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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sales/Auctions   BLU-J ESTATE SALE! Wed, Jan. 23, 5:30-8 pm, Thurs, Jan. 24,-Sat Jan 26, 9 am-5:30 pm, 302 Noland, Hamlton. Contemporary and antique furnishings and decor, tools, kitchen & housewares, fridge, washer/dryer, Christmas, tanning bed and more! Photos at www.bluejayestatesales.com, 406-363-1600. THE BOAT SHOW! “Boat buying event of the year” at Lewis & Clark…

  Soroptimist Mini Golf Tournament It’s time to dust off your putter, put aside the winter blahs and sign up for the Hamilton Soroptimist 12th Annual Winter Mini Golf Tournament to be held Saturday, February 2 in downtown Hamilton. Teams can play “caddyshack” or traditional with prizes offered for just about everything! Golfers must pre-register….

Lady Broncs edge Stevi in thriller

The Battle of the Bitterroot was in Stevensville on Thursday night where the Hamilton Lady Broncs and the Lady Yellowjackets matched up against each other. The two battled with Hamilton maintaining the lead most of the game but by no more than a couple of points the entire game. A last second lay in by…

Lady Broncs edge Stevi in thriller

Bri Huggans of Hamilton makes a move to the basket as Carly Vercruyssen of Stevensville defends her. Jean Schurman photo

The Battle of the Bitterroot was in Stevensville on Thursday night where the Hamilton Lady Broncs and the Lady Yellowjackets matched up against each other. The two battled with Hamilton maintaining the lead most of the game but by no more than a couple of points the entire game. A last second lay in by…

Hamilton falls to Dillon in last second

It was ugly. That is the first thing coach Toby Stack of Hamilton will tell you about the game between his Broncs and the Dillon Beavers. But while he is telling you this, he is smiling from ear to ear because his upstart Broncs nearly fell the defending state Class A champs. He summed up…

Blue Devils win dual with Broncs

The night originally had three teams competing in a wrestling mixer at Corvallis but Mother Nature and bad roads kept Butte Central from making the trip to Corvallis on Thursday. But even without the Maroons, the two remaining teams had tough matches and had a nice tune up for the Jug Beck meet in Missoula…

Girl’s basketball roundup

Corvallis took on a couple tough teams, Polson and the Southwest A leader, Butte Central. Polson defeated the Blue Devils, 55-32. Lakyn Connors had 10 points to pace the Blue Devils. Connors had 12 points against Butte Central but it was not enough as they lost, 47-34. After defeating Loyola last week, the Lady Falcons…

Giving back by giving a trip

Lisa Wallace

    By Jean Schurman Lisa Wallace is not a military brat. In fact, none of her family have any military experience. But what she is is a patriotic American who isn’t content to give lip service to doing something for our country’s servicemen and veterans. Instead she has started new businesses, became involved with…

Stevensville superintendent offered three-year contract

Stevensville Superintendent David Whitesell

By Michael Howell   Halfway through his first year as Superintendent of the Stevensville School District, David Whitesell underwent an evaluation by the Stevensville School Board last Tuesday, January 7. The result was that Whitesell was offered a three-year contract if he wants to continue working at the same job when his current contract expires…

Batting cage proposal still under consideration

  By Michael Howell Mike Hamlin, owner of the Montana Sports Academy, and his associate Jason Galigoski have withdrawn their request to use a storage shed at the Jerry Stevens Memorial Park on Kurtz Lane in Hamilton to house their high tech batting and pitching instruction operation for free and are now requesting that the…