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St. ignatius seniors for April 20, 2022

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Senior Center continues to host the gentle yoga class until weather permits outdoor practice. The class meets on Wednesdays from 1-2:30 p.m. Please join us. Menu for the week:   —  Friday, April 29: tater tot casserole with beef, green beans, fruit, chocolate chip cookies —  Tuesday, May 3: chicken, rice, veggies, fruit, applesauce bars —  Wednesday, May 4: dinner - hamburger steak, gravy, potatoes, rolls, veggies, “cherries in the snow”  —  Friday, May 6: spaghetti w/meat sauce, corn, rolls, fruit, sweet potato blondies  Please join us for bingo on May 14 and at ou...


Richwine’s Burgerville celebrates 60 years in the family Richwine’s Burgerville celebrates 60 years in the family

POLSON — In 1962, a loaf of bread cost 22 cents. A gallon of gas cost 31 cents. A lot can change in 60 years, but some things stay the same. As of today, April 20, Polson’s own Richwine’s Burgerville has been open for 60 years, and it’s still owned and operated by the Richwine family....

Polson school bond vote approaches Polson school bond vote approaches

POLSON — At Cherry Valley Elementary in Polson, the wriggly kindergarten and first grade students forming a line for recess are among those whose futures will be most impacted by votes cast in the next few weeks. After all, these kids are apt to spend the next 12 years learning, playing, and growing in...

Water management board discusses interim approach

POLSON — When the Flathead Reservation Water Management Board met last week in Polson, members unanimously agreed to move ahead with two pivotal decisions: advertising for a water engineer and establishing an interim approach for processing domestic water allowances.  The five-member board conv...

Hot Springs students revive local museum Hot Springs students revive local museum

HOT SPRINGS — A group of high school students in Hot Springs were awarded a $5,000 grant on April 14 from the Montana History Foundation for their upcoming work on the LaRue Hot Springs Museum. The Youth Entrepreneur/Jobs for Montana Graduates (YE/JMG) class is a combined program under a national um...

Brewery event nets more than $1,000 for Ronan fire department Brewery event nets more than $1,000 for Ronan fire department

RONAN — The Ronan Cooperative Brewery and the Ronan Volunteer Fire Department teamed up on April 1 to raise funds for local first responders.  According to head brewer Jim Myers, the idea to partner with community organizations for fundraisers dates back to the start of the brewery, when organi...

Community concerts benefit Helping Hands Community concerts benefit Helping Hands

LAKE COUNTY — Community voices rang out together on April 10 and 11 in choir concerts benefiting both the Mission Valley Choral Society and Helping Hands.  Helping Hands is a local non-profit that addresses the needs of individuals and families in Lake County. Supported in part by area churches...

Local kids have a hoppin’ good time Local kids have a hoppin’ good time

LAKE COUNTY — Overcast skies, snow, and brisk winds couldn’t keep hundreds of egg-cited children from having a hoppin’ good time this past weekend at various community sponsored Easter Egg Hunts held throughout the Mission Valley. “We had an eggs-traordinary turn out this year,&rdq...

St. Ignatius seniors for April 20, 2022

ST. IGNATIUS — I hope everyone had a good Easter weekend. We will be having a belated Easter dinner on Wednesday, April 20. Menu for the week:   — Wednesday, April 20: dinner at 5:30: ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls, cherry pie salad, veggies and Amish sugar cookies — &n...

Dixon seniors for April 20, 2022

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. Meals will be served Monday and Thursday evenings at 5 p.m. Meals are $4 per serving and are deliverable to Dixon residents upon request. We are also a...

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