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Northwest USA Spotlight 2023 to be held in Missoula

News from the Polson Chamber of Commerce NORTHWEST MONTANA — Glacier Country Tourism is excited to announce that Missoula has been selected as the destination for next year’s Northwest USA Spotlight, April 16-18, 2023. This is an excellent opportunity for Glacier Country Tourism partner hote...

Breese sentenced for impersonation

POLSON — A Polson man was committed at District Court in Polson on Nov. 3 to the Montana Department of Corrections for three years with all that time suspended for impersonating a public servant during the Boulder 2700 fire on Aug. 1, 2021. In addition, Donald Stephen Breese, 49, was sentenced to a six...

League of Women Voters hosts webinar on MT climate extremes

News from the League of Women Voters HELENA — The League of Women Voters Montana is hosting a free public webinar “Climate Extremes in Montana: Stories of Change and Resilience” on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m., featuring climate specialists from the Montana Climate Office and (CSKT). T...

Memorial tournament celebrates athletes Memorial tournament celebrates athletes

RONAN — On Friday, Oct. 14, athletes from the five valleys area gathered to honor the life of Alex Braun at the second Alex Braun Memorial Basketball Tournament put on by the Special Olympics of Montana. Alex Braun was a young Missoula athlete who passed away in the summer of 2021. Though tennis was...

Master Hunter Program announced

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks MONTANA — One Montana’s Master Hunter Program is accepting applications Oct. 1, 2022 – Nov. 30, 2022, for the 2023 program. Classes will be held in Billings (March), Bozeman (April) and Missoula (May). Each class will consist of two 3-Day consecu...

Former Ronan athlete runs for suicide prevention, qualifies for Boston Marathon Former Ronan athlete runs for suicide prevention, qualifies for Boston Marathon

  RONAN— Kira Crenshaw Niedens, a 2005 Ronan High School graduate, has been on the run for some time now. Running, that is, for suicide prevention with hopes of qualifying for one of the bigger races such as Chicago, New York, and Boston. Thus far she has run in Missoula, in marathons in Ore...

$3.6M secured for Missoula Airport

U.S. Senate — U.S. Senator Jon Tester today announced that he secured $3,600,000 in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Grant funds for the Missoula airport to expand the existing deicing apron an additional 18,100 square yards to meet Federal Aviation Administration design standa...

MTPR podcast receives national award

News  from MT Public Radio, MT PBS MISSOULA — “Fireline,” a podcast produced by Montana Public Radio in partnership with the University of Montana College of Business, has been named a national winner of the 2022 Edward R. Murrow Awards presented by the Radio Television Digital Ne...

CSKT statement regarding the passing of Missoula Mayor John Engen

News from the CSKT PABLO — On behalf of the Tribal Council of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the Tribal Council offers the following statement regarding the death of Missoula’s Mayor, John Engen. Missoula, in the heart of the Selis and Qlispe people’s traditional and a...

Polson Lake Monsters among top finishers at state championships Polson Lake Monsters among top finishers at state championships

MISSOULA — Six Polson swimmers of the Lake Monster swim team competed at the Montana Long Course State Championships in Missoula last weekend, with events including butterfly, backstroke, freestyle, individual medley, and breaststroke.  In the 11 and over sessions, team captain Gus Hertz and Ol...

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