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St. Ignatius seniors for Oct. 13, 2021

ST. IGNATIUS — Once again, we would like to thank our dedicated volunteers and donors for making our yard sale and bake sale so successful. We will have another bake sale along with a craft sale right before the winter holidays, so stay tuned. On our menu for the week:    —  Friday, Oct. 15: lunch - tuna casserole, veggies, fruit and banana zucchini muffins —  Tuesday, Oct. 19: lunch - beef lasagna, salad, rolls, fruit, dessert —  Wednesday, Oct. 20: dinner - roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, veggies, fruit, dessert  Have a great week.  

Death of one-year-old child under investigation

POLSON — The suspicious death of a one-year child, who died Saturday, Oct. 2, is being investigated by the Polson Police Department. On Thursday, Sept. 30 Polson police, fire and ambulance responded to a Polson residence for the report of a one-year-old who wasn’t breathing. The child was transpo...

No place like home No place like home

MONTANA — Six years ago Angela Claver sold her home in Great Falls and decided to move to Polson to work in the public library. She had visited friends in the area previously and knew that finding housing wouldn’t be easy. Even then, housing was hard to come by, especially something affordable. S...

‘Gofundme’ drive started for Polson woman needing liver transplant ‘Gofundme’ drive started for Polson woman needing liver transplant

POLSON — A fundraiser has been set up through the gofundme fundraising platform to help pay for medical bills and a liver transplant for Polson resident Pam Weivoda, 56. According to fundraiser organizer Kathy Devlin, Pam “has been in declining health for the past three years enduring many tests ...

Water management board applicants sought

MONTANA — Since the Secretary of Interior signed off on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai-Montana Compact Sept. 17, state and tribal governments are moving ahead to establish the Water Management Board, charged with administering water rights on the reservation. County Commissioners in the four c...

Legislative Notes

This month, U.S. Senators began the markup of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget resolution package. This rubber-meets-road moment seems to have given pause to some in their party whose votes will be needed to get a bill through Congress and across the President’s desk.   Among them is Monta...

Pirates shut out Wildcats as Polson celebrates homecoming Pirates shut out Wildcats as Polson celebrates homecoming

POLSON — The City of Polson was drenched in the colors of purple and gold on Friday afternoon as Polson High School celebrated the fall tradition of homecoming with the traditional homecoming parade down Main Street. During the mid-afternoon parade, students threw candy and waved at the crowds as th...

St. Ignatius seniors for Oct. 6, 2021

ST. IGNATIUS — Thank you to all who donated and volunteered at the yard and bake sale on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1 and 2. It was well attended, and we had lots of folks stay for lunch.  It was a wonderful community gathering. The Lake County Health department will give out flu shots on Oct. 6...

Dixon seniors for Oct. 6, 2021

DIXON — The Dixon Senior Center continues to serve our community and hopes everyone is staying happy and healthy. All are invited to come enjoy dinner, breakfast, and/or play pinochle. Meals will be served Monday and Thursday evenings at 5 p.m. Meals are $4 per serving and are deliverable to Dixon resi...

Polson seniors for Oct. 6, 2021

POLSON — The Polson Senior Center and Safeway Pharmacy are offering a Flu Shot Clinic at the center, 504 Third Ave. E., on Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to noon. Pneumonia shots are also available. We are seeking a kitchen assistant. Come to the center for an application or call 406-883-4735. Yo...

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