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Arlee CDC holds annual meeting

ARLEE — On Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m. in the Arlee High School Library, join the Board of the Arlee CDC for their annual meeting and to catch up on the Community Visioning event held in March 2017 along with information on actions being taken by volunteer committees. Add your voice to the dreams and visions for our community over the next five to 10 years.  If you have questions call 406-726-5550, email: info@arleecdc.org or visit us on Facebook at Arlee Community Development Corporation.


U.S. Air Force Selects S&K Aerospace for $559M Saudi F-15 Aircraft program support

ST. IGNATIUS – S&K Aerospace, LLC, has won a $559M contract with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) providing the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) F-15 supply services. S&K Aerospace is leading a team consisting of Parts and Repair Technical Services, Inc. (P.A.R.T.S), and Dalma Tech2. Upon award notificati...


All about cherries: statewide symposium held in Polson All about cherries: statewide symposium held in Polson

POLSON – Gibberellic acid, stem-free cherries and cherry powdery mildew were just some of the topics discussed at the third annual Montana Cherry Symposium, held Sept. 14 at KwaTaqNuk Resort.  Sponsored by the Montana Department of Agriculture, the one-day event featured speakers from Oregon, W...


Business idea event coming to Arlee

News from Arlee CDC “What Do I Do With This Idea ... .” A business resources event sponsored by Arlee CDC in partnership with Lake County Community Development Corporation (LCCDC) will be held on Thursday, Sept. 21 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Hangin’ Art Gallery, located on U.S. Highway 93 in ...


Fresh huckleberry pancakes attract diners to Huckleberry Patch Fresh huckleberry pancakes attract diners to Huckleberry Patch

POLSON – Those waiting for a new ice cream shop to open got their wish recently when Scoops Ice Cream Shack opened July 4.  The business offers 24 flavors including sherbet and sorbet, which are low dairy and non-dairy frozen treats.  One rather unique thing about the shop is the cones,...


New ice cream shop offers 24 flavors New ice cream shop offers 24 flavors

POLSON – Those waiting for a new ice cream shop to open got their wish recently when Scoops Ice Cream Shack opened July 4.  The business offers 24 flavors including sherbet and sorbet, which are low dairy and non-dairy frozen treats.  One rather unique thing about the shop is the cones,...


K-Laser treatment offered at Polson Family Chiropractic K-Laser treatment offered at Polson Family Chiropractic

POLSON – Those in need of some soft tissue healing have another option. Polson Family Chiropractic recently began offering K-Laser treatment. The K-Laser uses frequencies and an infrared light to stimulate the body’s tissue and bring oxygen and water to the affected area. Blood then removes wa...


Retriever Club donates $500 to Life Savers Animal Rescue Retriever Club donates $500 to Life Savers  Animal Rescue

News from the North West Montana Retriever Club POLSON — The North West Montana Retriever Club recently donated $500 to Life Savers Animal Rescue after researching rescue groups in the valley. LSAR was chosen as the proud and happy recipient of this honor.   The North West Montana Retrieve...


Coffee saloon, eatery opens in downtown Polson Coffee saloon, eatery opens in downtown Polson

POLSON – Opening a gathering place downtown was a dream turned reality for Jeff and Debra Blodgett when they opened Blodgett Creamery Coffee Saloon at 325 Main St. on June 30.  A lot of work was put into the effort, including a complete renovation of the building that the couple purchased from ...


Family ice cream business gives back Family ice cream business gives back

ST. IGNATIUS – Getting started in the ice cream business wasn’t an easy task for the owners of the Golden Yoke, but they made it happen. Connie Surber and Laura Ginsburg originally wanted to purchase a pasteurizing machine to make ice cream with milk from their farm. They started working on a ...


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