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Hamilton Masonic Lodge honors First Responders

On January 11, Ionic Masonic Lodge #38 began the tradition of a “First Responder” Awards dinner to honor individuals within the community who have been identified by their supervisors or nominating officials as those First Responders who represent the best. The purpose of the ceremony was to publicly recognize First Responders and thank them for…

Alpenstuble Bakery – an authentic German bakery in Stevensville

Where owner Silvia Allen combines her helping skills with her culinary skills By Michael Howell If you ask Silvia Allen about the story behind her business, Alpenstuble Bakery, located at the Stevensville Junction on Highway 93, you are likely to hear a lot about her life, her youth growing up in Germany but vacationing every…

Chamber of Commerce to honor members at banquet

By Michael Howell Not many organizations can claim over a century of service in the Bitterroot. One that can is the Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce, which will hold its 112th Annual Awards Banquet on Saturday, February 3 at the Bitterroot River Inn in Hamilton. The annual dinner and awards celebration, with its raffles and…

Judge backtracks, issues new order in Board of Health lawsuit

  By Michael Howell In an Opinion and Order issued on January 11, Ravalli County District Court Judge Jeffrey Langton vacates an order he issued last September that directed the Board of Health and rental property owners Timothy and Elaine Burt to reduce their agreement over alleged violations of the County wastewater regulations and State…

Concerns over athletic field plan

In a recent newspaper article, Hamilton school district superintendent, Mr. Tom Korst, said: “We’ll put the athletic complex out to bid right after our presentation, late February-ish, and begin construction as soon as the ground thaws.” This is not quite true. The school board has already, as of January 2nd, sent out calls requesting information…

Betty Lou Dimsha

Victor –  Betty Lou Dimsha, 88, passed away Friday, January 19, 2018 at her home in Victor surrounded by family. She was born December 17, 1929 in Bridgeton, New Jersey to Charles and Betty Kinzle. She was married to Peter Dimsha on May 16, 1953. Betty Lou worked in the health care field as a…

Hamilton remains perfect

One never knows exactly what will happen when rivals meet on the hardwood. For part of the first half, Hamilton wasn’t exactly sure how to handle Corvallis who came out playing tough defense and limiting the undefeated Broncs on offense. But the speedier Broncs pulled away for the 63-43 win. Corvallis was right with Hamilton…

Hamilton Lady Broncs split

The Hamilton Lady Broncs won one game and lost a game over the weekend. Hamilton, who was ranked No. 2 in the state, lost to Columbia Falls, the No. 1 ranked team in the state. Hamilton’s record is now 12-1. Hamilton and Corvallis met on Thursday after the boys’ game in Corvallis. The Lady Broncs…

Boys basketball recap

A Florence/Loyola basketball game is guaranteed to fill the gym. The rivalry has always been fierce and full of excitement. The game on Thursday night was no different. Florence took an early lead but then the Rams went to work behind the play. Of Jack Lincoln who scored 24 points. Loyola went on to win,…

MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STEPHEN J. WILCOX, Deceased. Probate No.: DP-18-02 Department No. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the decedent are required to present their…