Saturday, March 02, 2024

Breaking News

For the latest breaking news, see below. We'll share breaking news stories as we have them so you're kept up to date at all times.

Updated 2 days ago

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…

Updated 2 days ago
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…

Updated 2 days ago
Sentencing deferred for damage to pot shop

A Polson man, Chadron Thomas Martin, 27, had the imposition of sentencing on one count of felony criminal mischief deferred for two years in Polson District Co…

Updated 2 days ago
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.

Updated 2 days ago
Comments sought on non-member hunting regs

The Flathead Indian Reservation Advisory Board is seeking comments on the draft 2024-2025 Hunting Seasons, Shooting Hours and Limits for Migratory Waterfowl, Pheasants and Gray Partridge for non-member hunters.

Updated 2 days ago
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…

Updated 4 days ago
Concordia Choir works with Polson High School choir

With 65 voices singing in harmony, conductor Michael Culloton brings The Concordia Choir from Moorhead, Minn., to perform in Missoula at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March …

Updated 5 days ago
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…

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
Polson man pleads not guilty to forging car title

A Polson man is accused of falsifying documents as a means to gain control over a vehicle. Dillon Michael Stiles, 32, entered a plea of not guilty in Polson Di…

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
Houle admits to attempted gas-station robbery

A Pablo man admitted to brandishing a gun in an effort to steal money from a gas station. Josiah Michael Houle, 39, entered a plea of guilty in Polson District…

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
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 …

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
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…

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
FLIC showcases other lives, places, stories

On a cold and snowy winter weekend, the Flathead Lake International Cinemafest (FLIC) provided an interesting and fun indoor event at Showboat Stadium 6.

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
The Awe Factor: Polson senior Kai McDonald heads to National meet

“There’s one part of my piece where I throw myself on the ground. I catch myself with my arms, and I kind of slowly lower myself and lay down. Every time a jud…