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Monthly Archives: April 2014

MONTANA TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY In the Matter of the Name Change of Clay Michael Fernandez, Kristina Fernandez, Petitioner Cause No. DV-14-135 Dept. No. 2 NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE OF MINOR CHILD This is notice that Petitioner has asked the District Court to change a child’s name from Clay Michael Fernandez…

Sales/Auctions Blu-J Estate Sales 363-1600 Follow our green signs! view photos at www.bluejayestatesales.com Day One 5:30pm-8pm Following Days 9am-5:30pm April 26, Saturday only, 9-5:30. 817 Parker, Hamilton Wire restaurant shelves, house and kitchenwares. Make a pile make a deal sale! April 29-May 1 Special Tues-Thurs Sale. 322 Cooper, Hamilton Complete house and garage, fabric, and…

  Museum art sale postponed The Stevensville Historical Museum will postpone the annual Art and Jewelry Sale that was scheduled May 2-4 until later in August. This annual event has been one of the major fundraising events for the Stevensville Museum. The Museum board members regret having to postpone this event due to a conflict…

Office of Emergency Management back under Sheriff’s Office

  By Michael Howell On Monday, April 28, the County Commissioners agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding that delegates the supervision and management of the Office of Emergency Management to the Sheriff. Back in 2003 supervision and management of the OEM was moved from the Sheriff’s Office to the County Commissioners Office. This reverses that…

Commissioner Foss accuses Sheriff of intimidation

  By Michael Howell Prior to Monday’s discussion and decision to give control of the Office of Emergency Management back to the Sheriff’s Office, Commissioner Suzy Foss and Sheriff Chris Hoffman had already had a few words about it by e-mail. Sheriff Hoffman said that he had mentioned to Commission Chairman Greg Chilcott that he…

Proposed Stevensville Airport Affected Area draws crowd

  By Michael Howell Stevensville Mayor Gene Mim Mack immediately put the crowd at ease at last Thursday’s public hearing concerning the adoption of Airport Affected Area regulations when he said that no decision would be made that evening despite the fact that it had been placed on the town council’s agenda for a second…

Commissioners take no action on pending land transfer by tribes

  By Michael Howell The County Commissioners took no action last week with respect to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) latest request for them to quit interfering with their application to transfer the Medicine Tree property, located near Darby, from tribal ownership status to trust status in which the land will be held…

Big Creek, big hearts, big boost

When Randy Lint of Big Creek Coffee Roasters on Main Street in Hamilton opened up shop on Saturday, April 5 for a “Spring Fling” and Marcus Daly Hospice fundraiser, he didn’t know exactly what to expect. “I am excited to create a buzz downtown, give back to a great cause, and share my story about…

Richard ‘Dick’ E. Frazer

  Richard “Dick” E. Frazer, 90, of Stevensville, passed away after a full life on February 23, 2014. Richard was born in June of 1923 in Klein, Montana to George and Hazel Frazer. Richard enlisted in the Marines during World War II out of high school at the age of 17 with the consent of…

Cristy Boggs Grayson

Stevensville – Cristy Boggs Grayson, R.N., 35, passed away due to cancer, in the evening, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at the family home in Stevensville. She was born April 29, 1978, to Roger H. and Pat (Helly) Boggs in Cut Bank. She graduated from Salish Kootenai College and the University of Montana. She and Douglas…