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Polson seniors for Feb. 3, 2021

POLSON — We are open but can’t guarantee your safety from COVID-19, so use your best judgment before participating in activities and meals. We are selling See’s Candy boxes until gone. Don’t forget Valentine’s Day is coming soon. Activities: veterans’ representative ...

Healthcare workers inundated with calls asking for vaccine Healthcare workers inundated with calls asking for vaccine

LAKE COUNTY  — “We are more than inundated with phone calls, said Lake County Health Services Director Emily Colomeda on a Zoom call with the county commissioners last week. “People are frustrated and we’re just as frustrated with the process as the public is.” It’...

Superintendent addresses public concern about new Linderman gym’s color Superintendent addresses public concern about new Linderman gym’s color

POLSON — Construction crews are making substantial progress on the completion of the Linderman Elementary School Gymnasium rebuild project.  “Crews are steadily moving forward,” said Polson School District superintendent Tom DiGiallonardo. “The building is 100 percent framed o...

PBC announces new board of directors

News from Polson Business Community  POLSON — The Polson Business Community is leading the way for positive change and growth for retailers, professionals, visitors and friends of downtown Polson.   During a recent meeting, a new board of directors was elected, and planning for the ye...

Polson officers awarded for exceptional service in 2020 Polson officers awarded for exceptional service in 2020

News from the Polson Police Department  POLSON — On the afternoon of Tuesday, Jan. 19, the Polson Police Department awarded certificates to several officers for their exceptional service to the community during the 2020 year. Polson Police Chief Wade Nash said: “Their outstanding per...

Man admits to impaired driving

A Polson man admitted to driving his white Jeep while intoxicated this past August and causing an accident. Dillon S. Bindschadler, 29, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on Jan. 20 to felony criminal endangerment and misdemeanor driving while under the influence.  On Aug. 3, eme...

Local support, history for resort tax shared

In 2015, the City of Polson asked local citizens to volunteer for the Economic Development Council. As a business owner on Main Street since 1994, I thought I might have something to offer and volunteered. Our first task was to review and advise the city council on the use of a resort tax.  The Monta...

Snow-shoeing, skiing offer healthy ways to enjoy Montana winters Snow-shoeing, skiing offer healthy ways to enjoy Montana winters

Years ago, I decided the only way to make peace with Montana’s long, gray, and often-frigid winters was to get outside and find ways to enjoy them. Since downhill skiing fell by the wayside, I’ve amped up my cross-country skiing. It’s a much cheaper pursuit than its downhill cousin (for the...

Polson seniors forJan. 20, 2021

POLSON — We cannot guarantee your safety from COVID-19 so use your best judgment before participating in activities and meals. We are still selling See’s Candy boxes until they are all gone. They make a great gift. Activities: hearing clinic on Tuesday, Jan., 26; card bingo on Thursday, Jan. 2...

2021 MADE fair dates shift from June to August

News from handMADE Montana POLSON — The past year has been anything but predictable. After choosing to cancel all of our 2020 events, handMADE Montana is looking forward, cautiously, to the year ahead. The MADE fairs have become known for their amazing assortment of artists, high quality of handcr...


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