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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Polson school board agrees to unused sick day pay

POLSON — Polson Education Association president Matt Bishop presented a request from Chris Bumgarner, who will be retiring from the Polson School system, for an extension of his retirement benefits at the June 12 school board meeting.  Bumgarner, a music teacher at Polson High School, will be a...

David William Burgan, MD

POLSON — The interment service for David William Burgan, MD, will be at Lake View Cemetery in Polson on Saturday, June 23, at 11 a.m.  The Reverend David B. Joachim from Ohio will conduct the graveside service. There will be a time for remembering and lunch at the family home following the service...

Campbell, Erickson hold town hall meeting

 POLSON — Inviting people to come in and talk about their concerns, Ward 1 City Commissioners John Campbell and Todd Erickson met with constituents on June 12.  About 15 people came to visit with Campbell and Erickson during the open house format from 6 to 8 p.m. Many had questions, proble...

Weather wonderful for Plein Air Paint-Out

POLSON — Easels, palettes and paintbrushes were visible all around the area as 19 artists gathered for the 2012 Reservation Views Plein Air Paint-Out from June 14 to 17. The artists turned in their work, a culmination of four days of painting, on June 16, according to Mary Kelley, who along with Kel...

Police seek info on stabbing

POLSON — On March 17 at approximately 9:05 p.m., a stabbing occurred on the corner of 10th Avenue West and Third Street West in Polson. If you have any information in regard to this crime or any other crime, please call Lake County Crimestoppers at 883-7309 or 883-7277 for Detective Juan Maso at the Po...

Marines raise money for July 4 fireworks

POLSON — The Fourth of July is coming soon, and so is the annual fireworks display. The Marine Corps League Hellroaring Detachment 1041 raises money to fund the Roman candles, rockets and bursts. The League spent Saturday on U.S. Highway 93 and Main Street in Polson collecting from passing motorists...

Attorney General wraps up 3 investigations into Lake County Sheriff's Office

POLSON — The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has been cleared of three allegations of wrongdoing brought forward in complaints by current employees of the office.  The Department of Criminal Investigations investigated allegations made by Lake County deputies Ben Woods, Steve Kendley and Mik...

Three Lady Pirates selected All-State Three Lady Pirates selected All-State

POLSON — Three Lady Pirate softball players were named to the 2012 Northwestern A All-State team; five to first team All-Conference; and three to second team All-Conference. The Polson Lady Pirates are the 2012 State A softball champions, an honor they’ve claimed three years in a row. Seniors ...

Lilletta “Lettie” Lee Neuman Lilletta “Lettie” Lee Neuman

MISSOULA – Lilletta “Lettie” Lee Neuman, age 63, of Missoula and former Polson resident, died at St. Patrick Hospital, Wednesday, May 30, 2012, surrounded by the love of her husband John, son Greg and her extended family. Lettie was an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai...

Attorney’s contract favors self above city

Editor, The citizens of Polson have a reasonable expectation that city employees work for the best interests of the city. The kerfuffle regarding impact fees resulting from the discovery that the city attorney did not pay them and failed to pay his building permit fees in a timely manner, has led some to ...


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