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Mission Valley Animal Shelter welcomes new director Mission Valley Animal Shelter welcomes new director

POLSON — Many dogs and cats have found their “forever homes” after a stay at the Mission Valley Animal Shelter. New director Jill Simpson has been on the job for about a month, and she hopes to continue the shelter’s work for years to come Learning how the place works has kept Simp...

CASA fundraising tourney still open to golfers

POLSON — Bobby’s sitting on the floor, his diaper badly soiled but after hours now caked dry. Close by, his older sister Linda is playing video games on a small old television, caring and sometimes watchful, but currently oblivious of her brother since he’s stopped crying for a c...

Red Cross holds training session Red Cross holds training session

POLSON — “Keep your palm on the chest,” Dave Wheat cautioned a student as he circled the room. Wheat taught cardio pulmonary resuscitation and first-aid at the American Red Cross Training Institute held at the Fairgrounds Fire Station April 12-14. After two minutes of CPR, with the stude...

Polson tennis wins big in Cut Bank

Polson netters Brady Hislop and Dylan McCrumb had exceptional weekends at the Cut Bank Invitational, with each going undefeated.  “Brady had huge wins over Jeff Miller of Cut Bank and Andrew Bruno of Lewistown, and Dylan picked up a big win at No. 1 singles against Isaac Matt of Cut Bank,” h...

‘Snowbirds’ return

POLSON — We still have some openings for the AARP Driving Course to be held here at the center on Tuesday, April 30, at 9 a.m.  If you are interested in taking this class, give us a call at (406) 883-4735 and we’ll get you on the list. Bingo is sure doing well here and we are happy to see...

Flames destroy Polson home Flames destroy Polson home

POLSON — Even a moniker like Lucky didn’t stop the fire that burned Lucky and Barbara Donnegan’s house on April 2, but the couple, their dog and their cat escaped the flames and were not injured. At approximately 6 p.m., dispatch received a call that there was a fire in the basement of t...

City manager sues City of Polson City manager sues City of Polson

POLSON — In March, Polson City Manager Todd J. Crossett’s attorney filed a suit in district court against the City of Polson on Crossett’s behalf. The first count is a wage claim.  Court records explained that in lieu of a contribution to the Public Employees Retirement System, t...

Veteran city treasurer plans retirement Veteran city treasurer plans retirement

POLSON — Surprising many people, including Mayor Pat DeVries and Polson City Commissioners, Polson City Treasurer Bonnie Manicke announced plans to retire in May at the April 1 Polson City Commission meeting. Manicke began her 37-year career with the city when she first ran for the office in 1977, and ...

Skyline construction begins April 15 Skyline construction begins April 15

POLSON — The final phase of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act’s $12,000 TIGER road and bike path construction project will begin April 15.  Skyline Drive will be one-way northbound beginning on April 15, and a pilot car or a flagger will guide motorists north at 20 minutes past t...

PHS senior party planned

POLSON — Graduation — It’s a time of celebration, cards and cake, we hope. Each year we read heart-wrenching news stories of kids who have come to harm because of drinking at graduation parties.  In Polson, kids have another option. For the past 27 years, the parents of PHS seniors ...


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