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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

St. Ignatius water project, street-paving begins

ST. IGNATIUS — At the Sept. 4 St. Ignatius City Council meeting, officials said the first of two water improvement projects could begin by Sept. 17.  The origins of these projects date back several years. The project currently being pursued involves an update to the town’s well system.&nb...

Mission falls to Cut Bank

CUT BANK — The Mission Bulldogs were stopped short in Cut Bank last weekend, 37-0.  Raymond Matt fought hard for the Bulldogs, covering a lot of ground and turning in about 16 tackles, head coach Rich Ferris noted. Matt had seven carries for 11 rushing yards to make a season total of 60 rushing...

Alexander breaks Eureka record

EUREKA — The Mission High School cross-country team sent just three athletes to Saturday’s Indian Springs Invitational Meet in Eureka, but the Bulldogs certainly made their mark at the competition. Senior Paden Alexander won the boys’ race in 16:03, shattering the previous course record of ...

Mission battles hard in Eureka

  The Mission Lady Bulldogs had a slow start to the week with a loss to neighboring Charlo, but quickly got back on their feet against Plains Friday and won 25-21, 25-11, 25-19. Then on Saturday, Mission traveled to Eureka and lost in a hard-fought battle, 25-16, 25-22, 24-26, 16-25, 10-15. Agains...

Bulldogs crush Plains Bulldogs crush Plains

ST. IGNATIUS — The Plains Horsemen had no chance against a fired-up Mission Bulldog football team Friday night. The home team gained an early advantage and held on for a 33-0 victory over the visiting Plains squad. Seniors Dylan Evan, Nikko Alexander and Barret Sargent showed true Bulldog spirit thr...

St. Ignatius center welcomes cook

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center welcomes a new cook, Ricardo Espinosa. Ricardo joins head cook Lorraine Courville and replaces retiring cook Julie McConnell.  Activities for September:  Ayleen’s quilters quilt in the center most Thursdays.  Wednesday...

Alexander claims Canal Bank crown Alexander claims Canal Bank crown

RONAN — Mission High School senior Paden Alexander continued his dominance in the world of Mission Valley cross-country, winning the Ronan Canal Bank run Friday with a time of 15:58.  “That is close to running 5-minute miles,” head coach Marc Cutler said. Backing up Alexander&rsq...

Mission volleyball squeaks past Charlo

CHARLO — The Mission Lady Bulldogs edged the Charlo Lady Vikings in a non-conference volleyball matchup Friday night. It took four games to decide a winner in the back-and-forth contest before Mission eventually emerged on top, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19, 25-21. For the Lady Bulldogs, Sara Nerby led in ace...

St. Ignatius plans anniversary celebration

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center’s anniversary plans for October will be for the center’s 40th anniversary, not its 50th. More details will be revealed in subsequent articles.  Activities for August and September:  • Thursday, Aug. 30: quilters ...

Mission seniors plans 50th anniversary

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center’s plans for its 50th anniversary celebration in October are under way.  More details will be revealed in subsequent articles.  Activities for the rest of August: • Thursday, Aug. 23: quilters • Friday, Aug. 24: sl...


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