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Polson man is 10,000th vaccinated Montana veteran Polson man is 10,000th vaccinated Montana veteran

News from MTVAHCS  MISSOULA — U.S. Army and Marine Veteran Kent Stewart drove from Polson to Missoula’s David J. Thatcher VA Clinic to receive his first dose of the Moderna vaccine and in doing so, became the 10,000th Montana Veteran to receive a COVID-19 vaccine from Montana VA Health ...

Racket battle ends with second place state title Racket battle ends with second place state title

MISSOULA — The Mission Bulldogs duo of Kayden Carter and Lalo Bravo placed second in the State B-C doubles tennis championship on Friday, May 21. The event was held indoors at the PEAK Racquet Club in Missoula.   The duo battled it out against Brett Sneed and Dillon Gray, of Cut Bank, for the c...

Mission Valley athletes claim divisional titles Mission Valley athletes claim divisional titles

MISSOULA — Mission Valley area prep track and field teams had plenty of strong performances during the Class B/C Divisional meet held in Missoula and the Class A Divisional meet in Columbia Falls this past weekend. Mission Lady Bulldog Sydney Brander won four individual events to headline area athle...

Guardrail keeps vehicle from going in creek Guardrail keeps vehicle from going in creek

ST. IGNATIUS — The lights of emergency vehicles could be seen flashing on the Mission Creek bridge in central St. Ignatius on Thursday, May 13, at about 10 p.m. after a wreck occurred with one vehicle totaled and the other missing.  One bystander considered the water below the bridge and said &...

Celebrate the first day of spring with the ‘Last Best Pale Ale’

News from Matt Leow, Director of Montana Brewers Association MISSOULA — Breweries across Montana are releasing their own unique take on the same beer, the Last Best Pale Ale. Montana brewers, hops growers and maltsters have teamed up to produce this collaboration beer. It’s a Montana craft b...

Governor Gianforte, Ag Development Council announce GTA awards

    News from the Governor’s Office HELENA — Governor Gianforte and the Agriculture Development Council announced the recipients of $834,646 in grants and loans awarded through the Growth Through Agriculture program.   “Expanding value-added agriculture helps Mont...

Invasive mussels found in aquarium moss balls sold in Montana

News from FWP MONTANA — Invasive zebra mussels found another avenue for potential infestation of Montana waters.  Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks was notified Wednesday that zebra mussels were detected in aquarium moss balls sold at a pet store in Washington state. FWP immediately checked...

Sentence recommendation rejected

District Judge James Manley has rejected a 10-year suspended sentence recommendation for an alleged heroin dealer.  Lolanda Lou Sorrel-Buck, 48, was allowed to withdraw her guilty plea to one count of felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs with intent to distribute. Sorrel-Buck pleaded guilty ...

Writing workshops open March 6

News from the Missoula Writing Collaborative MISSOULA —Starting March 6 at 10 a.m., writers of all ages can hone their craft in classes covering a range of topics offered by the Missoula Writing Collaborative. In Emily Freeman’s food writing class, writers with discerning palates will be whi...

MWR to receive $30,000 grant

News from the Missoula Writing Collaborative  MISSOULA ­— The Missoula Writing Collaborative has been approved for a $30,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support “Young Voices of the Mission Mountains”: Creative Writing Residencies on the Flathead Reservation of the Confe...

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