During a virtual meeting between the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council and Lake County Commissioners last Tuesday, Nov. 17, tribal council member Martin Charlo made a poignant plea for the public to take t...
LAKE COUNTY — As another volleyball season came to a close, the Mission Valley saw a spectacular run with three of the five area teams advancing into state postseason tournaments.
During state competition, 15 p...
There is one week set aside each year to salute newspapers for the important role they have played in our nation, a role that goes back to the beginning of these United States.
This year, however, waiting until...
District Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher deferred the imposition of sentencing for six years for a St. Ignatius woman who was convicted of stealing money from the St. Ignatius Fire Auxiliary. The sentence was handed down in Polson on Nov. 19.
Annie Morigeau, 34, pleaded guilty to one...
Community contributes $115,000 through the Mission Valley Aquatic Center “Fill the Pool Bowl by Bowl” fundraising event Nov. 10.
Trish Rodrique arranges colorful hand-painted bowls for sale from $5 to $20. The bowls were painted by local volunteers throughout the summer, then purchased at Saturday’s fundraiser and filled with a variety of soup and chilis.
Ace Lake washes bowls before they are filled with hot soup.
Tiny dancers become a colorful swarm of movement as they “swim” across the stage in the soup tent. The young performers take dance lessons from Julia Roberts at Mission Valley Dance.
The bid list for a large ceramic bowl painted by Polson artist Edna Lemm quickly fills with increasing dollar amounts.
The empty eight-lane, 25-yard pool at the Mission Valley Aquatic Center awaits additional funding to complete the project. When done, the center will also house a warm-water therapy pool and party room.
Silent auction items included platters painted by local artists and a plethora of quality items, all lined up around the empty pool inside the Mission Valley Aquatic Center in Polson. All the proceeds from the dinner, donations, silent and live auction totaled roughly $115,000, according to project director Tana Seeley.