ST. IGNATIUS – The Mission Bulldogs lost a coaching icon last week. Coach Les Rice, 61, died after a long battle with lung cancer on Monday, Feb. 11.
“I can think about him and cry and smile at the same t...
It was a go-to-the-store for laundry detergent and come home with fabric softener kind of day. But hey, everyone has bad days. Not one of us has a corner on that market.
And bad days are in the eye of the beholder. I...
It took a Lake County jury less than three hours of deliberations before finding a Lakeside man guilty of four of five felony charges. Dustin Hayes Knox, 42, was accused of pouring gasoline on a woman after breaking into her Lake Vista Court home on July 5, 2018.
The trial began Monda...
POLSON – The bar at 18 Main Street in downtown Polson, which for several decades was known as the Wolf Den and more recently was the Vine and Tap, now has a new name and owners.
Dusty and Mandy Kisler purc...
Stephen Ioli, a 7-year-old Dixon resident, chows down on a slice of Dixon melon during the melon-eating contest at Saturday’s Dixon Melon Days.
Greg Hettick, son of Dixon Melons owner Harley Hettick, searches for the perfect melon for a customer.
Cal Courville lets a horseshoe fly during a game with friends and family.
The Balyeat family clowns helped entertain the crowd at Dixon Melon Days. From left are James, holding Matthew; Amanda, holding David; and 11-year-old Charity, also known as Clutter the Clown. The family traveled from Great Falls for the event.
Melon Days T-shirts make cheery festival mementos.
Cool treats refresh Melon Days attendees as they wander through the festival.
During a break from in Melon Days festivities, 10-year-old Reed Bocksnick of Ronan tosses a horseshoe with friends.
Buyers check out the goods at Melon Days.
A Dixon melon is a slice of heaven for one young competitor in the melon-eating race.