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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

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...

Public invited to hear minister tell his story, journey of faith

ST. IGNATIUS — Hicham Chehab grew up in a world of bitter animosity between Muslims and Christians, which he experienced personally in a physical attack when he was only seven years old. By age 13 he was recruited by the Lebanese branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and later fought against Christians in t...

Mission center encourages ‘Wearing of the green’

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center encourages everyone to wear green to the St. Patrick’s lunch featuring corned beef and cabbage on Friday, March 15.  Activities for the rest of March:  •  Ayleen’s Quilters quilt in the center most Thursdays. ...

Mission students, teachers unharmed in wreck Mission students, teachers unharmed in wreck

RAVALLI — A violent crash involving a St. Ignatius School van and a pickup in the Ravalli Curves area of U.S. Highway 93 resulted in no injuries March 5.  The crash occurred around 2:40 p.m. March 5. The van, carrying three St. Ignatius High School seniors, a junior and two school employees was...

St. Ignatius hires new police officer, moves ahead with water project St. Ignatius hires new police officer, moves ahead with water project

ST. IGNATIUS — Council members had much to discuss during last week’s city council meeting in St. Ignatius.  Mayor Charlie Gariepy appointed Jeffrey Ferguson to the St. Ignatius Police Department, filling a position that had been empty since last fall. In addition, St. Ignatius animal con...

Center grateful for remodel, new equipment

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center is in the process of making plans for new kitchen equipment and remodeling. The center is especially grateful to donors who are making the much- needed improvements possible.  Activities scheduled for early March:  • Ayleen&rsq...

Polson wins 3rd straight academic bowl Polson wins 3rd straight academic bowl

CHARLO — The Polson academic bowl team took home first-place honors Feb 19, marking their third victory in as many years. The atmosphere in Charlo’s school gymnasium was one of quiet determination during the Feb. 19 competition, as Lake County Academic Bowl teams from Ronan, Charlo, St. Ignati...

Mission teams play hard at divisionals Mission teams play hard at divisionals

KALISPELL — Mission’s hoopsters are done for the year after a tough Western B divisional tournament last week at Flathead High School. The Bulldogs fell just short of a third-place finish, battling back from a first-round loss to Bigfork on Thursday to beat Thompson Falls 63-29 on Friday and D...


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