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Doris Virginia Ragsdale

Stevensville  –  Doris Virginia Ragsdale, affectionately known as Grammy and Momma, 88, and beloved mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family and friends, at her home in Stevensville, Montana, on December 31, 2012. Doris was born in Palouse, Washington, on October 3, 1924, to Pearl and Chester Elsworth McFarland. Her early years were…

Colleen Weaver Poole

Gilbert, AZ – Colleen Weaver Poole passed away January 1, 2013 in her daughter’s home in Gilbert Arizona. Preceded in death by her husband Joe Poole, Colleen is survived by her sister Connie (Warren) Gaston. She is also survived by her 6 children order propecia online ; Jolene Zanutto, Salmon Idaho, Arlene (Steve) Fisher, Bakersfield…

Obituary – Carol Herbert

Florence – Carol Herbert, age 82, died Saturday, December 29, 2012, with her family by her side in Florence, Montana. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 PM, on Saturday, January 12, 2012 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 5125 US High buy generic cialis online way 93, south of Florence, MT. Carol…

Obituary – Howard Kuning

Stevensville – Howard F. Kuning died January 6, 2013. He was born on May 19, 1923. Howard will be remembered for his keen interest in plants, especially for the orchids he grew against all odds in his greenhouse and for his life long passion for labrador retrievers. His greatest joy was having a Field Trial…

County officials take oath of office

County Commissioners J.R. Iman, Greg Chilcott and Jeff Burrows are sworn in for a new term. Michael Howell photo.

  By Michael Howell Three County Commissioners took the oath of office last Monday, December 31. Jeff Burrows, who was appointed to serve temporarily following the resignation of former Commissioner Matt Kanenwisher, was elected in November to continue in that seat. Burrows defeated Democratic candidate John Ormiston and Independent candidate Nancy Joy Valk for the…

County considers leasing park storage area for batting cages

  By Michael Howell The County Commissioners have met twice and plan to meet again, possibly on Wednesday, January 9, in ongoing discussions aimed at leasing part of a storage shed at the Jerry Stevens Memorial Park on Kurtz Lane to the Montana Sports Academy, LLC. The company, founded two years ago by Mike Hamlin…

Helgeland selected as Hamilton Council President

  Councilor Lynette Helgeland was chosen as the new President of the Hamilton City Council last week. Councilor Jenny West, who has served as President for the last three years, was in the running as was Councilor Nancy Joy Valk. Valk has als buy cialis online cheapest o served as President of the Council in…

County Planning Board by-laws amended

  By Michael Howell The County Commissioners approved some amendments to the by-laws governing the Planning Board last week. The primary change was to reduce the number of voting members from 12 to 11 to bring it into comp cheap cialis online liance with state law that requires an odd number of voting members on…

Stevensville drops Corvallis and Dillon

Stevensville’s Austin Lords lets fly with a long shot as teammate Jesse Sims blocks Blue Devils Jansen Jessop (20) and Andrew Leopold (32). The Yellowjackets topped Corvallis, 59-43. Jean Schurman photo

The Battle of the Bitterroot between Corvallis and Stevensville always has the potential to mix things up. It looked as if that may be the case early on with the Blue Devils playing right with the Yellowjackets for much of the first half. “We fought hard,” said Corvallis coach Joe Jessop. “That’s how we have…

Short-handed Stevi falls to Dillon

The Lady Yellowjackets of Stevensville had a different look to them on Saturday in their game against Dillon. Gone was all state player, Alycia Sims, along with a couple of other starters. Sims, who injured her ankle against Corvallis earlier in the week, spent the game with her foot in a bucket of ice. A…