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Articles with the Tag: Lake County

Lake County Justice Court news for Aug. 1, 2012

Justice of the Peace Chuck Wall dealt with the following cases July 20-26: Rochelle Dawn Nelson, 26, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked. She was found guilty, sentenced to two days in jail and fined $250 plus $35 in court costs.  Dan L. Wa...

Lake County District Court news for Aug. 1, 2012

Judge Deborah Kim Christopher dealt with the following cases Thursday, July 19: Joseph Cahoon , 52, Pablo, had his 2011 suspended sentence for criminal endangerment, a felony, revoked and was sentenced to the Department of Corrections for three years. According to court documents, Cahoon violated his ...

South Valley Creek Bridge gets upgrade South Valley Creek Bridge gets upgrade

ARLEE — Located 4 miles northwest of Arlee, the South Valley Creek Bridge was believed to be more than 100 years old. After a century of carrying school busses, logging trucks, emergency vehicles and farm equipment, the steel structure was beginning to show its age. “It was a really old, worn-...

Lake County District Court news for June 20, 2012

Judge C.B. McNeil dealt with the following cases Wednesday, June 13: Ronald Quaring , 47, Polson, in a change of plea, admitted to the amended offense of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months in the Lake County Jail, all suspended ...

Tribal bus system offers affordable rides in 4 counties

Do you have eight quarters, 20 dimes or 40 nickels? For just a handful of change, you can take the Department of Human Resources Development van anywhere in Lake County.  Twelve years ago, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes opened a bus system with only two 13-passenger buses. It is now one ...

Please don’t bury mailboxes

Editor, I’m writing to say that the citizens of Lake County who live on county roads like I do can not afford to replace their mailboxes after the snowplows have knocked the mailboxes off the posts as they are plowing the roads. It is nice when they come out to plow the roads in the winter time; tha...

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