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Sports Shorts for Jan. 17, 2018 Sports Shorts for Jan. 17, 2018

Basketball   Charlo Vikings Plains Horsemen 65 Charlo Vikings 51 Class 14C, Plains used a big second quarter to come away with a 65-51 victory over visiting Charlo Vikings on Thursday. Viking Landers Smith led all scorers with 19 points. Charlo Vikings 68  St. Regi...

Woman gets suspended sentence for assault with a weapon Woman gets suspended sentence for assault with a weapon

POLSON — A 39-year-old Pablo woman was given a three-year suspended sentence last week for assault with a weapon after she struck her male partner with an air conditioning unit on May 20, 2017.  According to a court document, Dawna Michel shoved the man to the floor and hit him with her fists a...

sports shorts for Jan. 17, 2018

Wrestling Wenzel and Adler take second at Rocky Mountain Classic MISSOULA – The Pirates did not have an individual champion, but used their depth to finish ninth in the team standings with 109 points and Ronan finished sixteenth with 66 points while competing in the 32-team Jug Beck Rocky M...

New chair elected to CSKT tribal council

News from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes PABLO – Ron Trahan, who has served on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council for a total of 14 years, was elected chairman on Friday, Jan. 5. Trahan had served as chairman once before in 2014. The previous chairman was Vernon Fi...

Ronan girls, Polson boys split rivalry basketball games Ronan girls, Polson boys split rivalry basketball games

PABLO – The Ronan boys and girls basketball teams faced off with cross-county rival Polson for the first of this season’s two meetings on Friday at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center on the Salish Kootenai College campus. The Ronan Maidens won the opener of the double-header with a 56-...

Sports Shorts for Jan. 10, 2018

Basketball Arlee Warriors Arlee Warriors 84,  Mission Bulldogs 39 Beneath the freshly hung 2016-17 Class C state championship banner, the Arlee Warriors took care of business on their home court Jan. 2 by defeating Class B Mission Bulldogs 84-39. Greg Whitesell poured in 20 poin...

Sheriff’s office responds robbery, home invasion

News from Lake County Sheriff Don Bell POLSON – Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies discovered a robbery and another home invasion suspect during two separate events occurring on the morning of Friday, Dec. 22.  According to a press release from Sheriff Don Bell, the first incident occurr...

Ronan mayor signs up for another term Ronan mayor signs up for another term

RONAN – Mayor Kim Aipperspach put up his right hand during the Ronan City Council meeting on Monday and was sworn into office by the police chief. Aipperspach took his first seat on the council as a board member in 1989 with a desire to help the community. He became the mayor about ten years ago, ha...

Eagles fall to Vikings in 14C matchup Eagles fall to Vikings in 14C matchup

PABLO - Two Eagle River girls’ and boys’ basketball teams hosted their cross-county rival Charlo in a District 14C match up in the Two Eagle River gymnasium on Tuesday, Dec. 9. Head coach Laura Tenas and her Lady Eagles, who are still looking for their first win of the young 2017-18 season, wi...

Briefs for Dec. 20, 2017 Briefs for Dec. 20, 2017

RONAN — We are excited to have Svein Neuman, of Northern Plains Resource Council, who will explain how his organization has been so effective in bringing together people with different points of view to find solutions that work for the community. After his presentation, we will invite participants to b...


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