Saturday, March 02, 2024


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Polson police respond to gun-related incidents

Polson Police responded to two unrelated firearm incidents in the past week and both suspects were apprehended and…

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Chamber honors community leaders during Nashville Nights

Nashville Nights was the theme of Polson Chamber of Commerce’s Community Awards Night on Feb. 24. Guests got into the spirit of the event with hats, boots, jea…

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Polson Seniors: On the cusp of March

March has been described as coming in like a lion and out like a lamb. Although March 19 is the first day of Spring (9:06 p.m. MST), it is okay to say March 20 is the first daylight of Spring.

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St. Ignatius Seniors: Indian tacos on tap March 6

We are still in need of a site manager/nutrition director to work 10-15 hours a week and a housekeeper for two hours a week. If you are interested or know of someone, please call 406-745-4462 and let us know.

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Spring Debris Burning Season opens March 1

Spring debris burning season will open Friday, March 1. According to the CSKT Division of Fire, burning can help clear dead vegetation and clean up.

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Program explores the MMIP epidemic

The Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition hosts a Montana Conversation program with Buck Hitswithastick at 6 p.m. March 6 at the Mission Valley United Me…

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Mission Valley Calendar

Your events guide to the Mission Valley

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On the Agenda

A calendar of upcoming public meetings

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Voice of Democracy: Polson senior pens winning state essay, heads to D.C.

In an essay that captured first place in the statewide Voice of Democracy contest, Polson High senior Isabel Seeley explores the nation’s foundation, concludin…

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Federal agency says Energy Keepers managed lake level appropriately

Flathead Lake was 2,884.66 feet above sea level Feb. 28, 2023, and sat at 2886.12 feet Tuesday. But neither elevation predicts the summer ahead, or whether a l…

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FWP changes state park reservation system

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has implemented some changes to the reservation system for state parks, designed to make it easier for Montana residents to se…

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Polson Seniors: Calendar plays catch-up on Leap Day

Leap Day is Feb. 29. The extra day added every four years at the end of February allows the human-made calendar to “catch up” to the actual orbit time of the earth around the sun (365.25 days). You cannot fool Natu…

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Ronan Seniors: Memory Café returns

Memory Café returns from 2-4 p.m. March 6. If you have any questions call Danika at 406-409-8149.

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Two men admit to threatening juveniles

Two men have admitted threatening juveniles with a firearm in an altercation that culminated in a pursuit with law enforcement. Izayus Prewett, 18, and Nathan …

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Shiver in the River lands in a pool

Thirty-five intrepid souls leaped off the dock at Riverside Park in Polson Saturday during Shiver in the River, the annual fundraiser for Special Olympics Mont…