April 9 before stomping Corvallis 18-0 on Friday and Thompson Falls 8-0 on Saturday. Against Ronan, Sara Nerby, Emyli Gillingham and Alyssa Doty all went 3-4, with Doty and Gillingham turning in two RBIs apiece. Doty al...

MAC softball on winning streak

The Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball players are on a roll, beating neighboring Ronan 6-3 April 9 before stomping Corvallis 18-0 on Friday and Thompson Falls 8-0 on Saturday. Against Ronan, Sara Nerby, Emyli Gillingham and Alyssa Doty all went 3-4, with Doty and Gillingham turning in two RBIs apiece. Doty al...

Mission loses police chief  Mission loses police chief 

ST. IGNATIUS — Council members had much to discuss during the April 2 meeting in St. Ignatius.  St. Ignatius police chief Frank Aaron left his position and moved to West Yellowstone. His last day was March 29 and the town is now advertising for a police chief. Jeffrey Ferguson, Mission’s ...

St. Ignatius spring fling successful

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center spring fling was successful with lots of participation in all of the fun events. Activities scheduled:  Ayleen’s Quilters quilt in the center most Thursdays. • Thursday, April 11: quilters • Friday, April 12: baked chi...

MAC stops Wardens 15-8

DEER LODGE — The girls of the Mission-Arlee-Charlo softball team started their season with a bang, shutting down Deer Lodge on the road March 28. Pitcher Loren Erickson led her team to a 15-8 win over the Lady Wardens, throwing four strikeouts and no walks in seven innings, while batting 3-for-4 wit...

Mission fired up for tennis

ST. IGNATIUS — The Mission Bulldogs tennis team has four returning players from the 2012 team in junior Karl Daniels and seniors Katz Yelsa, Troy Bontrager and Chris Camel. The rest of the team is comprised of 10 new players for a total of 14 boys this year. “We are looking for Karl, Katz, Troy a...

St. Ignatius spring fling begins Friday

ST. IGNATIUS — This Friday, March 29, the St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center spring fling will begin with a bake sale, just in time for Easter celebrations. The center needs kitchen remodeling and some new appliances. Funds generated during several spring fling activities will go toward that project. ...

St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center plans ‘spring fling’

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center has been fortunate to obtain new flooring and new tables in recent years. Now the kitchen needs a remodel and some new appliances. As a community service, the center provides meals both in-house and on wheels for shut-ins, provides other services a...


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