Ski slopes starting to open

Snow storms have been rolling through the Clark Fork valley as skierís wax their boards and get ready for another season on the slopes. Lookout Ski area reported eight inches of new snow on Monday, Dec. 5. They plan on reopening the slopes on Thursday, Dec. 8 and say they have 34 inches at the base and 40 inches at the summit.

Snowbowl is reporting 10 inches at the base and 20 inches on the summit and they are 10 percent open. Days of operation will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 9-11.

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Senior Night celebrated at high schools

February 15, 2017 at 1:09 pm | Daily Inter Lake Saturday was Senior Night for area high schools. Three seniors were honored in St. Regis, including Madison Hill, who plans on attending Montana State University after she graduates. Courtney Chee...

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February 15, 2017 at 1:09 pm | Daily Inter Lake Two Eagle edges Clark Fork boys Two Eagle River travelled to Superior from Pablo on Tuesday, Feb. 7 for a close 59-57 win in varsity boyís basketball. The Clark Fork Mountain Cats took an early 15-6...

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Mineral County Court Report, Feb. 3 Ė Feb. 10, 2017

February 15, 2017 at 1:09 pm | Daily Inter Lake Town Court of Superior Deferred Imposition Feb. 3, Todd Lyon, Disorderly Conduct Mineral Co. Justice Court Bond Forfeited Feb. 9, Jason Rodley Berry, seatbelt violation Feb. 8, Kasia Lyn Bothman-Li...

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Romance is big business for small flower shop on Valentineís Day

February 15, 2017 at 1:09 pm | Daily Inter Lake By KATHLEEN WOODFORD Mineral Independent Valentineís Day represents love and romance. Itís a day that lovers, friends and family express their affections towards each other. Itís also a day of bi...

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