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Articles with the Tag: Polson

Bachert sentenced in assisted living facility neglect incident

Will Benjamin Bachert, 27, of Polson, was sentenced at District Court in Polson on Feb. 28 to three years with the Montana Department of Corrections with all of that time suspended.  He pled guilty to criminal endangerment in January. The charge stems from neglecting a patient with special needs in h...

Hwy. 93 drunk driving incident heard in court

A former Wolf Point man convicted of felony criminal endangerment had his imposition of sentencing deferred for three years for a charge stemming from a drunken driving incident where he went on a high-speed drive between Polson and Pablo on U.S. Highway 93. On Dec. 20, Chris Allen Myrick, 36, pled guilty...

Sportspage bowling results for the week of Feb. 19

Tuesdsay Fun Seekers did not bowl   Tuesday Night Moonlighters High Team Game:West Shore Cabinets1002 High Team Series:West Shore Cabinets2825 High Game Scratch:Keith Paul                278 High Game HandicapDave Brown     ...

Polson seniors for March 6, 2019

POLSON — There are three kinds of people; those who can count and those who can’t. Our AARP tax preparers fall into the former group and are here on Mondays and Thursdays. Call 406-883-4735 to make an appointment. A group of pinocle players meets every Thursday after lunch. With other card pla...

Planning stage for Polson city manager search begins

POLSON – The City of Polson may return to an option for selecting a city manager that the commission rejected in November.  Ruth Hodges, chair of the City Manager Search Committee, said the committee voted in favor of recommending the city hire an independent firm to conduct the hiring process....

Flagen proves sexual harassment claim against Mission Valley Aquatics

POLSON – The Mission Valley Aquatic Center was recently ordered to pay nearly $60,000 in damages in a case involving sexual harassment. On Feb. 7, Montana Department of Labor and Industry hearing officer Chad R. Vanisko ruled on the case. Judgment was granted in favor of Tristen Flagen, a former poo...

Quilt contest showcases talent, promotes businesses Quilt contest showcases talent, promotes businesses

POLSON – Bright fabric in intricate patterns festooned the windows of Polson businesses for two weeks, showcasing the handiwork of local quilters. From Feb. 10 to Feb. 24, the quilts were displayed for the 19th annual Quilt Walk Around Polson. Polson’s quilting shop All In Stitches sponsored the ...

Local hunters’ education class announced

LAKE COUNTY – Classes for the Polson, Ronan and Pablo spring hunter education course will start Tuesday, March 5, in room 118 of the Beaverhead math and science building on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. All classes will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 9 p.m and sign-in opens at 6 p.m. S...

Winter festival supports ice rink project Winter festival supports ice rink project

POLSON – On Saturday afternoon, a group of freezing, smiling kids and adults could be seen at Polson’s Riverside Park, running around with plastic sticks trying to bash a small rubber ball into a netted goal. The crazy spectacle is a sport called broomball and was part of the Mission Valley Ice A...

Mission Valley Has Talent deadline approaches

 MISSION VALLEY — Friday, March 1, is the last day to register for the Mission Valley Has Talent 2019 competition. The talent show is scheduled for Friday, March 15, at the Polson High School auditorium.  Registration forms and fees must be received by March 1. The quickest way to register...

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