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‘Mozart at McClaren’ Festival Amadeus to be held ‘Mozart at McClaren’ Festival Amadeus to be held

News from Glacier Symphony KALISPELL — Festival Amadeus will take a new format as a weekend classical music festival, rather than a week-long festival, and is called “Mozart at McClaren” this year. The festival will be filled with the same classical music repertoire and pre-concert talks prepared by Maestro John Zoltek that new and returning attendees love, but in a three-evening format in the acoustically excellent home of the Glacier Symphony. Mozart at McClaren is June 23, 24 and 25. Each night’s performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Individual tickets start as low as $40 and three-day passes start as low as $138. Mozart at McClaren features a special edition of...

Lake County Marriages & Divorces for May

Marriages —  Jennifer Jean Toren and William Arthur Harris —  Randy Michael Smith and Ann Marie Deming —  Maggie Anne Baueries and Korey Micheal Green —  Shaughn David Carroll and Julia Lindsay Carroll —  Russell Lee Wolfe and Ruschel Je...

Births for March 24, 2024 Births for March 24, 2024

Cal White POLSON — Cal Loyal White was born on April 2, 2023, at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center’s Nesting Place. He was 20.28 inches long and weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces. Cal’s parents are Kiana Brown and Jarod White of Hot Springs. Cal is welcomed by maternal grandparents, Trisha...

Lake County marriages, divorces for April

Marriages - Brett Douglas Rigler and Jamie Beth Heffner - Colleen Echo Adler and Cole Augustus White - Ronald Elwood Beams and Nancy Mildred Declue - Jason Dare Inman and Trisha Jolynn Hawk - Larry Mitchell Klein and Anna Janelle Brunson Divorces - Tony C. Buff and Barbara L. Van Hoo...

Spring debris burning by permit begins

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Spring burning by permit season started Monday, May 1. To burn from May 1 to June 30 you will need a burn permit. You can apply for one at the Division of Fire website:   Burning is a great way to clear dead vegetation and clean up. Before you light your...

MDT announces roadwork in Lake County this summer

LAKE COUNTY — The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), in partnership with Riverside Contracting, announced a pavement preservation and safety improvement project occurring on and around US Highway 93 (US 93). A safety project is taking place near Pablo on Glover Road, just west of US Hwy 93. I...

Library operates elsewhere

The Library will be closed Friday, May 12 for a Staff Training Day. We will be open Saturday May 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Our digital library is always open. Go to our website at to browse magazines, download e-books and audio books or stream videos using Kanopy. ...

Realtors give back to community Realtors give back to community

POLSON — Clearwater Properties Realtors Jamie Russell, Kathy Crockett and Carlene Wills presented checks totaling $4,190.17 to local nonprofits of their choice on Wednesday, April 19. A percentage of each county’s sales are donated annually to nonprofits of each agent’s choosing. Pictured f...

First Saturday events return to Ninepipes Museum

CHARLO — Ninepipes Museum welcomes the summer season with a special First Saturday event on May 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy live music with Richard Tobel, frybread (The Frybread Ladies), artisans Lori Parr (Lavender Lori), and Tracy Tevis (Designs by Tracy). Historian and artist Steve Lozar will...

Arlee CDC holds community dinners

  ARLEE — A series of community dinners are bringing families, friends and neighbors together in Arlee. “We’ve all been through a period of isolation recently,” said Shelly Fyant, Food Sovereignty Coordinator at the Arlee Community Development Corporation. “The Arlee CDC ...


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