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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Polson teen missing, help sought

POLSON — Oriana Forsythe, a 14-year-old Polson girl, is missing. Oriana was last seen at her home in Polson Feb. 4 and may be heading to Holly, Mich., or even Florida. She is 5-foot-2 and weighs 90 pounds. She has blonde hair that may be dyed darker or black and brown eyes. If you have seen her or have...

School looks at renovation plans

POLSON — Trustees were eager to hear McKinstry’s Dan McGee’s results of a performance grade audit at Polson High School at the Feb. 11 school board meeting. With four components — roof construction, HVAC construction, building envelope and general conditions — the amount totaled...

Pirates look to break school record with trip to state Pirates look to break school record with trip to state

POLSON — Polson’s boys basketball team has made it to the state tournament three years in a row, playing for the state title three years ago and finishing second.  Head coach Brad Pluff said no other team in Polson has made it to the state tournament three years in a row, and while it is ...

Feistner, Petersen win at all-star wrestling tourney

GREAT FALLS — Two Mission Valley wrestlers won their weight classes at the fifth annual Tournament of Champions in Great Falls. Polson’s Craig Feistner won the 140-pound championship, and Mission-Charlo's Jacen Petersen won at 171 pounds. The tournament, sponsored by the Great Falls personal i...

Mission Valley fields state wrestling champions Mission Valley fields state wrestling champions

MISSION VALLEY — Mission Valley wrestlers took home more than a few  trophies last weekend at the Montana state wrestling tournament in Billings.  In the B-C division, the Ronan Chiefs placed fourth as a team, while the St. Ignatius-Charlo squad took fifth. Mission-Charlo head coach Lyle C...

Commission honors citizens, officers Commission honors citizens, officers

POLSON — Polson Police Chief Wade Nash presented lifesaving ribbons and medals at the Feb. 4 Polson City Commission meeting. Citizens honored for a lifesaving act were 12-year-old Kyler Lundeen and 11-year-old Kyle Blixt. Lundeen and Blixt were boating on Aug 3, 2012, when Blixt realized her father ...

Fundraiser for Soup’s On activities planned Fundraiser for Soup’s On activities planned

POLSON — Slide on into the fourth annual Winter Fest on Feb. 23 at the Elks Club. The event will feature a sensational sliced pork entrée prepared by revered chef Guy Hill, of the Old World Deli. Don’t miss celebrated country singer and songwriter Rob Quist beginning at 8 p.m. Quist cap...

Cribbage players sought

POLSON — I have had several people inquire if we had some cribbage players here at the center and I couldn’t answer that question. So, I’m asking anyone who plays cribbage and would like to get together for a friendly game or two, once a week or so, to give me a call here at the center. Who...

Tamara Heftved, William Garrison to wed Tamara Heftved, William Garrison to wed

POLSON —Along with her family, Barbara Heftved of Polson, mother of Tamara Lane Heftved, would like to announce Tamara’s engagement to William Jr. Garrison of Grand Junction, Colo. Tamara is a 2010 graduate of Polson High School and a graduate of Creviers Beauty School in Kalispell. William is th...

Pirates pick up 2 wins Pirates pick up 2 wins

POLSON — The Polson Pirates won two games at home last weekend, beating the Corvallis Blue Devils 51-48 on Friday and sending the Libby Loggers home defeated 54-44 on Saturday. Bolstered by a 13-0 second-quarter run, Polson fought hard to win a close contest over Corvallis. Hayden Congdon led the Pi...


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