By Sen. Fred Thomas, Stevensville I have known Sharon for many years, both here in our community and as a legislative spouse and staff person at the legislature in Helena. Sharon has the qualities and values that will serve her and all of us well as the Representative from our district. Integrity, trust, dependability matter […]
Archives for October 9, 2018
BLU-J ESTATE SALES – www.bluejayestatesales.com, 363-1600. Oct 12-13 • Fri-Sat, Frenchtown, 21778 Spike, off Houle Cr. NEW FALL HOURS! DAY ONE 5:30-7:30 PM. LINE NUMBERS GIVEN AFTER 4 PM. FOLLOWING DAYS 9-12
Mill Crick Farm Stand – 153 Dutch Hill Rd, just west of the Woodside Cutoff – Winter storage crops: onions (red, yellow and sweet) beets, winter squash, potatoes (huckleberry gold, yukon gold, russet, red), pumpkins (pie and jack o’lanterns) cabbage, leeks, shallots and summer produce until it’s done. Always open. Certified and Transitional Organic.
WOODEN DRIFT BOAT FOR SALE. 15-foot, $500 obo. Owner built. Needs TLC. Will deliver locally. 777-0485.
START YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW AT YESTERDAY’S THINGS, 221 S. 1st (Hwy 93), Hamilton. Gift a gift from the past. Vintage is individual character formed over time. Who can beat that? Open Tues-Sat.
HANDICAP VAN – 2008 Chrysler Town & Country, automatic wheelchair ramp. 36,500 miles. Blue Book $18,000 to $21,000. Like new! Price $17,000. Photos on craigslist. (406)363-7737.
Jane is still at Cliff’s Corral, 130 Main, Hamilton, MT. Stop and see her and the unique gifts, painted ponies, elkskin gloves, MT Silver jewelry, leather dyes, and much more.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR RAVALLI COUNTY (HAMILTON, MONTANA) ADULT DETENTION CENTER SECURITY ELECTRONIC CONTROLS AND MONITORING SYSTEM Ravalli County is seeking a Request for Qualifications from a professional firm for architectural, engineering and design services for the replacement of the existing security electronics controls and monitoring system for the Ravalli […]
Supporters gathered at Larry Creek Group Site last week for a picnic in celebration of the recent successful land acquisition that will expand the Bass Creek Recreation Area (BCRA) to the north all the way to Sweeney Creek. As USFS Regional Forester Leanne Marten put it, “Another 120 acres for the public to go out […]
Stevensville Town Councilmember Raymond Smith has tendered his resignation following an incident over which he was cited for disorderly conduct. According to Stevensville Police Chief James Marble, a citation for disorderly conduct was issued last Friday, October 5, to Stevensville Town Councilmember Raymond Smith following an incident that occurred during the High School Homecoming Parade. […]
At the request of Council President Bob Michalson and Councilmember Stacie Barker, the Stevensville Town Council considered conducting a “special audit” regarding the Town’s 2018-19 FY budget at its September 24. Michalson was not in attendance. Barker stated that after the budget was first brought forward, “We obviously came up with money for an employee […]
The North Valley Public Library District Board of Directors is holding “Community Listening Sessions” later this month to gather input from the community that could help in the creation of a strategic plan for the library. The board has engaged a professional facilitator from the Montana State Library to help in the assessment of the […]