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COVID-19 vaccine available for all in Lake County COVID-19 vaccine available for all in Lake County

As of Thursday, April 1, every Montanan age 16 and older is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Whether they can secure appointments remains to be seen.  According to Emily Colomeda, director of Lake County Public Health, “Lake County currently has ample supply among all of the vaccination ...

Endowment established in honor of Penny Kipp

News from SKCF PABLO — Penny Kipp was the first official employee of Salish Kootenai College and served on the Headwaters Foundation board from 2018 until her passing in April of 2020. Headwaters Foundation saw the opportunity to create a legacy for Kipp within the SKC community she loved so much ...

Local gets COVID-19 vaccine, officials plan for future Local gets COVID-19 vaccine, officials plan for future

Teri Lynn Miller, a St. Ignatius paramedic, was one of the first people in the Mission Valley to receive a coronavirus vaccine. She joined more than 3,000 Montana health care workers who received the injection last week at 10 Montana hospitals.  “I kind of scooted out of the normal lane to get ...

Lakers commission mural to honor beauty, culture of Flathead Lake Lakers commission mural to honor beauty, culture of Flathead Lake

POLSON – The Flathead Lakers, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the lake, commissioned an artist to convey their message visually through a large mural painted last week on the outside of the Salish Building in Polson. “This is a gift to the Flathead Lake Community,” said ...

MMFEC boxes locally grown produce for people in need MMFEC boxes locally grown produce for people in need

RONAN – This summer, families that don’t have the resources to purchase fresh produce will be able to access weekly boxes of food, grown in the region, through food banks and other community support organizations. Here’s how it works: farmers harvest food in fields across western Montana...

Non-profits receive nearly $54K from GPCF

News from the Greater Polson Community Foundation POLSON — Because of the generosity of local donors, a total of $750,625 has been awarded to worthy needs and projects in our community from 2009 through mid 2020. The Greater Polson Community Foundation recently distributed $53,900 among 18 loca...

Briefs for July 1, 2020

USDA announces assistance program News from the USDA You can now apply for USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, which provides direct payments to farmers and ranchers to offset impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. Applications will be accepted through Aug. 28, 2020.  There is...

SKC graduates celebrate virtually SKC graduates celebrate virtually

PABLO – While they didn’t have the chance to walk across a stage and be handed a diploma, Salish Kootenai College graduates marked their accomplishment with a socially distanced graduation ceremony.  Graduates, faculty, family and friends tuned in to view a live ceremony that featured dru...

SKC announces scholarship recipient

News from SKC PABLO – A local college student has been recognized for her dedication to serving her community and for her outstanding achievements by being awarded an Achieving the Dream scholarship.  Rachel Matt, a student at Salish Kootenai College, was one of two awarded the third annua...

Pablo woman receives prestigious scholarship Pablo woman receives prestigious scholarship

News from P.E.O. Chapter CA of Polson POLSON – P.E.O. Chapter CA of Polson received notification of their candidate, Katelyn Barcus, being selected for the 2020-21 Jane Hammer Holmgren Scholarship.  The scholarship recognizes an outstanding Montana woman who is pursuing a degree in element...


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