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Charlo students brighten stage with musical production

CHARLO — Hippies, swing dancing, the Backstreet Boys, the Spice Girls, the jitter bug and Aretha Franklin all graced Charlo’s stage on Tuesday night for the unforgettable performance “Entertainment that Stands the Test of Time.” Over 35 Charlo Middle School and High School students sang, danced and acted their way through the musical performance, which drama teacher Keith Grebetz can only describe as a “montage of music and dancing.” The musical production travels through seven decades of music and breaks each decade with a humorous skit. Due to scheduling conflicts, the Charlo students only had a week and a half to practice for their production....


Mission gets new police car

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Town Council voted to add a new Dodge Charger to its police department fleet at last week’s council meeting. So far in the 2009-2010 fiscal year, the town’s revenue is greater than anticipated, particularly due to revenue from court fines and police STEP g...


Community discusses Jocko Valley trails

ARLEE — A community meeting March 3 gave Arlee area residents a chance to share ideas and get up to speed with the latest work of the Jocko Valley Trails Committee. Formed four years ago just after the Arlee Community Development Corporation got its start, the Jocko Valley Trails Committee is a grou...


Council approves interim zoning for medical marijuana

RONAN — Following a lengthy discussion on the conditions of the sale and growth of medical marijuana, the Ronan City Council restricted the sale and growth of the substance to the highway commercial zone and excluding it from the line of sight from any schools in the area. Medical marijuana providers w...


Woman dead after motorcycle wreck

RAVALLI — A 46-year-old Missoula woman was killed in a crash on her motorcycle early Sunday afternoon on U.S. Highway 93 just south of Ravalli.  The wreck happened around 12:45 p.m. when a wheel popped off of a single axle trailer being pulled behind a northbound Ford Explorer, Montana Highway ...


Good choice

Young watercolorists painted a clump of quaking aspens while other PMS students snowshoed through the pines and snow on Blacktail Mountain.  These activities were just a couple of the fun things offered on Healthy Choices Day at Polson Middle School on March 5.  According to PMS Counselor Kat...


Feiler wins Saved by the Belt Award

POLSON — “The baby slept through it all,” Abigail Feiler said.  Feiler was talking about an accident she, her children and her younger sister were in on Dec. 23 about four miles south of Niarada.  “I was going home on Highway 28 when I hit black ice,” Abigail Fei...


Construction nearly complete on new food pantry

Construction workers, concrete trucks, drywall installers and masons have been swarming over the old Folkshop building at 904 1 Street E. The building is being remodeled and updated under contractor Hu Beaver’s expert guidance and will serve as the new home for Loaves and Fish Food Pantry. Loaves an...


Chase presents awards at city commission meeting

POLSON — At the Polson City Commission meeting on March 1, Polson Police Chief Doug Chase presented a series of awards to Polson Police Officers. Chase was joined by Tribal Law Enforcement Chief Craige Couture and Montana Highway Patrol Captain Clancy King and Sergeant Randy Owen, who presented awards ...


Motorcyclist crashes on 93

 RONAN — Rather than be apprehended by Ronan police, James Adams attempted to outrun officer David Bennett and crashed his motorcycle at the intersection of U.S Highway 93 and Old Highway 93 on Monday. Adams, of Arlee, was not wearing  a helmet in the one-vehicle wreck when he attempted to...


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