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Ronan man sentenced for dealing heroin Ronan man sentenced for dealing heroin

POLSON — A Ronan man was committed to the Montana Department of Corrections for 20 years with 15 years suspended for dealing heroin. Jose Anders Gonzalez, 30, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on Sept. 9 to one felony count of criminal possession with intent to distribute. The guilty...

Montana Public Radio to participate in Public Radio Music Day

News from the University of Montana, Missoula MISSOULA – Public radio music stations play an essential role in the music industry, connecting artists with new audiences and helping listeners discover new music. To celebrate that role, Montana Public Radio is participating in the second annual Publ...

The Glacier Symphony, Chorale celebrates 25 years The Glacier Symphony, Chorale celebrates 25 years

News from the Glacier Symphony and Chorale Every season of the Glacier Symphony and Chorale is a singular one, but the upcoming 2021/2022 season is even more remarkable as the organization returns to live performances following a difficult 2020/2021 season of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic a...

No place like home No place like home

MONTANA — Six years ago Angela Claver sold her home in Great Falls and decided to move to Polson to work in the public library. She had visited friends in the area previously and knew that finding housing wouldn’t be easy. Even then, housing was hard to come by, especially something affordable. S...

Water management board applicants sought

MONTANA — Since the Secretary of Interior signed off on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai-Montana Compact Sept. 17, state and tribal governments are moving ahead to establish the Water Management Board, charged with administering water rights on the reservation. County Commissioners in the four c...

Local hospitals feel affects of COVID surge

The state’s healthcare providers are reeling from a surge in COVID-19 not seen since last fall, leading Governor Greg Gianforte to dispatch the National Guard to 11 Montana hospitals in the past two weeks, including those in Missoula, Whitefish, Plains and Kalispell. On Sept. 22 (the last date info ...

Ronan man sentenced for strangulation, criminal endangerment Ronan man sentenced for strangulation, criminal endangerment

POLSON — A Ronan man was committed to the Montana Department of Corrections for a total of 15 years with all but five years suspended during a sentencing hearing at District Court in Polson on Sept. 9. Bojai Dominick Grant-Schmidt, 20, pled guilty at District Court in Polson on June 17, to strangulatio...

Tester announces $679,000 UM College of Health

  News from the office of Senator Tester BIG SANDY — U.S. Senator Jon Tester announced $679,441 in new Federal Communications Commission pandemic relief funding for the University of Montana College of Health in Missoula to purchase telemedicine kits. The kits will enable critical, re...

FWP to host open houses

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks HELENA — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Director Hank Worsech, Deputy Director Dustin Temple and members of their staff will be visiting regional offices during a tour of the state in August and September. They invite the public to join them at region...

Lungs on fire Lungs on fire

Smoke from the wildfires burning through bone-dry forests and grasslands in the West has damaged air quality this week from California to the Eastern Seaboard. The polluting smoke has been thickest in the Northwest, including Montana, where over the past week Missoula, Helena, Great Falls and other cities ra...


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