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Two Eagle photographers exhibit work at museum Two Eagle photographers exhibit work at museum

  MISSOULA – The Missoula Art Museum opened an exhibit with the photographic work of 14 current and former Two Eagle River School students on Friday. At the museum, three floors are filled with paintings, sculptures, and other mixed media work. Contemporary giant Robert Rauschenberg’s piece is on the top floor.  Down the stairs and to the right, the students’ work hangs in a row on both sides of a long hallway. The work is focused on a collaborative theme around the city life of New York with buildings, people, concrete, and a bit of nature.  Teacher and photographer David Spear took the students to New York on a photography field trip in 2016 fo...

Peer group for drug addicts opens in Ronan Peer group for drug addicts opens in Ronan

RONAN —  A new evening recovery center for drug addicts, the Never Alone Recovery Hall, recently opened on Main Street thanks to the combined efforts of Don Roberts and a supportive community. Twenty people from an addiction-focused support group are helping, Farmers Insurance agent Diane Ivano...

Volunteers needed to serve free community meals Volunteers needed to serve free community meals

A hot meal can be the centerpiece for socializing or fill the gnawing ache of hunger for those in need. Many free meals in Lake County from Polson to St. Ignatius provide both food and friendship for folks who need either.  JourneyBe Pastor John Payne in Polson said people sit down to the weekly meal...

Access best hunting spots Access best hunting spots

News from the Bureau of Land Management FORT BENTON – Hunters looking to feed their families or mount the next record-breaking trophy to their wall have their sights set on the heart of Montana. Whether stalking or ambushing, the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument Transportation Map ...

Polson man flies over mountains, desert in 1,000 mile adventure Polson man flies over mountains, desert in 1,000 mile adventure

POLSON – Over the past week and a half, Polson resident Jack Nordberg and seven other adventurous aviators embarked on a grueling cross-country paramotor race known as the Icarus Trophy. Billed as the “toughest air race in the world” by the race organizers, the Icarus Trophy is a near 1,...

Mack Days week three results announced

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes The third weekend of 2017 Fall Mack Days was a rock and roll weekend for the lake trout anglers on Flathead Lake. The boats were high in the air in some cases on Friday-Sunday with wind gusts blowing off and on all weekend. Winds brought on huge wave...

St. Ignatius

ST. IGNATIUS — The leaves are green, the nuts are brown; they hang so high they won’t come down. Leave them alone till frosty weather; they will come down together. There will be an AARP Safe Driving Class at our center on Nov. 3 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Please call the center at 406-745-4462, ...


POLSON — I am writing this while visiting in Minnesota. Our great-granddaughter is even more precious in person. It would be a good idea at this time to know where your snow shovels are. Ryan, the veterans’ representative, will be here on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the regular time of 10 a.m.-noo...

Candy shop closing after three decades Candy shop closing after  three decades

People filled a small candy shop, known as the Hummingbird, on Saturday to say goodbye to Arlee’s longest continuously owned business. Colleen Despain traveled from Lolo to stock up on her favorite treats before the doors closed. Saturday was the last official day the store was open, although the do...

New scientific assessment to aid Montanans in dealing with future impacts of climate change

News from Montana State University Bozeman BOZEMAN – Montana has already felt the effects of a changing climate and will continue to feel further impacts in the coming decades, according to a new, scientific assessment that looks at past climate trends and how they are projected to change in the f...

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