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The Whitefish Equestrian Center on Twin Bridges Road west of Whitefish will host hunter and jumper horse show competitions. From left, trainer Georgia Dillon, barn manager Alissa Palmer, and the center's owners Amy and Kirk Ericksen.

Equestrian center opens near Whitefish

As a young girl, Amy Ericksen always dreamed of riding her own horse. So for her, it hardly seems real that she now owns a ranch with an indoor arena where other children can pursue their own dreams. 

Plum Creek manufacturing unaffected by merger

As Plum Creek merges with Weyerhaueser in the coming weeks, staff at the company’s Columbia Falls “cedar palace” offices could face an uncertain future, but workers at the manufacturing facilities will retain their positions and the plants will continue to operate, the company announced.

  • icon Posted: February 12

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Improvements needed with state CPS program

The Department of Health & Human Services, the largest state agency, has a budget of almost $4 billion. DPHHS is in charge of everything from welfare programs to Child Protective Services. Last fall’s audit of CPS did not paint a rosy picture and pointed out several standards which needed implementing if we are going to truly protect our neediest children.

  • icon Posted: February 09

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93 West plan reflects needs of community

Whitefish City Council’s decisions on the Highway 93 West corridor plan reflect the needs of the community, not the desires of a single individual or a small group of people. That is their responsibility. While there are those who may wish to have the Whitefish Planning Board to revisit the council’s decision there is no precedence for the board to recommend zone changes to the city council which are inconsistent with approved zoning.

  • icon Posted: February 09

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