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Marion woman pleads not guilty to negligent homicide, theft

A Marion woman is accused of stealing a car in Kalispell before being involved a fatal car wreck with it later in Pablo. Lease Sierra Moore, 18, entered a plea of not guilty in District Court at Polson on April 1, to felony charges of negligent homicide and theft. According to court records, on Sept. 3...

Lone Pine State Park offers programs

News from FW&P KALISPELL — Lone Pine State Park near Kalispell is hosting spring outdoor field trip programs for school groups. The topics will include: birds (K-4), forests (K-6), insects (K-4), water (K-4), and wildlife (K-6).   Field trips can be scheduled Tuesday-Friday from April ...

Sharecropper lease open near Kalispell

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Par ks Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is requesting proposals from qualified applicants for an agricultural lease on approximately 100 acres at the Ray Kuhns Wildlife Management Area north of Kalispell. The Ray Kuhns WMA, situated along Farm to Market Road, provid...

Governor Gianforte, Ag Development Council announce GTA awards

    News from the Governor’s Office HELENA — Governor Gianforte and the Agriculture Development Council announced the recipients of $834,646 in grants and loans awarded through the Growth Through Agriculture program.   “Expanding value-added agriculture helps Mont...

Man pleads not guilty to DUI

A Kalispell man is accused of a fourth driving while under the influence charge after being slumped over behind the wheel of his car at 5:30 a.m. Trey Chandler Grilley, 27, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on Feb. 25 to what court records show would be his fourth DUI. According ...

‘Free the Seeds’ celebrates sixth year ‘Free the Seeds’ celebrates sixth year

News from Free the Seeds FLATHEAD VALLEY — “Free the Seeds” returns to the Flathead Valley from March 6–8, 2021, for a sixth year of workshops and free seeds. This year’s event features a drive-up heirloom seed giveaway and free virtual workshops that promote real seeds, re...

Man charged in storage unit theft sentenced to 10 years Man charged in storage unit theft sentenced to 10 years

District Judge James Manley ordered a Bigfork man to pay restitution of $1,038,035 and sentenced him to the maximum penalty of 10 years in the Montana State Prison for felony theft.  The sentence was handed down at District Court in Polson on Feb. 3. The charge stems from a storage unit theft in the ...

Hit state park trails for New Year’s Hit state park trails for New Year’s

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is organizing a friendly competition in the Flathead Valley to encourage a healthy start to the new year. Hikers are encouraged to participate in “Battle of the Boots” and log their miles at ...

Flathead County draws COVID enforcement Flathead County draws COVID enforcement

MONTANA — After encouraging local governments to more aggressively enforce public health orders including a statewide mask mandate, Gov. Steve Bullock said Thursday, Oct. 22, that the state is pursuing enforcement measures against businesses in Flathead County that have repeatedly flouted health mandat...

Heiner finishes third at state cross country Heiner finishes third at state cross country

By Rob Zolman / Valley Journal    KALISPELL — Ronan Chief Brant Heiner finished his prep cross country career with a third-place finish and all-state accolades at the State A cross country championships at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell on Friday. Heiner crossed the finish line with a tim...


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