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St. Ignatius School Board agenda goes online

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius school board was able to zip through their Oct. 15 monthly meeting in a fraction of the time usually spent weighing decisions. A short agenda helped, but most of the credit went to the new agenda packet system the board adopted.  The system allows board members a...

Lady Bulldogs take a couple hits at home

ST. IGNATIUS — It was a tough day on the volleyball court for Mission as the Lady Bulldogs dropped one against Thompson Falls, 0-3. Lady Bulldog Courtney Charlo led in kills with five, Jordyn Eichert had six digs and one ace in Tuesday’s game. On Thursday, Mission was took another tumble ag...

The Bulldogs struggle against Loyola

  MISSOULA – Mission’s Bulldogs took a hard loss against Loyola-Scared Heart on Friday, scoring only one in the end zone in the fourth quarter and ending the night with a score of 7-51. Bulldog Steven Bravo ran 54 yards to score Mission’s solo touchdown. Mission will take on t...

Mission Bulldogs fall to Florence

ST. IGNATIUS – The Bulldogs had a tough go on the football field Friday as they were shutout 0-25 by the Florence machine. Bulldog Raymond Matt got off the porch with the big dogs, carrying 18 for 54 yards, but just couldn’t get it to the end zone turf. Mission will play in Missoula Oct.11 ...

Arlee and Mission nail first places in cross-country

ARLEE – Arlee Scarlets and Mission Bulldogs have something to be smiling about, a first place trophy in fact. Arlee’s Warriors and Scarlets hosted Tuesday’s meet with teams from Mission, Eureka, Hot Springs, Deer Lodge, Seeley, Charlo, and Phillipsburg.  Scarlets put up two top-six ...

St. Ignatius children, Bavarian tourists enjoy powwow St. Ignatius children, Bavarian tourists enjoy powwow

MISSION – There was a transcontinental exchange of culture at St. Ignatius Elementary School Sept. 13, as children of the St. Ignatius Dance Troupe donned traditional outfits and held a powwow for students and tourists from Bavaria, Germany.  It’s an event the school tries to hold each ye...

Mission’s Lady Bulldogs learning the ropes

ST. IGNATIUS – Friday brought Plains to the Lady Bulldogs home volleyball court. Mission fired up the crowd with a 3-1 win. This was a big win for the Lady Bulldogs as they’ve come close, but couldn’t quite pull off a win in previous games. Head coach Kendal Baldwin was happy to see h...

Mission Bulldogs tumble to Boulder

  BOULDER – The Bulldogs had a tough day out of town on Friday, falling to Boulder 0-48.  Mission’s Raymond Matt led the Bulldogs rushing 57 yards on 16 carries. The Bulldogs will head to Plains to take on the Horsemen Sept. 20. Mission 0 0 0 0 – 0 Boulder 13 14 14 ...

Family raises awareness of infant heart disease Family raises awareness of infant heart disease

MISSION — Arteries clogged by years of unhealthy habits are a typical image that comes to mind when hearing the words “heart disease.”  “You automatically think of someone who’s older,” Mission resident Bobbie Cross said.  Cross and her family are trying to...

St. Ignatius seniors grateful for van donation

ST. IGNATIUS — The St Ignatius Senior Citizens Center is extremely grateful for the van recently donated to it by the Lower Flathead Valley Community Foundation. The 15-passenger van will be used for a number of purposes, including trips to museums, activities, shopping, etc.  The car that was ...

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