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Articles with the Tag: Polson schools

Sports Shorts for Sept. 11, 2019 Sports Shorts for Sept. 11, 2019

Volleyball Mission Lady Bulldogs  Mission High Lady Bulldogs volleyball earned a win Tuesday, Sept. 3, over Arlee in their season home opener sweeping the Scarlets 26-24, 25-17, 25-13. The Lady Bulldogs as a team posted on the evening 22 kills, 49 digs, 22 assists and 19 aces.  Ri...

Construction of new Linderman gym underway

POLSON – The second phase of the three-phase Linderman Gymnasium construction project began last week as crews from Swank Enterprises moved equipment and building supplies onto the site.  “The project is right on track for a winter 2020 completion,” said Rex Weltz, Polson School Dis...

Art Docent Program seeks volunteers

POLSON — The Art Docent Program at Linderman School is a volunteer based art history program that allows students to become immersed in art, through classroom instruction. In this program a docent is a volunteer that is trained to present art related information and lessons in the classroom. If you ...

Pirates snap 12-game losing streak with win over Columbia Falls Pirates snap 12-game losing streak with win over Columbia Falls

POLSON – Under the bright lights Friday night, the Polson Pirates football squad snapped a 12-game losing streak that stretched back to mid-season 2017 by winning their season opener with a 20-6 victory over the defending Northwestern A Conference Champions Columbia Falls Wildcats. The players were ...

Sports Shorts for Sept. 4, 2019 Sports Shorts for Sept. 4, 2019

Volleyball Arlee Scarlets The Arlee Scarlets volleyball team fell 1-3 (28-24, 26-28, 25-27, 12-25) to the Seeley Swan Lady Blackhawks in a non-conference game Thursday in Seeley. Charlo Lady Vikings In preseason warm up action, the Charlo Lady Vikings headed to Philipsburg for the Gra...

Community comes together to celebrate children, school Community comes together to celebrate children, school

POLSON – Several community groups and local businesses offered students and their families an opportunity to combine summer fun along with preparation for the upcoming school year on Saturday with a Day of Hope back-to-school wellness fair. The event was located in downtown Polson on Third Avenue We...

Brown wins women's triathlon race Brown wins women's triathlon race

POLSON - Two- hours, 10-minutes and fifty-seconds is all it took for triathlete Joel Bischoff to outpace thirty-seven other competitors and secure the overall victory during Saturday’s 2019 Polson Triathlon.  Bischoff swam approximately one-mile in the open, choppy water of Flathead Lake; biked...

Linderman gymnasium project on track

POLSON – Polson School District board members took less than an hour to approve all items listed on the agenda during the Monday evening, July 15, meeting. Polson School District Superintendent Rex Weltz gave an updated progress report on the Linderman gymnasium rebuild project. According to Weltz, ...

sports shorts for July 24, 2019 sports shorts  for July 24, 2019

Football Charlo Viking football standout Landers Smith was the lone Mission Valley representative during Saturday night’s 73rd Annual Montana East-West Shrine Game at the Bob Green Field on the campus of Montana Tech in Butte. Smith, who will be playing for Montana Tech in the fall, suited up f...

Nonprofit hires new co-executive director

News from Alternative Energy Resources Organization   MONTANA – The Alternative Energy Resources Organization announced that Lindsay Ganong is joining their staff as a new co-executive director. Ganong is a proven leader in diverse settings and brings unique skills to AERO, where she will be ...


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