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Polson seniors for March 1, 2023

We are seeking an experienced cook for our kitchen. Apply at the center.  Over 200 seniors (so far) have taken advantage of tax filing assistance offered by AARP that is available on Mondays or Thursdays until April 6 or so. Call for an appointment.   Bowling: Fun league, pay by the day. Non-...

Help bring flower baskets to Polson Help bring flower baskets to Polson

News from GPCF POLSON  — The Greater Polson Community Foundation needs your help in securing financial support to continue the Polson Hanging Flower Baskets for 2023. For over 20 years these beautiful flower baskets that adorn downtown Polson have been a perfect example of what makes Polson s...

Uhrich sentenced to 80 years for deliberate homicide Uhrich sentenced to 80 years for deliberate homicide

POLSON — A Polson man convicted of murder was sentenced in Polson’s District Court on Feb. 14 to 80 years in the Montana State Prison with none of that time suspended. Tyler Uhrich, 20, pleaded guilty to deliberate homicide for the execution-style death of Rozlyn Paige Bluemel, 22, as part of a p...

Polson yoga studio offers benefits beyond the physical Polson yoga studio offers benefits beyond the physical

POLSON — As people work to develop new habits for a healthier life during the new year, Polson’s YogaHeart Home is ready to help them begin their journey - no matter their skill level.  While yoga is an ancient practice that comes in many modern-age varieties, Polson instructor Debra Syke...

Record cold produces record number of calls at Mission Valley Power Record cold produces record number of calls at Mission Valley Power

News from Mission Valley Power LAKE COUNTY — The average coldest month in Montana is January with typical weather temperatures ranging from a low of 15 degrees to a high of 55 degrees. The lowest recorded temperature was -43 in 1936. Yet this past January saw temperatures that set new records for ...

Simmons pleads guilty to felonies

POLSON — A sentencing date of March 29 has been set for a Polson man accused of two separate burglaries. Michael Leroy Simmons Jr., 36, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on Feb. 8 to two counts of burglary, one count theft and criminal possession, all felonies. The pleas were entered...

Briefs for Feb. 15, 2023

Game wardens seek information on three deer shot, wasted in Ferndale News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks game wardens are seeking information on three deer found shot and wasted in the Swan River north of the Montana 209 bridge in Fern...

‘Book Lovers’ month celebrated, super sale continues at library

POLSON — To celebrate February being “Library Lovers” month, we are offering a book giveaway. We will be giving away Jay Shetty’s new book: “8 Rules of Love.” To enter, tell us why you love our North Lake County Public Library. You can comment on Facebook or Instagram, or ...

Polson’s Spencer Henning earns UT Dean’s List honors

News from University of Tampa TAMPA, FL — Spencer Henning of Polson earned dean’s list honors at the University of Tampa for the Fall 2022 semester. Henning is majoring in Psychology BS. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or higher to be eligible for the dean’s list. The Universit...

Polson seniors for Feb. 15, 2023

POLSON — If it’s not one day (Valentines), it’s another (Presidents) Day. On the Feb. 20 we recognize all of them, not just your favorite(s). Like them or not, we live in a Democratic Republic; celebrate their leadership. Celebrate democracy.  Our demand for meal deliveries is growi...

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