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Polson Police Department recognizes heroic citizens Polson Police Department recognizes heroic citizens

News from Polson Police Department Sergeant George Simpson  POLSON — Chief Wade Nash thanked two citizens for their heroic actions on Aug. 18. He presented them with letters of recognition for heroic citizenship and Polson Police Department coins as a small token of appreciation for their ser...

St. Joseph hosts virtual open house for local non-profits

News Providence St. Joseph Health  POLSON — The St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund, a Providence St. Joseph Health grant making foundation, will host a virtual open house on Thursday, Aug. 6, at 10:30 a.m. to make continued connections with local non-profits and find opportunities to inves...

Providence Montana adjusts inpatient visitor guidelines

News from Providence Health and Services Montana Providence Montana is committed to providing a safe, healing, patient-centered care environment. While hospital visitation or accompanying a patient for a medical appointment is valuable, there are times when limitations must be placed on incoming visitor...

Polson man faces assault charges Polson man faces assault charges

A Polson man is accused of beating his girlfriend over a period of several days, causing bruising “all over her body,” according to charging documents.  Pernell Albert Dionne Jr., 35, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on June 10 to five counts of felony partner or...

Flyover comes to Lake County Flyover comes to Lake County

LAKE COUNTY – To salute and support workers battling on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Montana Air National Guard dispatched two C-130 Hercules aircraft to perform flyovers over hospitals throughout Montana.  “The Montana National Guard salutes each Montanan serving on the f...

New COVID-19 case found in Lake County

LAKE COUNTY ­– An individual has tested positive for COVID-19 in Lake County – although the case count in the county won’t be going up. The Lake County and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Unified Command Center reported that an individual traveling from out-of-state tested positive ...

Community asked to continue cautionary behavior to prevent COVID-19 spread

LAKE COUNTY – The Lake County COVID-19 Health Task Force would like to thank the residents of Lake County for your continued support. Our heartfelt thanks from the task force, which includes Lake County Public Health; Polson Health and Rehabilitation; Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health; Kal...

Join Friday Night Cruise

MISSION VALLEY — Every Friday night from 6-8 p.m., all vehicles, old or new, are welcome to cruise the following route: Main Street Polson to 13th Ave. W, then up to Second Street W and to 17th Ave. E, wave at the residents of Providence Assisted Living, turn left on First Street E, wave at the hospita...

Medical doctor says stay at home, help slow COVID-19

The entire world is now grappling with a pandemic the likes of which has not been seen in over a century. COVID-19 has now come home to Montana, as was expected. It cannot be stopped, but we have a chance to slow its transmission and reduce the number of severe illnesses and deaths in our communities. Thi...

Healthcare providers decide who to test for COVID-19 Healthcare providers decide who to test for COVID-19

LAKE COUNTY – The first cases of the novel coronavirus have been diagnosed in the area, so those displaying symptoms are rushing to local healthcare providers to get tested; however, due to a limited number of testing supplies at the state level, not everyone with a cough or fever is being tested for t...


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