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Man arrested during arraignment hearing Man arrested during arraignment hearing

A Dayton man is accused of driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, which violated the terms of his release while subsequent charges were pending.  William Claude Miller, 59, entered a not-guilty plea at District Court in Polson on Nov. 12 to felony counts of criminal possession of dan...

Man sentenced after violating parole

A Dayton man was committed at District Court in Polson on Sept. 23 to the Montana Department of Corrections for 10 years with five years suspended for violating conditions of probation on a criminal endangerment conviction in 2018. Orli Bitsinni, 21, was initially charged with sexual intercourse without c...

Dayton Daze draws crowds, raises cash Dayton Daze draws crowds, raises cash

DAYTON – Neighbors and visitors gathered at the spacious Dayton Park to take part in an afternoon of fun, festivities and fundraising during Dayton Daze on Saturday. “We had a good turnout, all things considered,” said Zoe Lilja, who serves as secretary/treasurer of the Chief Cliff Volun...

Dayton Daze scheduled to celebrate ‘Pioneering the West’ on Sept. 12

News from the Chief Cliff VFD DAYTON – The Chief Cliff Volunteer Fire Department is holding its annual Dayton Daze fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 12, at the spacious Dayton Park.   Pioneering the West is the theme of this year’s costume event, and attendees are encouraged to dress up ...

Briefs for June 10, 2020

Dayton PTO plans fun activities for students News from Dayton PTO DAYTON — The Dayton Parent/Teacher Organization invites students to have some fun and celebrate spring and summer.  —  On Thursday, June 11, at 6:30 p.m., at Proctor School be softball ready. All ages and ski...

Schools continue to provide meals during Coronavirus closures Schools continue to provide meals during Coronavirus closures

LAKE COUNTY – Though schools are closed for two weeks to reduce the spread of COVID-19, districts are making sure students are still fed. Since the closures, schools have given out hundreds of meals for students to eat at home to make up for meals they would have otherwise eaten in their school’s...

Dayton Daze celebrates heroes, supports fire department Dayton Daze celebrates heroes, supports fire department

DAYTON — Heroes paid homage to another group of heroes during the Dayton Daze celebration last weekend. This year’s theme, Dayton Daze Honors D-Day, was created to show respect for their service.   Volunteer firefighters and emergency responders expressed respect for the American and Alli...

Dayton Daze events commemorate D-Day Dayton Daze events commemorate D-Day

DAYTON — On Sept. 7 the Dayton Daze Grand Marshal will ride in the D-Day themed Chief Cliff VFD / QRU annual parade in a troupe carrier/truck. Any vets who would like to ride in the parade are invited to do so. There may even be residents of the Veterans’ Home in Kalispell present to honor the fu...

Local students named to MSU spring semester 2019 honor rolls

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2019. A total of 4,464 undergraduates have been named to the university’s two honor rolls for the 2019 spring semester. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours to b...

DAR awards Quilt of Valor to local veteran DAR awards Quilt of Valor to local veteran

News from the Kuilix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution In honor of the 2018 Veterans Day observance, Daughters of the American Revolution, Kuilix Chapter, awarded a Quilt of Valor to Vietnam veteran James Mathias. The award presentation was held on Nov. 1 at the Ronan VFW in front of m...


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