WELL ESTABLISHED CUSTOM WOODWORK SHOP IN HAMILTON LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED OR ENTRY LEVEL WORKERS STARTING @ $15+/HR DOE PLUS BENNEFITS 406-363-6353. 4/13, 4/20.
Archives for April 13, 2022
2019 – 36’ Forest River Motor Home, Class C. Low mileage, single owner, excellent condition. See to appreciate. Stevensville. 406-382-0473. $87,000.
Moving Sale – April 16th – 8:30am-1pm. Shop items – hand tools, shop vac’s, electric saws, nails, lots of misc shop items. Gym equipment – full home gym, weights, Gazelle, boxing bag, bike, Recliner, antique kitchen […]
MOVING SALE – rain or shine. Friday, Apr. 15 & Saturday, Apr. 16, 9-3. Indoor and outdoor items. 829 Pine Meadow Drive, Hamilton.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION of Stevensville School District No. 2, Ravalli County, Montana for the Election of three (3) trustees to be elected for a three (3) year term […]
Melisa Penman 404 Lakeside Drive Lolo, MT 59847 Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KURTISS W. PENMAN, Deceased. Case No.: […]
David T. Markette Megan S. Winderl MARKETTE & CHOUINARD, P.C. 601 S. First Street P.O. Box 515 Hamilton, MT 59840 (406) 363-1110 [email protected] Attorneys for Petitioner MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT […]
David T. Markette MARKETTE & CHOUINARD, P.C. 601 S. First Street P.O. Box 515 Hamilton, MT 59840 (406) 363-1110 [email protected] Attorneys for Petitioner MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY […]
PUBLIC NOTICE The Burnt Fork Water Commission will hold its first meeting of the 2022 irrigation season Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 8:00 pm at the American Legion Hall, corner […]
by Victoria Howell Joel Schnackel is something of a renaissance man. People who have lived in the valley awhile and enjoy gourmet cooking will remember Schnackel as the chef/owner at […]
by Michael Howell It’s time once again to celebrate the great outdoors! After a lapse of a couple of years due to the pandemic, the Teller Wildlife Refuge is once […]
by Nathan Boddy The Hamilton City Council began its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 5th with a presentation by Marci Smith, Chair of the Bitterroot Valley Community College (BVCC) Board […]
It will be a while before the water starts spilling over the top of Painted Rocks since the reservoir is still filling for the 2022 season. The 25,000 acre feet […]
Last year’s conflicts in the Bitterroot Valley over LGBTQ+ issues has resulted in the first-ever Queer Prom being organized for this April. Organizers are hosting two nights of prom. Friday, […]
by Nathan Boddy Hamilton Fire Chief Brad Mohn and Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf were at the future site of the Hamilton Fire Station on the bright morning of April 8th in […]