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Articles with the Tag: Sacajawea Park

Chili cook off fires up the taste buds Chili cook off fires  up the taste buds

POLSON – Despite soaring temperatures, chili lovers united Saturday at Riverside Park for the 12th annual Rotary Chili Cook-off. The event, hosted by the Polson Rotary Club, featured 10 talented chili teams battling for top chili honors. The chili cook-off is the premier fundraising event for the...

Flathead Lake Festival of Art showcases work from local artists Flathead Lake Festival of Art showcases work from local artists

POLSON – On Saturday and Sunday, the 4th annual Flathead Lake Festival of Art was held in Polson’s Sacajawea Park along the shores of Flathead Lake. The mid-summer art festival celebrates local art and artisans from across Western Montana. “This year has gone really well,” said ...

Local photographer is featured Flathead Lake Festival artist Local photographer is featured Flathead Lake Festival artist

POLSON – Jay L. Cross will be the featured photographer during the Fourth Annual Flathead Lake Festival of Art hosted by Sandpiper Gallery in Polson’s Sacajawea Park.  Cross, who has shot fine art photography — generally landscape and wildlife — for more than 20 years, is a me...

Native American flute making a ‘labor of love’ for Kalispell-area man Native American flute making a ‘labor of love’ for Kalispell-area man

POLSON – What began as a hobby quickly turned into a labor of love and a business for David Webb. It all started when Webb, a native of the Black Hills of South Dakota, received three Native American flutes as a gift from a friend in July 2009. He bought a flute in Keystone, South Dakota, the next d...

Five more years for convicted bank robber Five more years for convicted bank robber

A Ronan man who robbed a bank at age 14 was sentenced to five years in the Department of Corrections for probation violations last week. According to court records, Judge Kim Christopher revoked Francis Aimsback’s 10-year sentence, which include five years suspended, for criminal possession of dange...

Public invited to attend interpretive trail opening Public invited to attend interpretive trail opening

News from the City of Polson The City of Polson and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes invite everyone to join our ribbon-cutting celebration at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 27, at Polson’s Sacajawea Park for the official opening of the Interpretive Trail Sign project.  This project beg...

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