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Arlee, located 26 miles north of Hwy. 93, is a developing community grounded in the arts with a population of 636.* School District #8 Schools: Public Arlee Elementary School (grades K-6), Arlee Junior High (grades 7-8), Arlee High School (grades 9-12) Private Nkwusm School (grades ...


Charlo, located 55 miles north of Missoula on Hwy. 93, is a small town rooted in farming and ranching with a population of 379.* School District 7J Schools: Public Charlo Schools (grades K-12) * population according to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2005-09 American Community Survey


Pablo, located 62 miles north of Missoula and 60 miles south of Kalispell off of Hwy. 93, serves as headquarters for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation. Pablo is also home to Salish Kootenai College, a tribally controlled college. Population: 2,254.* ...


Polson, located at the base of Flathead Lake, 70 miles North of Missoula and 51 miles South of Kalispell, is Lake County’s seat and has a total population of 4,488.* School District 23 Schools: Public Cherry Valley Elementary school (grades K-1), Linderman Elementary School (grades 2...


Ronan, located 56 miles north of Missoula and 14 miles south of Polson off of Hwy. 93, is a community based largely on agriculture with a population of 1,871.* School District 30 Schools: Public Pablo Elementary School (grades K-4), K. William Harvey Elementary School (grades K-6), ...

St. Ignatius

St. Ignatius, located 43 miles north of Missoula on Hwy. 93, is Lake County’s oldest town founded in 1854 by Jesuit missionaries, and has a population of 842.* The Mission Church, more than 100 years old, is adorned with beautiful frescoes and murals and is open daily to visitors. School ...

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