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Articles with the Tag: Missoula

Runners pack Mountain West Classic crowded course Runners pack Mountain West Classic crowded course

MISSOULA — The Mountain West Classic in Missoula attracted more than 2,500 middle school and high school runners from 68 schools across Montana, Wyoming and Washington to compete on the 3-mile course. In a field of 410 varsity boys, Chase Equall of Bozeman sprinted the hilly course at the University...

Students find old time groove Students find old time groove

Anyone heard of contra dancing? If you’ve seen those 17th century style movies with dancers usually moving in the space of parallel lines, in and back out, and sometimes twirling around, then you’ve seen it. Students in the Arlee High School and Junior High got a chance to learn the steps with...

Local hospitals team up to help sexual assault victims Local hospitals team up to help sexual assault victims

News from DeeAnn Richardson, SAFE Harbor Executive Director Rape survivors, whether in Ronan, Polson or a larger city like Seattle encounter significant difficulties seeking post-assault healthcare and medical forensic evidence collection. Numerous studies have found that less than half of survivors ...

Nonstop action Nonstop action

RONAN — Teamwork shines again. With the help of Ronan Chamber of Commerce and local businesses and organizations, the Pioneer Days committee brought entertainment with three rodeos, two street dances, a parade and numerous sporting events that kept people hopping from dawn until well after dark. ...

Airport study needs public input Airport study needs public input

RONAN – The Ronan Airport is currently undergoing a study to determine how to proceed with long-term development plans. Chairman of the Airport Board Rick Newman said an expansion might not happen if the general public doesn’t support the project. The airport board considered expanding the ...

Help needed for Polson couple  Help needed for Polson couple

MISSOULA — It was supposed to be a simple surgery. In one day, out the next. But when Steve Heintz, 61, assistant general manager of Red Lion Inn in Polson, came out of his surgery for prostate cancer on July 11, something wasn’t right. He was running a fever of 103.9 degrees F. “He...

Briefs or July 27, 2016

Law center suspends services at North Lake County Library POLSON — The Missoula Self-Help Law Center is temporarily suspending its travel services to Polson. Outreach will resume in the late fall. For now, civil legal questions should be directed to: missoulaselfhelp@gmail.com or to the Law Center...

Law Center assistance offered

POLSON — Missoula Self Help Law Center will be in Polson on Tuesday, July 19, at the North Lake County Public Library from 11 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. They will provide services on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Walk-ins are welcome all day or to schedule an appointment please call 406-258-3428.

Estonian choir to present free concert in Polson

POLSON — The Polson community will have an opportunity to hear the accomplished Ellerhein Girl’s Choir on Monday, July 18 at 7 p.m. at the Polson High School auditorium. The choir from Tallinn, Estonia is traveling to the United States to participate in the International Choral Festival in Missou...

Briefs for June 29, 2016

Law Center assistance offered POLSON — Missoula Self Help Law Center will be in Polson on Tuesday, July 19, at the North Lake County Public Library from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. They will provide services on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Walk-ins are welcome all day or to schedule an appoi...


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