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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Mission Valley Children’s Choir resumes rehearsals

The Mission Valley Children’s Choir will resume rehearsals on Wednesday, Feb. 6, at Faith Lutheran Church in Ronan at 3:45 p.m. New members are welcome to join.   The choir is composed of children from grades 2-6 from Polson, Ronan, Charlo and Moise. It is co-directed by Cathy Gillhouse and Pas...

Polson School District teams up with Port Polson Players Polson School District teams up with Port Polson Players

News from Port Polson Players  POLSON – On Jan. 25 and 26, 110 kids were involved in the “Babes To Broadway” production. There were 55 kindergarten to eighth-grade performers in the Friday evening cast and 55 different performers in the Saturday night cast.  The show was w...

Sportspage bowling result for the weeks of Jan. 14 and 21

Sportspage bowling results for the week of  Jan. 14 Tuesdsay Fun Seekers “No Tap” High Team Game:Goof Balls        946 High Team Series:Goof Balls        2596 Men High Game Scratch:Tim Basta        ...

Polson Seniors for Feb. 6, 2019

POLSON — Inflation is when you pay fifteen dollars for the ten-dollar haircut you used to get for five dollars when you had hair. Our exercise group meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Our tax preparers are here every Monday and Thursday. Call 406-883-4735 for an appoin...

Auld sent to prison for attempted robbery

An Elmo man, Peter James Auld, 31, was committed at District Court in Polson Jan. 23 to the state Department of Corrections for three years with one year suspended on an attempted robbery charge.  The sentence, handed down by Judge James Manley, followed the recommendation of a plea agreement reached...

Reelin' 'em in Reelin' 'em in

POLSON – The seventh annual Flathead Lake International Cinemafest opened on Friday with 56 films, and one couple went with a mission to watch as many features as possible during the three-day event. They even stuck around for the award ceremony on Sunday. Kristin and Dale Nelson’s movie-watch...

City of Polson reviews parking laws

POLSON – With snow season in full effect, the City of Polson would like to remind the citizens of Polson and all the visitors about parked vehicles. Please check to see that your vehicle(s) are out of the way and that there is adequate clearance needed for the snowplow trucks to operate. The Polson ...

GPCF announces new grant funding cycle

POLSON – The Greater Polson Community Foundation has opened up the 2019 grant applications. The deadline is Friday, April 26. Grant applications will be accepted from non-profit organizations with a 501c(3) status in the greater Polson area. Grants from the Greater Polson Community Foundation make a...

Commission approves fundraising for new golf facility

POLSON – Snow and ice won’t stop golfers from working on their swing if Cameron Milton has anything to do with it. The Polson City Commission gave Milton, head golf professional at Polson Bay Golf Course, permission to raise money to build an “indoor learning center” for the munici...

Briefs for Jan. 30, 2019

Carroll College receives $100K for scholarships for future teachers Gift funds five $20K scholarships for first-year students entering teacher education program News from Carroll College HELENA — A $100,000 gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust will provide need-based $20,000 scholars...


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