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Trapper ed group to meet in Polson Feb. 11 

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — The group responsible for developing Montana’s new trapper education program is meeting on Friday, Feb. 11, in Polson.  The meeting will start at 9 a.m. at the Red Lion Inn & Suites, 209 Ridgewater Drive. Members of the public a...

Glacier Symphony receives $10K grant Glacier Symphony receives $10K grant

News from Glacier Symphony KALISPELL — Glacier Symphony, Orchestra and Chorale (GSC) has been approved for a $10,000 Challenge America grant award entitled Music for Rural Montana. This project will provide a tour of educational chamber concerts to tribal lands of Northwest Montana and underserved...

Applications open for artist wilderness connection

News from Hockaday Museum KALISPELL — Professional working artists from various disciplines, media, and styles are invited to apply to the 2022 Artist Wilderness Connection (AWC), a unique collaborative artist-in-residence program in Montana managed by Hockaday Museum of Art, Flathead National For...

FWP to improve management of public recreation on Flathead Lake islands

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is moving forward with plans to improve management of public recreation on its Flathead Lake island properties, including Bird, Cedar, Douglas, and Goose islands.  FWP manages the four islands as Wildlif...

General hunting has successful start in northwest Montana General hunting has successful start in northwest Montana

News from MT Fish,  Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL — The start of the general deer and elk hunting season produced the highest number of harvested white-tailed deer at game check stations in northwest Montana since 2017.  Overall, hunters in northwest Montana (Region 1) reported harv...

Local hospitals feel affects of COVID surge

The state’s healthcare providers are reeling from a surge in COVID-19 not seen since last fall, leading Governor Greg Gianforte to dispatch the National Guard to 11 Montana hospitals in the past two weeks, including those in Missoula, Whitefish, Plains and Kalispell. On Sept. 22 (the last date info ...

Where have all the bullets gone? Where have all the bullets gone?

As sportsmen prepare for the fall hunting season, they may find ammunition hard to come by. Retailers may be out of stock, or only have a bare minimum available for hunting calibers.  A salesman at Murdoch’s gun counter in Polson said they limit the sales of ammo to one or two boxes per person ...

Mussel boat number 50 intercepted Mussel boat number 50 intercepted

News from Fish, Wildlife & Parks NASHUA — On Thursday, Aug. 26, watercraft inspectors at the Nashua station inspected an outboard motorboat with mussels on the transducer, gimbal and other areas of the transom. The motorboat was traveling from Lake Erie to Kalispell. This is the 50th mussel-fo...

FWP to host open houses

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks HELENA — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Director Hank Worsech, Deputy Director Dustin Temple and members of their staff will be visiting regional offices during a tour of the state in August and September. They invite the public to join them at region...

Man pleads not guilty to assaulting officers

A Kalispell man is accused of kicking two law enforcement officers while being placed under arrest. Arsenio Savionlouis Zanca, 31, entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on July 15 to assaulting a peace officer.  According to court records, at about midnight on June 20, Mission Poli...


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