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‘Powerful Tools for Caregivers’ class starts Aug. 8

News from Area VI Agency on Aging Family caregivers are the foundation of long-term care nationwide. An estimated 65.7 million Americans, roughly one-third of the adult population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled, or aged family member or friend. The estimated value for their services, were...

MDT proposes resurfacing projects for Highway 200

News from the Montana Department of Transportation DIXON - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on proposals to resurface two sections of Highway 200. The first proposal is to resurface about 9.8 miles of Montana Highway 200 west of Dixon. T...

Community needs survey to be held in Polson

News from Community Action Partnership of Northwest Montana LAKE COUNTY – Every three years Community Action Partnership is mandated by federal policy to conduct a community needs assessment survey across its four-county service area (Lake, Lincoln, Flathead, and Sanders). A series of community me...

Info offered at ‘Snacks and Facts’

News from Area VI Agency on Aging POLSON — The Western Montana Area VI Agency on Aging office has been located in Polson for 35 years. Yet we are often told “I never heard of you before” or “What do you guys do, anyway?” Rather than just put another boring article in the pa...

CASA, Kiwanis team up to help children CASA, Kiwanis team up to help children

POLSON — It was “buffalo burger time,” but that’s not all. CASA of Lake and Sanders Counties held continuing education training for 12 court appointed special advocates on Feb. 13 in conjunction with the Kiwanis’ 21st annual Buffalo Feed. The Kiwanis recently donated two c...

LCCDC to start leadership program LCCDC to start leadership program

POLSON – The Lake County Community Development Corp. has a lot of irons in the fire. The non-profit regional economic development organization’s Executive Director Gypsy Ray spoke about where the organization is and where it’s headed at last week’s Polson Chamber of Commerce lunche...

LCCDC to start leadership program

POLSON – The Lake County Community Development Corp. has a lot of irons in the fire. The non-profit regional economic development organization’s Executive Director Gypsy Ray spoke about where the organization is and where it’s headed at last week’s Polson Chamber of Commerce luncheon ...

Public Law 280, aquatic invasive species among the topics at legislative session Public Law 280, aquatic invasive species among the topics at legislative session

  Local legislators convened in Helena on Monday, Jan. 2, for the biennial session, with proposed bills dealing with Public Law 280, aquatic invasive species and permanently moored vessels. State Rep. Greg Hertz, R–Polson, plans to submit a bill requesting the state reimburse counties impacted...

Woman to serve 20 years for assault Woman to serve 20 years for assault

A woman who admitted to assaulting people in both Lake and Sanders counties was sentenced to Montana State Prison for 20 years on five separate felony charges that include theft and criminal possession of drugs. All sentences run concurrently. Court documents note that on July 5, 2015, Tammie Lee Fisher (...

Man who shot, killed Polson teen sentenced to six months in jail Man who shot, killed Polson teen sentenced to six months in jail

THOMPSON FALLS — A 27-year-old man will serve six months in the Sanders County Jail as part of a six-year deferred sentence for killing 16-yearold Polson resident Aunika Corrigan on June 25, 2015. Jonathan Ross Gray was sentenced for negligent homicide on Friday in Sanders County District Court by J...


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