The spring open burning season will run from March 1 to April 30. Burners must call the Ventilation Hotline daily at 751-8144 or check online at www.flatheadhealth.org before burning. The hotline and the Web site are updated daily before 8:30 a.m. Weekend information will be available on the hotline by 5 p.m. on Fridays. Prohibited materials include all man-made materials, treated materials,… Read more →
NFLA Vice President Donna Harrison recently attended Thanksgiving at the hall and sent in the following story… Numbers were small, but community spirits high on a snowy Thanksgiving Day. The challenge of an icy, rutty parking lot was met with neighborly good cheer as vehicles were pushed in to parking spaces. The Hall was warm and lovingly decorated by volunteers who arrived… Read more →
NFLA’s Treasurer Bonny Ogle has a new email address. Please change your address book for Bonny’s email to firstname.lastname@example.org. And thank you Bonny for all your hard work!
This is a photo by Gerry Stearns of a handsome North Fork grizzly bear.
This is a photo by Gerry Stearns taken in her and Richard’s back yard on Moose Creek.
The North Fork History Project members were busy this summer interviewing more folks from the North Fork. Here’s what’s new: Esther Chrisman – Esther was born in Illinois in 1927 to parents who were immigrants from Norway. She met her husband, Baird, in college and they were married in 1948. They started traveling west together to visit the Rockies. They visited their… Read more →
Although the snow is flying, it’s not too soon to be planning for next summer. The Backwoods Booklovers are soliciting suggestions for 2014 books. Two fiction and two non-fiction books are included in the schedule. Please send your suggestions, with a review if you have read the book, to Gerry Stearns at email@example.com. If you don’t have suggestions but would like to… Read more →
The NFLA board has been discussing a new sign for Sondreson Hall for over a year. While visiting the North Fork, Paul Genovese became interested in what was happening up here. He checked out the NFLA website and listened to the oral history interviews posted by the North Fork History Project. After that, he started reading the board minutes where… Read more →