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Daily Archives: 6:49 pm

Restoring faith?

  Dear Editor, Whoa! Fred Thomas running for Senate again? Grab your wallets! Has everybody forgotten what transpired last time he was in the Senate as Majority Leader? Everytime you pay your power bill we should all be reminded of the fine work he did with the deregulation of electricity and gas, before he made…

Timber harvests are just one piece of responsible Forest Management

By Julie King, Supervisor, Bitterroot National Forest   A fair and adequate amount of accurate information is central to a healthy discussion and reasonable decision-making process. In the Forest Service we practice this as a matter of direction under the National Environmental Policy Act when it comes to public involvement and interaction on our land…

Double standard?

  Dear Editor, Now can’t you just laugh when you look at the big picture! Infidelity is not the flavor of life on most people’s list. At least I should hope not. So here’s Herman Cain. Getting knocked down for being such a wretch. How dare someone have anything as awful in their past as…

Hope for the people

  Dear Editor, When the Los Angeles City Council, who represents almost 10,000,000 people, voted unanimously to support Move to Amend’s resolution calling on Congress to amend the Constitution to clearly establish that only living persons, not corporations, are endowed with constitutional rights and that money is not the same as free speech, I was…

Thanks to Garden Club

  Dear Editor, For many years the members of the Garden Club of Stevensville have made it one of their priorities to beautify Main Street with boxes of flowers and special decoration, and they have been most successful.  However, with those funny, wonderful scarecrows all over town in the fall, and now these whimsical snowmen,…

Timber harvests just one piece of responsible forest management

  By Julie King, Supervisor, Bitterroot National Forest Some members of the public have claimed in recent articles in local newspapers that the Bitterroot National Forest, unlike other national forests, was not selling timber. These people went on to suggest that if national forests would sell more timber, local jobs would return, shuttered mills would…

  Wednesday, December 14   BPL story time Preschoolers are invited to meet in the children’s corner of the Bitterroot Public Library in Hamilton on Wednesday, December 14 to enjoy “Winter Solstice” with storyteller Laura Craig. Story time begins at 10:30 a.m. and is designed for children 3-5 years of age. All story times are…

  Clubs and Groups   Hamilton Senior Center activities Monday – 11:45 lunch, bingo on 1st & 3rd weeks, pinochle on 2nd week, 7 p.m. Tuesday – line dancing 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 6-7:30 p.m., cloggers at 3 p.m., couples line dancing lessons 7:30-9 p.m. Wednesday – 11:45 lunch, bridge at 1 p.m., cloggers at 5…