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Polson Pirates take down Browning Indians Polson Pirates take down Browning Indians

POLSON — The Polson Pirates capped off their undefeated season with a 49-0 shutout victory against the visiting Browning Indians. The Pirates will enter the playoffs with home field advantage and a well-deserved rest during a first-round playoff bye week.  “Next up is a playoff game on...

Hewston 10th at state meet

HELENA — The Polson Pirate and Lady Pirate cross-country runners turned in a strong showing at the Montana Class A State Championships held at the Bill Roberts Golf Course in Helena. The Polson girls were sixth out of 18 teams, and the boys 12th out of 20 teams.  “Both teams performed wel...

Polson to paint gym pink

Polson’s Lady Pirate spikers beat Stevensville Oct. 18 and lost to Dillon Oct. 20. Against the Yellowjackets, Polson won 25-16, 25-16, 25-16. At home Saturday against Dillon, the Polson athletes fought through five games for an eventual 23-25, 18-25, 25-21, 25-19, 11-15 loss. Senior Chelsea Chowning...

Polson student receives national recognition

POLSON — Polson High School student Roseanna Stanfield has been selected for membership in the National Society of High School Scholars, which recognizes top scholars and invites only those students who have achieved academic excellence. The announcement was made by NSHSS found and chairman Claes Nobel...

Final AARP driving course offered

POLSON — The last AARP driving course will be here at the center on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This is available to any and all veterans of any war or conflict and their families, for free. This will be Clara’s last class before she heads south, so if you are interested, please give us a call and we’...

School board raises administrative salaries School board raises administrative salaries

POLSON — Trustees voted 4 to 2 at the October school board meeting to give administrators in the Polson School District a 2-percent raise. In addition to the salary increase, administrators received two more personal days, bringing their total up to seven per year. Each administrator also receives full...

Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence Individuals, agencies honored for standing against domestic violence

POLSON — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Domestic Violence Education and Services hosted its annual “Taking a Stand Against Domestic Violence” awards luncheon at the Big Sky Art Bistro on Oct. 10.  “These awards were a result of nominations from throughout La...

Polson candidate forum showcases civility Polson candidate forum showcases civility

POLSON — In an election season marred by blind accusations, distortion of facts and horrific political attack ads featuring mudslinging and half-truths by both parties at the state and federal level, civility has become an uncommon phenomenon.  That was not the case during the Polson Chamber of...

Polson man celebrates 90 years Polson man celebrates 90 years

POLSON — “Harding was still president,” Melvin “Mel” Mohler said, of his birth on Oct. 25, 1922. “I’ve gone through 17 presidents.” Polson resident Mohler said one of his fondest memories was listening to Herbert Hoover’s inauguration on the radio at s...

Heart and Soul plans neighborhood get-together

Polson Heart and Soul Project kicks off its first neighborhood gathering at McCrumb’s Barn, 33213 Finley Point Rd., 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21.  Fun, good conversation and free food are planned and babysitting services are available.  Everyone of all ages is welcome to attend with special em...


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