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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Worst fears corroborated

  A concerning study released last week showed high levels of Glyphosate/Roundup in human mothers’ indicating bioaccumulation. The Glyphosate levels were 760 to 1600 times higher in the U.S. human milk than Europe allows in drinking water. Many of the mothers tested ate as much organic food as possible. Glyphosate chelates (binds up) minerals essential…

Democrats destroy jobs

  The letter you published from Van P. Keele of Hamilton was so full of BS that it seems like the only way I could get it off of me is to write a reply. He wrote how the Democrats are the ones that create jobs. I remember the day that, even in this valley,…

Aid in dying should be an option

  I am a 78-year-old retired physician who has a different perspective on what has been termed assisted suicide. Aid in dying is a more appropriate term. During my years of practice I cared for numerous patients during their final days. Many slipped away peacefully, but there were those who suffered a slow, agonizing, degrading…

MONTANA 21ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RAVALLI COUNTY In the Matter of the Name Change of Emily Ruth Poirier, Petitioner Cause No. DV-14-130/4 Dept. No. 1 NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE This is notice that Petitioner has petitioned the District Court for the 21st Judicial District for a change of name from Emily Ruth Poirier…

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 23-25 303 Noland, Hamilton E. on Golf Course. S. on Southcrest. ‘05 Polaris Sportsman ATV, ‘90 Harley Ultra Classic, ‘92 Ford 250 XLT 4×4. Big house full of housewares, kitchen, patio, jewelry, tools, freezer, garden…

Wednesday, April 23   Bitterroot College Advisory Council The Advisory Council for Bitterroot College University of Montana will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 23 at 5:30 p.m. at the Bedford Building Community Room, 223 S. 2nd Street, Hamilton. The BC Advisory Council is a public board and welcomes members of the public to…

City focusing on Ravalli Street improvements

  Residents who live along Ravalli Street in Hamilton, or anyone who uses or crosses the street regularly, may want to attend a public meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 17 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall to discuss possible improvements to the street. The city selected WGM Group consulting firm last fall to help plan…

Report finds Treasurer’s allegations unfounded

  By Michael Howell Retired judge Nels Swandal submitted an eight-page final report on March 28 summarizing the results of his investigation into the allegations made by County Treasurer Valerie Stamey against various county officials. The report was made public the following day by County Attorney Bill Fulbright. Fulbright hired Swandal to conduct an independent…

Florence doctor’s license suspended

    By Michael Howell On April 7, the Screening Panel of the Board of Medical Examiners (BME) at the Montana Department of Labor and Industry held an emergency meeting and summarily suspended Dr. Chris Christensen’s license to practice medicine in the state. They did so based on information provided by law enforcement that was…

School board reverses decision, counselor ousted on fourth vote

By Michael Howell In a process fraught with confusion, the Stevensville School Board of Trustees voted last week not to renew the contract of non-tenured school counselor Katherine Mason for the coming 2014-1015 school year. At a meeting the previous month, the board voted down a motion to accept the school administration’s recommendation of non-renewal…