Breaking News from Polson MT
Find the latest Polson MT News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Community Holiday Dinners set for Elmo, Polson
PABLO — CSKT & DHRD will not be providing Turkey dinners to the elderly this year; instead, your Tribal Council Representatives from Elmo and Polson will be hosting Community dinners in their districts.
Flathead Lake’s Shelter Island Mansion Sells for Undisclosed Sum
One of the most expensive homes in Montana perched on its own private island on the west side of Flathead Lake sold on Nov. 30 for an undisclosed sum. The 22-acre Shelter Island and 18,000-square-foot castle-like home that sits on it near Rollins was most recently listed for sale at $13.95 million,
The 2018 Western A Tip-off tournament scores
MISSOULA, Mont. — The 2018 Western A Tip-off tournament was held in Missoula on Friday and Saturday. Each team played two games in the tournament. Hamilton 65 vs Whitefish 71 (OT)
Hamilton couple faces challenges after juvenile crashes vehicle into their home
Gordon and Carolyn White were within two weeks of retirement on the night their lives were turned upside down. They are still working to right their ship. “We had just bought a new truck and trailer and were planning on going on a trip to Oregon before spending the rest of the summer with our kids a
Participant in Lake County death arrested again
Two months after receiving a deferred sentence in a Ronan woman’s death, a Lake County teenager is back behind bars. Donnovan Sherwood, 18, of Arlee was one of four young adults arrested in connection with the death of Cassandra Harris, who was found critically injured near McGregor Lake on June 23
Polson edges Lake City to win team title
PABLO – The Polson Pirate wrestling team had a nice start to the new 2018-19 wrestling season by winning the team title in the Owen Invitational. The Pirates hosted the tournament at home this past weekend. Due to last winter’s snowstorm damage to Linderman gym, the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness C
Spotlight Event: It’s a Wonderful Life
When: Nov. 30, Dec, 1, Dec. 7, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 2, Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. Produced by The Port Polson Players, 25 performers kick off the annual Mission Valley Friends of the Arts membership drive with the holiday classic “It’s A Wonderful Life,” based on the 1946 movie that is a staple of Chr
Former Missoula County deputy charged with felony for mistreating handcuffed man
A former Missoula County Sheriff’s Deputy has been charged with a felony for mistreating a prisoner. Doug Hartsell Jr. drew scrutiny after three other deputies alleged he used excessive force against Brandon Shea during a November 2017 arrest. The Montana Department of Justice opened a probe into th
Overhaul planned for Hungry Horse Dam in northwest Montana
KALISPELL, Mont. — The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is planning to spend between $150 million and $200 million to overhaul the 65-year-old Hungry Horse Dam in northwest Montana.
The 27th Annual Native American Basketball Classic returns to Havre
HAVRE — The 27th Annual Native American Basketball Classic will help kick off the Montana prep basketball season in Havre on the campus of MSU-Northern on December 6-8, 2018. This event will draw ten schools with both boys and girls teams competing. The NAC returns to the Hi-Line after last year’s e
'People's Compact' campaign comes to Polson
POLSON — The push for an alternative to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ water compact continued here Tuesday night.
High school roundup: Hellgate boys move to 2-0 with win over Billings Senior
Missoula Hellgate boosted its record to 2-0 with a 77-43 home win over Billings Senior Saturday. The Knights led by just four at halftime before going on a 30-5 run in the third quarter. Rollie Worster led Hellgate with 22 points, followed by Dylan Holst and Abe Johnson with 15 apiece.
It's official: Totally new kids’ club opens in Ronan
RONAN – The doors opened on the new clubhouse for the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County and the Flathead Reservation on Tuesday, Nov. 27, and the experience was overwhelming for some.
Lake County targets tribal tax exemption
POLSON — For seven years, a scattering of tribally owned lands around Montana have enjoyed a state tax break. That could end if Lake County gets its way.
Deadline nears for open enrollment for ACA health plans; interest up in Ravalli County
The deadline for enrolling in an Affordable Care Act health insurance plan is coming up fast. And Ravalli County’s only entity that helps people nagivate the system is feeling the pinch.
Authorities identify Ronan crash victim
Aliyah McCrea, 14, of Ronan was ejected and declared dead at the scene of the crash when investigators say the driver of the vehicle she was in lost control, went through a ditch and then rolled several times.
When You Wish Upon a Postcard
BIGFORK — Amy Dempster and Natalie Paulsen really want to know what you would like for Christmas. Not, “What do you think you should say you want for Christmas?” or “What are the commercials saying I need?” but instead a true question of what it is the people of the Flathead Valley desire, in their
Montana Nurses File Charges Against Kalispell Regional Healthcare
The Montana Nurses Association filed charges against Kalispell Regional Healthcare Wednesday for allegedly violating federal worker rights laws. According to a press release from the nurses' group, Kalispell Regional interfered with employee rights to form a nurses union, in breach of the National L
Best of Preps — Fall 2018
A star on the hardwood as well as the gridiron, Logan led Bigfork to its best football season in years as a two-way all-state honoree for the 9-2 Vikings. Logan paved the way for all-state running back Randy Stultz as an anchor on the offensive line but indulged his true passion at linebacker, terro
Sunday rollover victim, 14, near Ronan identified
Aliyah McCrea, 14, was a passenger in a crash northeast of Ronan that hospitalized four others from 11 to 16 years of age, all from Ronan and all with non-life threatening injuries.