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Cyclists visit Polson on Montana tour Cyclists visit Polson on Montana tour

POLSON — Bicyclists from Oregon, California, Utah, Washington, a few from Montana and other states, and even three men from France poured into Polson’s Boettcher Park on Sunday afternoon as they completed a 76-mile ride from Plains. The 300 cyclists are on a Bike Rides Northwest tour. The tour...

Eklund, Gochis to wed Eklund, Gochis to wed

POLSON — Chelsey Michele Eklund of Butte and Nicholas James Gochis of Polson have announced their plans to wed Aug. 10, 2012 in Polson. The bride graduated from the University of Montana in 2008 and is employed as an accountant at the Montana Department of Revenue. The groom received a B.A. from the Un...

High school sweethearts plan to wed after reconnecting on Facebook High school sweethearts plan to wed after reconnecting on Facebook

“She never stopped looking for him. He never stopped thinking about her,” the wedding announcement reads. The high school sweethearts didn’t connect for years. Jeri Ann Currie, now Halford, and Claryl Haggard grew up east of Highway 93 between Ronan and Pablo. Although both familie...

Impact fee changes should go through committee

Editor,  The City of Polson hired a consulting firm, Tishlerbise, to advise the process of developing an impact fee ordinance. State code requires that any governmental entity that intends to propose an impact fee ordinance or resolution shall establish an impact fee advisory committee. The impact fe...

Discounted coffee leads to job losses

POLSON — Discounted Starbucks coffee prices apparently led to employees being fired or asked to resign at Safeway. Rumor in Polson has the number of employees at 24 while Sarah Osborne, Safeway public and government affairs director, said only three employees were terminated in Polson.  Employe...

Mariners win state A championship

The Mission Valley Mariners gathered momentum with an undefeated romp through district tournament, rolling into Great Falls last Thursday for American Legion State A Tournament.  After hitting their way through the losers-out bracket, the Mariners won state 13-4.  Prior to the state tournamen...

City commission begins work on budget

POLSON — At their July 16 meeting, the Polson City Commissioners scheduled a budget public hearing for Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. They also unanimously approved a resolution, authorizing the sale of city-owned property. According to city attorney James Raymond, the matter was housekeeping regarding...

Cherry Festival features crafts, food and Flathead cherries Cherry Festival features crafts, food and Flathead cherries

POLSON — “I got cherries up my nose,” Brianna Stone told Jackie Cripe, co-owner of Jackie M’s Footwear, after the 7-to-13-year-old pie-eating contest. She wasn’t the only competitor who ended up with the red fruit up their nostril or on their face. Keaton Pierce won the 7-and...

Live History Days intrigues, challenges visitors Live History Days intrigues, challenges visitors

POLSON — Rides in a 1967 tank used in the Vietnam War were popular with kids at the Miracle of America Museum’s Live History Days on July 21 and 22. Although the tank can rumble along at 40 miles per hours, Gil Mangels, Miracle of America Museum director, kept it slower.  Kids also could ...

More blank storefronts appear in Polson business district More blank storefronts appear in Polson business district

POLSON — More and more storefronts in downtown Polson have “for rent” or “for sale” signs posted in their windows. In the downtown business district from Highway 93 to Third Avenue West and from First Avenue West to First Avenue East, there are 17 spaces for rent, according t...

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