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Hunter education courses open for registration Hunter education courses open for registration

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — Hunter education courses are open to registration in Kalispell, Polson, Eureka, and Plains.  Registration is free and available online at: https://fwp.mt.gov/education/hunter-education. Additional courses will become available this spring...

Carroll College names Dean’s List students

News from Sarah Lawlor / Carroll College HELENA — Carroll College named local students to its 2021 fall semester dean’s list. To be included on the dean’s list, a student must receive a 3.5 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 scale and take at least 12 graded credits in a semester. ...

$28.5M to be split among 69 Montana airports

News from the Office of Senator Jon Tester MONTANA — Following the passage of his bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently announced he secured $28,610,817 in Federal Aviation Administration Fiscal Year 2022 funding for 69 Montana airports as part of the ...

Local hospitals feel affects of COVID surge

The state’s healthcare providers are reeling from a surge in COVID-19 not seen since last fall, leading Governor Greg Gianforte to dispatch the National Guard to 11 Montana hospitals in the past two weeks, including those in Missoula, Whitefish, Plains and Kalispell. On Sept. 22 (the last date info ...

Governor invests nearly $150M water, sewer infrastructure projects

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Gianforte recently announced the investment of nearly $150 million for water and sewer infrastructure projects across the state. “Montana is leading the nation in making critical water and sewer infrastructure investments, with ...

Man keeps plea agreement made for burglary charges

A Plains man was able to keep the terms of his plea agreement, which called for imposition of sentencing being deferred on a series of charges, after having jumped bail and racked up new charges in other counties. Sentencing for Mitchell Bear Raymond, 25, was deferred for two years on one count of crimina...

Schrier sentenced for assault charges Schrier sentenced for assault charges

District Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher committed a Plains man to the Montana Department of Corrections for 10 years with five years suspended for assaulting a stranger with a rock. The sentence was handed down at District Court in Polson on Nov. 12.  Todd Harold Schrier, 58, pled guilty...

Plains man awaits trail for assault   Plains man awaits trail for assault  

A Plains man is accused using a rock to assault a man he didn’t know at a motel in Ronan. Todd Harold Schrier, 57, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on Aug. 20 to felony assault with a weapon. According to court records, on July 3, law enforcement officers were called to a rep...

Conference highlights unique Mission Valley trees Conference highlights unique Mission Valley trees

PLAINS – At first glance, the whitebark pine trees near Three Lakes Peak are just conifers in a forest full of green needles; however, the trees are among a dwindling number of their species devastated by disease in recent years. Last weekend, the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation held its annual ...

Local students named to MSU spring semester 2019 honor rolls

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2019. A total of 4,464 undergraduates have been named to the university’s two honor rolls for the 2019 spring semester. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours to b...


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