Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Mary Auld

Partisan elections explained

The winner of the election for Lake County Sheriff will be determined by the June 5 primary this year. There are two candidates for the position: David Coffman and incumbent Don Bell. Both have filed as Republicans. Therefore, the candidate who gets the most votes on the Republican primary ballot will be the...

Updates on Lake County elections

In the upcoming elections, residents in precincts POL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 will vote at the Polson Middle School gymnasium rather than the Linderman Elementary School gymnasium. Those voting at the middle school should park at the south end of the New Life Church parking lot. Elderly voters and those wi...

Digital currency mining explained

Digital currencies are types of money that exist only in digital form. Unlike paper or coin money, digital currencies do not have a physical form. However, just like U.S. dollars, digital currencies can be traded, earned, and exchanged for other forms of currency. Cryptocurrencies are a variety of dig...

Polson City Commission approves sublease

Polson has not historically been a mining town, but a new company could bring a distinctively 21st century industry to Polson: cryptocurrency mining. This week the Polson City Commission voted unanimously to allow the sublease of a building on city property to CryptoWatt Mining LLC. The company “mines&...

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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