From the June, 1998 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

Bull Trout Threatened

Interior Secretary Bruce Babbit tries fly fishing in the Clearwater River where he declared the bull trout a threatened species.


Kids and adults have an adventure at the Condon Work Center where the Swan Valley Ecosystem and Flathead National Forest sponsored "Frog Day."

Don Jackson, left, Morrell Spa & Stoves business owner presents the Seeley Lake Lion's Club a donation check for $1,395.

$48,000 Forest Service grant lauches Museum, Visitor Center

Missionary Skateboarder
planning Brazilian trip

Nate Bonham with mother, Cindy.

Lone Graduate
at Salmon Prairie
one-room school

New NAPA store opens nine months after previous store was destroyed from an arson-caused fire.

Auction planned to benefit Community Hall during Fourth of July Celebration.

All About Bears starts out summer amphitheatre programs at Salmon Lake.

Pyramid announces layoffs at Council Meeting. Asian crisis affects timber prices.

County Commissioners apologize for not being able to detail charges to Refuse District.

Swan Valley Ecosystem workshops

Mike Thompson praises a champion of elk habitat

Winterkill at Van Lake

Forest Service looking at new type of logging sale.

Lake Inez burglars
caught in act.

SOS Health Center eyes expansion despite past indebtedness

Seeley makes Fourth plans.

Leaseholders protest three-fold increase in Forest Service lakefront leases.

The Game Range near Seeley Lake will observe its 50th anniversary for a full year.

Kristy Pohlman going to Girls' State

Grants help Seeley
Elementary Library

Library plans summer reading program.

Swan Valley Fourth of July plans

Seeley promoters looking at Snowmobile Trade Shows Excellent ratings in State Music
for two Seeley-Swan High School girls