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St. Luke receives stroke recognition award

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare  RONAN – St. Luke Community Healthcare representatives were presented with the Stroke Recognition Award at the Montana Hospital Association’s annual meeting in Billings on Sept. 19th.   The award is sponsored by the Cardiovascular Health Program within the state health department. The award singles out critical access hospitals that demonstrate that they have the infrastructure and commitment to provide high-quality care for patients with acute stroke.    Receiving the award confirms St. Luke Community Healthcare meets high standards related to the utilization of evidence-based stroke order-sets and protocols...


Takes Horse Gallery features renowned artists

News from Takes Horse Gallery POLSON — Takes Horse Gallery, 49487 U.S. Highway 93, announces “Art in Autumn,” an exhibition featuring selected paintings of several renowned artists from our region. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 5-8 p.m. at the gallery.&nbs...


 TIME, Ally Financial honor Ronan dealer  TIME, Ally Financial honor Ronan dealer

Eric Henricksen wins national recognition for community service and industry accomplishments at NADA show   News from Montana Automobile Dealers Association The nomination of Eric Henricksen, general manager of Don Aadsen Ford in Ronan, Montana, for the 2020 TIME Dealer of the Year award was an...


Dixon Mercantile provides food, community hub Dixon Mercantile provides food, community hub

DIXON – In an open storefront fitted with a new coat of paint and a roaring woodstove, a crowd milled around to enjoy their breakfasts, chatting with strangers and waiting for seats. At times the line of customers waiting to order at the counter extended all the way to the door.   The Dixon Mer...


Cooperative brewery gets loan for construction Cooperative brewery gets loan for construction

Valley Journal  RONAN – A brewery being developed by volunteers to bring the community together is one step closer to opening for regular business. On Friday, Ronan Cooperative Brewery developers held a homebrew tasting and fundraiser event. It wasn’t a brew created at the shop, just y...


Mission Valley Museum Consortium shares news

Arlee Arlee Jocko Valley Museum Our historic site, located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school), is closed until July 4, 2020. View our beautiful war memorial that is outdoors at our site. Volunteers are needed. For more information call 406-726-3167   St. Ignatius ...


reaching higher reaching higher

32 steps to the top of the 90-story Space Needle, and seven Mission Valley women climbed to the top as fast as they could in support of family and friends who have had cancer.   In late September, the women went to Seattle to complete the challenge. They had raised $1,888 from local organizations and...


Montana hospitals receive healthcare quality awards Montana hospitals receive healthcare quality awards

News from Mountain-Pacific Quality Health MONTANA – Mountain-Pacific Quality Health announced the winners of the 2019 Montana Health Care Quality Awards. St. Luke Community Healthcare was one of only nine hospitals statewide and the only healthcare organization in Lake County to win the prestigiou...


Ninepipes hosts MT Cowboy Hall of Fame inductee

News from Ninepipes Museum CHARLO – Coming up at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, Ninepipes Museum has the rare opportunity and great privilege of hosting an appearance by Fay Haynes, a Montana homesteader and inductee in the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. Fay will accompany her niece, author Grace Lars...


 Sprague joins American Angus Association

News from the American Angus Association  Katie Jo Sprague, of Ronan, is a new member of the American Angus Association. The association, with more than 25,000 active adult and junior members, is the largest beef breed association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed informati...


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