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Sports shorts for Sept. 12, 2018 Sports shorts for Sept. 12, 2018

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...

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...

Local group brings art, live theater to the valley Local group brings art, live theater to the valley

CHARLO – Focused on supporting art and culture in the Mission Valley, volunteers with the Ninepipe Arts Group held fundraisers and baked treats to bring art camps, scholarships and theater to the area. Last weekend, the group’s fundraising efforts came together to pay for a theatrical presenta...

Ninepipes welcomes flute engineer Ninepipes welcomes flute engineer

CHARLO – The sweet sounds of a flute will fill the diorama room at Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana on Saturday, Sept. 1. David Webb is the featured artist for the museum’s “First Saturday” series, and will exhibit his hand-crafted flutes and also provide 15-minute concerts throughou...

Sports shorts for August 29, 2018 Sports shorts for August 29, 2018

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...

Mission Valley Museum Consortium announces events

ARLEE Arlee/Jocko Valley Museum Visitors can see our beautiful outdoor Veterans’ Memorial and memorabilia from area veterans. There are also Pioneer Day photographs and more.   ST. IGNATIUS St. Ignatius Mission Church The church is known for its frescoes and murals which ...

‘Guts, Glitter’ event raises knowledge of games, funds for athletics program ‘Guts, Glitter’ event raises knowledge of games, funds for athletics program

CHARLO – What happens when you put moms on the football field and dads on the volleyball court? A fun filled Saturday morning where each enjoyed learning the fundamentals of the sport. The 4th Annual Guts and Glitter Women’s Football Clinic and 1st Annual Dudes and Divas Men’s Volleyball...

Chili cook off fires up the taste buds Chili cook off fires  up the taste buds

POLSON – Despite soaring temperatures, chili lovers united Saturday at Riverside Park for the 12th annual Rotary Chili Cook-off. The event, hosted by the Polson Rotary Club, featured 10 talented chili teams battling for top chili honors. The chili cook-off is the premier fundraising event for the...

Back to school dates, open houses announced

Polson Cherry Valley Elementary School starts: Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 8:30 a.m. The first day of school is an early release day. School will end at 2:40 p.m. Staggered start for kindergarten: Sept. 4 for students with last names A-L. Sept. 5 for students with last names M-Z.  The fir...


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