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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Valley View home destroyed in blaze Valley View home destroyed in blaze

Most of a two-story house on Buffalo Bridge Road in Valley View burned on Nov. 1. The home belonged to Shawn and Pam Wilson, and neighbors reported the fire at approximately 9:30 a.m.  Due to charring marks, the fire is believed to have started near the chimney area on the second floor, according to ...

Polson rated No. 1 business-friendly city in statewide study Polson rated No. 1 business-friendly city in statewide study

POLSON — This fall Polson finished first in a study entitled “How Business Friendly are Montana’s 25 Largest Cities?” The Montana Policy Institute and Dr. John Hill, president of American Indicators, collected and compared information on Montana’s 25 largest cities and comple...

Polson Chamber awards businesses, individuals

POLSON – The Polson Chamber of Commerce 2012 awards banquet was held Friday, Nov. 2, at the Kwataqnuk Resort. The evening included a cocktail hour, dinner and an awards presentation, followed by music and dancing. The event was sold out this year, with more than 210 in attendance.  Robin Wallac...

Grant to refurbish fairgrounds grandstands Grant to refurbish fairgrounds grandstands

POLSON — With rodeos, concerts, fireworks viewing, rodeo camps and cross-country meets, the Polson fairgrounds grandstands seat a lot of people every year. While the underlying structure is sound on the 70-year-old grandstand, the benches, walkways and decks are in need of replacing. Polson Fairg...

Former reserve officer honored Former reserve officer honored

POLSON — Debbie Hobbs became a Lake County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Deputy in the fall of 2000. Less than three years later, she was on patrol when an auto accident on Polson hill claimed her life.  On Friday, Nov. 2, a section of Highway 93 from just south of Caffrey Road to the intersec...

Polson seniors donate to parking lot fund, sell tickets for quilt

POLSON — Thank you to all who donated to the parking lot pavement fund here at the center. Your generosity is appreciated. Tickets for the Irish chain quilt being raffled off at the center are going real well and fast. Come in, take a look, and get your tickets while you can. We have 1-pound boxe...

Agency on Aging to hold Medicare informational meeting

POLSON —  Open enrollment for Part D prescription coverage and Medicare Advantage plans began Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7, and most people can only make changes to their plans during this time. Don’t wait until January and discover that your plan doesn’t work for you in 2013. On Nov. 8,...

Pirates hunt for gold Pirates hunt for gold

POLSON — The Polson Pirate football squad has made it to the playoffs for seven consecutive seasons: a feat worthy of recognition in itself.  Repeating as conference champions for the second year, the team took on all challengers and blasted through the competition with gusto, finishing the sea...

Lady Pirates play tough Lady Pirates play tough

POLSON — Tasked with describing the Lady Pirates volleyball team in four words, head coach Jan Toth chose “intensity,” “headstrong,” “power” and “great characters.”  “Overall, I think we have more power and depth than we ever had,” Tot...

Aquatic center seeks donations for auction

POLSON — The following items or donations are needed for the upcoming auction and soup dinner on Nov. 10. It is important for us to minimize the cost of putting on the event to ensure all funds raised are put toward construction costs. Please let us know if you can help. Items needed: disposable sou...


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