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Leaf removal offered Mondays in November

News from Polson Public Works Dept. POLSON — As the vibrant colors of autumn paint our city, we at the City of Polson Public Works Department are excited to announce our eagerly anticipated Annual Leaf Removal Service. Each year this tradition keeps our community clean and our streets safe. We ...

Public invited to ‘Living in America,’ a Haitian immigrant presentation

POLSON — Mr. Turnier Esperance will present: “Living in America: An Immigrant Story of Haiti: From Slavery to the 21st Century” on Thursday, September 7 at Polson Senior Center. Turnier is a native Haitian. He emigrated to the United States and eventually became a Pfizer executive. After re...

New Polson Police Chief selected

News from the office of the City Manager, Ed Meece POLSON — George Simpson has accepted a job offer for the position of Police Chief with the City of Polson – effective immediately. Chief Simpson is an eight-year veteran of the Polson Police Department, where he served as both a Sergeant and...

Polson school bonds receive support

News from Mike Cutler Polson Superintendent POLSON — Polson Schools is pleased to announce that both the elementary and high school bond elections passed. We thank the voters for their commitment to making our schools safer, more secure and providing more workforce training for our high school stu...

Simmons sentenced for burglary Simmons sentenced for burglary

POLSON — A Polson man was committed in Polson District Court on April 5 to the Montana Department of Corrections for a total of 10 years with all but time served, 83 days, suspended. Michael Leroy Simmons Jr., 36, entered a plea of guilty in Polson District Court on Feb. 8 to two counts of burglary,...

Polson improves city-to-citizen communication

POLSON — The City of Polson website and digital communications announced at their Jan. 18 meeting they are getting some much-anticipated improvements.  Led by Special Projects Manager Tyler Baker and Commissioner Ruggless, Baker has begun work on to improve its existing structu...

Polson City Commission tables business license discussion

POLSON — At a Nov. 7 meeting the Polson City Commission tabled, for the foreseeable future, discussion on the proposed business license.  The business license, updated to be called “Safety Inspection Certificates,” based on the actual intent behind the proposed fee for businesses, h...

Johnson pleads not guilty to sex abuse

POLSON — A Polson man is accused of attempting to solicit a 13-year-old girl, allegedly for sex, as she was walking home from school recently. Scott William Johnson, 59, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on Oct. 26 to felony sexual abuse of children. According to court reco...

New small dog park on its way to Polson New small dog park on its way to Polson

POLSON — The City of Polson is in the process of gathering materials to erect a park exclusively for small dogs, 20 pounds or less.  The whole project got its start thanks to local Wanda Heintz, who has three small dogs under ten pounds and has struggled to find appropriate places to take them ...

Polson Chamber seeks business, contractor to take over Flower Basket Program

News from the Polson Chamber of Commerce POLSON — The Directors of the Polson Chamber of Commerce are seeking Requests for Proposals to contract with a business or an Independent Contractor to manage our Flower Basket Program. Background: In the early 1990s, a small group of community members r...


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