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Briefs for Feb. 7, 2024

Financial aid offered to CRP land owners News from the USDA WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is offering financial assistance to agricultural producers and private landowners enrolled in its Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) to improve the health of their forests. ...

Port Polson Players to perform murder-mystery at KwaTaqNuk Port Polson Players to perform murder-mystery at KwaTaqNuk

News from the Port Polson Players POLSON — Polson’s 1938 log theatre building on the lake gets winterized every year, and in the meantime, to celebrate their 49th season, The Port Polson Players teamed up with KwaTaqNuk Resort for a good old-fashioned Dinner Theatre Murder Mystery. My Fatal ...

Polson seniors for Jan. 31, 2024

      POLSON — The Polson Senior Center is providing AARP Tax Assistance through April 15, on Mondays or Thursdays. Call to set an appointment time. Pick up your packet and forms at the center prior to your appointment. Activities: Wood Carving for beginners. Sign up at th...

Clapp earns top firefighter award at annual banquet Clapp earns top firefighter award at annual banquet

News from the Polson Rural Fire District POLSON — Firefighter Grant Clapp was awarded Firefighter of the Year at the recent Polson Rural Fire District firefighter appreciation banquet.  Matt Dougherty was awarded the Fire Chief’s award for his overall contributions to the department ...

Cold front causes extreme, low temps during mid-month freeze Cold front causes extreme, low temps during mid-month freeze

LAKE COUNTY — Extreme cold blasted the area mid-January after a thus far mild winter with snowstorms and temperatures dipping around negative 20. The extreme cold impacted many with frozen equipment and home water pipes, poor road conditions, and for those working in agriculture, livestock increased...

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center announces first baby of 2024 Providence St. Joseph Medical  Center announces first baby of 2024

News from St. Joseph Hospital POLSON — Braxton Ross Andrus was the first baby born at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in 202. Braxton was born at 10:43 p.m. on Jan. 9, 2024, at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center’s Nesting Place. He was 21 inches long and weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces...

Locals named to Spokane Community College honor roll

News from Spokane Falls Community College SPOKANE — Local students named to Spokane Falls Community College honor roll for Fall quarter 2023 are: Xavier Fisher of Ronan and Alexander Muzquiz of Polson. The school lists 1,500 students on its Fall quarter honor roll, which ended in December. Student...

Polson Middle School launches after-school cooking club Polson Middle School launches after-school cooking club

News from Brittany Simonich, Family Education Coordinator in Lake County  POLSON — Polson Middle School has partnered with Families First and the Montana State University (MSU) SNAP Education Program to launch a new after-school cooking club called “Choose Health: Food, Fun, and Fitness...

Middle schoolers to compete in cardboard boat challenge

News from Polson Middle School POLSON — Polson Middle School’s 492 students are sailing into the second semester-literally. Mission Valley Aquatic Center will be hosting the second ever PMS Duck Boat Dynasty Challenge. This fun team-building activity offers students the opportunity to showca...

Polson seniors for Jan. 24, 2024

 By Pete Mangels for the Valley Journal  POLSON — A special thanks to Super One Foods of Polson for allowing use of their freezer to store food from one of our disabled commercial kitchen freezers. Their rapid and generous response allowed us to salvage our frozen food supplies. We are t...


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