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Briefs for Sept. 19, 2018

POLSON — The Lake County Public Health Department will be offering flu shots to the public at the following locations: —  Friday, Sept. 21 – Polson Farmers’ Market – 9 a.m.–1 p.m. —  Friday, Sept. 21 – Ronan Cenex – 2–6 p.m. &mdas...

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Football Dillon Beavers 35,  Ronan Chiefs 0 In Dillon, the Ronan Chiefs were shut out 35-0 on Friday evening. Against a stout Beaver defense, the Chiefs where held to 99-yard total offense. Hamilton Broncs 48,  Polson Pirates 12 On the road, the Pirates fell 0-4 on the...

Briefs for Sept. 19, 2018

New Tribal Health walk-in hours announced for acute need  News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS — Tribal Health announces new walk-in hours for the Polson, St. Ignatius and Arlee Health Centers.   Walk-in clinics are for acute medical needs for eligible Tribal Health recipien...

Festival celebrates diverse messages of peace Festival celebrates diverse messages of peace

ARLEE — Families wandered quietly under a blue sky between 1,000 white Buddha statues on their way into the 14th Annual Festival of Peace on Sunday.  The event, held at the Ewam Garden of 1,000 Buddhas, drew visitors, vendors, and presenters from across the region.  Claudette Carlson, a...

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Football Corvallis 48,  Polson 0 Visiting Corvallis Blue Devils shut-out the Polson Pirates 48-0 on Thursday evening. The Pirates offense could only muster a total of 13 yards against the stingy Blue Devil defense.  Arlee 64,  Seeley Swan 14 Senior quarterback Lan...

Experts share bear confrontation information Experts share bear confrontation information

ARLEE – An angry grizzly bear lowers its head and starts charging in your direction - what should you do?  The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes paired up with the nonprofit conservation group People and Carnivores during an informational meeting Aug. 28 at the Arlee Community Center to h...

Briefs for Sept. 5, 2018

New walk-in hours for Tribal Health announced News from CSKT Tribal Health ST. IGNATIUS —  New walk-in clinic hours for acute medical needs for eligible Tribal Health recipients have been announced. Acute medical conditions are severe and sudden in onset. This could describe anything fro...

Vikings defeat rivals during home opener Vikings defeat rivals during home opener

CHARLO – “Touchdown Landers Smith,” was sweet music to any Viking football fan and a nightmare for the Warriors during the Friday evening game in Charlo.  Smith, the senior quarterback, was associated in one way or another with all five Charlo touchdowns as the Vikings rolled to a 3...

Hunter education classes available

Hunter education classes available News from Tom Fieber, Lake County’s lead Hunter Safety instructor   LAKE COUNTY – Learning to be safe in today’s world has been paramount in the hunting community. It is now standard across America that states require hunters to attend and pass Hu...

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Football Arlee Warriors 60, Troy Trojans 19 The Arlee Warriors built a 54-6 lead by halftime in dispatching of the visiting Troy Trojans 60-19 on Friday evening. Arlee’s first points of the season came on a 15-yard touchdown run by Darshan Bolen. Bolen ended the evening with three rus...


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