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Breaking her silence Breaking her silence

LAKE COUNTY – Penny Lippincott, 74, wanted to keep her experience with childhood abuse buried in the past, but it always came back to haunt her no matter how hard she tried to ignore it. The daily news even had a way of triggering her memories, which is what happened recently.  She was listenin...

Human trafficking, sexual assault to be discussed

News from Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition POST CREEK — The public is invited to a presentation titled “Sex Trafficking and Sexual Assault in Montana” on Wednesday, March 9, at Mission Valley United Methodist Church, 70715 Hwy 93 at the top of Post Creek Hill, just south of Ni...

Violence Against Women Act impacts locals Violence Against Women Act impacts locals

In a letter to constituents on Feb. 28, Montana’s senior Senator Max Baucus reported that the United State Congress extended the Violence Against Women Act. Baucus’s letter stated that one in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime and numbers are higher for Native American w...

Activist speaks about domestic violence Activist speaks about domestic violence

POLSON — Jackson Katz, an internationally known anti-sexism activist, educator, author, speaker, filmmaker and cultural theorist, paid a visit to the Mission Valley last week. Having written several books and given hundreds of speeches to high school and college campuses around the world on the subj...

Domestic violence survivor leads awareness project at local school Domestic violence survivor leads awareness project at local school

PABLO — Two Eagle River School has a tradition of going all out in support of Domestic Violence Prevention month each October. The computer and Photoshop classes produced posters denouncing domestic violence, and the home cultures class made ya-ya dolls to decorate the common area. Purple hearts ins...

Gender violence prevention expert to speak

PABLO — Dr. Jackson Katz, who is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in gender violence prevention education in schools, sports culture and the military, will give a multi-media presentation entitled “More Than a Few Good Men: Strategies for Inspiring Men and Boys to be Allies ...

Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence

POLSON — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Domestic Violence Education and Services hosted its annual “Taking a Stand Against Domestic Violence” awards luncheon at the Big Sky Art Bistro on Oct. 10.  “These awards were a result of nominations from throughout La...

Gender violence prevention expert to speak

POLSON — Domestic Violence Education and Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Jackson Katz, who is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in gender violence prevention education in schools, sports culture and the military, as well as for his pioneering work in critical media literac...

Team golfs in honor of Browning woman Team golfs in honor of Browning woman

PABLO — Susie Hall taught all her nieces and nephews to golf. Susie, 46, was killed by her husband on Aug. 13, 2006, according to Susie’s daughter, Cynthia Rutherford. Then Susie’s husband hanged himself. Members of Susie’s family gathered to golf in her memory at the Drive for Dom...

Polson city manager defends city attorney

POLSON — Polson city manager Todd Crossett defended city attorney James Raymond, who has been drawing heat from community members, who wanted Raymond’s contract terminated. Several people have questioned his job performance on issues such as meeting attendance and payment of impact fees. Anoth...


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