Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Rob Zolman

Polson City Planning hears zoning change request Polson City Planning hears zoning change request

Cathie Tyler, co-owner of Polson Animal Clinic, and more than a dozen citizens addressed the City-County Planning Board on Tuesday, May 8, about a zoning petition requesting to rezone the current clinic building location from resort to general commercial/industrial. The vote by the planning board ended in...

Charlo boys, girls win district track titles Charlo boys, girls win district track titles

By Rob Zolman Valley Journal MISSOULA – The Charlo Vikings boys and girls both won the District 14C Track and Field Championships in Missoula on Friday and Saturday, with the Viking boys taking the District 14C title for the 16th consecutive season. Winning multiple titles for Charlo were Tyra...

Polson sweeps Lake County track meet Polson sweeps Lake County track meet

RONAN - The Polson High School boys and girls track teams each took first place out of six Mission Valley area schools competing at the Lake County track meet, Thursday at Ronan High School. The Polson girls brought home seven first place finishes, racking up 160 total points to finish slightly ahead of C...

MAC softball heats up as season progresses MAC softball heats up as season progresses

ST. IGNATIUS – The Mission-Arlee-Charlo (MAC) Bulldog girls softball team this season continues to exemplify the age-old adage “It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.”  After a shaky start to an already late spring season, MAC is heating up at the plate and in the ...

Boxing season ends with a victory Boxing season ends with a victory

HAMILTON – Boxing fans from across Montana witnessed the future of boxing and cheered on young talent this past weekend. The Hamilton Eagles Boxing Club hosted the 2018 Montana Junior Olympic Boxing Tournament at the Ravalli County Fairgrounds in Hamilton on Friday and Saturday. Three local boxers from...

Alpine Landscape and Design opens Polson storefront Alpine Landscape and Design opens Polson storefront

POLSON – Spring is finally here and it’s time to start thinking about the outside of your home.  To help with all your springtime landscaping needs, Alpine Landscape and Design is celebrating the grand opening of their new retail center and showroom on May 4. The store, located at 111 ...

Students learn about career options Students learn about career options

POLSON – The present met the future as entrepreneurs and professionals recently had a chance share their careers with Polson High School students during the first annual Career Connection Day on Monday, April 23. On hand were professionals from in and around the Mission Valley representing more than...

sports shorts for May 2, 2018 sports shorts for May 2, 2018

Track and Field Russ Pilcher Top 10: Top prep track and field athletes from the Mission Valley joined more than 300 competitors from 40 schools on Tuesday, April 24 in Missoula during the 20th annual Russ Pilcher Top 10 track and field meet. It was a big day for Polson Pirate hurdler Colton Cote, who...

School board approves bus purchase, awaits building report for Linderman Project School board approves bus purchase, awaits building report for Linderman Project

POLSON – Superintendent Rex Weltz provided an update on the Linderman Project during the Polson School Board’s last meeting on Monday, April 16. As it stands, the construction manager and structural engineer have the next 45-60 days to prepare a written assessment detailing the building’...

School support School support

About 300 runners gathered under cloudy skies on Saturday morning to stretch their legs and kick off the spring season in Arlee during the Buttercup run. The popular event is held each year to benefit the Friends of Arlee School, a non-profit group that provides mini-grants to teachers and awards scholars...


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