Valley Journal
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Ronan Seniors for Nov. 21, 2018

RONAN —Thanksgiving will soon be here and I hope people take not only that day but every day to count their blessings and be thankful for what you have. We sometimes feel we have nothing but there is always someone who is worse off than we are.  Thanksgiving dinner will be served at the Ronan Senior Center on Wednesday, Nov. 21, so if you are looking for a good meal, at a reasonable price, come and join us.  The foot clinic will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 21, from 9-11 a.m. There will also be someone here to check and clean hearing aids.  The senior center will be closed on Friday, Nov. 23.  The menu for the coming week is:  —  Wed...


Fall Mack Days ends with many awards

News from CSKT FLATHEAD LAKE – Fall Mack Days 2018 ended on Nov. 11 with a total of 15,408 lake trout entries. There were up to $150,000 in cash and prizes awarded, sponsored by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The event is a tool that used to help reduce the numbers of non-native lake t...

Shooting suspect arrested after high speed chase

RONAN – A 16-year-old shooting suspect was taken into custody by law enforcement on Saturday, Nov. 17, according to a report from the Ronan Police Department. The 25-year-old shooting victim is in stable condition. Names are not being released at this time.  The incident began when the Ronan Po...

16-year-old shooting suspect sought

The Ronan Police Department responded to reports of an individual seeking treatment at St. Luke Community hospital at 4:33 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15 for a gunshot wound. The 25-year-old shooting victim is in stable condition. The incident occurred on 12th Avenue NW in Ronan. The shooting suspect is a 16-year...

Lake County predicts close Senate race Lake County predicts close Senate race

 LAKE COUNTY – Ballots for the 2018 General Election were still being counted during the early morning hours in Lake County after the Tuesday, Nov. 6, election day.  The unofficial count was finally finished and ready to be recorded on the state’s website around 5 a.m. on Wednesday. ...

Polson police chief to act as interim city manager

POLSON – Polson Police Chief Wade Nash’s job responsibilities have increased since Nov. 7.  At their regular meeting, Polson City commissioners unanimously authorized Nash to act as interim city manager until a contract officially appointing him could be finalized. Nash has been police ch...

Unexpected resignations rattle City of Polson

POLSON – A series of employees in leadership positions have left vacancies in the City of Polson’s staff. On Oct. 22, the commission held a special meeting to renew city manager Mark Shrives’ contract, offering him only a one-year employment agreement. The following day Shrives declined ...

Arlee community meets to discuss gun incident Arlee community meets to discuss gun incident

ARLEE – An Arlee High School student put a nonworking BB gun in a backpack and got on a school bus on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Principal Jim Taylor found out about the weapon during the morning hours and removed it from the student’s possession. The student was sent home with a parent. Lake County Sch...

Polson officers now carry naloxone hydrochloride Polson officers now carry naloxone hydrochloride

News from Polson Police Sergeant George Simpson POLSON – The mission of your Polson Police Department is to make Polson a safe and pleasant place to live, work, learn and play.  Our business is community service and we are in a constant learning mode to enact positive changes to the ways we c...

Students salute area veterans for their service Students salute area veterans for their service

RONAN – Glacier View School students gathered together on Thursday afternoon to pay special tribute to the women and men who served in the armed forces.  The students worked hard for weeks in preparation for their annual celebration by decorating the school with thank-you messages and rehearsin...

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