MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE. 3588 Trading Post Lane, Stevensville, June 25th & 26th.
2002 Harley Davidson Heritage Softtail Classic with Stage II big bore engine package. 26,126 miles. $7,900. Call 239-233-2054 (Darby).
Trillium Brass Trumpet lessons with master trumpeter, beginners to virtuosos, Florence Trumpet studio, reasonable price, basic to advanced music theory and pedagogy, Bb, C, D, Eb, A and Bb piccolo, flugel, cornet, Baroque instruments: 406-273-4212 [email protected]
Mt. native husband and wife need small house to rent around Darby, Hamilton or Stevensville. We are in our 50’s, very respectful, reliable and clean. (406) 261-0722.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION – STEVENSVILLE RURAL FIRE DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Stevensville Rural Fire District (SRFD) Board of Trustees will hold a public auction of District property, formerly known as the Sunset Fire Station, held at 7 pm on July 21, 2021, in the meeting room of the District administration building […]
MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF: H.M.G., A minor child, Karen Elizabeth Brooks, Petitioner versus Madison Elizabeth Galbraith Respondent Petitioner filed a petition for adoption and termination of parental rights of Respondent and the biological father of the minor child, H.H.G. A hearing on the adoption will […]
by Nathan Boddy At their regular meeting on Tuesday, June 15th, the Hamilton City Council adopted a last minute policy to disallow any painting upon public pavement within the city rights-of-way. Included in the motion, set forth by Councilor Jenny West, was the obligation that the City would remove, at its own expense, any decorative […]
by Nathan Boddy Chapter One Bookstore owners, Mara Luther and Marisa Neyenhuis, had been planning to do something in recognition and support of Pride month. However, it was the vociferous backlash to a proposal by area high schoolers and volunteers to paint a downtown crosswalk in pride colors, that made it clear for the co-owners […]
Who is MAPS? MAPS, originally named Media Arts in the Public Schools, started in 2004 as an after-school and summer media arts program in the Bitterroot Valley. This Montana nonprofit is a National Arts and Humanities Youth Programs awardee, an award which has allowed them to expand to several communities across Montana. What is a […]
by Mikayln Brickley On July 18th to the 24th, high school students from all around the country will travel to Lincoln, Nebraska to compete in the 2021 National High School Finals Rodeo. Among those students will be four of our own local athletes: Paige Palin, Devyn Hundley, Cash Trexler, and Cole Trexler. “It’s a big […]
The Stevensville Sabres Soccer Organization enjoyed a bit or success this past weekend at the State Soccer Tournament in Great Falls. Stevensville Sabres entered four teams in the Tournament. Two teams (U18 Boys and U14 Boys Team) reached the Championship Game. In the Championship Game against Helena, the U18 Boys in a well-fought battle lost […]
Jim Stubblefield of Hamilton was born in Castella California February 19, 1942 to Elmer Harold Stubblefield and Virginia Alfretta Sherman Stubblefield. He joined an older sister, Phyllis. During his childhood near Dunsmuir and Castle Crags his mother often admonished her active son to “go play in the woods.” This began Jim’s enthusiasm for nature, his […]