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Local 4-H celebrates 100 years Local 4-H celebrates 100 years

RONAN — Together, generations of people celebrated 100 years of 4-H in Montana during the 2012 Lake County 4-H achievement program held Oct. 14 at the community center in Ronan. The annual achievement program is when Lake County members are recognized for their hard work and accomplishments throughout the year. This year was special, as it was the wrap-up for celebrating 100 years of 4-H in Montana. Lake County 4-H ambassadors prepared and presented the evening’s program, with Hannah Vaughan and Alanna Carlson doing a slideshow of photos from the past year’s events and activities. Claudia Hewston served as emcee for the festivities and Brittany Evelo, Natalee Wheeler and M...


Invasive species threaten Mission Valley Invasive species threaten Mission Valley

MISSION VALLEY — According to the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Library, invasive species are defined as, “non-native (or alien) to the ecosystem under consideration and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm t...

SKC president resigns SKC president resigns

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College President Dr. Luana Ross resigned last week, citing “Irreconcilable visions between myself and some members of the governing board.” According to a press release, Ross’ resignation is effective immediately. SKC Board of Directors Chairman Jim Durglo ...

Fisher fatality still under investigation

POLSON — Pablo resident Nathan Fisher suffered blunt force injuries in a one-car crash in Valley View on Oct. 6. The accident happened about 5:30 p.m. when Fisher, 25, was driving south on Valley View Road in Polson. The Mercury Mountaineer he was driving drifted across the road, broke through the fenc...

School board raises administrative salaries School board raises administrative salaries

POLSON — Trustees voted 4 to 2 at the October school board meeting to give administrators in the Polson School District a 2-percent raise. In addition to the salary increase, administrators received two more personal days, bringing their total up to seven per year. Each administrator also receives full...

Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence

POLSON — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Domestic Violence Education and Services hosted its annual “Taking a Stand Against Domestic Violence” awards luncheon at the Big Sky Art Bistro on Oct. 10.  “These awards were a result of nominations from throughout La...

Polson candidate forum showcases civility Polson candidate forum showcases civility

POLSON — In an election season marred by blind accusations, distortion of facts and horrific political attack ads featuring mudslinging and half-truths by both parties at the state and federal level, civility has become an uncommon phenomenon.  That was not the case during the Polson Chamber of...

Polson man celebrates 90 years Polson man celebrates 90 years

POLSON — “Harding was still president,” Melvin “Mel” Mohler said, of his birth on Oct. 25, 1922. “I’ve gone through 17 presidents.” Polson resident Mohler said one of his fondest memories was listening to Herbert Hoover’s inauguration on the radio at s...

Heart and Soul plans neighborhood get-together

Polson Heart and Soul Project kicks off its first neighborhood gathering at McCrumb’s Barn, 33213 Finley Point Rd., 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21.  Fun, good conversation and free food are planned and babysitting services are available.  Everyone of all ages is welcome to attend with special em...

Public hearing planned on recreation rules

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council of the Flathead Indian Reservation announces the availability of proposed recreation regulations for the 2013-14 Bird Hunting, Fishing, and Recreation Regulations for non-members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes from March 1, 2013, to Feb. 28,...

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