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Articles with the Tag: St. Ignatius schools

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 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 ...

Bulldogs overwhelmed by Whitehall Bulldogs overwhelmed by Whitehall

ST IGNATIUS – Mission met a force on Friday losing 0-51 against the Whitehall Trojans.  The Trojans scored a touchdown in the first three minutes and continued to stay on top throughout the game.   Bulldogs will travel to Boulder next Friday.   Mission 0 0 0 0 – 0 White...

Students appreciate home after summer Cambodia trip Students appreciate home after summer Cambodia trip

ARLEE — Four Lake County teenagers have newfound appreciation for the little things, after spending a month abroad in Cambodia this summer.   “Even though I liked Cambodia, I’ve never been more in love with the U.S. in my entire life,” Arlee senior Louis Bunce said. “Her...

Board hears plan to handle mold in St. Ignatius administration building Board hears plan to handle mold in St. Ignatius administration building

MISSION — Administrators for the St. Ignatius School District will relocate to old high school office spaces this year, as the district searches for a solution to mold problems in its administration building.  At the Aug. 20 meeting, the school board approved the temporary relocation and author...

Book program rolls on after vandals slash tires

Book program rolls on after vandals slash tires   ST. IGNATIUS — Vandals complicated the last weeks of the St. Ignatius Library’s summer reading program.  Three tires on the library’s Book Van were slashed, during town librarian Daniel Thompson’s vacation. The libra...

Kids wrestle with technique at Iron Dog camp Kids wrestle with technique at Iron Dog camp

ST. IGNATIUS — Fellow wrestlers cheered as Maggi Lake, 10, used her newly acquired wrestling techniques against her opponent during last week’s Iron Dog Wrestling Camp.  “I like showing the boys that just because you’re a girl doesn’t mean you can’t wrestle and win...

Local students selected to visit Cambodia Local students selected to visit Cambodia

MISSION VALLEY — Four students from the Mission Valley will soon travel to Cambodia for a one month as part of the U.S. State Department American Youth Leadership Program.  The program is run through the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana. The center recently receive...

St. Ignatius graduates 25 seniors with more than $1 million in scholarships St. Ignatius graduates 25 seniors with more than $1 million in scholarships

ST. IGNATIUS — With every seat taken and several standing at the back, the St. Ignatius High School auditorium was packed to the brim Saturday afternoon with friends, family and staff all happily wishing the class of 2013 a fond farewell. After a salutatory address by Sara Nerby, a pair of vale...


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