UM News Service MISSOULA – Last year, 12.4 million out-of-state visitors contributed over $3.7 billion in travel spending to Montana’s economy, according to a recent report from the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana. The latest report finalizes preliminary estimates from January with new fourth-quarter tourism data. The new […]
Archives for April 24, 2019
Stevensville’s town hall has been plagued by bitter disputes between the Stevensville Town Council and the Mayor’s office. Town Clerk Audrey Tribbensee recently resigned due to what she called “harassment and bullying” by council members. Now the council’s newest member, Jerry Phillips, has tendered his resignation effective April 18, 2019. In his resignation letter, Phillips […]
An accidental wildfire scorched about 391 acres on the west side of the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge north of Stevensville last Friday when a slash pile fire was blown out of control by high afternoon winds. A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fire management team was burning ditches and some slash piles last Friday […]
Danelle (Nell) Highfill, the current Recreation Program Manager on the Boise National Forest, has been named acting Stevensville District Ranger on the Bitterroot National Forest while current Ranger Tami Sabol completes a four month assignment as National Forest Service Liaison to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Prior to her current position on the Boise National […]
Ann Ellsworth, a Montana State University education professor, has received the 2019 Grammar Teacher of the Year Award, a national award presented by the Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar and GrammarFlip. The assembly is a branch of the National Council of Teachers of English, and GrammarFlip is an interactive grammar and writing program […]
About fourteen years ago, Rocky Mountain Laboratory sponsored a program at the Hamilton Performing Arts Center on Chronic Wasting Disease research. As part of the National Institutes of Health, RML has been involved with research into prion related diseases like CWD for a long time. Now that CWD has been identified in Montana wildlife, RML […]
YARD WORK and spring cleanup. Call 363-8061.
YARD WORK, weekly now through fall. Stevi. Fair pay for honest work. References required. Call Victoria, 207-8793.
BOAT FOR SALE – 21 foot aluminum Starcraft. Inboard motor. $3000. 544-1669.
TWO PLOTS in Riverside Cemetery in Stevensville. City is asking $300 for residents and $500 for non residents. We will sell both for $500 firm. 406-755-3231 or 406-212-4349.
T. Bishop Estate Sale—One Amazing Sale!! 855 Bear Creek Trail south of Victor(follow signs on 93). Thursday 9-4 (prices firm), Friday 9-3 (dealing). Saturday 9-3 (dealing), Sunday 11-2(½ or more off). Usual & unusual in full house, garage, shop, patio & house is for sale, too! 100’s of tools-hand & electric, Ryobi cordless set, full […]
BLU-J ESTATE SALES, www.bluejayestatesales.com, 363-1600. April 24-25 • Hamilton, Stonegate-104 Rosewood, Special Wed night Thursday sale! April 25-27 • Missoula, 605 Whitaker; May 2-4 • Hamilton, 514 S. 7th, Antiques and collectables!, May 9-11 • Darby, Old Darby Rd-173 Sinopah; DAY ONE 6:00-8:00 PM., LINE NUMBERS GIVEN AFTER 2:00 PM. 2 per person. FOLLOWING DAYS 9-12.