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Polson Redevelopment Agency awards grants to local businesses Polson Redevelopment Agency awards grants to local businesses

Three Polson businesses will get significant upgrades, thanks to grants facilitated by the Polson Redevelopment Agency. The city commission approved funding for improvements to the exteriors of Pebble Creek Enterprises, LLC, Mission Valley Ice Arena Association, and Polson Theatres, Inc.  The businesses received the grants from the PRA Funding Program. The program funds projects that will improve unsightly, blighted areas in the city, increase tax revenue, and stimulate the local economy. PRA Chairman Gayle Siemers said that before the grants are finalized, the department of revenue would assess the projects to ensure that they will increase tax revenue in the city.  The fun...


Local artists share visual stories in new exhibit Local artists share visual stories in new exhibit

 Paint, wood, skulls, photos, and found objects were among the materials that local artists used to express their narratives in the Sandpiper Gallery’s “Let Me Tell You My Story” exhibit. “Every single piece tells a story,” member artist Charlie Fudge said at the recepti...


Tribal Health welcomes new specialist Tribal Health welcomes new specialist

News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS – On Friday, June 22 new health care provider Mary Shick joined Tribal Health. Mary is an Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, and Certified Diabetes Educator (AGNP, CDE). Mary joins Tribal Health in an increased effort to support Tribal Health recipient...


Sleep program recognizes St. Joes

News from Providence St. Joseph Medical Center POLSON – Providence St. Joseph Medical Center was recently recognized by the National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program as a “ Gold Safe Sleep Champion,” for their commitment to best practices and education on infant safe sleep. Th...


June 30 open house planned June 30 open house planned

Yellow Bay Fire Department Finley Point/YellowBay Fire Department will host their annual open house and fundraiser 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 30. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served and everyone is welcome. The Finley Point Fire Hall is located at 35408 MT Hwy. 35 across from the Finley Point Gri...


June 30 open house planned

Yellow Bay Fire Department Finley Point/YellowBay Fire Department will host their annual open house and fundraiser 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 30. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served and everyone is welcome. The Finley Point Fire Hall is located at 35408 MT Hwy. 35 across from the Finley Point Gri...


Direct primary care clinic to open in Polson Direct primary care clinic to open in Polson

It is no secret that health insurance can be confusing, expensive, and impersonal. Local doctor Cara Harrop will provide an alternative to that system when she opens a pureHealth DPC, a direct primary care clinic, in Polson this summer.  Harrop has practiced family medicine in the Mission Valley for ...


Nail professionals open Polson Nail & Spa

News from Polson Nail & Spa POLSON -- Polson Nail & Spa is not just a place to create pretty nails and pampered toes. It’s the achievement of a dream for Ann Nguyen and Danny Tran.  The couple talked about the dream of owning their own business when they first met. Together they wo...


Total Automotive moves to larger site Total Automotive moves to larger site

RONAN – Adam Granley is moving Total Automotive to a new 4,800 square-foot facility that sits on the same site where his grandfather Henry Miller had constructed and operated his own auto repair shop for nearly forty years. The new shop is located directly across from ACE Hardware on the corner of G...


Shortage of volunteers threatens to close Soup’s On Shortage of volunteers threatens to close Soup’s On

POLSON – Soup’s On has struggled to find enough volunteers to continue serving meals. The local soup kitchen will remain open for the summer, although volunteers who run the kitchen considered shutting down for a few months.  Soup’s On provides two hot meals a week to members of the...


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