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Articles with the Tag: Missoula

Game wardens find dead sheep, report other activity Game wardens find dead sheep, report other activity

MISSOULA – The deaths of two world-class bighorn sheep, found dead on Wild Horse Island last year, had game wardens wondering what happened.  Fish, Wildlife and Parks Warden Captain Lee Anderson presented the incident to the Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at...

Nonresident visitor numbers up, total spending down

News from the University of Montana MISSOULA – Preliminary estimates by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana show that approximately 11.7 million nonresidents visited Montana in 2015 and spent almost $3.6 billion in the Treasure State. While the number of tr...

Local student selected as delegate for youth senate program Local student selected as delegate for youth senate program

  News from the Hearst Foundation WASHINGTON D.C. — Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines recently announced the two Montana student delegates to the 54th annual United States Senate Youth Program that will be held March 5-12 in Washington, D.C.  Mollie Lemm of Polson and Arthur Petti...

Ice rink seeks funding through raffle, donations

News from the Mission Valley Ice Arena Association POLSON — The Mission Valley Ice Arena Association wishes each of you the very best for the new year, 2016. Our board members took a little break for the holidays, and will be back at it, working toward raising money for our project this month. ...

Journalism school ranked eighth

News from  the University of Montana   MISSOULA – The University of Montana School of Journalism was recently ranked the eighth best college journalism program in the nation in a survey by the Radio Television Digital News Association. The No. 1 theme cited by voters in the survey wa...

Local writer publishes fictional book with nature settings Local writer publishes fictional book with nature settings

ARLEE – A deer walks across the highway, a car swerves, and the deer is suddenly walking upside down. “It really happened,” said author Jerry McGahan of the incident he witnessed where a deer looked like it was still walking with its legs up after being hit by a car. The story continues ...

Volunteer drivers needed

News from Lake County Area Disabled American Veterans LAKE COUNTY — The Lake County Area Disabled American Veterans organization need additional volunteer drivers to transport veterans to and from their doctor appointments in Missoula, Kalispell and Ft. Harrison. Currently we have five volunteer ...

Community supports small businesses for holiday season Community supports small businesses for holiday season

Small Business Saturday, a national advertising campaign that supports all small businesses in response to Black Friday, had 23 Polson businesses consciously take part this year, their second year doing so.  Mission Valley businesses saw mixed results to the Shop Small campaign. All In Stitches, a...

Short drive to tree hunting Short drive to tree hunting

NORTHWEST MONTANA —Because all plants on National Forest Service lands — from tiny lichens to the largest trees — belong to the American public, collection limits and fees are in place to assure sustainable resources for the future. With that in mind, Western Montana’s abundant fir...

Briefs for Nov. 25, 2015

Group works to create ice rink POLSON — More opportunities for recreation are in the works as organizers are in the process of securing $4 million to create a multi-functional ice rink in Polson. With a $25,000 donation kicked in by local businesswoman Carmine Mowbray, a $1 million matching grant...


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