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Hospitals host emergency training Hospitals host emergency training

RONAN — The scenario: the Mission Valley is flooding, and some residents have been evacuated to shelters at Salish Kootenai College. A young man complaining of a headache and feeling ill was dosed with aspirin and rested in the shelter. The next day, the young man has a high fever, still has the headac...

Final week to receive tax preparation assistance

RONAN — This is the last week to get your taxes done here at the center. A big thanks goes to AARP volunteers Kaye and Tom for helping people get their taxes done and filed on time. At the evening meal on Thursday, April 11, at 5 p.m., we will serve a great chicken dinner. The price is only $5 per p...

‘Excursions’ completes Big Productions’ 25th season ‘Excursions’ completes Big Productions’ 25th season

RONAN — Big Productions, a fundraising venture of the Lake County Youth Home, brings the Internationally touring dancers of Utah’s Repertory Dance Theatre to the Ronan Performing Arts Center on Thursday, April 18, for a 7:30 p.m. season finale performance. This spectacular show is excitedly co-sp...

Griz scrimmage to heat up gridiron in Ronan

Spring college football is in the air and the Grizzlies are headed to Ronan. For the first time, the University of Montana spring scrimmage will be held at Ronan High School’s Laverne Parrish Field on Saturday, April 13.  Kickoff is at noon but plenty of festivities will precede the annual even...

Aiming high: Ronan netters capitalize on strengths Aiming high: Ronan netters capitalize on strengths

RONAN — Despite losing much of his team to graduation last year, Ronan tennis coach Gordon Cummings hopes his team will have a breakout year.  “This year’s girls team is very young and inexperienced,” Cummings said. “Last year, I graduated six seniors, so I lost a lot of...

Ronan grad wins MSU-Northern Athlete of the Year Ronan grad wins MSU-Northern Athlete of the Year

HAVRE — Ronan High School graduate Cameron Neiss has earned yet another piece of hardware to add to his trophy room — Montana State University Northern’s coveted Athlete of the Year award.  MSU-Northern athletic director Christian Oberquell said head coaches from every sport,  ...

Maidens sweep Falcons

RONAN — The Maidens softball team swept a doubleheader against Florence on a rainy spring Saturday, winning the first game 6-1 and the second 15-11. “A full team effort accomplished the win over Florence,” head coach Brad Benson said. “Each and every player made it happen.”&n...

Ronan Area Chamber plans annual spring cleanup

RONAN — On Saturday, May 4, the city of Ronan and the Ronan Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual “Spring Cleaning Day.” Meet at 9 a.m. at the Ronan City Park to pick up garbage bags, gloves and a hot cup of coffee to get you going. There will be a construction size dumpster donat...

Ronan honors senior volunteers

RONAN — On April 9, Ronan Mayor Kim Aipperspach will join more than 600 mayors across the country for the first-ever Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service, a nationwide bipartisan effort to highlight the impact of national service in tackling city problems. “National service is a vita...

Kicking Horse Job Corps furloughs employees, cuts student enrollment Kicking Horse Job Corps furloughs employees, cuts student enrollment

RONAN — Kicking Horse Job Corps has started furloughing employees to meet budget restrictions at the federal level.  According to the United States Department of Labor, “The Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diplo...


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