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St. Luke welcomes first baby of new year St. Luke welcomes first baby of new year

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare RONAN — The birth of a child symbolizes hope and new beginnings, which we could all use this year. At 10:10 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2021, Aniya Skye Walker Harpine was born to parents, Scott Harpine and Danielle Pierre. Weighing 7 lbs. 10 oz. and stretching 20 inche...

St. Luke staff members receive COVID-19 vaccine St. Luke staff members receive COVID-19 vaccine

News from St. Luke LAKE COUNTY – St. Luke Community Healthcare recently received COVID-19 vaccines to protect healthcare workers and nursing home residents. Further information will be shared as the vaccine becomes available to the public.  “We were able to administer the vaccine to ...

Schrier sentenced for assault charges Schrier sentenced for assault charges

District Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher committed a Plains man to the Montana Department of Corrections for 10 years with five years suspended for assaulting a stranger with a rock. The sentence was handed down at District Court in Polson on Nov. 12.  Todd Harold Schrier, 58, pled guilty...

COVID-19 numbers surge in Lake County COVID-19 numbers surge in Lake County

LAKE COUNTY — As I was preparing to write about the impact of COVID-19 on St. Luke Hospital in Ronan, the story suddenly became very personal. My sister, who was diagnosed with the virus over three weeks ago, took an abrupt turn for the worse and was admitted to St. Luke Wednesday afternoon.  T...

COVID-19 numbers surge in Lake County

Lake County has posted its highest number of COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began last spring. As of Sunday, the county posted 179 active cases, up 25 from Friday, with two deaths since the pandemic began.  The uptick mirrors an increase in coronavirus infections across the state that has many hea...

St. Luke Community Healthcare supports local athletic programs St. Luke Community Healthcare supports local athletic programs

POLSON — St. Luke Community Healthcare presented a $2,675 check to the Polson High School’s Athletic Department on Friday evening during halftime at the football game. The money for the donation was raised from sports physicals performed over the summer and early fall. For each exam, a $25 don...

St. Luke prepared for continued COVID-19 response

By Mary Auld for the Valley Journal RONAN – Lake County has seen nearly 200 cases of the coronavirus since the pandemic began this spring, and hospitals are continuing to provide prevention and treatment.  At St. Luke Community Healthcare, patients can get antibody tests, which determine whe...

St. Luke welcomes new doctor

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare   POLSON — St. Luke Community Healthcare is excited to announce Dr. Isaac Billings will be joining the team at Ridgewater Community Clinic, located at 107 Ridgewater Dr. Dr. Isaac, as he prefers to be called, will be offering the full spectrum of prim...

COVID-19 mass testing event continues to return negative results COVID-19 mass testing event continues to return negative results

PABLO — Test results are still trickling in from the approximately 2,500 people tested during a four-day mass community COVID-19 drive-thru testing event held throughout the Mission Valley two-and-a-half weeks ago. “Nearly 72 percent of the tests have been completed and are all negative,&rdquo...

New babies given layettes at hospital New babies given layettes at hospital

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare   RONAN – The Glacier View Seventh Day Adventist Church dropped off some layette packages for the New Beginnings Birth Center. This is something they’ve done for the community for at least a decade.  Laneta Krein organizes the process. The ...


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