PABLO — The Women 4 Wellness event returned last Thursday to the Salish Kootenai College for the first time since the start of COVID-19 and saw great attendance from vendors and visitors alike.
With 83 ta...
BILLINGS — The Ronan Maidens are the Class A-C state champions with every team member scoring points to contribute to the 119 point total that took home the title. For the girls tournament, cl...
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POLSON — A Browning man with ties to the Mission Valley was committed in Polson District Court on May 10 to the Montana Department of Corrections. The commitment was for five years with all that time suspended on one count of criminal endangerment.
Raymond James Head, 37, pleaded guilty to...
POLSON — Huckleberry club, turkey pesto, breakfast burritos and, of course, coffee all say “Blodgett Creamery” to Polson. These staples will not change under the new owners, Chell and Shain Little. The...
Stephen Ioli, a 7-year-old Dixon resident, chows down on a slice of Dixon melon during the melon-eating contest at Saturday’s Dixon Melon Days.
Greg Hettick, son of Dixon Melons owner Harley Hettick, searches for the perfect melon for a customer.
Cal Courville lets a horseshoe fly during a game with friends and family.
The Balyeat family clowns helped entertain the crowd at Dixon Melon Days. From left are James, holding Matthew; Amanda, holding David; and 11-year-old Charity, also known as Clutter the Clown. The family traveled from Great Falls for the event.
Melon Days T-shirts make cheery festival mementos.
Cool treats refresh Melon Days attendees as they wander through the festival.
During a break from in Melon Days festivities, 10-year-old Reed Bocksnick of Ronan tosses a horseshoe with friends.
Buyers check out the goods at Melon Days.
A Dixon melon is a slice of heaven for one young competitor in the melon-eating race.