By Mara Silvers, Montana Free Press Beginning Saturday, July 16, Montana will transition to a new three-digit suicide prevention hotline to help callers find emergency mental health resources. The nationwide […]
Archives for July 13, 2022
ISO homes for puppies. Smart, used to kids, learn quickly. $150. (406) 381-1618.
MANX KITTENS. $100-$300. 10 weeks-11 months. Shots, wormed, healthy. 406-303-0069, landline, message.
Garage Sale – Stevensville
GARAGE SALE – FRI & SAT, JULY 15 & 16, 9-4. 2839 Yellow Hawk Road, Stevensville (off S. Sunset Bench). Misc. household items, clean quilt fabrics, clothes, TV’s, collectibles, 1- kids bike, 1 10-speed bike.
Garage Sale – Hamilton
Best Garage Sale in Town – Something for everyone! 279 S. Crest, Hamilton. 7/15 – 9 to 4, 7/16 – 9 to 3. Antique glassware & furniture, outdoor gear, fishing items, jewelry, books, kids’ toys, […]
Production Manager – Missoula Concrete Construction
Production Manager Qualified applicants MAIL resumes to: Bc Concrete Inc. dba Missoula Concrete Construction Attn: Adam Bauer PO Box 16086 Missoula, MT 59808 Missoula Concrete Construction operating out of Missoula, MT […]
Notice to Creditors – Steven K. Johnson
Naomi J. Cheeney Cheeney Law, PLLC PO Box 212 Hamilton, MT 59840 Phone: (406) 363-9060 Attorney for Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF […]
Bitterroot CASA – community asset looking for new volunteers
by Nathan Boddy This year’s recipient of the Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce ‘Community Asset’ award can truly be described as an asset. Bitterroot CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, is […]
Best times at Hardtimes – annual bluegrass festival
Mike and Tari Conroy, organizers of the Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival, absolutely love the current venue for the event, the Heiland family ranch south of Hamilton. The festival was moved to […]
Grassroots food program continues in Stevensville
The Stevensville Summer Food Program has received a Rapp Family Foundation grant of $5000. This money will go to buy more food, according to Frannie Schmitz, coordinator of the program […]
Back Country Horsemen, Forest Service partner on trail projects
Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen (BRBCH) and the Bitterroot National Forest are partnering on several trail clearing and maintenance projects taking place in July. The first project was scheduled […]
by Wanda LaCroix, Missoula Cultural disputes have been weaponized by the wealthy leaders of the party formerly known as “grand.” Freedom lovers naively relied on lofty notions of “precedent” and “privacy” […]
When will it stop?
by Terri Lackey, Stevensville Covid covid covid!! Fear fear fear!! Same thing! Synonymous in meaning! Pre-2020, when the media didn’t control 100% of your mind; every time you had a sniffle, […]
Wrong side of history
by Teresa Larsen, Victor John Schneeberger and G. Greenwood (June 29, 2022 Opinion letters) have again totally missed the point. “Termination of pregnancy” is a euphemism for murder of an unborn […]
State must protect our freedom
by Leslie Maiyo, Corvallis The dismantling of the age old national law of Roe has caused a huge upheaval within our country. The job of the Supreme Court has always been […]