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Lake County marriages, divorces in August

Marriages  Edward Nelson and Davina Bedoni Robert Ted Haukaas and Canyon Rose Plant Randy Owen Julius and Nancy Ellen Plant Jordan William Jones and Saphire Rose Moderie Mathew Luke Shrives and Angelica M. Cabrales Jonel Joseph Kallowat and Stormie Rae Cenicola Rachael Kandace King and Levi Jacob Mazurek Eli Nicholas McGraw and Blake Wakefield Burns Michael James Adams and Darralynn Suzette Marki Lynn Devlin and Anthony Luis Chavez James R. McColam III and Rebekah Sue Keller Dasan Richard Toney and Morgan June Davis Anthony Paul Meyers and Sara Leanne Ashley Rosanne D. Joseph and Steven Jeffery Kent Adam Michael Hansen and Rhandy Brynn Cox...


Gubernatorial candidate stumps for votes in Polson Gubernatorial candidate stumps for votes in Polson

POLSON – With campaign season in full swing leading up to the Nov. 3 general election, local, state and national candidates are stumping for votes in Lake County.  Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney, who is running to replace his boss, Gov. Steve Bullock, met with around 30 voters in Sacajawea Park on Saturd...


CSKT thanks fire departments for support at People’s Center fire

News from CSKT Division of Fire FLATHEAD RESERVATION – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Division of Fire along with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes would like to thank the area volunteer fire departments for their response to the People’s Center fire last Sunday...


MT Climate Solutions Council issues recommendations

News from the office of Governor Steve Bullock MONTANA — The Montana Climate Solutions Council has released its final recommendations in a plan that spans over 50 recommendations from a year of deliberations with diverse Montanans. The Council was tasked with developing strategies to reduce greenh...


Bill to provide Tribes better access to health data

News from the office of Senator Tester U.S. Senate — As part of his ongoing efforts to ensure Montana Tribes have the resources they need to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Senator Jon Tester today introduced bipartisan legislation to ensure that Tribes are able to better access public health d...


$400 lost wages program ending

News from Montana Department of Labor & Industry HELENA — The Montana Department of Labor & Industry today was informed in a call with the U.S. Department of Labor and Federal Emergency Management Agency that FEMA will not approve funding for the Lost Wages Assistance program beyond Unempl...


Well-known tribal members lend voices to Census message

News from Montana 2020 Census  MONTANA — Three influential members of tribes in Montana are lending their voices to convey the importance of the 2020 Census for tribal nations in Montana and to urge those who have not yet completed the nine-question Census to do so before the shortened deadli...


Births for Sept. 16, 2020 Births for Sept. 16, 2020

Ḱweˀlulexw Hill RONAN — Ḱweˀlulexw Bree Hill was born on Sept. 2, 2020, at St. Luke Community Healthcare’s New Beginnings Birth Center. She weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces. Mother is Elizabeth Hill. Paternal grandmother is Dacia Jore of Ronan. Maternal grandparents are Guy Hill and Jami Antoine o...


COVID-19 response protocols for schools announced

MONTANA — Governor Steve Bullock announced outbreak response protocols to support K-12 schools as they respond to suspected or positive COVID-19 cases and take public health-based measures to minimize the spread and keep students safe and healthy.  “The Outbreak Response Protocols provide...


Dixon seniors for Sept. 16, 2020

DIXON — Dixon Senior Center continues to serve our community. We are still adhering and following social distancing precautions, we are accepting take-out meal requests only. Meals will be served Monday and Thursday evenings, at 5:30 p.m. Meals are $4 per serving and are deliverable to Dixon residents ...


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