Allegations, trash and a sale: News at three MT hot springs pools

David Erickson

There are newsworthy events, all fairly different, at three separate Montana hot springs in different parts of the state.

First, Lolo Hot Springs Resort’s owner responded on social media to what he says is a “disgruntled ex-employee taking to Facebook to cause a financial loss to a business owner.”

Last week, a woman named Elizabeth Fischbach created a social media post saying she and her family members had worked at the privately owned resort, located on Highway 12 west of Lolo.

She alleged that there was mold in several areas of the resort, but did not provide any evidence of that in the post. She made several other allegations and said she was quitting the job.

Resort owner Brent Olson on Tuesday made a Facebook post on the resort’s page responding to the allegations.

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“Recently, a group of staff members from the same family decided to pursue other ventures,” he wrote. “While we wholeheartedly support individuals chasing their dreams, their departure was abrupt and unprofessional. They opted to post a series of unfounded allegations on social media against the Hot Springs. Please remember that there are

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