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August 24, 1912 Marks a Fateful Day for Young City August 24, 1912 Marks a Fateful Day for Young City

Story from the Aug. 30, 1912 issue of the Ronan Pioneer History of Ronan will date hereafter from August 24, 1912, the date of the big fire. On that day at between 2:30 and 2:45 p.m., the exact minute being in dispute, a fire was discovered in the automobile garage of Crawford & Clairmont, in the al...

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans available to Montana small businesses

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA – Small nonfarm businesses in 10 Montana counties and neighboring counties in Idaho are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N. Garfield of SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center-...

Secretary of State: new businesses climbs in July

News from Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen  HELENA — Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen announced this week that roughly 4,600 new businesses were registered in the state in July, continuing the trend of record business growth in Montana. This number compares to approximately 4,00...

All In Stitches bids community a fond farewell All In Stitches bids community a fond farewell

POLSON — This is the final summer for All in Stitches of Polson. It has taken years to build our community of friends and supporters and we treasure the memories and good times. In November 1999, Pat Binger opened the doors to All in Stitches. She had a dream of providing a safe space for people of all...

Flathead Cherry Festival packs Polson’s Main Street Flathead Cherry Festival packs Polson’s Main Street

POLSON — The Flathead Cheery Festival returned to downtown Polson last week to bring everyone out for one of the biggest events of the summer.  Held for over 20 years, this year’s festival dedicated Main Street to hand crafted goods and cherry products brought in by members of the communi...

Les Schwab Tire Centers match donations

News from Les Schwab Tire Centers MONTANA — Les Schwab Tires Centers at any Montana location will accept monetary donations in all stores, or from the fundraiser QR code, through Saturday, Aug. 19. Les Schwab Tire Centers will also match donations up to $15,000. “Les Schwab is proud to in...

Creatives Indigenous Course concludes with deep dive pitch event in MT

News from Native Max PABLO — Creatives Indigenous by Native Max announced a free event at the Salish Kootenai College Theatre where a cohort of Salish and Kootenai artrepreneurs pitch their business plans to faculty, partners, and the local community.  Since the beginning of June, this coh...

More Montana business growth in June 2023 announced

News from Secretary Christi Jacobsen HELENA — Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen announced last week that new business registrations in Montana surged again in June 2023. Roughly 5,300 new businesses were registered with the Secretary of State’s Office, easily surpassing the approximately ...

Briefs for July 12, 2023

Local earns dean’s list honors News from the University of Tampa TAMPA, FLORIDA — Spencer Henning of Polson earned dean’s list honors at The University of Tampa for the Spring 2023 semester. Henning is a sophomore majoring in psychology. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or hig...

Brooks pleads guilty to forgery, bail jumping Brooks pleads guilty to forgery, bail jumping

POLSON — Judge Molly Owen set a sentencing date of Aug. 16 for a Polson man who admitted forging a stolen check and skipping court appearances. Dillon Ganuelas Brooks, 24, entered pleas of guilty to felony charges of forgery and bail jumping. The guilty pleas came as part of a plea agreement that could...


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