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Articles with the Tag: Mission Valley

Briefs for Oct. 28, 2015

Court self-help set in Polson POLSON — The Missoula County Court Help Program is expanding their free services to counties outside of Missoula, and will be in Polson every other Tuesday, beginning Nov. 3, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The center’s mission is to provide access to justice through ...

Men of Worth to open concert season

Men of Worth to open concert season   POLSON — Mission Valley Live will present Men of Worth, the first performance of the 2015-2016 season, at Polson High School at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20. They Scottish and Irish folk duo, performing just days before in Inverness, Scotland, position the...

Native American Chef teaches students how to cook Native American Chef teaches students how to cook

Sioux Chef Shawn Sherman visited the Mission Valley last week to teach students how to cook Native American style food the old way. “This is what my grandparents ate,” he said. Students from Ronan, St. Ignatius, Missoula, Bozeman and Kicking Horse Job Corps gathered in the kitchens at Ronan...

Briefs for Sept. 30, 2015

Students earn scholarships from UM School of Journalism   News from the University of Montana MISSOULA – Students within the University of Montana School of Journalism recently earned scholarships for their excellence, commitment and professional potential. Polson: Peregrine Friss...

Gillhouse starting children’s choir

RONAN — The brand new Mission Valley Children’s Choir will be open to any 3-6 grade students who want to learn to sing better and have a good time doing it. It will be directed by Cathy Gillhouse and assisted by Pastor Seth Nelson. Rehearsal will be held on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5 p.m. at F...

Water deliveries drying up Water deliveries drying up

News from the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project FLATHEAD RESERVATION — The following is a brief summary of water availability and outlook per geographic area from the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project, as of Aug. 25:  Camas  Current storage is 56 percent of capacity. It is expected...

Smoke in the valley Smoke  in the valley

Smoke from wildfires across Washington and Idaho drifted into the Mission Valley throughout the past weeks, bringing very unhealthy conditions and causing several outdoor sporting activities to be cancelled or postponed in Lake County. Saturday’s blood red sun, above, caused an eerie glow in the smo...

Museum to host Small Salmon paintings Museum to host  Small Salmon  paintings

News from Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana CHARLO – Mission Valley residents will want to mark their calendars to enjoy the Saturday, Sept. 5 “First Saturday” event at the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana. The featured artist will be Juanita Small Salmon, an artist who creates beautifu...

Irrigation season almost at an end

News from the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project,  forwarded by the Flathead Joint Board of Control  The following is a brief summary of water availability for the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project and outlook per geographic area. Camas: Current storage is 59 percent of capacity. It is ex...

Project operators give water update

Bureau of Indian Affairs issued the following irrigation water update on July 13:  Due to the continued below average water year precipitation, above average spring and early summer temperatures, and high irrigation demand, the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project is experiencing water shortages. Flath...


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