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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Kibler pleads not guilty to assault

Alan Lewis Kibler, 34, of Polson entered a plea of not guilty in Polson District Court on June 10 to two counts of partner or family member assault, assault with a weapon and kidnapping, all felonies. According to court records, on May 26, a social worker with child protective services reported to the Lak...

Polson man faces assault charges Polson man faces assault charges

A Polson man is accused of beating his girlfriend over a period of several days, causing bruising “all over her body,” according to charging documents.  Pernell Albert Dionne Jr., 35, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on June 10 to five counts of felony partner or...

Man pleads not guilty to felony charges Man pleads not guilty to felony charges

Jonathan Dell Tifft, 29, of Polson, entered a plea of not guilty in District at Polson on June 10 to felony exposure to a minor.  The charges stem from an incident at the Polson homecoming parade on Sept. 27, 2019, when several girls on a parade float reported seeing Tifft expose himself. Some of the...

Senior coupons available

LAKE COUNTY — It’s that time of year again. People age 60 or older, within certain income guidelines, are eligible for $50 coupons to spend at Lake County farmer’s markets. You can purchase Montana grown vegetables, fruit, cut herbs and raw honey with the coupons. We are encouraging seniors...

Anti-racism protest moves peacefully through Polson Anti-racism protest moves peacefully through Polson

POLSON – Protests following the death of George Floyd have spread across the country from big cities to small towns as American citizens take a stand against racism. On Thursday, June 4, about 50 people in Polson picked up signs and marched through town. Organizers Jessica Mali Edwards and Jenn Grov...

Franks takes plea agreement on assault charges

A Polson woman, formerly of Hot Springs, had her imposition of sentencing deferred for three years. The action stems from charges of aggravated assault and drug possession.  Evelyn Josephine Franks, 27, entered into a plea agreement at District Court in Polson on April 9. One count of criminal posses...

Briefs for June 10, 2020

Montana makes appearance in new 1970s novel POLSON – Local author Maggie Plummer has published a new novel, “Webs in the Mist,” which is the second book in her semi-autobiographical Jessie Morgan series. The novel is the sequel to “Bell-Bottom Gypsy,” following Jessie as sh...

Briefs for May 10, 2020

Health Dept. to speak to Pachyderms about COVID-19 News from the Lake County Pachyderms POLSON — The Lake County Pachyderms would like to invite the community to hear the Lake County Health Department share important updates on the Coronavirus. It will take place on June 12 from noon-1 p.m. a...

Polson seniors for June 10, 2020

  POLSON — The Polson Senior Center will probably not open until Phase 3. Lunches are delivered Mondays-Fridays for $5.  Menu: —  Wednesday, June 10: taco salad with chips, refried beans, corn salad with lime dressing, pear crisp —  Thursday, June 11: turkey ...

Busy boating season launches with new protocols Busy boating season launches with new protocols

POLSON — Tourism related businesses like local Flathead Lake recreational watercraft and boat rental shops received some positive news recently. The first day of the state’s move into phase two of the Reopening the Big Sky plan was on Monday, May 25. Gov. Steve Bullock lifted the 14-day travel...


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