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Charlo man accused of killing wife Charlo man accused of killing wife

POLSON – Prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to delay setting bail in the case of a 32-year-old Charlo man who is charged with the deliberate homicide of his wife, 29-year-old Raelynn Charlo.  Charlo was reported dead by husband Adrian McElderry on Nov. 18. Investigators detained McEl...

Charlo Schools to receive security cameras

CHARLO – Would-be Charlo vandals, beware. The school board voted Nov. 18 to install a small fleet of security cameras to deter on-campus crime. Five outdoor and six indoor cameras will be installed on campus for just under $4,000 and will include features that allow administrators to see a live-feed...

Students volunteer to clean up other teens’ vandalism Students volunteer to clean up other teens’ vandalism

RONAN — Four Ronan Middle School students spent Friday morning cleaning up vandalism some of their peers had caused a few days earlier.  Noah Cheff, Ashtin Courville, Cori Normandeau, and Veyanna Curley took two hours to shovel hay that lay strewn on a corner of Round Butte Road.  The m...

Free anti-fraud seminar offered

News from Salish Kootenai Housing Authority POLSON — A free seminar to help spot and offer protection from scams and financial fraud will be held Oct. 23 at the Best Western KwaTaqNuk Resort and Casino from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Participants will learn techniques to avoid scams, what the top ten sc...

Authorities offer crime prevention tips

News from the  Ronan Police Department  RONAN — Every city is subject to prowlers and burglars. Ronan is no different. Recently, Ronan has experienced an increase in theft from citizen’s vehicles and from inside /outside of citizen’s residence, day and night.  Almost...

St. Ignatius leadership takes on crime

ST. IGNATIUS — The St. Ignatius Town Council voted Aug. 5 to implement a bike registry and considered raising fines for misdemeanors in an attempt to crack down a crime wave that officials said has gotten out of control.  The town has suffered a number of stolen bicycles, youth running amok, an...

Elderly woman needs stolen wheelchair returned

The Polson Police Department is requesting any information pertaining to the theft of a wheelchair from Walmart in Polson. The chair was taken on Dec. 5 around 5 p.m. The wheelchair is blue with black spoke wheels. The suspects may feel the wheelchair belonged to Walmart, but in fact it belongs to an elderly...


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