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Scarecrow Festival winners announced

Lone Rock Girl Scout Cadette Troop 3756 won both the 1st place People’s Choice and an Artistic Merit Award with their entry, “Don’t Text and Fly” in the Stevensville Scarecrow Festival. The girls plan on using the prize money to help fund their individual community service projects. Pictured are Katie Bertram, Alexandra Deschamps, Aly Johnson, Catrina Heberly, Lily Johnson and Miranda Heberly. Not shown: Sage Chimo and Joslyn Carlson. Troop Leaders are Penny Bertram and Anita Heberly. Tim Bertram photo.

As usual the entries in the 7th Annual Stevensville Scarecrow Festival were outstanding. The festival featured 25 sculptures in the theme of scarecrows, crows, fall, etc. and five Living Statues. Coordinator Gary Knapp said over 900 ballots were cialis for sale uk cast this year for the People’s Choice category. Prizes were awarded in the…

Commissioners consider industrial TIFD near airport

  By Michael Howell The Ravalli County Commissioners have been trying, unsuccessfully, to work with the City of Hamilton to establish an Industrial Tax Increment Financing District near the airport since May of 2011. Last week the commissioners decided, on their own, to move forward with the project. Julie Foster, Director of the Ravalli County…

RAC natural resource grant returned

By Michael Howell Due to an extended delay in implementing the project, the county commissioners agreed last week to return funds to the Ravalli County Resource Advisory Committee that had been granted to do an inventory of riparian areas along the West Fork Road. The $15,000 grant was to be used to identify and map…

Natural Resource Recovery Committee asks candidates to pledge support

By Michael Howell The Ravalli County Natural Resource Recovery Committee has sent each candidate in the local elections a letter asking them to pledge their support for the Natural Resource Use Policy which the committee drafted and is currently under review by the Board of County Commissioners. No final draft has yet been approved by…

DALE L. KEIL, Attorney at Law KEIL LAW FIRM, P.C. 315 South Main, Suite A Conrad, Montana 59425 Telephone:  (406) 271-5575 Attorney for Estate and Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GERY E. MOORE, Deceased. Probate No. DP-12-32 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN…

Sales/Auctions MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE. Lots of junque! Saturday, October 13, 8-3. 5034 ESH, halfway between Florence and Stevensville. Fall Bazaar & Luncheon, Saturday, October 20, 9am – 2pm, United Methodist Women, Stevensville United Methodist Church, 216 College Street in Stevensville, 777-5443. Breakfast of homemade cinnamon rolls & coffee; Lunch of homemade soups, pie, rolls, drinks;…

Existing sign ordinance fine as is

  By Marina Weatherly, Stevensville The Ravalli County Commissioners are currently in the process of changing our existing Sign Regulations to permit installation of mega- billboards along the Highway 93 corridor, which will reflect a 2000% size increase from existing signage. Side road signs would be increased in size by 1000%. Public notice regarding these…

Leave sign ordinance unchanged

The change being considered for the maximum allowable size for a billboard to 672 sf is not a change my household supports. The current allowable size of 32 sf is acceptable. We live on North Kootenai Creek Road, 1-1/2 miles from a very large billboard sign. It was horrible when that sign was put in…

Opposed to sign ordinance change

I’ve just been made aware of the changes to the billboard ordinance which are being discussed. I think increasing the size of billboards by 2000% is unnecessary and intrusive. I am not in favor of billboards in general. I am not at all certain that the benefits to the various advertisers outweigh the commercialization of…

Don’t change sign ordinance

Are you fricking kidding? These new sign regulations sure sound like a joke! There is no excuse for allowing these ridiculous sized signs. I am against signs that are anywhere near the size of my home! A sheet of plywood is adequate size! Janet Bierer Hamilton