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Articles with the Tag: U.S. Highway 93

Incident involving spike strips gets resolved Incident involving spike strips gets resolved

A Pablo man was committed to the Montana Department of Corrections for a total of seven years with five years suspended, resolving three separate cases against him in District Court at Polson on July 3. Jonathan Austin Green, 31, was charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing an Infinity model vehic...

New St. Ignatius shop offers candy, gifts New St. Ignatius shop offers candy, gifts

ST. IGNATIUS – Stuart Morton dreamed of bringing life back to the set of storefronts that line U.S. Highway 93 near the entrance of town.   “I wanted to make it something as big as when Doug Allard owned it,” Morton said. And he is keeping the Allard name on the business. Allard&rsq...

SAFE Harbor’s ‘Sister Sallie’s’ thrift store opens

RONAN — The new Sister Sallie’s thrift store, a venture to support SAFE Harbor and provide a training venue for victims of violence, has opened its doors in Ronan at the Old Creamery Mall across from Cenex on Highway 93.  An official grand opening is coming up on April 17 although the sto...

SAFE Harbor to soon open thrift shop

News from Dana Grant, SAFE Harbor RONAN – Sustainability is a word every non-profit faces on a daily basis. Developing revenue streams to support sustainability and provide unrestricted funds is an ongoing goal. To meet this objective, SAFE Harbor has been using the winter months to set up a new t...

Ronan man dies after incident on Timberlane Road

RONAN – Aaron Thiel, 35, of Ronan, was identified by Lake County Sheriff Don Bell as the man who died following an altercation with a vehicle while holding a fake gun. Bell said law enforcement responded to Timberlane Road, about 1.5 miles from U.S. Highway 93 in Ronan, to a shirtless man who was sa...

Polson beautification fundraising underway

POLSON – They say it takes a village to raise a child. It also takes community member support to beautify the unique village of Polson. For more than 20 years, beautiful flower baskets have graced downtown Polson throughout the summer months and holiday decorations during the holidays. These baskets an...

Mental health considered for woman who started fires Mental health considered for woman who started fires

A woman accused of setting fires to the U. S. Post Office in Big Arm and other public facilities in Montana has been denied a bond reduction. Jennifer Len Alice Cassidy, 25, appeared before District Judge Deborah “Kim” Christopher in Polson for two counts of felony arson on Jan. 10. The hearin...

Myrick convicted of criminal endangerment

A Former Wolf Point man who now resides in St. Ignatius has entered into a plea agreement convicting him of felony criminal endangerment. Chris Allen Myrick, 36, pleaded guilty to the charge during a change of plea hearing at District Court in Polson Dec. 20. According to court records, on Aug. 31, multip...

Runners and walkers flock to Turkey Trot  Runners and walkers flock to Turkey Trot

POLSON – How about a little exercise before Thanksgiving dinner? Runners and walkers from all over the Mission Valley came out on Thursday morning to celebrate Thanksgiving and sneak in an early holiday workout during the 11th annual 5K Turkey Trot hosted by Polson Running. At the start of the race,...

Hoping for respect

Editor,  On Oct. 10, I was disturbed to find that three political signs, one each for Jon Tester, Kathleen Williams and Caroline McDonald, had been removed from the lawn of my residence on U.S. Highway 93 East in Polson. During this period of such partisanship, we must be respectful of one another. ...


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