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Articles with the Tag: North Lake County Public Library

Briefs for April 4, 2018

Dixon School named recipient of Senate comput ers News from the office of U.S. Senator Jon Tester WASHINGTON D.C. – U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently announced he is donating 25 Senate computers to schools serving Native American students. Tester secured the computers through the U.S. Senate...

‘Get Out the Vote’ training, networking planned

POLSON — A “Get Out the Vote” training and networking event will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 29, at the North Lake County Library, 2 First Ave E.  Join Western Native Voice and Mission Valley Rises as we come together to Get Out the Vote in Lake County. Patrick Yawakie, ...

Parents as Teachers plan two March events at library

POLSON — The Lake County Health Department’s Parents as Teachers program will celebrate reading with two March Community Connections at the North Lake County Public Library, 2 First Ave. E. We will join Kendra at her Mother Goose Mondays on Monday, March 19, at 10 a.m. This program is designed fo...

Core computer classes offered

POLSON — This program of courses can provide you with computer and technology basics. North Lake County Public Library is presenting a free class March 3, at 2 p.m. - “Twitter and Instagram.” All classes will be held in the Library Community room. Reserve your spot by contacting Heather or ...

Adopt-a-Book at North Lake County Public Library

  POLSON — To celebrate February being “I Love to Read Month,” North Lake County Public Library District is offering its annual Adopt-a-Book program. During the month of February, you may “adopt” a children’s book and present it to the library’s collection.&n...

Learn about energy production in U.S., Northwest

POLSON — “Montana’s Energy Choices” by Ceth Eslick will be Mission Mountain Audubon’s next program on Thursday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Polson Library Meeting Room. Everyone is welcome.   Ceth Eslick will discuss the state of energy production in the United States with...

New group leaves divisiveness out of political discussion New group leaves divisiveness out of political discussion

POLSON – Mission Valley Rises: Democracy Engaged! is a new non-partisan community-led group bringing people together to talk about local and national issues, and Montana’s budget was the focus of their discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 24. The group developed after the 2016 presidential election lef...

Mission Valley Rises hosts community health, healing forum

Valley Rises: Democracy Engaged! POLSON – Mission Valley Rises: Democracy Engaged! is a local, non-partisan, community-led group, committed to exploring issues that affect the lives of our community.  In the first of a series of community health and healing forums, we will discuss recent s...

Comment period extended for Bison Range

POLSON – The public comment period for a new comprehensive conservation plan for the National Bison Range, Ninepipe Wildlife Refuge and other area conservation lands in Lake and Flathead counties has been extended. Bernardo Garza, a planning team leader with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Den...

Briefs for Sept. 6, 2017

Flathead Lake State ParkFinley Point announces early end to summer season News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks FINLEY POINT – Montana State Parks ( announced that Flathead Lake State park-Finley Point will close early for the season on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The park will c...

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