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Foundation for Montana History grant awarded

News from Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana CHARLO — Ninepipes Museum is pleased to announce it was recently awarded a grant through the foundation for Montana History. The project involves recording the stories of the collection through the people of the Flathead Reservation in collaboration w...

Locals graduate from Carroll College 

News from Carroll College HELENA — On Saturday, May 11, Carroll College conferred degrees on 265 graduates of the class of 2024 during its 114th commencement ceremony. To be eligible for undergraduate graduation honors, a Carroll student must complete 60 hours of coursework at Carroll and gradu...

Irrigators face predicted dry season ahead Irrigators face predicted dry season ahead

CHARLO — Local farmers and ranchers met with the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project team on April 15 to discuss water levels. Skye Cooley, a hydrologist, shared information about snowpack in the area. “We currently have about 74 percent to 78 percent of our average snowpack,” Cooley said...

Governor has lunch, talks ag with local producers during Ag Week Governor has lunch, talks ag with local producers during Ag Week

CHARLO — Governor Greg Gianforte shared a locally sourced meal with farmers and ranchers at the Ninepipes Lodge on Wednesday, March 20, during Agriculture Appreciation Week. Nick Courville with Double Cross Livestock in Charlo organized the event to share the local bounty during the governor’s...

Help protect the monarchs by participating in tracking efforts Help protect the monarchs by participating in tracking efforts

By Lake County Conservation District CHARLO — At the February Conservation Speaker Series at Ninepipes Lodge, Beth Waterbury presented “Monarchs & Milkweed.” The following is from her presentation. Monarch butterflies perform one of the most amazing feats in the natural world &m...

Climate storytelling event planned

News from Humanities Montana CHARLO — On Wednesday, April 3, at 7 p.m., the Mission Valley United Methodist Church, Highway 93, top of Post Creek Hill, will host Winona Bateman, director at Families for a Livable Climate. She will make a presentation on climate change. The event will begin with...

Young team holds onto team spirit Young team holds onto team spirit

CHARLO — The Warriors and the Lady Vikings basketball teams earned wins on Saturday, Jan. 27. The Arlee Warriors won with a decent lead, 67 to 55, and Jason Maki, the head coach, said, “Our season is going well. We are at 11 and one after tonight. We have nine seniors.”  The Warr...

Ronan School District hosts band festival Ronan School District hosts band festival

RONAN — High school students from Noxon, Thompson Falls, Plains, St. Regis, Superior, Charlo and Ronan came together on Tuesday, Nov. 14, for a meeting of the bands to produce an evening of music together. Derek Larson, music teacher for St. Regis who conducted during the event, said student musicia...

Vikings celebrate senior night with win over Horsemen Vikings celebrate senior night with win over Horsemen

CHARLO — It was a night full of good luck for the Vikings football team despite superstitions of the date. On Friday, Oct. 13, the Vikings outscored their Plains opponent 50-6 on the gridiron. One bystander said: “Looks like they scared the game out of them.”  “It’s s...

$1.3M+ secured for rural MT renewable energy development projects

News from the Office of Senator Tester BIG SANDY — As a result of his Inflation Reduction Act, U.S. Senator Jon Tester this week secured $1,375,897 in United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) funding for 35 renewable energy infrastructure projects in Montana. Tester was the only member of...


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