As Thanksgiving Day approaches, Bitterroot and Missoula Valley families are expressing their gratitude by giving back. Residents are filling shoeboxes with fun toys, school supplies and hygiene items to send to children in need around the world. For many of these children, it will be the first gift they have ever received. During Operation Christmas […]
Archives for November 6, 2018
YESTERDAY’S THINGS will have special sales now until Christmas! Miscellaneous, collectibles and nice secondhand plus furniture. Come enjoy the shop and check out the Christmas section. 221 S. 1st (Hwy 93), Hamilton. 406-930-2432. Tuesday-Saturday.
Lawrence D. Johnson 345 West Main Street P.O. Box 500 Hamilton , Montana 59840 phone: 406-363-1655 Attorney for Petitioner MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF NGUYEN TRI TRINH, PETITIONER Cause No. DV 18-443 Dept. 1 NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that Nguyen […]
John D. Greef ATTORNEY AT LAW P.O. Box 212 Hamilton, MT 59840 (406) 363-9060 Attorney for Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: REX E. OVERTON, Deceased. Case No.: DP-17-101 Department No. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been […]
No one does more for birds in the Bitterroot Valley than the Bitterroot Audubon Society, the local chapter of the National Audubon Society. They are more than a group of bird watchers. Of course, there is a lot of just plain watching that goes on, but they are really bird lovers, and it involves a […]
By Charles Sleath, Hamilton What kind of nation are we that we would rejoice in sending our sons and daughters in harm’s way? They go for the honor, and the glory; for very little pay. The glory turns to horror and becomes very chilling. The honor is soon forgotten when they witness their first […]
By Peter Lethenstrom, Stevensville Democracy dies in darkness… the Washington Post. What do you think?
By Allen E. Barr, Stevensville The media is claiming that there is an attack on the free press. The importance of a free press is beyond question. James Madison said, “The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must be in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse.” The founders […]
By Star Jameson, Hamilton I am deeply disturbed that the media refer to the thousands travelling north through Mexico from South America as “immigrants.” Is this some way of whitewashing the devastation they are fleeing, and the fear and grief they bring with them? These people are refugees, plain and simple. They are “unable or […]
By Allen B. Gates, Stevensville America is divided by political polarization and cultural turmoil! Not since the Civil War has there been such polarization and cultural turmoil. The causes are: 1. The hollowing out of the middle class. Job losses caused by increases in productivity, outsourcing, and changes in the nature of work have […]
On Thursday, November 1, three applicants vying for a Ward 2 position on the Stevensville Town Council were interviewed by Councilors Robin Holcomb and Stacie Barker. The Council will be appointing a new council member at their upcoming November 8 meeting to fill out the remaining term of former Councilor Ray Smith. Smith recently […]
Patrick Barkey and Todd Morgan of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana delivered a summary presentation of the results of their study commissioned by the Board of Ravalli County Commissioners examining the history of the timber industry in the Bitterroot Valley. “First off, it’s pretty clear to anybody […]