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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Response to sunken boat appreciated

Editor, As most of you know, in the early morning hours of Aug. 15, we had quite the wind and rainstorm in Polson. I arrived to work early on Wednesday morning to find our boat upside down, smashed to pieces in the Flathead River. So the work began. The first call we made was to dispatch, and Steve Stanle...

Charlo woman appointed interim JP

POLSON — Lake County Commissioners appointed Ann-Marie McNeel, Charlo, to fill the unfinished term of Chuck Wall, who resigned as Lake County Justice of the Peace on Aug. 8. In a statement, Wall said he was resigning in order to save his family and the citizens and taxpayers of Lake County the expen...

Indian National Finals Rodeo heads to Vegas via Polson Indian National Finals Rodeo heads to Vegas via Polson

The Polson Fairgrounds were filled with horses, horse trailers and campers and firefighters over the weekend. The firefighters were fighting the West Garcon fire, and the horses, horse trailers and campers belonged to contestants in the Flathead River Indian National Finals Tour Rodeo, held Aug. 23-25. Th...

Polson 3rd in home tip-off tourney Polson 3rd in home tip-off tourney

POLSON — The Polson Lady Pirates volleyball team climbed to third place through a tough field of Northwestern and Southwestern A teams at their tip-off tournament last weekend. Corvallis won the tournament, and the Frenchtown Lady Broncs were second. Pool-play match results – Polson split with...

Bid farewell to Kelcey

RONAN — Well, the weather has cooled down and the fires are dwindling, so maybe summer won’t end up so bad after all. This Friday, Aug. 31, is our birthday dinner, and it is also Kelcey’s last day. Come on in and tell her good-bye and enjoy a great roast beef dinner with us. I am going t...

Special thanks go out to many

POLSON — Friday’s dinner consisted of Clara’s fish and Kaye’s banana splits. A special thanks goes to all the people who helped: Clara, Kaye, Sharon, Dee, Gabby, Wendy, and anyone else I forgot.  We had a membership drive on that day and so people renewed or got a new card for th...

GPCF president announces 2012 grants

POLSON — At the Aug. 20 Polson City Commission meeting, Greater Polson Community Foundation President Penny Jarecki listed the 2012 grants from the foundation.  Grants went to the Dayton-Proctor Foundation, Cheerful Heart, Flathead Lakers, Flathead Lake International Cinema Fest, North Lake Cou...

Film festival planned in Polson

POLSON — Lights; camera; action. The spotlight will be shining Feb. 1-3, when Polson will host the first annual Flathead Lake International Cinemafest. The Envison Polson Film Committee is already working diligently to prepare for next year’s exciting event. Filmmakers from around the world ...

Polson hosts first triathlon Polson hosts first triathlon

POLSON — With a 1.5 km (0.93 miles) swim, a 40 km (24.9 miles) bike course through Valley View Road, Eli Gap Road and Back Road, and finishing with a 10 km (6.2 mile) run looping through Polson, the first Polson Triathlon kept athletes busy Aug. 18.  Starts and ends were all at Riverside Park, ...

Seniors appreciate fresh vegetables

POLSON —We would like to thank Salish Kootenai College for their wonderful donation of fresh vegetables. We understand they are grown at the college. They are beautiful and we have made good use of them already. Thank you again; they are very much appreciated. Congratulations to Joe and Sharon McDon...


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