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Articles with the Tag: Charlo

Woman receives 10-year sentence for highway wreck

Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher sentenced a Charlo woman at District Court in Polson on July 8 to the Montana State Women’s Prison, in Billings, for 10 years with three years suspended for causing a fiery crash that seriously injured a man and scorched the pavement on U.S. Highway 93 at mil...

Corcoran pleads not guilty to charges carrying possibility of life in prison Corcoran pleads not guilty to charges carrying possibility of life in prison

A Charlo man could be facing the rest of his life in prison after threatening the mother of his child and her fiancé with a gun. Stoney Randal Corcoran, 50, has been charged as a persistent felony offender. He entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson, on April 8, to two counts of as...

Community supports local teen battling rare cancer Community supports local teen battling rare cancer

CHARLO — The Mission Valley community came together to raise funds in support of a local athlete and his family during his battle with cancer. Charlo High School wrestling state champion and freshman Montana Tech Oredigger football player Isaiah Allik was diagnosed with a rare vascular cancer called...

Community supports local athlete battling rare cancer Community supports local athlete battling rare cancer

CHARLO — The Mission Valley community is wrapping its collective arms around a former Charlo High School three-sport-athlete and wrestling state champion who is battling an extremely rare form of vascular cancer.  In February, Montana Tech Oredigger freshman Isaiah Allik’s dreams of Satur...

Book chat starts in March

News from Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana  CHARLO — The Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana will sponsor a book chat starting on Tuesday, March 9, at 2 p.m. at the museum. “Sarpy Creek” is the book being read. Snacks are provided at the book chat. Social distancing is required and...

Business owners, entrepreneurs to share $350,000

News from the office of the Governor MONTANA – The Governor’s office announced $350,000 in funding to support the growth of 34 Native American-owned small businesses in each of the eight Tribal Nations in Montana through the Indian Equity Fund Small Business Grant program at the Montana Depa...

Snow Dawgs Snow Dawgs

CHARLO — Friday night’s football game between the Mission Bulldogs and Charlo Vikings will go down in the history books as one of the great Class C rival games. The Bulldogs were down 20-6 at halftime to the hosting Vikings, but the dawgs out scored the Vikings 26-6 in the second half and ende...

Negligent assault charges go to trial

A Charlo woman is accused of driving onto U.S. Highway 93 from Eagle Pass Trail without yielding to oncoming traffic and causing a serious crash. Stacy Leann Markus, 53, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on Oct. 15 to one felony count of negligent vehicular assault. According to ...

Templeton sentenced for thefts

Judge James Manley, of Polson, committed a Polson man to the Montana Department of Corrections for a total of 13 years with 11 years suspended for a series of Lake County thefts and a burglary. Eric Templeton, 33, entered into a plea agreement at District Court in Polson on July 15 that resolved four sepa...

Morris sentenced to 20 years for assault, endangerment

A Charlo man has been committed to the Montana Department of Corrections for a total of 20 years with 15 years suspended for assaulting a bartender and driving under the influence of alcohol with a child in his car.  Darrel Isaac Morris Jr., 34, entered a plea of guilty during an earlier court appear...


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