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Jul 8, 2014 • Montana Standard
The Forest Service is sponsoring its 17th annual wildflower tour of the Gravelly Range at 9 a.m. The tour will begin at the Forest Service office in Ennis. Participants generally drive their own high-clearance vehicles, but can catch a ride with others ... More

Janet Anice Manley

Jun 28, 2014 • The Missoulian
Janet was born May 19, 1933, to Clyde and Beth Eccleston in Anaconda. She attended schools in Anaconda and graduated from Anaconda High School. She then attended Western Montana College in Dillon, graduating with a degree in education. Her first ... More

Baker and Jahner

Jun 29, 2014 • The Missoulian
Their parents are Brian and Karen Jahner of Missoula and Gene and Gege Baker of Anaconda. A graduate of Montana Tech, Chelsee is a registered nurse at Community Hospital in Anaconda. Robert, who graduated from Anaconda High School, is an ... More

Class A likely headed toward two divisions

Jun 26, 2014 • The Missoulian
Just days after Anaconda High School became the first former Class AA school to drop to Class B, Libby High School followed. Read more ... The move won't become law until an official proposal is submitted to the Montana High School Association. That ... More

What's Happening: Lots going on today, take a look

Jun 14, 2014 • Montana Standard
The first general election debates among the candidates for the U.S. Senate and House are set for Saturday at Montana Tech. The Senate .... Anaconda Community Band will practice at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, at the Anaconda High School Band Room. More

Community briefs published June 13

Jun 13, 2014 • Helena Independent Record
The Helena Moose Lodge No. 639 Legion has chosen Kaylea Jorgensen from Anaconda High School as the recipient of a $500 scholarship for the fall of 2014. She plans to attend Montana State University and pursue a degree in nursing and nutrition. More


Jun 19, 2014 • Montana Standard
DILLON — The Department of Military affairs and Montana Army National Guard Youth Challenge Program will graduate 97 cadets at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 21, in a ceremony at the Straugh gym at the University of Montana Western. The challenge program ... More

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