By Jerry Esmay, Stevensville Recent national activities have motivated me to generate another letter. This time I would like to primarily discuss police activities and the southern border catastrophe. Once again, we see riots occurring in Minnesota and other cities over perceived police brutality toward blacks. This seems to be generated as a result of a […]
Archives for April 28, 2021
By Mary Fahnestock-Thomas, Hamilton I simply do not understand why so many people (esp. Republicans?) are so eager to trust rich people instead of the representative government that we, by definition, elect to support us as we go about our lives — and there are a whole lot more of us non-rich people, so surely we […]
By Aviv Guscio, Ellis Walker-Keleher, Grace Gibson-Snyder and Virgil Jones, Missoula We, the four authors of this piece, range in age from 14 to 17. As young people engaged in local politics and initiatives, we watch in concern the actions of our state legislature. As we are unable to vote, we must take any opportunity we […]
By Ed Sperry Col USAF (ret), Stevensville Isn’t that about how most of us prepare for a School Board election? That is if we vote at all. Please don’t be offended if these opening words hit home. You are among many friends and neighbors that would fall on their proverbial sword to cast a ballot at a […]
It is time to vote in the important election for School Board Trustees. Return your ballot to the Ravalli County Election Administrator not later than 4 May. Unfortunately, there is much consternation within the education sector and among parents, students and citizens over the current state of public education. We, as residents of our respective […]
Three family sale. Saturday and Sunday, May 1st and 2nd, 9:30 to 4:30, 109 Winslett Stevensville. Lots of restaurant kitchen serving pieces and tables. Home decor, good condition Queen size mattress and box Mission style bedroom set with night stands and dresser, full size mattress and box with frame, some Christmas decorations, cloths, tools and […]
YARD SALE – Fri & Sat, April 30th & May 1st, 8-3, 902 W. Pond, Hamilton. Household items, kitchen chairs, Christmas items, a little of everything. Lots of stuff!
Bitterroot Star is seeking a sports reporter to cover high school sports and Legion baseball, etc. Send resume and samples to [email protected] or call Victoria at 777-3928 or 207-8793 for more information.
NEWS REPORTER position open to cover Hamilton news for weekly Bitterroot Star. Part time. Must have solid writing skills and some knowledge of the community. Send resume and samples to [email protected] star.com or call Victoria at 777-3928 for more information.
AUDIT PUBLICATION STATEMENT An audit of the affairs of the Stevensville Public Schools, Stevensville, Montana, has been conducted by the firm of Denning, Downey & Associates, P.C. Certified Public Accountants. The audit covered the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020. Section 2-7-521, MCA, requires that this publication concerning the audit report is on file in […]
Stevensville School District has the following items available for bid: (1) HQ Simply Sixteen Longarm Quilting Machine-Minimum start bid $2,000.00 (1) 5 3/8” x 13” x 17’0” Glu-Lam Beam-minimum start bid of $300.00 (11) 5 ⅛” x 11 ¼” x 27’0 Glu-Lam Beams-minimum start bid of $400.00 each (11) 5 ⅛” x 11 ¼” x […]
On April 13, 2021 we said goodbye to a very special man when Thomas J Crane lost his battle with cancer at the age of 68. He had spent his last two weeks of life being cared for by Hamilton’s Marcus Daly Hospital staff. His passing leaves a great many friends and relatives with heavy […]