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Dixon Seniors for May 20, 20

DIXON — The Dixon Senior Center continues to serve our community. We are still 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 upon request.   The menu for the coming week is: —  Monday, May 25: chicken-rice soup, salad, bread, dessert —  Thursday, May 28: chicken enchiladas, rice, salad, dessert Feel welcome to place an order in advance by calling 406-246-3310. All ages are always welcome.


Polson seniors for May 20, 2020

POLSON — As of May 14 the Polson Senior Center is still closed but we anticipate that will change soon, so call if you want an updated status. We are delivering meals Monday thru Friday for $5. The menu is as follows: —  Wed, May 20: ham loaf, whip sweet potato, mixed vegetables, coles...


Energy assistance extended

News from the Office of the Governor  MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock announced he is directing $5 million in federal CARES Act funds to expand assistance to thousands of Montanans struggling to afford their home energy needs due to financial strain caused by COVID-19.    &ldquo...


Births for May 20, 2020 Births for May 20, 2020

Natalie Stephens   POLSON — Natalie Rose Stephens was on born April 20, 2020, at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center’s Nesting Place. She was 20.2 inches long and weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces. Natalie’s parents are Jessie and Colton Stephens of Hot Springs. Maternal grandparents are...


Shelter-in-place order and partial shutdown of CSKT remains in effect

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Governor extends energy assistance for thousands of Montanans impacted by COVID-19

News from the Office of the Governor MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock announced he is directing $5 million in federal CARES Act funds to expand assistance to thousands of Montanans struggling to afford their home energy needs due to financial strain caused by COVID-19.    “Mo...


Flyover comes to Lake County Flyover comes to Lake County

LAKE COUNTY – To salute and support workers battling on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Montana Air National Guard dispatched two C-130 Hercules aircraft to perform flyovers over hospitals throughout Montana.  “The Montana National Guard salutes each Montanan serving on the f...


2020 Arlee Celebration canceled

News from the Arlee Powwow Celebration Committee ARLEE – The Arlee Powwow Celebration Committee has decided to cancel this year’s powwow due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns. We consider the health and safety of our community a priority along with our visiting and neighboring communities. We...


Everything you need to know to vote in the primary election Everything you need to know to vote in the primary election

  MONTANA – Montana’s primary election is on June 2. The general election will be held November 3. What offices are up for election on the 2020 ballot? Montana’s 2020 ballot will include candidates for U.S. president, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, governor, attorney general, secretary...


Different ages, perspectives on COVID-19 Different ages, perspectives on COVID-19

MISSION VALLEY — Four Mission Valley residents, separated in age by many years, recently shared with the Valley Journal newspaper their opinions about the COVID-19 virus, the stay at home order, their concerns for the future, and how they think we can best help ourselves. Amaya Nine-year-old Am...


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