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MT 988 Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Crisis Lifeline offers support MT 988 Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Crisis Lifeline offers support

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare MONTANA — Montana’s 988 Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. across Montana. The MT 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is an effective, life-saving safety net for those experiencing a mental health crisis, especially those with nowhere else to turn.  Connect   All calls to the MT 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline are answered by trained  workers at three regional call centers around the state. All Montana crisis centers are accredited, provide training for counselo...


St. Ignatius seniors for Aug. 3, 2022

                            ST. IGNATIUS — Our first August evening meal is a favorite; we will serve Indian tacos with all the fixings, coleslaw, fruit and apple crisp on Aug. 3. Michelle does such a wonderful job and we are looking...

Polson seniors for Aug. 3, 2022

POLSON — We are open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays. Lunch is available from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. weekdays. We deliver meals to qualified persons; call 406-883-4735, Email: polsonseniorcenter@gmail.com, or visit us at 504 Third Ave. E. Our hall is air conditioned. Cool your heels with us. ACT...

Zoning meeting highlights short term rental concerns Zoning meeting highlights short term rental concerns

POLSON — No one disputed the fact that short-term vacation rentals are proliferating in Lake County at last week’s hearing in the overflowing county commission chamber. But most people in the room and on Zoom were not putting out the welcome mat – especially in the area under consideration ...

Fire Danger is HIGH on the Flathead Indian Reservation

News from The Division of Fire RONAN — The Division of Fire officials want to update the public on the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes fire danger. The Flathead Indian Reservations fire danger is at High.   Although no restrictions are in place at this time, the extended forecast...

What to know about smoke and health this summer

MONTANA — When wildfire smoke billows from its source and lingers in the air, the haze brings coughs and questions for many Montana residents. Among them: How should I interpret air quality ratings? How does smoke affect my indoor air quality? Is it safe to walk my dog or head out for a hike today? ...

This month’s fishing setup This month’s fishing setup

Rattle D Zastors are fish getters! Lake trout under the whitefish and mixed in with them. Lake trout generally stay close to the bottom. 40 to 65 feet is the target for jigging. 

Over the River and Through the Woods opens Over the River and  Through the Woods opens

News and Photo from Port Polson Players POLSON — The character Nick (played by Kai McDonald) is surrounded by his loving grandparents (clockwise from left) Ron Martin-Dent, Neal Lewing, Karen Lewing and Ann Peacock) who try every trick in the book to prevent their grandson from moving away from th...

Professional outfitter speaks at Co-op Brewery Professional outfitter speaks at Co-op Brewery

RONAN — A special speaker is among this month’s events at the Ronan Cooperative Brewery. On July 21 expert outfitter Smoke Elser paid a visit to share his experiences in the Montana wilderness.  Originally from Ohio, Elser moved to Montana in 1955 to work for the Forest Service in Helena,...

Flathead Cherry Festival Celebrates history, community

POLSON – The Polson Business Community has been hard at work planning the 23rd annual Flathead Cherry Festival featuring local art, vendors, food, and cherries. We invite you to Downtown Polson- Saturday, July 30, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, July 31, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., to celebrate the history of the Fl...

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