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Arlee’s ‘Friends’ continue to donate

Recently, the Friends of Arlee Schools, Inc. have been able to give money to the Arlee schools in the form of equipment and classroom supplies not covered by the school’s budget. In December, teachers were asked to submit applications detailing what they need in their classrooms. The Friends board distributed about $200 per teacher request, totaling about $5,000 overall.  The Friends of Arlee Schools, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. For the past 12 years, the Friends have given about $60,000 in teacher grants and about $100,000 in scholarships to Arlee graduating seniors.  The world-famous Buttercup Run kicks off our spring fundraising drive. So dust off those ...


Arlee teacher honored for ‘teaching tolerance’

ARLEE – The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance project will recognize five outstanding educators with the Teaching Tolerance Award for excellence in culturally responsive teaching on Jan. 25 in Washington, D.C. Arlee High School teacher Anna E. Baldwin is among the honorees. The ...

Film festival tickets available

POLSON — The Flathead Lake International Cinemafest is Feb. 1-3 in Polson. Weekend events will take place at the KwaTaqNuk and Showboat Cinema.  Local judges Karen Lewing, David W. King and Mac Swan screened films submitted for FLIC.  “The films that our judges selected,” sa...

RMS student photographers to showcase work RMS student photographers to showcase work

RONAN — There’s no shortage of creativity in Ronan Middle School.  Images reflecting the imagination and skill of young photographers from the school aptly demonstrate that point. Students in fifth through eighth grades will display their talents at a photographic art show Friday, Jan....

Ronan students warm hearts with new play

RONAN — Tired of the dreary winter weather? Come to the Ronan Performing Arts Center and share some summer fun with us. “Surf’s Up” is playing Jan. 18 and 19 at 7 p.m.  The middle school production of “Surf’s Up” is just what the doctor would order for all of...

People’s Voice now registered nonprofit

We are proud to announce that the People’s Voice is now a nonprofit organization, The People’s Voice, Inc. Carlita Gonzales has left The People’s Voice on her own volition as of Dec. 6. On Monday, Dec. 17, Sharon Rosenbaum and Elden White met with Tribal Council Chairman Joe Durglo to...

Nominees sought for public health award

The Lake County Board of Health is now accepting nominations for the fourth annual Virginia Reber Public Health Award. This award honors a county resident or entity that has furthered public health principles in Lake County and the Flathead Reservation. Some suggested public health areas of involvement inclu...

Credit union fights hunger with food drive

For the third year running, Whitefish Credit Union, Montana’s largest credit union, has pledged to donate $1 to local food banks in need for every pound of food collected by their branches during their annual “Cash and Cans Food Drive.” The food drive began Jan. 7 and continues until Feb. 4...

Montana weather preferred

RONAN — Well here we are, halfway through January and it’s snowing, the wind is blowing and the temperature has dropped. All of that sure beats floods, tornadoes and hurricanes. So, I guess we still live in a great place. We had 49 people brave the weather last Thursday to attend our evening m...

Annual Polar Plunge continues to chill brave souls in Polson Annual Polar Plunge continues to chill brave souls in Polson

Local thrill-seekers gathered in Polson's Riverside Park for a frigid splash into Flathead Lake on New Year's Day, where the annual Polar Plunge offers a fun, family-friendly way to ring in the New Year. With an outside temperature of about 28 degrees Fahrenheit, resident expert Dave Bull said the lake ...

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