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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

Zion Lutheran Church expands Zion Lutheran Church expands

ST. IGNATIUS — Standing before a packed house Sunday in the center of Zion Lutheran Church’s new addition, Reverend Kyle T. Whaley was all smiles while gazing over the product of more than five months’ hard work and perseverance.  The new parish hall, built right up to the existing ...

Valley athletes shine in all-star game Valley athletes shine in all-star game

ST. IGNATIUS — High school volleyball players from the Mission and Jocko Valleys got one last chance to shine at an all-star volleyball game Nov. 15 hosted by the Mission Lady Bulldogs. Lady Bulldog assistant coach Annie Morigeau said the event was a rousing success, especially with only a week&rsqu...

Help provide necessities

ST. IGNATIUS — A new program distributing daily necessity items to qualifying families of the reservation community will begin Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Mission Mountain Worship Center. Available items include soaps, toilet paper, dental products, razors and shaving gels, hair products, diapers and inconti...

Nonprofit art gallery starting in Mission

ST. IGNATIUS — Artists and folks that make crafts of any kind are invited to sell their items at a new nonprofit art gallery, “The Painted Pony,” in St. Ignatius. This will be a nonprofit endeavor to promote artists and craftspeople in our community.  We are also looking for donatio...

Center closed over holiday

ST.IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center will be closed Nov. 21 through Nov. 26, except for those persons picking up commodities on Nov. 21.  In December, Stuart’s Cenex in St. Ignatius will feature full gas up and car wash services for seniors on certain days. On the first a...

Community honors local veterans Community honors local veterans

MISSION — A frosty day with temperatures hovering around 20 degrees Fahrenheit greeted civilians and veterans alike during a Veterans Day ceremony Sunday morning in Mission. American Legion Post members and the Mission Valley Honor Guard gathered to pay tribute to fallen heroes around the town&rsquo...

Mission dancers awe Frenchtown students Mission dancers awe Frenchtown students

MISSION — As any grade school teacher will tell you, an auditorium filled with silent and attentive second-graders is a rare sight.  “If they’re this quiet, you know they’re having fun,” said Frenchtown second-grade teacher Lane Long.  And Long knows a thing or t...

St. Ignatius receives $430,700 grant St. Ignatius receives $430,700 grant

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius City Council met last week to discuss several issues.  The St. Ignatius Police Department has been accepting applications for an open officer position and has decided to interview four viable applicants. Council members did not have an exact date for the intervie...

Lady Bulldogs exceed own expectations Lady Bulldogs exceed own expectations

MISSION — The Mission Bulldogs volleyball team graduated seven seniors last year. Coach Kendal Anderson said of the 11 on her team this year, only four had been on the team the year prior. Of these four, only three had playing experience.  “At the beginning, before the season even started...

Mission Valley youth sprint toward history Mission Valley youth sprint toward history

MISSION VALLEY — Track and field has roots dating back to Ancient Greece, the birthplace of the Olympics. From discus throwers to sprinters, the first organized sports competitions in human history carry through to today’s competitive arena in the form of modern Olympic games.  An importa...


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