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St. Ignatius Senior Center meal to include music

ST. IGNATIUS —Tim Krantz and Lyle Cronk will provide music for diners at the St. Ignatius Senior Citizens Center evening meal on Wednesday, Dec. 4.  The center is still seeking a part-time cook to begin work at the end of the year. Anyone interested in the position is asked to contact Patty Kra...

Mission students to perform with Missoula Children’s Theatre

ST. IGNATIUS — “The Secret Garden,” an original Missoula Children’s Theatre rendition, is a joyful retelling of a story of hope and celebration and all good things in life. Mistress Mary Quite Contrary embarks on a journey from India to her uncle’s home in England. Along the way...

Mission students gather boughs to fund Christmas gifts for children in need Mission students gather boughs to fund Christmas gifts for children in need

A group of Mission Middle School students put on their work gloves to develop a multi-step project resulting in Christmas presents for kids in need.  “We are helping people like angels so that makes us the Dogs with Wings,” said Matthew Druffel, 11, referring to the school’s bulldog...

Mission Valley Honor Guard heads up conference in Helena Mission Valley Honor Guard heads up conference in Helena

News from the Mission Valley Honor Guard HELENA — The Mission Valley Honor Guard was selected to participate in the 1st annual Montana Honoring Vets Day Friday, Nov. 8 at the State Capitol in Helena. Honor Guard Commander JC Courville of McCarthy Post 106 opened the Montana Honoring Veterans confere...

Mission to add part-time police officer

MISSION — The St. Ignatius Town Council voted to expand its police force at a Nov. 4 meeting, after several months of research into ways to provide more police protection with few available funds. At previous meetings council members said the town couldn’t afford to hire another officer, but a...

Tribal Council primary sends 11 to general election

PABLO — The primary election for Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council was held Nov. 2 and the official results were posted Nov. 6. A recount for the Elmo district seat was completed and filed at 1 p.m. on Nov. 7.  The two candidates from each district, or in Elmo’s case three c...

Special Thanksgiving meal planned at St. Ignatius Senior Center

ST. IGNATIUS — The following are the activities for the St. Ignatius Senior Center for the rest of November.  Lunches begin at noon.  Quilters quilt in the center most Mondays and Thursdays. • Thursday, Nov. 14: quilters • Friday, Nov. 15: baked chicken and birthday cake...

2013 Election results (unofficial)

2013 unofficial election results   Polson Mayor Heather Knutson          656          51 percent Bob Fulton          591      &...

Mission police chief gets scary for Halloween Mission police chief gets scary for Halloween

ST. IGNATIUS – Mission Police Chief Jeffrey Ferguson turned into a monster with razor sharp teeth and a serious skin condition last week. “I want people to know that I’m approachable,” he said as part of the reason for putting on the mask. Approachable might not be the word kids...

Class B, C runners race to finish Class B, C runners race to finish

  MISSOULA — Although the All-Class cross country state meet was postponed one hour for the possibility of fog, the skies were clear, the temps cool and the trail was full of autumn leaves as the first starting gun sounded on the University of Montana golf course. The Arlee Warriors took sev...

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