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  MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY In the Matter of the Name Change of Richard Ronald Wolfe, Richard Roland Wolfe, Petitioner Cause No. DV-11-596/3 Dept. No. 1 NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE This is notice that Petitioner has asked the District Court for a change of name from Richard Ronald Wolfe to…

Sales/Auctions Indoor RUMMAGE/Antique Sale, Nov. 11-12-13 & 18-19-20 from 9-4. Behind Subway at the Stevi Junction. LIVING ESTATE SALE  Nov. 11th & 12th. 8:00-2:00, 126 W. Main St, Hamilton. New and antique rugs, Western saddles and tack, unique collectibles, sea kayak, canoe, mini-fridge, office equipment, household items, toys and Wii games, sports equipment, collection of…

Commissioners make final cuts

By Michael Howell The Ravalli County Commissioners made the final cuts to the county budget last week by eliminating a half-time position in the Environmental Health Department and a full time position in the Treasurer’s Office. The cuts were calculated to make up the $48,000 shortfall created when the District Court prevented the cuts that…

Another suit filed against county

  A lawsuit challenging the validity of a County Commissioner decision to spend an estimated $47,000 on road repairs in the Eight Mile area was filed in District Court on Monday. Two news organizations, the Bitterroot Star and RC Watchdog, and one individual, Bill LaCroix, have asked the court to void the commissioners’ decision due…

Stevi School Board garners two awards

  By Michael Howell The Stevensville School Board received two major awards at this year’s Montana Conference of Educational Leaders (MCEL) in Great Falls. This included the highest award given to a board by the Montana Association of School Superintendents (MASS) and a workplace safety award from the Montana Schools Group Insurance Authority. (MSGIA) School…

Florence takes Divisional

Perfect Tournament for Lady Falcons Florence claimed the divisional championship on Saturday without even losing a game in any match. They swept each of their four opponents in three straight games and was only challenged in one match. Thompson Falls pushed the Lady Falcons to a 26-24 game in Florence’s second game of the tournament…

Hamilton City Council notes

  At its November 1 meeting the Hamilton City Council received step-by-step guidance in the subdivision review process from City Attorney Karen Mahar as members examined their motion for conditional approval of the Osburn subdivision along New York Avenue and clarified certain matters that Mahar found too vague or unclear in the original wording. One…

Stevi Town Council notes

After a few years of lingering debate, Stevensville’s new Mayor Gene Mim Mack has in a few weeks negotiated a deal with the Stevensville Airport Board resolving a longstanding dispute over airport funds that were allegedly misappropriated by the Town. The deal, agreed to by the Town Council at its October 24 meeting, involves a…

Hamilton area land offered to state

  The Montana Department Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is proposing that the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission and the state land board accept the donation of 68 acres of land adjoining the Calf Creek Wildlife Management Area northeast of Hamilton. The donation of the land is being offered by landowner Ms. Christopher Young. The…

Hamilton, Corvallis go 1-2 at Southwest A

Hamilton’s Rebecka Hood keeps her eye on the ball for a kill during the championship match against Corvallis. Alex Price and Whitney Jessop  are ready to defend for Corvallis. Blake Hempstead photo

The Hamilton Lady Broncs and the Corvallis Blue Devils will represent the Southwest A Division at the Class A state tournament in Bozeman this week. Hamilton defeated Corvallis for the championship, 3-1. Hamilton will play Miles City, the No. 2 Seed from the Eastern A Conference, at noon on Thursday. Corvallis will play Billings Central,…