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FCA fundraiser pits teachers against students FCA fundraiser pits teachers against students

POLSON — Polson High School students challenged teachers and coaches in a volleyball match and a basketball game on March 22, all for a good cause.   The games, silent auction and spaghetti dinner raised money for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a PHS student group. “Local busine...

School board canvasses votes

POLSON — In a quick meeting on March 11, the Polson School Board of Trustees canvassed the Polson High School bond vote. Although only 39 percent of the registered voters cast ballots, the bond passed with 2,002 people voting for the bond and 1,059 voting no. The board also approved out-of-state tra...

Suspect charged in Polson stabbing death Suspect charged in Polson stabbing death

POLSON — Bond was set at $1 million for Makueeyapee Whitford, 32, a Browning man accused of murdering 26-year-old Polson resident John Pierre last week. Whitford, whose address is listed as 2012 N. Detox, Browning, is charged with deliberate homicide, a felony, in the stabbing death of John Pierr...

St. Paddy’s Day lunch successful

POLSON — I have had a lot of calls regarding the AARP driving class. I have finally heard from Clara and she will hold class here at the center on Tuesday, April 30. If you would like to get on the list please give us a call at (406) 883-4735.  Taxes are starting to wind down but if you still n...

Polson's Sampson to play in Badlands Bowl Polson's Sampson to play in Badlands Bowl

RONAN - For only the second time in school history, a Polson High School football player has been selected to play for Montana in the 20th annual Badlands Bowl against North Dakota.  Riley Sampson, a three-sport athlete in Polson, will represent his hometown and home state during the game. “...

Q&A: what residents ‘love’ about Polson Q&A: what residents ‘love’ about Polson

Two members of the Polson Heart and Soul Communications Team, Sue McCormick and Toni Young, acted as roving reporters in downtown Polson recently. Their mission: to interview the average “man (or woman) on the street” to obtain answers to the question, What do you love about Polson? Polson Hea...

Commission needs designs, information on pathway, city dock Commission needs designs, information on pathway, city dock

POLSON — Commission chambers were so crowded extra chairs were set up at the March 4 Polson City Commissioners meeting. Supporters of Resolution No. 1040 crowded the room as Ken Avison, Polson Redevelopment Agency president, spoke on behalf of the resolution, which would approve the walkway from Rivers...

Lovie Bernice Bailey Lovie Bernice Bailey

POLSON — Lovie Bernice Bailey, 87, passed away peacefully at her home in Polson, on December 18, 2012, surrounded by her family. A service was held for immediate family on December 19, 2012 at Grogan Funeral Home.  Lovie was born June 22, 1925 in Kimberly, Alberta, Canada. Lovie’s mother ...

Pirate alumnus makes new cheer squad uniforms possible Pirate alumnus makes new cheer squad uniforms possible

POLSON — The grant that made possible new uniforms for Polson’s cheer squad was made possible by a recommendation by Virginia (McWayne) Cutright and her daughter, Hilary Cutright, a 2000 graduate of Polson High School and former Pirate varsity cheerleader captain. Hilary, in appreciation for h...

Era ends for Polson cheer coach Era ends for Polson cheer coach

After 28 years shaping and mentoring Polson cheerleaders, Carol Jones is retiring. Really retiring, this time. She’ll turn over the laptop and the pom-poms to Marete Frame and Alysha Valentine, who will continue to build on Carol’s program.  Carol started out her cheer career as a chee...


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