POLSON – JoAnn McNeil pointed the ad in Overseas Weekly out to her husband, C.B., a pilot in the U.S. Army, while he was stationed in Germany.
POLSON — District Judge C.B. McNeil of Polson has announced his retirement, effective Sept. 5.
ST. IGNATIUS – Approximately 80 people – two of them holding signs reading “Don’t steal our water” – showed up Tuesday morning for a special meeting of the Flathead Joint Board of Control.
POLSON — A man whose conviction was overturned in the killing of a former tribal chairman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for probation violations.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has stepped into the complex legal battle over a proposed tribal water-rights compact on the Flathead Indian Reservation, suspending the case while it decides whether to take control of it.
POLSON – Lake County authorities believe at least four people were involved in the grisly murder of former Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Chairman Harold Mitchell Jr., but only one of them ever went to trial and was convicted.
POLSON – The only person convicted in the 7 1/2-year-old murder of a former Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal chairman could be freed from prison this week pending an appeal in his case.
POLSON -- A 25-year-old man convicted of killing a St. Ignatius man six years ago has been sentenced to 100 years in prison.
KALISPELL — The Montana Supreme Court has denied a former Bigfork man's request to withdraw his guilty plea for the 2007 shooting death of a Ferndale man, but the high court did order a 10-year weapons enhancement stricken from his sentence.
HELENA — The voter-initiative to cap interest charged by payday and title lenders in Montana will remain on the Nov. 2 ballot, a state district judge ruled Thursday, as he soundly rejected payday lenders’ claims that Initiative 164 signature gatherers violated the law.
HELENA — A trial will begin Thursday in Polson on the “pay-day” lending industry’s attempt to remove a measure imposing new limits on the industry from the Nov. 2 ballot.