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Soup’s On continues free lunch

News from Journey Be Church POLSON — Soup’s On,  located at 101 Seventh Ave. W in the Journey Be! Church building, serves a free lunch every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. There’s always great conversation to enjoy and amazingly good food to eat. Help us continue making a positive difference in the well-being of our community. Your donations of time, money and joining us for lunch are greatly appreciated.  

reaching higher reaching higher

32 steps to the top of the 90-story Space Needle, and seven Mission Valley women climbed to the top as fast as they could in support of family and friends who have had cancer.   In late September, the women went to Seattle to complete the challenge. They had raised $1,888 from local organizations and...

Boys and Girls Club: Members of the Month Boys and Girls Club: Members of the Month

Loki Friscia , First grade Loki is an exceptional young kid. Not only does he do what is asked of him, whether during reading time or homework time, but also during recess and transition time. He has shown integrity by occasionally letting other kids go ahead of him in line.   Kobe Stevens , ...

Montana hospitals receive healthcare quality awards Montana hospitals receive healthcare quality awards

News from Mountain-Pacific Quality Health MONTANA – Mountain-Pacific Quality Health announced the winners of the 2019 Montana Health Care Quality Awards. St. Luke Community Healthcare was one of only nine hospitals statewide and the only healthcare organization in Lake County to win the prestigiou...

valley voices — Real people; real opinions. valley voices — Real people; real opinions.

LaRenzo Roan Bear, Pablo, 10/4/19     "A president hiding information from congress and from the judicial branch, the supreme court, that is a very high crime. Information needs to be free to the public and to the decision makers. Also, after that information has been taken by con...

Prepare food safely to avoid illness Prepare food safely to avoid illness

News from the Department of Public health and Human Services HELENA — State and local public health officials are reminding Montanans about ways to stay healthy when preparing and consuming food. So far in 2019, there have been 25 gastrointestinal illness outbreaks reported in Montana in numero...

Lake County marriages and divorces for September 2019

Marriages Peter Charles Bishop and Robyn Elise Smith Kathleen M. Ackerman and Douglas Anthony Ertel Kenny Lynn Foley and Roberta Jean Ahlers Nichole Shelby Rang and Zef William Larson Andrew Dale Murphy and Angelina R. Losleben Kenneth Malmquist and Heather Phelps Buck Wyatt Henry and ...

Births for Oct. 9, 2019 Births for Oct. 9, 2019

Samuel Biggs RONAN — Samuel Rodrick Biggs was born Sept. 21, 2019, at St. Luke Community Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds, 5.3 ounces and joins siblings Kalina Wheeler and Eryn Biggs. Parents are John Biggs and Bobbie Wheeler of St. Ignatius. Paternal grandparents are George E. Biggs and Barbra Jean ...

Ninepipes hosts MT Cowboy Hall of Fame inductee

News from Ninepipes Museum CHARLO – Coming up at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, Ninepipes Museum has the rare opportunity and great privilege of hosting an appearance by Fay Haynes, a Montana homesteader and inductee in the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. Fay will accompany her niece, author Grace Lars...

Festival of Trees event adds tree viewing

POLSON — It’s festival time. Festival of Trees that is. This will be the festival’s 21st year in Polson. Mark your calendar for Saturday, Dec. 7.  This year we are so excited to offer tree viewing for the public on Friday, Dec. 6, at the KwaTaqNuk Resort from 7-9 p.m. Santa will be ...

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