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BERL TISKUS

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Tourism plan emphasizes stewardship
February 22, 2024 midnight

Tourism plan emphasizes stewardship

Glacier Country brought its Destination Stewardship Plan for tourism to a town meeting at the Ronan Community Center on Feb. 13. With approximately 14 people in the audience, the turnout was low but the input was high.

FLIC showcases other lives, places, stories
February 22, 2024 midnight

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.

The Awe Factor: Polson senior Kai McDonald heads to National meet
February 22, 2024 midnight

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 judge sees it, they are kind of left in awe,” Kai McDonald said, smiling.

February 15, 2024 midnight

Time Capsule: Now there was a fight – er, dance

From the Mission Valley News, Feb. 7, 1979: Oh, the dances they had up Valley Creek! The Morins, Morigeaus, Hansens, and Whites had come as homesteaders. Their homes were scattered up Valley Creek. All week every member of the family worked hard, putting up buildings, tilling the virgin soil, fulfilling the requirements of the Homestead Act.

Harbor Light Furniture: Still a family affair
February 8, 2024 midnight

Harbor Light Furniture: Still a family affair

Harbor Light Furniture and Flooring will celebrate a big anniversary this year: 75 years as a Main Street business and 50 years with the Fisher/Whisman family.

Baby Fair: Love at First Sight
February 8, 2024 midnight

Baby Fair: Love at First Sight

“Love at First Sight” was the theme of the 2024 Baby Fair, held Feb. 3 at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the campus of Salish Kootenai College.

February 8, 2024 midnight

Time Capsule: Fighting the polio epidemic

From the Ronan Pioneer, Jan. 20, 1949: Polio epidemics, sales tax proponents, legislative assignments

February 1, 2024 midnight

Time Capsule: From the weekly archives

News items harvested from the archives of Lake County's weekly newspapers

February 1, 2024 midnight

Ronan council refunds subdivision fee

During the Ronan City Council meeting last Wednesday, Jan. 24, council members voted to refund $610 in planning fees to Scott Beggs for a proposed subdivision.

Koda King: “An exceptionally positive and contagious attitude”
February 1, 2024 midnight

Koda King: “An exceptionally positive and contagious attitude”

Ronan High School’s boys wrestling team is having a great year, and junior Koda King is in the thick of it, wrestling in the 152-pound class. The highly motivated student athlete is the recipient of the Winslow Nichols Leadership Award from Logan Health.

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