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Apply for 2019 Polson Rotary Festival for Youth event

News form the Polson Rotary Club POLSON — The Polson Rotary is now accepting applications for its annual fundraiser. The Polson Rotary Festival for Youth event is a yearly endeavor to raise money to benefit the youth in the Mission Valley. In the past eight years the Polson Rotary has distributed some $315,000 to various programs for the benefit of youth in the Mission Valley. Examples of Rotary signature projects include: improvements to the baseball fields, building a climbing wall, improvements to Riverside Park, improvements to the Mariners baseball field, purchasing a van for Boys and Girls Club, Mission Valley Aquatics, Polson Softball Association, Polson Youth Soccer fi...


Bison Range 'logical addition' to tribal conservation lands Bison Range 'logical addition' to tribal conservation lands

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes   PABLO – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have notified the Montana Congressional delegation and the U.S. Department of the Interior that we would like to revisit the proposal to restore the National Bison Range to federal trust...


Polson doctor receives honor for anti-smoking education Polson doctor receives honor for anti-smoking education

POLSON – The fifth-grade classes at the Polson Middle School gathered on Wednesday afternoon to celebrate and congratulate Dr. Cara Harrop for her 15 years of dedication to delivering an anti-smoking message to students in the Mission Valley.  “We are fortunate to have someone to come and...


Mission Valley Museum Consortium shares news

ST. IGNATIUS St. Ignatius Mission Church The St. Ignatius Mission Church is known for its frescoes and murals which were damaged when a 100-year-old support beam cracked.  The St. Ignatius Mission Church anticipates continuation of the restoration this summer. The Mission Church is open dail...


Head Over Heels gymnasts finish strong at state championships Head Over Heels gymnasts finish strong at state championships

HELENA – Local gymnast Taylor Collinge powered to her best beam routine of the season to claim individual balance beam gold in the Xcel Platinum division during the March 17 Montana State Gymnastics Championship hosted by Helena Athletics Club at Carroll College in Helena. “(Taylor) had a grea...


Polson beautification fundraising underway

POLSON – They say it takes a village to raise a child. It also takes community member support to beautify the unique village of Polson. For more than 20 years, beautiful flower baskets have graced downtown Polson throughout the summer months and holiday decorations during the holidays. These baskets an...


Flathead Lake stars in new 1970s novel Flathead Lake stars in new 1970s novel

POLSON – Local author Maggie Plummer has published a new novel entitled “Bell-Bottom Gypsy: A Jessie Morgan Novel.” The first in a four-book series, the novel is a departure from the author’s two works of historical fiction, “Spirited Away” and “Daring Passage.&rdquo...


‘Lamb of God’ musical returns, donations benefit historic church restoration ‘Lamb of God’ musical returns, donations benefit historic church restoration

News from "Lamb of God" organizers An incredible, unbelievable interfaith cast of talented soloists, narrators, choir and symphony orchestra are bringing this powerful and stirring biblical masterpiece to the Mission Valley for one more Easter season. Performances will be held on April 3, 5, and 7 at th...


Briefs for March 27, 2019

Funding application deadline for easement program approaches BOZEMAN — The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program Wetlands Reserve Easements. While NRCS accepts easement applications on a continuous bas...


Ronan seniors for March 27, 2019

RONAN — The weather has finally started to convince us that maybe we will make it through winter and I for one am so happy to see the sun again.  There are only a couple more Wednesdays to get your taxes done at the center. If you are still needing to file your taxes, call 406-676-2371, ask for...


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