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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Polson Seniors for Nov. 14, 2018

POLSON — Thank goodness the political ads are over. Now we can get back to learning about the latest drugs to beg our doctors for. Commodities will be sorted and bagged on Nov. 20 and they can be picked up after 1 p.m. If you’re into playing cards, check out our pinochle and bridge groups. ...

Sports program fosters team spirit Sports program fosters team spirit

PABLO – Saturday’s matchup between co-ed teams from Mission and Ronan featured all the hallmarks of any typical basketball game, including dribbles, rebounds, steals, made baskets and celebrations on both benches, but this was no ordinary high school basketball game. It was the first-ever game pl...

Briefs for Nov. 7, 2018

Interested participants invited to Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan meeting POLSON — On Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 3 p.m., in the Lake County OEM meeting room, 25-C Regatta Road, Lake County is initiating the five year update to their Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan will update the strategy to reduc...

Two Eagle photographers featured in New York City exhibit Two Eagle photographers featured in New York City exhibit

When high school junior Chandra Whiteman-LaForge snapped a photo of her friend in a pink dress beneath the Armed Forces Memorial Bridge in Polson last February, she never dreamed that it would earn her the opportunity to travel over 2,000 miles to the nation’s largest city. Whiteman-LaForge took the...

Free leaf pick up available in Polson

News from City of Polson Street Department  POLSON – Every Monday in November the City of Polson's street department will be offering free pick up of leaves that have been placed in biodegradable leaf bags. Leaves placed in plastic bags will not be picked up. Please place biodegradable lea...

City of Polson shares information about city manager, next meeting

News from the City of Polson POLSON – On Monday, Oct. 22, Polson city commissioners held a scheduled special commission meeting to vote on renewing City Manager Mark Shrives’ employment agreement. After a tie vote on the proposed two-year agreement failed the motion, a second motion was made...

Local woman recovering from car accident

Mary Ouellette has spent the last three months working to return to the life she loves in Polson. On Aug. 10, Ouellette sustained life-threatening injuries in a head-on car crash. She was driving on Kerr Dam Road, on her way to a friend’s house.  The driver of the other car involved in the cras...

Hundahl gets caught three times

A Polson man who was busted for possessing methamphetamine three times was committed to the Montana Department of corrections for five years, with none of that time suspended, at District Court in Polson on Oct. 31. According to charging documents, on June 10, 2017, Robin Wade Hundahl, 54, was the subject...

Murphy's rape charges get reduced to negligent endangerment

A Polson apartment manager who was accused of raping a woman will spend no more than the one day in jail that he has already served.  David Thomas Murphy, 64, was sentenced at District Court in Polson on Monday, Oct. 29, to the amended charges of misdemeanor negligent endangerment and felony tamperin...

Kettle season almost here

News from the Salvation Army The summer is in our rear-view mirror as we look ahead to the beauty of fall and winter. The Salvation Army Kettle campaign will soon arrive with ringing bells and smiling faces. Community support over the years has been outstanding with many churches, individuals and groups...

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