From the December, 1998 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

Market Forces Pyramid to
Tighten Belt with Pay Cuts

Winners judged in
Alpine Artisan Photo Contest



School Board votes to
keep administrative staffing


Fire Chief, Water District Manager support Council's Adopt-A-Hydrant program

Students spread
Christmas Cheer with
Gift from Art & Liz

Seeley Lake Elementary students work on plywood Christmas Trees to decorate the town.

 

 

 

Lolo Supervisor
closes snowmobiling in some backcountry areas under lawsuit threat.

Seeley Lake Ranger District offers
to work with snowmobiling interests
in response to new Lolo restrictions.


George Nagel
has 44 years handling produce

 


County reluctantly
pays$5,000 to
Refuse District

Mike Thompson
Columns:

1. Brow-tined Elk

2. Anniversary Plans

3. Herding Bighorns

4. Negotiations with Plum Creek for Game Range land involves a host of different, interested groups.

5. 1998 a Very Good Year!

Newly formed Food Bank
plans Holiday Drive



Whitefish woman killed
in Hwy 200 collision



Lubrecht Winter program
for women in February



23 Area students listed
in High School Who's Who



Swan Valley plans
Christmas Bird Count



Lions Club delivers
Thanksgiving Food Baskets



Missoula Electric Coop
thinks its Y2K okay

Community Council
deals with varied agenda

Seeley-Swan High School grads
named to All-Conference College Honors.


 

Santa Visit Planned at Rich Ranch


Roesner Completes Training



Larson Graduates Naval Training


Condon House available for Rent