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Arlee resident dies in wreck

ARLEE — While attempting to help an apparently intoxicated father and son drive home, two good Samaritans ended up in a fatal car accident that killed Arlee resident Mark Francis Felsman Sr.  According to Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Paul Pfau, 41-year-old Felsman Sr. and his son left the El ...

Warriors set sights on playoffs Warriors set sights on playoffs

ARLEE — The sun was just beginning to set on the Warrior’s home field Sept. 26 as Arlee’s football players donned their equipment and stretched before practice. Head coach Mike Rogers squinted against the waning sunlight and smiled. “The biggest thing is to go out there, compete, a...

Arlee runs to 5 PRs

MISSOULA — Five of Arlee’s seven cross-country runners had lifetime personal records at the Mountain West meet in Missoula last weekend. Scarlet Jess Knoll, the team’s only girl, cut 14 seconds off her previous time.  “This is her first year running, and she has shown great de...

Arlee volleyball drops 1 on road

SUPERIOR — The Arlee Scarlets fought hard in Superior Saturday, eventually losing 25-18, 21-25, 20-25, 25-27. “Each girl had an outstanding moment, and (we) are building as a team each match,” head coach Brian BigSam said. Violet Pablo led her team in aces, firing off eight perfect se...

Warriors dominate Darby

ARLEE — The Arlee football team got out of a trip to Darby Friday night due to unhealthy, smoky conditions in the Bitterroot Valley, and the Tigers came to Arlee instead. The Warriors took advantage of playing on a familiar field and beat the Tigers 40-18. “The whole team was outstanding,&rdqu...

Salish school kicks off new year Salish school kicks off new year

ARLEE — The 2012-13 academic school year has begun at Nkwusm Salish Language Revitalization School in Arlee. Nkwusm, a nonprofit organization, not only teaches children, preschool through eighth grade, the Salish language and the Salish and Pen d’Oreille tribal cultures, but provides all the acad...

Arlee runners cut times

RONAN — Arlee cross-country runners continued to trim their times at the Ronan Invitational last weekend. “I was really impressed with my runners; everyone improved their times from last week by around 30 seconds,” coach Katea Dreiling said. “Zach Felsman actually cut his time by o...

Vikings down Arlee Vikings down Arlee

ARLEE — The Charlo Viking football squad made a quick trip to Arlee Friday night for a District 14-C matchup with the neighboring Warriors. The drive was well worth it for the Vikings, who racked up 49 points to Arlee’s six. Senior quarterback Tra Ludeman led the Viking charge, completing nine...

Arlee beats Red Devils

In a District 14-C matchup with the Noxon Red Devils on Saturday, the Arlee Scarlets won convincingly, 25-15, 25-22, 25-19. Mahalia Hendren and Whitney Malatare led the team in aces with five each. Skyla Perry had 13 digs, closely followed by Bailey Rice and Malatare with 12 apiece. Hendren also led in ki...

Garden of 1,000 Buddhas celebrates 8th annual peace festival Garden of 1,000 Buddhas celebrates 8th annual peace festival

JOCKO VALLEY — Eleven years ago, Tibetan Buddhist Lama Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche had a vision of creating an international place of peace. A place accepting of every political, religious, economic and cultural ideal where every sentient being is welcome; a place of harmony and acceptance. In J...

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