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Mission Valley Live brings music experiences to children Mission Valley Live brings music experiences to children

RONAN – Kids bounced, dipped, and twirled to live music with high energy levels at the new location for the Boys & Girls Club on Thursday. “It felt so happy,” said Kyri Uhrich, 11, of the fast-moving beat.  Mission Valley Live brought the music to the club and to a few schools in the area to let kids experience the performing arts. Several years ago, MVL hosted a community concert series, but in the past three years they’ve changed their vision. “We realized schools no longer have the money to bring musicians in for students to have that experience,” said Tricia Campbell, MVL member. “So, we started working with schools in an outre...


St. Ignatius

ST. IGNATIUS — Easter Egg Hunts: Proof your child can find things when they really want to. Our center have exercise classes at 11 a.m. on Tuesday and everyone is welcome. The ukulele group will meet on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7 p.m. The card party will be held on the seco...

Ronan

RONAN — Well the calendar says spring is here. I am so looking forward to the flowers blooming and the birds singing and the trees leafing out. Nature is so wonderful this time of year.  There is a lot going on at the Ronan Senior Center this week. On Wednesday we will hold our Spring Fling Day...

Polson

POLSON — By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right he usually has a son who thinks he’s wrong. Plan ahead now for the AARP Safe Driving course on April 17. Call 406-883-4735 to get on the list. Senior bowling results for March 30 have Cris Alter sweeping women’s high ...

Veteran Spotlight Veteran Spotlight

Today in 2017 Ray spends a lot of time on duty at the Ronan VFW, but it didn’t take long to get him remembering back to January 1966, when he was a senior in high school in Arkansas. He got a service deferment until after graduation by taking what he calls “Kiddie Cruise Enlistment.” This p...

KEEP OUT KEEP OUT

RAVALLI – Efforts to keep invasive mussels out of Flathead Lake are in full force again this year as watercraft inspection stations opened in Ravalli, Blue Bay and Kalispell last week.  Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are teaming up and doubling ...

Join the Mussel Walk, help save our waters

News from CSKT, Flathead Lakers SALISH POINT —  The Flathead Lake CSKT Mussel Walk will host events about invasive mussels on Thursday, April 12, from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Salish Point. There will be student activities on invasive mussel identification and life history, how to clean, drain,...

Commissioners begin process to repeal development regulations Commissioners begin process to repeal development regulations

LAKE COUNTY – The Lake County Density Map and Regulations are one step closer to being used as advisory documents in growth planning instead of being regulatory in the county. The documents impact land use decisions for private property.  Lake County Commissioners unanimously passed a resolutio...

Luck o' the Irish Luck o' the Irish

News from TRIC RONAN — The Ronan Irish Community, TRIC,  once again would like to thank all the St. Patrick’s Day Parade participants, judges, and spectators who braved the cold weather to attend the 29th year of this event.   The winners in this year’s parade are as follo...

Lake County students join national protest Lake County students join national protest

 LAKE COUNTY – Students in several Lake County schools joined tens of thousands of teenagers in a national walk out on Wednesday, March 14, at 10 a.m. to remember 17 students and staff killed by gun violence at a Florida high school exactly one month before the walk out. Not everyone supported the...

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