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Linderman gym construction project progressing Linderman gym construction project progressing

POLSON – Construction is continuing to progress forward toward a winter 2020 completion of the gymnasium located on the west side of Linderman Elementary School. On Friday afternoon, Rex Weltz, superintendent of Polson School District, released a status update concerning the project. He said constru...

Fairchild violates probation Fairchild violates probation

A Polson woman is back in custody for violating conditions of probation on a multi-count burglary conviction. Jennifer Michelle Fairchild, 41, admitted to four counts of burglary during a change plea hearing on Feb. 28, 2018, before District Judge James Manley. Fairchild admitted to breaking into a reside...

Rossbach sentenced for assaulting a police officer Rossbach sentenced for assaulting a police officer

For killing his passenger in a drunk-driving crash, a Ronan man has accepted a plea agreement that could result in a 15-year sentence to the Montana Department of Corrections with half of that time suspended. Brayden A’twen Cutfinger, 21, pleaded guilty at District Court in Polson on April 2 to the ...

Ronan man accepts plea

For killing his passenger in a drunk-driving crash, a Ronan man has accepted a plea agreement that could result in a 15-year sentence to the Montana Department of Corrections with half of that time suspended. Brayden A’twen Cutfinger, 21, pleaded guilty at District Court in Polson on April 2 to the ...

Polson seniors for Aril 8, 2020

POLSON — The Polson Senior Center is still closed except for home delivery of lunch, Monday-Friday, at $5 per meal with prior payment arrangements. Lunch for the week: —  Wed, April 8: oven beef stew, roll, Jello fruit salad, poke cake —  Thurs, April 9: meatloaf, baked p...

Polson seniors for April 1, 2020

POLSON — It is important to continue all social distancing and hygiene measures as the weeks continue with the threat of the virus. As time goes by, we sometimes let our guard down.  The Polson Senior Center remains closed for all activities. Home lunch delivery is still available Monday thru F...

Meeting cancellations, postponed events

Leon Hall potluck 
cancelled ST. IGNATIUS — Leon Hall monthly potluck for April 8 has been cancelled. Hope to see everyone on May 13 when we have a presentation by Prof. Dean Nicolai on Sami people and their culture compared to the Salish Culture.   Horsemen stay home RONAN —...

COA recommends seniors self-isolate as office closes

LAKE COUNTY — As additional social-distancing measures are put in place to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Lake County Council on Aging encourages senior citizens to self-isolate. According to LCCOA Executive Director Dara Rodda, the organization has limited its services to the senior food c...

Polson Loaves and Fish still open

News from Loaves and Fish  POLSON – The Polson Loaves and Fish food pantry thank our incredible supporters and pass along this important information. The pantry is still open during our regular hours, 2-5:45 p.m. on Tuesdays and 10-1:45 p.m. on Fridays. However, we are now a drive-through ...

Spring sports postponed amid pandemic Spring sports postponed amid pandemic

POLSON – Empty bleachers and an ominous silence filled Mission Valley tracks, tennis courts and softball parks during what would have been the official start to the 2020 prep spring sport season.  The Montana High School Association announced the health-related hiatus on Monday, March 16, that ...


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