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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Special election results announced

POLSON – The Lake County Election Office released the unofficial results for the May 8 School and Special District Election last week with five items on the ballot.  The count for the Jette Meadows/ Lake County Water and Sewer District came in with 54 votes for Richard W. Beauchamp and 29 for L...

Polson City Planning hears zoning change request Polson City Planning hears zoning change request

Cathie Tyler, co-owner of Polson Animal Clinic, and more than a dozen citizens addressed the City-County Planning Board on Tuesday, May 8, about a zoning petition requesting to rezone the current clinic building location from resort to general commercial/industrial. The vote by the planning board ended in...

Polson Police focus on helping drug endangered children Polson Police focus on helping drug endangered children

POLSON – During his annual report at the May 7 meeting, Police Chief Wade Nash told the city commission that new efforts to remove children from homes where drugs are used or sold are changing the way that officers approach their jobs.  In 2017 the department started working with in the Nationa...

Teen dies in Mud Falls hiking accident

News from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office POLSON – Cameron Roullier, 18, of Polson, slipped and fell off of Mud Lake Falls and died from his injuries at the scene.  Lake County 911 Center received a call about 3:45 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, that a member of the group hiking in the M...

Counterfeit money with Chinese writing circulating in area Counterfeit money with Chinese writing circulating in area

News from the Polson Police Department POLSON — The Polson Police Department would like to make members and guests of our community aware of counterfeit money circulating in our area. We are investigating three incidents in which $20 and $100 counterfeit bills have been circulated. The fake money ...

Maureen celebrates 80 years Maureen celebrates 80 years

With a twinkle in her eye and a spring in her step, Maureen Theiler recently celebrated her 80th birthday with a parade in downtown Polson. Friends and relatives followed Maureen down Main Street as she threw bazooka bubble gum to passersby from the back of the Port Polson Players limousine. Balloons, bubble...

Sign up for Boys & Girls Club summer session

News from MV Boys & Girls Club RONAN/POLSON — The summer applications for the Boys & Girls Club are now available. Summer program runs June 11 – Aug. 17, Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. -6 p.m. Kids ages 6-18 will engage in a variety of activities, including Missoula Children’s Thea...

Polson

POLSON — An optimist thinks that this is the best possible world. A pessimist fears that this is true.  And I’m afraid that other than the pinochle, exercise, Tai Chi classes, Mahjong and Friday night bingo, I don’t have a whole lot to write about except to mention and thank all the...

Students learn origins of food, explore ag-related topics Students learn origins of food, explore ag-related topics

POLSON – Joey Fulwiler, fourth grader, looked into an observation box full of bees moving about. He put his ear close to the clear partition and listened. “I heard their wings buzzing,” he said. “They sound cool.” Joey was participating in the annual Fourth Grade Ag Days o...

Woman gets 10 years following high speed chase Woman gets 10 years following high speed chase

Roishell Elizabeth St. Dennis, 28, of Missoula, was sentenced at District Court in Polson on May 2 to 20 years in the Montana State Women’s Prison with 10 years suspended on an assault with a weapon charge. The charge stems from a pursuit with law enforcement that began in Missoula and ended in Lake...


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