From the April, 2001 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

She helps towns face
loss of industry

Lynn Jungswirth, center, was instrumental in reviving her town in California when it faced the loss of its logging-based economy. At the invitation of the Forest Service and the Seeley Lake Community Council, Jungswirth visited with groups here in a series of meetings designed to alert people and organizations to alternative actions.

Community Hall Board
Submits Annual Report

Butch Townsend recalls the first schools in the Seeley Swan

Part I of a 2-Part Series


Local Photographer featured on Phone Book Cover

KIM HAINES announces retirement from SSHS

Low Interest Rates Help School Bond Sale

Focus on Brain at Headstart Program

 

 

Barn Again! Two Dynamic Lives Pass

New Teachers at SSHS (w/photos)

Swan Valley's Math Team


Alladin 8th Grade Play a Big Hit!


"Be Fair to Bears" program in Swan Valley

Helmville Boy in National Free Throw Contest

Game Range Ramblin's



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




White-tailed Deer Population Looks Good

Adaptive Strategies help animals & people

Mule Deer Population Doing Just Fine

Milo Burcham Leaving, but Elk Counts Go On


Guest Speaker at Lewis & Clark Meeting

Grizzly Courses Free to Residents

Northwest Connections'
Wildlands Summer Program

Tamarack Stories
Part 22

 

First Snow Sculpture in Seeley Lake?

Fireman's Ball Sock Hop Coming Up!

Spence Designates Youth Week

Even with cost cutting,
board needs levy passed

School finance committee
sets operating budget for next year