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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...

UCC asks public to continue social distancing

News from the Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center   LAKE COUNTY – South Flathead Lake and the Mission Valley attract summer visitors from all over the country and globe. While Lake and Sanders County have successfully kept COVID-19 numbers low, cluster infections occur quickly when proper ...

Briefs for May 20, 2020

Compost, waste pilot program fund offered WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the availability of $900,000 for local governments to host a Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction pilot project for fiscal year 2020. The cooperative agreements will support projects that deve...

Children involved in vehicle pursuit Children involved in vehicle pursuit

A Browning man, with ties to the Mission Valley, is accused of leading law enforcement on a vehicle pursuit with five children in his car. Raymond James Head, 34, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on May 6 to five counts of felony criminal endangerment. According to charging docu...

Local farmers markets adapt to coronavirus Local farmers markets adapt to coronavirus

In the summer, the Mission Valley is full of fresh produce and meat made available at farmers markets; however, the current pandemic has imposed an air of uncertainty on plans for this summer’s farmers market season.  Administrators of farmers markets in the area are working to find ways to kee...

Join Friday Night Cruise

MISSION VALLEY — Every Friday night from 6-8 p.m., all vehicles, old or new, are welcome to cruise the following route: Main Street Polson to 13th Ave. W, then up to Second Street W and to 17th Ave. E, wave at the residents of Providence Assisted Living, turn left on First Street E, wave at the hospita...

All travelers required to self-quarantine

News from Lake County Unified Command Center LAKE COUNTY  – If you are returning from any travel outside of the state, there is a state directive that requires a self-quarantine for 14 days.  In the Mission Valley, many people return from snow birding after living elsewhere for the wi...

Bailing twine, birds don’t mix Bailing twine, birds don’t mix

News from CSKT Tribal Wildlife Management Program Spring has finally arrived, which means our migrating birds are beginning to return to the Mission Valley. Osprey in particular return between March and April, some returning from the coast of Mexico, more than 1,500 miles from where they were born. O...

Programs for children need donated supplies

Unified Command Center  LAKE COUNTY – Critical items are needed to protect food preparers in the Mission Valley, and donations are needed.  This is a request for masks, rubber gloves, large coolers, meal-size brown-paper bags, hot-food containers with sealing lids, and hand sanitizer,...

Lake County residents test positive for COVID-19

LAKE COUNTY – The Mission Valley was not immune to the COVID-19 virus. On March 26, the Lake County Public Health Department reported the first case. Another person was identified on Saturday and a third on Sunday.  “We put up a good, hard fight, but we now join many other counties in our...


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