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Articles with the Tag: Polson schools

Tar Wars poster winners announced Tar Wars poster winners announced

News from Lake County Public Health Tobacco Prevention & Education Program         LAKE COUNTY – Tar Wars is a national tobacco-free education program from the American Academy of Family Physicians, designed for fourth through sixth-grade students. The program consists of a o...

Linderman experiences the end of an era Linderman experiences the end of an era

POLSON – Small groups gathered all day Tuesday, June 25, to watch a large excavator turn the nearly 70-year-old Linderman Gymnasium into a pile of rubble, dust and memories. “This is sad,” said one onlooker. “I remember going to high school in that building.” Linderman Gym...

Slide through summer with learning fun

By Kathi Beeks                  Valley Journal The “summer slide” sounds like fun play equipment - it is anything but. Children lose up to three months worth of reading and math skills during long summer vacations. While there are educators pushi...

Polson Police Department praises community for generosity Polson Police Department praises community for generosity

POLSON – The city council meeting was filled with the remarkable generosity of the Polson community.  First, Polson Police Chief and Interim City Manager Wade Nash presented two Special Olympic teams with donation money raised from the Polson Police Tip-A-Cop event hosted at Pizza Hut.   K...

Interim city manager receives pay raise

POLSON – Interim city manager Wade Nash’s pay has been increased, and the city isn’t any closer to filling the position permanently.  All members of the commission who attended the meeting voted in favor of awarding Nash the pay increase he requested. His new salary will be $3,000 p...

briefs for June 19, 2019

McGuinness awarded prestigious P.E.O. Scholarship POLSON — The prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship, for the 2019-20 academic year, was awarded to Shea McGuinness, a recent graduate of Polson High School. The scholarship certificate was presented at a recent meeting by P.E.O. Chapter CA President L...

PHS seniors, alums awarded $38,750 in scholarships

Polson Scholarship and Education Foundation awarded 29 scholarships totaling $38,750 to Polson High School seniors and former Polson High School graduates who are currently attending an accredited 2-year, 4-year, community college, university or vocational school. The following scholarships are set up thr...

Public meeting days, times listed

Lake County Board of Commissioners Lake County Commissioners meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m.-noon and from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Public comment on matters within the commission’s jurisdiction are allowed each day the commission meets. For information call 406-883-7204 or email: ...

Local teams make a splash at softball tournament Local teams make a splash at softball tournament

POLSON – Twenty-two girls’ fastpitch softball teams from all over Northwestern Montana battled each other and Mother Nature’s mixed grab bag of weather this past weekend during the 2019 Polson Splash Classic. Polson Softball Complex played host to the three-day annual fastpitch tournamen...

Polson graduates accept $1M in scholarships Polson graduates accept $1M in scholarships

POLSON – Six valedictorians took to the stage during the Polson High School graduation ceremony on Sunday afternoon, including Keyan Dalbey, Beatrix Frissell, Ashlee Howell, Makauly Morrison, Abigail Raymond and Lauren Vergeront.   They were each given three minutes to speak and talked about th...


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