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Sports Shorts for Sept. 16, 2020 Sports Shorts for Sept. 16, 2020

Football   Arlee Warriors The Arlee Warriors moved to a 1-2 overall record on the season Friday evening with a 76-36 road loss to the St. Regis Tigers. Charlo Vikings Coyle Nagy threw two touchdown passes and ran for another to help the Charlo Vikings ease past the Plains Horsem...

Ronan’s Heiner wins XC race on home course Ronan’s Heiner wins XC race on home course

RONAN — Ronan Chief Brant Heiner was the first individual to cross the finish line during the Ronan Cross Country team’s hosted Canal Bank Run on Friday afternoon. Heiner won the boys race on his home turf with a time of 16 minutes, 44 seconds. “I did not expect Heiner to break into t...

sports shorts for Sept. 9, 2020

Football   Arlee Warriors / Charlo Vikings Cross-county and Class 14C conference rivals Arlee Warriors and Charlo Vikings faced off on the gridiron Friday night for county bragging rights and a chance to remain undefeated on the season. “It’s a hard-hitting game,” sai...

Polson High School shares plan for sports events

News from Polson High School Principal Andy Fors POLSON – Polson High School has created a spectator plan for the start of the 2020-21 high school athletics season. At this time, the school has made the decision to allow four tickets per participating home team athlete and two tickets per particip...

Lake County schools roll out back-to-school plans

LAKE COUNTY – With just a tad under two weeks of summer vacation remaining, school districts within Lake County released their COVID-19 pandemic reopening plans for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year.  For the Arlee School District, school begins on Monday, Aug. 24. Arlee’s back-to-school...

Polson school's summer meal program temporarily suspended

News from the Polson School District  POLSON – The Polson School District summer meal program has been temporarily suspended – effective immediately – beginning on July 28.  A district food service worker tested positive for COVID-19. The district has notified the Lake Cou...

Local schools still pondering fall openings, new superintendents welcomed Local schools still pondering fall openings, new superintendents welcomed

LAKE COUNTY – As the academic school year creeps closer for students who are tentatively scheduled to return to area classrooms in late August, school district administrators throughout the county have been busily crafting reopening plans and preparing classrooms for a safe return. While a few schoo...

Montana No Kid Hungry grants announced

News from the Office of the Governor   MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock and First Lady Bullock, in partnership with Montana No Kid Hungry, announced a total of $212,500 in grant funds awarded for continued operation of food support programs in the wake of COVID-19.  Local organization...

Non-profits receive nearly $54K from GPCF

News from the Greater Polson Community Foundation POLSON — Because of the generosity of local donors, a total of $750,625 has been awarded to worthy needs and projects in our community from 2009 through mid 2020. The Greater Polson Community Foundation recently distributed $53,900 among 18 loca...

Polson student selected for scholars program Polson student selected for scholars program

News from MSU POLSON – Juliana Marengo, a 2020 graduate of Polson High School, has been selected for the MSU Hilleman Scholars Program.   The Hilleman Scholars Program is named after Dr. Maurice Hilleman, a graduate of MSU, who is credited with saving the lives of millions through his work...


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