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MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY In the Matter of the Name Change of Ayden Michael Eaton, Jessica Schwendinger, Petitioner Cause No. DV-12-43/4 Dept. No. 1 NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE OF A MINOR CHILD This is notice that Petitioner has asked the District Court to change a child’s name from Ayden Michael…

Pirates take third in 13C

The Victor Pirates finished in third place at the District 13C tournament in Frenchtown over the weekend. The Pirates, who defeated second place Lincoln last weekend, couldn’t get past the Lynx in the semi final game on Thursday and fell, 61-58. The Pirates got off to a slow start and were down 11 points in…

Darby, Victor finish the season

The Lady Tigers of Darby have found out this season that District 13C is no walk in the park. Although they have competed well against the other teams, it has been a tough go for them. Darby opened their tournament play against Valley Christian on Thursday. The Lady Tigers had a good first half and…

Sales/Auctions Habitat for Humanity of Ravalli County will be hosting their first two-day ReSale. The ReSale GRAND OPENING is at the Habitat Center, 131 Old Corvallis Rd (across from fairgrounds), Hamilton, Friday & Saturday, February 24 & 25, 9am to 4 pm. Doors, Vanities, Appliances, Plumbing Fixtures, Lighting, & more. Info 375-1926. HUFF’S ANTIQUE SHOW….

Commissioners adopt new fiscal policy

  By Michael Howell On Thursday, February 9, the Ravalli County Commissioners adopted new Fiscal Policies. The county already maintains separate Investment and Capitalization policies. Aside from those separate policies the new fiscal policies will supersede all other county documentation referring to financial policies. “Specifically, job descriptions which indicate budgetary authority are subject to the…

Judge: too late to void illegal decision by commissioners

  District Court Judge James Haynes issued an order on February 9, in part denying and in part granting a motion to dismiss the case filed against the County Commissioners over their decision to sign a settlement agreement with Deputy County Attorney Geoffrey Mahar. That agreement, decided upon by the County Commissioners on August 15,…

Stevi clerk/treasurer terminated

  By Michael Howell Stevensville Town Clerk Sue Gibson was fired by Mayor Gene Mim Mack last Monday, February 13, and the termination of her employment was consented to by the Town Council at a special meeting held on Thursday, February 16. Mayor Mim Mack said that he terminated the Clerk/Treasurer last Monday primarily related…

No extension of wolf hunt in the Bitterroot

  By Michael Howell A proposal to extend the wolf hunting season in the West Fork of the Bitterroot in Wolf Management Unit (WMU) 250 was shot down by the FWP Commission at its last meeting in Helena on February 16. The FWP Commission also considered and rejected an extension of the season statewide. This…

Stevi School Board considers re-structuring grade spans

  By Michael Howell Faced with another budget shortfall in the coming year, the Stevensville School District Board of Trustees is considering a plan, submitted by Superintendent Kent Kultgen, to reduce the number of school administrators and switch from a high school and junior high configuration to a grades 7-12 system. According to Kultgen the…

Stevi Police Chief lobbies for child abuse/crime prevention programs

  Is there an effective way to prevent child abuse and neglect that affects as many as 25 Montana children on average every week? Stevensville Police Chief James Marble thinks so. Chief Marble traveled to Washington D.C. last week with two other Montana law enforcement leaders to meet with the state’s three members of Congress….