From the October, 1998 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder


Sets New State



It's a Tough Year for Bears. Mike Thompson points out that bear population may drop just as deer populations dropped following the record winter of 1996-97.

Ladyhawks Improved at Mid

Seeley Lake enters two in drag races at Anaconda -- Glen Morin and 11-year-old Cody Thompson

Seeley Lake school board notes contributions of Claiborne/Ortenberg Foundation

A Champion racer in the making!

15-year-old Tyler Voss began his racing carrer at age nine.


SSTEP Program notes October as Domestic Violence Observance month

Notes on Seeley Fire Department during Fire Prevention Week!


Historical Society needs charter members to boost museum efforts

Condon outfitter feels threatened by Constitutional Initiative on November ballot.

Enrollment drops at Seeley.

Long awaited water filtration plant may be operating soon.

New Wapiti owners opening up facilities for public enjoyment

Karen Lyncoln heads up local Y2K study groups.

Blackhawk Homecoming Royalty

Scouts earn credits on camping trip.


Blackhawks crush Loyola, Quarterback Barthelmess emerges as a threat

Opening Day 1998 Hunting Season

Poor Hunting Conditions this Year

Montana Loon Count is Up, but Loon Lady Lyn Kelley still worried about population.

A review of summer School Board sessions

Soccer players at Salmon Prairie School

Florence dashes Blackhawk State hopes!

Local businesses find tourists were more plentiful this past summer.

Health Center construction delayed till spring