The Corvallis boys brought home another state championship from the Class A State Track and Field meet in Laurel this weekend. This is the fourth championship in 10 years. With winners on both the track and in the field, they notched 79 points compared to second place Miles City who had 62 points. Hamilton finished […]
Archives for May 2018
The Lady Broncs could not get past the defending state champion Belgrade Panthers, the only team to beat them in the regular season, in the undefeated game and then in the championship game. Belgrade topped Hamilton, 7-2, for the state title. Key to the Panthers’ success throughout the tournament was the pitching of Erin Elgas. […]
The state Class A tennis tournament was scheduled for two days in Polson and Ronan but due to bad weather, it took three days to complete. When it was over, Corvallis was in a three-way tie with Whitefish and Hardin for first. The key to their victory was an upset by Blue Devil Marius Godard […]
Conner – Calvin Ambagis, 1 year old, passed away in the evening on Saturday, May 19, 2018, at the Community Medical Center in Missoula, Montana. He was born December 19, 2016, and is survived by his parents Luke and Crystal Ambagis. He touched the hearts of everyone he came in contact with. A graveside service […]
The theme of this year’s Corvallis Memorial Day Parade is “Still Serving after 80 Years.” Four Grand Marshalls, all veterans of World War II, have been chosen to honor all the veterans who have served and sacrificed for the nation. The four Grand Marshalls to be honored at the 2018 parade include Ken Gardner, Bill […]
SENATE DISTRICT 43 As of May 1, Senate District 43 candidate Jason Ellsworth was by far the biggest spender in the 2018 Montana State primary elections for the state senate. From the beginning of the campaign to the first of May, Ellsworth had outspent incumbent Patrick Connell by five to one and outspent the third […]
For the third time in the last seven months, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox’s office has successfully defended Montana’s campaign laws before the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. On Tuesday, the Court upheld the constitutionality of Montana’s campaign disclosure laws, known as the DISCLOSE Act, passed by the state legislature in 2015. Speaking to […]
By Michael Howell Since the uproar over the proposed plan to install a disc golf course at Hieronymus Park, the Hamilton City Council has stepped back and is trying to take a look at the big picture and review its Master Park Plan. At the last Committee of the Whole meeting on May 8, more […]
By Michael Howell Prior to business last Monday, May 14, the Stevensville Town Council heard a few letters of correspondence. One was a letter from members of the Parks and Recreation Board expressing their “disappointment” at the outcome of two votes at the last council meeting. One was the unanimous vote that defeated the proposed […]
BLU-J ESTATE SALES, www.bluejayestatesales.com. 363-1600. May 24-26 • Corvallis, 1173 Cherry Orchard, W. at Woodside, follow signs. Two stories full of household, decor, antiques, furnishings, tons of boxes in the basement, home generator, more! May 31-June 2 • Hamilton, 417 Ricketts. Chad Ralls sale back on! Tractors, implements, collectibles, rustic, farm items, household, tack, beekeeping items. A great treasure hunt! June 7-9 • Corvallis, 968 […]
Yard Sale – Sat. 8:00 until 3:00. A little of everything. 890 Honey House Lane, Corvallis.
Yard/garage sale – Saturday, May 26, 9 AM-4 PM. 103 Schueler Lane, 3 miles north of Victor. Boat motor, saddles, generator, chainsaw, miter saw, household items, lots & lots of misc.