From the November, 2000 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

One of the Best

SnoWest Magazine ranks Seeley Lake snowmobile trails 6th in a survey of top 15 Trails in the West.






Seeley Church Discusses Community Needs



Becky Gehrke honored with Cliff Nelson award at Tournament Girls' team takes second.Two players named to all stars.

Happy Ending! The Planned Closing of Pyramid, Announced in November in the story below, did not happen. Pyramid was reorganized with new financing arranged for by Missoula County and others.
For the Happy Ending, jump ahead
to this story in May, 2001.


Pyramid Will Close
Owners announce decision to close
51-year-old sawmill operation here.
Editorial comment on closing...

A Rescue Plan
Missoula County Backs plan
to keep Pyramid Mill operating in Seeley Lake
(A Developing Story in December, 2000)


Ken Wolfe has plans for Museum in Swan Valley.



Ovando Plans Old Fashioned
Christmas Festival downtown

SSHS Teacher-Coach
Shawn Holmes in Who's Who

The Candidates running
for HD 58 Representative

Eagles Wrap up Football Season



Tamarack Stories
Part 9 -- Part 10 -- Part 11 -- Part 12

YMCA Soccer Program popular with some 80 youngsters.





School Board meeting takes up improvements to be made at
Seeley Swan High School

Ladyhawks might surprise someone

Underdog Ladyhawks
Third in District

Ladyhawks knocked out of
Divisional after 1st round win

Game Range Ramblin's

Game Range Articles by Mike Thompson, FW&P wildlife biologist, writing for the Pathfinder


Seeley Stands Tall This Thanksgiving

Conservation Easement
Proposed for Manley Ranch

Fewer hunters: Great Hunting

Grizzlies Prey Upon Hunter's Cache

More Grizzlies Showin
Up 'South of the Border'

Local Students Included
in Who's Who Listings

New Nordic Club in Swan Lake

Swan Lake Gets New Public Boat Dock

Swan Valley School plans timber removal

Blood Drive a Big Success

Domestic Violence Campaign
Raises Awareness