Rental House Wanted for clients: $500 Finder’s Fee with signed lease: a mature couple with well trained dog; need yard, one level, 2-3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 6 month minimum lease, rent up to $2000+, depending on specs. Call Celia: 406-550-1014.
Archives for April 21, 2021
FIRE DESTROYED HOME. Sr. seeking local studio, 1 bedroom or in-law unit in Stevi, Victor, Florence. Call cell 415-359-1721. BS 4-14, 4-21, 4-28
Local thrift store needs person to sort clothes and do laundry. 20-30 hrs/wk to start, may work into full time if desired. $9/hr to start. (406)777-2266 or [email protected] BS 4-21
Ammo – 257 Roberts 10 1/2 boxes, one box full of empty brass, included a Lee hand loader complete kit. $150. (406)239-0730. BS 4-21.
RELEASE INCREASED NUMBERS OF REJUVENATING STEM CELLS with STEM ENHANCE ULTRA by Cerule. Blue green algae from Klamath Lake, plus other patented ingredients per Dr. Gitte Jensen. Earth’s super nutritious food from sunlight and water – Call Lynn at (415) 259-1721 with questions or to purchase. BS 4-21, 4-28, 5-5.
Clean Estate Sale – 122 S. 8th Street Hamilton. April 24. 10 am. Furniture, Furnishing, Garden Supplies, Tools, Power Tools, Essential Oils, House Goods, Supplies, Clothes and Fabrics. Parking along State and 8th. Masks please! BS 4/14, 4/21
by Shari Austin, Stevensville In this day and age when everyday citizens do not have much control over what happens in Washington D.C., there is one thing the everyday citizen can take control of—-LITTER. The amount of litter in the Bitterroot Valley is disgraceful and disrespectful to the natural beauty, wildlife and our neighbors. We all […]
by Frank Novotny, Victor I have seen advertisements on the internet regarding cutting taxes for the wealthy. Now this may take a little bit of thought, so here goes. First question: What would gov’t do with the money? Answer: Spend it on gov’t regulation and programs. Most of those programs do little or nothing for taxpayers […]
by Samantha Bruegger The new film “Wildlife Killing Contests” is—as intended—extremely difficult to watch. The recently released twenty-five-minute documentary, produced by Filipe DeAndrade and Brian Moghari in partnership with Project Coyote, contains graphic footage of animals being callously slain for entertainment and prize money, only to be added to piles of carcasses used for vain […]
by Eric Houtchens I no longer recognize our system of government. Growing up we had a two party democracy with conservatives, moderates, and liberals. Now, I see a government controlled by an oligarchy presenting the facade of a two party system. The moderates from both side of the aisle no longer exist. We are polarized […]
by Conrad Anker, Rachel Schmidt, Francine Spang-Willis and Andrew Posewitz Once again, the Rally for Public Lands at the State Capitol was proof that our public lands and outdoor way of life bind us. The numbers bear it out: 89% of Montanans visit public lands every year. 64% hunt or fish. 79% consider themselves conservationists. 89% say public lands […]
DARBY – formerly of Utah – Buddy Amner Nielson passed away peacefully on his home on April 10, 2021, surrounded by his family. He was born in Burley, Idaho, on December 16, 1943, to Leslie and Ila Nielson. They moved to Lehi, Utah, when he was a young boy; then resided in Highland, Utah. Bud […]