Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Rob Zolman

Spring sports postponed amid pandemic Spring sports postponed amid pandemic

POLSON – Empty bleachers and an ominous silence filled Mission Valley tracks, tennis courts and softball parks during what would have been the official start to the 2020 prep spring sport season.  The Montana High School Association announced the health-related hiatus on Monday, March 16, that ...

Polson Lake Monsters make a splash Polson Lake Monsters make a splash

POLSON – Nearly 400 youth swimmers and swim fans converged at the Mission Valley Aquatic Center on March 7-8 for the B/C State Championships Swim Meet.  In all, there were 14 clubs represented from around Western Montana, including Polson’s Lake Monsters, who competed in more than 200 eve...

Warriors, Pirates wrap up season at state Warriors, Pirates wrap up season at state

BILLINGS — The Polson Pirates and the Arlee Warriors boys’ basketball programs each saw their 2020 seasons come to a close in the opening rounds of their respective Class A and Class B Montana State Basketball tournaments last weekend. Despite the state tournament losses, the Pirates maintaine...

State tournaments begins for two local teams State tournaments begins for two local teams

POLSON – It is state basketball tournament time for the Class A Polson Pirates and Class B Arlee Warriors as both teams head off to their respective class tournaments that begin at the end of the week. After a two year hiatus from state tournament action, the 13-9 Polson Pirates re-enter tournament ...

Scientific curiosity encouraged during family night Scientific curiosity encouraged during family night

RONAN – Ronan students and their families explored the mysteries of the world during Family Science Night at the K. William Harvey Elementary on Thursday evening. “This event gives families an opportunity to come out, be part of the school community and get involved with their students,”...

Buck signs with Montana Tech Cross Country Buck signs with Montana Tech Cross Country

ST. IGNATIUS – Lady Bulldog senior Karolyna Buck signed her national letter of intent to continue both her cross-country and track careers at Montana Tech in Butte on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at the St. Ignatius High School. Buck has garnered numerous all-conference accolades on both the volleyball and b...

Mission Valley locals headline fundraiser talent show extravaganza Mission Valley locals headline fundraiser talent show extravaganza

POLSON – Get ready for a fun-filled evening of laughter, music and magic during this year’s Mission Valley Has Talent competition on Friday, March 13, at the Polson High School Auditorium. The Mission Valley Children’s Choir will open the annual fundraiser talent show, while Tribal Waves...

POLSON – Once the new clubhouse is complete, the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County and the Flathead Reservation will be able to serve more than 200 children at their new facility, up from 40, the capacity of their current Polson site. The new clubhouse, being built across the street from the Polson...

Charlo takes 4th place in tournament Charlo takes 4th place in tournament

The Charlo Lady Vikings battled their way to a fourth-place finish during the Western C Divisional tournament last weekend in Frenchtown. Charlo opened the tournament on Thursday evening with a close 31-29 win over the Manhattan Christian Lady Eagles. The 14C district champs fell behind early to the Lady ...

Pirates headed to state basketball tourney Pirates headed to state basketball tourney

RONAN – During the three-day Western A Divisional basketball tournament held at the Ronan Event Center this past weekend, the Polson Pirates earned a fourth-place finish and a state basketball tournament bracket spot while the Ronan Chiefs and Maidens closed out their respective seasons. Up against ...


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