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Ronan Health Center completes phase one

News from Tribal Health RONAN — The new Ronan Health Center facility is opening after completion of phase one of development that includes the current footprint of 12,000 square feet at a cost of $6.8 million. Upon opening, the Ronan Health Center will provide medical services that focus on family and pediatric care, behavioral health, WIC, health care resources, and another pharmacy location. In phase two, expected for completion in the coming year 2024, an additional 6,000 square feet will be added to the original build with an increased budget of $2.5 million. Once completed, the further expansion will provide a fitness center, physical therapy, and a pharmacy drive through...


Giving back Giving back

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...


Spring pledge week concludes at MTPR Spring pledge week concludes at MTPR

News from Montana Public Radio MISSOULA — Montana Public Radio raised nearly $456,000 in listener pledges as the annual spring fundraiser concluded this week.  At the end of the on-air drive on Monday morning, , April 3, at 9 a.m., the tally reached $455,827 for the celebration event that ...


Montana Public Radio Spring Pledge Drive kicks off on March 27 Montana Public Radio Spring Pledge Drive kicks off on March 27

News from MTPR MISSOULA — It’s time for music, celebrations, thank you gifts and pets—lots and lots of pets. It’s Montana Public Radio’s annual Spring Pledge Drive. Starting at a new time, this year’s fundraising week begins Monday, March 27, at 7 a.m. and concludes o...


Local health care provider, Dr. Thorson, selected for Physician Leadership Program Local health care provider, Dr. Thorson, selected for Physician Leadership Program

News from the Montana Medical Association HELENA — The Montana Medical Association today announced that 11 Montana health care providers have been selected as participants in the 2023 Healthcare Excellence in Leadership Program. The local health care leader selected for the 2023 program is Tyler J. ...


Ronan Cooperative Brewery holds member meeting

RONAN — Members of Montana’s first cooperative brewery crowded into the Ronan taphouse for its third annual member meeting on March 3.  The Ronan Cooperative Brewery now has over 500 owners who contribute to keep it running, over 100 more than the previous year, and a couple dozen turned ...


Montana Public Radio announces new host for Pea Green Boat, special live broadcast Montana Public Radio announces new host for Pea Green Boat, special live broadcast

News from MTPR MISSOULA — Montana Public Radio has announced a new permanent host to the long-running children’s radio show The Pea Green Boat. Vicki Chaney was named the new director of MTPR’s children’s programming in late December. “I am honored to be the new host of ...


Polson yoga studio offers benefits beyond the physical Polson yoga studio offers benefits beyond the physical

POLSON — As people work to develop new habits for a healthier life during the new year, Polson’s YogaHeart Home is ready to help them begin their journey - no matter their skill level.  While yoga is an ancient practice that comes in many modern-age varieties, Polson instructor Debra Syke...


Record cold produces record number of calls at Mission Valley Power Record cold produces record number of calls at Mission Valley Power

News from Mission Valley Power LAKE COUNTY — The average coldest month in Montana is January with typical weather temperatures ranging from a low of 15 degrees to a high of 55 degrees. The lowest recorded temperature was -43 in 1936. Yet this past January saw temperatures that set new records for ...


We need ‘Flower Power’ We need ‘Flower Power’

News from the Greater Polson Community Foundation POLSON — We can’t envision looking down Main Street this summer and not seeing the blooming flower baskets. Flower baskets adorn cities from Whitefish to Hamilton. After the City of Polson had decided to no longer support the Flower Basket pr...


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