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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hamilton looks at moving farmer’s market

By Michael Howell At a recent Hamilton City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, the owner of some property at the corner of Bedford and 3rd Streets asked the Council to consider moving the Saturday Market to 2nd Street. Property owner John Clawson told the council that he was not against having a farmer’s market,…

Bitterroot Bucs

billy attempting a catch

Bucs split with Missoula A Mavs The Bitterroot Bucs split a double header with Missoula last Friday. The Bucs won the first game 7-6 but lost to the Mavs, 2-0, in the final game. In the first game, Austin Erler had an RBI and a double. Billy Hanna, Zac Blackstun and Dan Lockman had RBI…

Bitterroot Swim Team Results

The Bitterroot Swim team had one final meet before this week’s divisional meet which will be held in Hamilton the weekend of July 22, 23, and 24.   Plains Swim Meet – 7/16/2011 to 7/17/2011 Boys 8 & Under 100 SC Meter Freestyle Relay 2, 1-2 Bitterroot Swim Team ‘A’ 2:04.71. –, 1- Bitterroot Swim…

Medical marijuana order troubling

Medical marijuana order troubling Dear Editor, Normally I believe that legislators should not comment on a pending lawsuit, and the suit challenging Senate Bill (SB) 423 (the revision the 2011 Legislature made to the 2004 Medical Marijuana Act) is still pending in Lewis and Clark County. An Order On Motion For Preliminary Injunction (order) has…

Rebuttal of LaCroix letter Dear Editor, Your newspaper recently published a lengthy diatribe authored by Bill La Croix, Coordinator for the Bitterroot Human Rights Alliance (an oxymoron if I ever heard one). In it he demonizes and discredits everyone and everything that doesn’t fit the mold of his own personal political beliefs. I would not…

Buying local has its rewards By Liz Cook It’s time again for Daly Days in downtown Hamilton. This year’s event promotes shopping local. On November 1, 2010, businesses in downtown Hamilton came together to get the community involved in shopping local. For every receipt saved, from November 1 to July 22, that dollar amount will…

Farm and Garden   HARDY fruit trees, shade trees, perennials and shrubs. Nine varieties of apple trees, sweet and sour cherry, plums and apricot trees. Blue spruce starting at $19.95. Beautiful hanging baskets, 8”-16”. Pansies, petunias, snapdragons and more. Hay and straw. Grain fed beef and hogs. MOELLER’S NURSERY, Eastside Hwy., Corvallis. Open 9-6 daily….

MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES M. DUUS, Deceased. Cause No. DP 11-57 Dept. 2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed Co-Personal Representatives of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present…

Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival – music and fun for everyone

By Jean Schurman The setting couldn’t be more perfect. With the Ponderosa pines scattered around the field and the gently sloping hill creating the feel of an amphitheater, the hill above Forrest Hill Road between Hamilton and Darby is an ideal spot for the Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival. Although the lupine and grass will be cut…

FlatIron Ranch subdivision approved

By Michael Howell The Ravalli County Commissioners conditionally approved FlatIron Ranch Subdivision, the largest subdivision in the county’s history on Monday, July 11. The 551-living-unit development is located off of Golf course Road about two miles east of Hamilton. The project is slated to be installed in 15 phases over 30 years with deadline for…