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Articles with the Tag: Polson Fire Department

March Meltdown race signals spring weather March Meltdown race signals spring weather

POLSON – Runners of all ages and skill levels enjoyed sunshine and clear skies Saturday morning during the Polson Running group’s March Meltdown 5K. The annual race signals that spring and warmer days are near. The group encourages healthy activities by hosting a number of popular races throug...

Polson apartment fire under investigation Polson apartment fire under investigation

Polson City Fire and mutual aid engines from the Polson Rural Fire and Finley Point Fire departments were dispatched to the 500 block of Main Street for a reported structure fire on Friday, Jan. 11 at 2:10 p.m., according to a press release from the City Fire Department. One unit of an apartment complex caug...

Community Christmas tree to be removed, new tree established Community Christmas tree to be removed, new tree established

POLSON — Last year was the final holiday season for an evergreen that has been an emblem of holiday cheer in Polson for years.  The former community Christmas tree is located between Showboat Cinemas and Glacier Bank on Main Street. It will not be lit this year, and it will be removed before th...

Federal fugitive arrested in Polson

POLSON – On the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 28, the Polson Police Department received anonymous information that Eli Stops also known as “Sleepy Loko” was hiding from law enforcement at 608 2nd Street West. Stops was wanted by the US Marshals Service for an outstanding federal warrant. Po...

Fun with a purpose Fun with a purpose

POLSON – Jacob Todd, 5, wanted to go fishing on Saturday morning, but he ended up going to the Back to School Wellness Fair instead and picked up a catch of a different kind. “Look at all this,” he said opening the backpack he received at the event. He had a coloring book from the Polson...

Safety Days Safety Days

POLSON – Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children 12 years and younger, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In fact, the NHTSA finds that half of all child safety seats are not properly fitted to the child or installed correctly in a vehicle. ...

Masons recognize first responders Masons recognize first responders

News from Mission Valley Lodge #78 POLSON – Sometimes things in our lives just go suddenly and terribly wrong. When that happens, we need someone’s help and we need it right away. Fortunately, we have men and women in our society who are trained to deal with emergency situations, our communi...

Big Arm postal services relocated due to fire Big Arm postal  services  relocated due to fire

BIG ARM - A fire at the Big Arm Post Office at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9 resulted in postal services being moved to the Elmo office.  Polson Rural Fire Chief Gordon Gieser said 25 firefighters from Polson Rural, Polson City and Chief Cliff fire departments responded and had the fire contained within 30...

Big Arm postal services relocated due to fire Big Arm postal services relocated due to fire

BIG ARM - A fire at the Big Arm Post Office at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9 resulted in postal services being moved to the Elmo office. Polson Rural Fire Chief Gordon Gieser said 25 firefighters from Polson Rural, Polson City and Chief Cliff fire departments responded and had the fire contained within 30 minutes ...

State of the city: Mayor, city manager give update to Polson Chamber State of the city: Mayor, city manager give update to Polson Chamber

POLSON – The state of the city was on the agenda at last week’s Polson Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Mayor Heather Knutson and City Manager Mark Shrives gave attendees at KwaTaqNuk Resort a rundown on goings-on in the city since Jan. 1. Shrives said that the city’s $17 million wastewa...


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