Tuesday Jul 15
The Bitterroot Star
Buck Lane-No/Buck Street-Yes
Being the fourth generation of these Bucks from Ohio, I wanted to share some of the history that I know.Buck Street in Stevensville was named for Amos Buck and his brothers, Henry, Fred, and George.
Arlee Fourth of July Parade pleases the crowd
The 55th annual Fourth of July parade was another patriotic hit with loads of family fun, candy, laughs, and cool blasts of water for a nearly 100-degree day.
St. Ignatius THHS Clinical services moving to newly renovated wing
Some of the services provided at the St. Ignatius Tribal Health and Human Services Clinic will be closed from 7:30 a.m. Thursday, July 10 through 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 15 due to affected staff and programs moving into the new wing of the clinic.
Tribal youth get a head start in the job market
The first career fair for the Summer Youth Employment Program was packed at the Salish Kootenai College Charlo/Arlee theatre this last Monday.
Clarice Charlo King honored for years of educational service
Thirty years as an Indian school principal is one of many reasons to be recognized with a lifetime achievement award.