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Polson Youth Soccer sets fall schedule

POLSON — This year, the Polson Youth Soccer Association has two fall soccer programs.    

First, the new middle school competitive soccer program has a quick turn around for registration.

There will be a minimum of eight games against other local communities. Practices will be held one-night per week with games held on Thursdays or Saturdays. The cost for participation is $100, which includes a uniform. Registration has been temporarily extended past Aug. 12.

Second, the recreational soccer program will practice one-night per week and play one-game per week. Players may rotate based on their skill level. The cost to participate is $60, and the registration deadline is Sept. 1.

If you wish to play in the middle school competitive soccer program and have already registered for the recreational soccer program, let Rene know at or call 406-249-7714, and you will be switched over and your fee adjusted.

For more information contact Robert Turner at, and for fall competititve league (middle school) information contact Adam Fansher at 406-871-5965 or 


FWP to discuss special hunt in Libby 

KALISPELL — In response to the detection of chronic wasting disease in the Libby area, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is selling 600 antlerless white-tailed deer B licenses for the upcoming archery and general hunting seasons.

 The Special CWD B licenses will go on sale starting at 8 a.m. at select providers in northwest Montana. Starting at 10 a.m., hunters will be able to purchase licenses online at Hunters can purchase up to two Special CWD B licenses. Anyone who purchases a Special CWD Hunt license will receive a letter with additional information, or hunters can visit for more info.

The Special CWD B licenses can only be used in the Libby CWD Management, which includes portions of Hunting Districts 100, 103 and 104. The hunt will occur at the same time as the archery and general hunting season and follow the same regulations for dates, weapon restrictions and access. A CWD public information meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the KwaTaqNuk Resort in Polson.


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