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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius

St. Ignatius farmers market offers double SNAP credit St. Ignatius farmers market offers double SNAP credit

ST. IGNATIUS – Guitar music played as folks strolled the Mission Falls Farmers Market on Friday to peruse tables full of homegrown vegetables, unique baked goods and handcrafted jewelry. Alyssa Schock, market board vice president, said many vendors are signed up to sell local items this year. She is...

St. Ignatius Seniors July 18, 2018

ST. IGNATIUS — “If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under.” — Ronald Reagan Our Good Old Day’s pancake breakfast will be on Saturday, July 21, starting at 7 a.m. and going until 11 a.m. Bingo will also be played that day from 2-4 ...

Arlee Rodeo catapults riders into the air Arlee Rodeo catapults riders into the air

ARLEE – Nothing says Fourth of July like whoopin’ it up at the legendary Arlee Rodeo. Since 1982, the Arlee Rodeo has been entertaining fans year after year with fast paced, high-energy rodeo action and this year’s show was no exception. “The weather was good and the stock bucke...

St. Ignatius Seniors July 11, 2018

ST. IGNATIUS — Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds. The food pantry is still looking for volunteers to work Tuesday and Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The food pantry will be closed the last Friday of the month and will be open the last Saturday of the month from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. If you are interes...

Rain causes flooded roads in Post Creek area Rain causes flooded roads in Post Creek area

ST. IGNATIUS – Rising waters are an enemy of road infrastructure, and Post Creek has been especially tough on the bridges and culverts that it flows through this year. “When you put a bridge and a road over a creek, you’re not letting it do what it naturally wants to do, which is to mean...

Youth movie series continues through summer Youth movie series continues through summer

ST. IGNATIUS – From building playgrounds to throwing back to school parties, Cornerstone Faith Center is constantly looking for opportunities to engage in the community. The center has grown since Lynn Lapka began his role as pastor 11 years ago. Since then, Cornerstone has successfully run a pizza sho...

Small town girls get ready for the big stage Small town girls get ready for the big stage

Two local girls in St. Ignatius are getting good at figuring out how to keep sparkly crowns on their heads.  Amani Antoine, 6, and Lola Schock, 11, won titles in their age groups at the state level in the Our Little Miss Montana competition held in Great Falls earlier this year. With those wins, they...

Museum news announced

News from Mission Valley Museum Consortium ARLEE Arlee/Jocko Valley Museum Celebrate the 4th of July and see our beautiful outdoor Veteran’s Memorial and memorabilia from area veterans, pioneer day photographs and more.   ST. IGNATIUS St. Ignatius Mission Church St I...

McDonald Lake death under investigation

ST. IGNATIUS – Cassandra Harris, 24, was found unconscious and badly injured near McDonald Lake in the Mission Mountains on Saturday, June 23, in the morning hours. Lake County Undersheriff Ben Woods stated that her identity was initially unknown and the circumstances of her injuries were also unkno...

Rain doesn’t dampen firemen’s picnic, auction Rain doesn’t dampen firemen’s picnic, auction

ST. IGNATIUS – The constant pour of rain during the 24th annual Fireman’s Auction on a cloudy Saturday didn’t bother nine-year-old Levi at all. He was one of three kids enjoying the inflated bouncy slide without a crowded line this year due to the rain. “This is so fun, and I&rsquo...


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