BLU-J ESTATE SALES- www.bluejayestatesales.com, 363-1600. Jan. 24-26 • Hamilton, 105 Bedford. Online auction switched to live sale! WINTER HOURS! DAY ONE 4:00-6:00 PM. LINE NUMBERS GIVEN AFTER 2:00 PM. 2 per person. FOLLOWING DAYS 9-12.
Archives for January 16, 2019
For Sale: Karelian Bear Dog puppies, black/white, ready for new homes March 15. Registered parents, good farm/ranch protection/companion dogs. Sire chases bears. $500, call Cheryl (406) 562-3670.
Historic Victorian drop down oak writing desk with 3 curved drawers. Raised curved legs. Purchased in Helena in 1962. Purported to be desk of Lily Rosecrans Toole, wife of former governor Joseph Toole. 777-3333 Desera $595.00 firstname.lastname@example.org
Drexel Heritage 4 Tier Baker’s Rack. Scroll design grey metalwork w/ brass finials. Walnut display shelves w/ marble insert on one shelf. 777-3333 Desera $375.00
AUDIT PUBLICATION STATEMENT RAVALLI COUNTY The fiscal year 2017 audit of Ravalli County has been conducted by Doyle & Associates, P.C. Certified Public Accountants. The audit covered the year ended June 30, 2017. Montana Code Annotated (MCA) Section 2-7-521 requires the publication of the following summary of Significant Audit Findings. This is only a summary […]
Request for Proposals New Motor Graders The Board of Ravalli County Commissioners is soliciting Request for Proposals for four new motor graders. Proposals will be received by the Ravalli County Clerk & Recorder, 215 S. 4th Street, Suite C, (Second floor) Hamilton, Montana 59840 until January 30, 2019 by 4:00 p.m. Proposals will then be […]
AUDIT PUBLICATION NOTICE RCEDA is accepting proposals from CPA firms to provide audit services. A description of our organization, the services needed and other pertinent information can be found on our website, RCEDA.org, or use the link https://rceda.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/RFP-12.14.18.pdf. Please submit your proposal to us by 5 pm, January 15, 2019. BS 1-16-19. MNAXLP
For many ranchers in the Bitterroot, the middle of January is about the end of what will be their winter’s ‘rest’. Sure, there’s feeding the livestock and the day-to-day chores but soon another element, calving, will be added to the list and a full night’s sleep will be a thing of the past. There’s not […]
Relations between the County and the City of Hamilton have been strained over the last couple of years as the two entities crossed paths and sometimes butted heads over various projects. Last week, Hamilton Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf took the initiative by scheduling a meeting with the newly organized three-person Board of County Commissioners to set […]
The Stevensville Town Council, at its January 10 meeting, moved to sign a letter of engagement with water rights attorney Ross Miller. The town is facing some serious water problems with both the aging infrastructure of its water delivery system and its right to use the water that it is currently using. Public Works […]
Fort Owen State Park may not have much money, but it sure has a lot of friends. More than six dozen people packed the community room at the North Valley Public Library last week just to hear a strange story about the fort’s founder, Major John Owen, and the more well-known Jesuit priest, Father Pierre […]
RML to sponsor NIMH Clinical Director Maryland Pao at the PAC, January 22, 7 p.m. Since suicide touched the family of Kimmo Virtaneva, Ph.D., a scientist who works in the genomics group at Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML), Dr. Virtaneva and others at RML have come together to help raise awareness about mental illnesses and […]