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Spreading joy – wherever it’s needed

By Jean Schurman Santa Claus normally wears a red suit and drives a sled. Not in Stevensville, Montana, though. Santa wears a police uniform and drives a patrol car, and sometimes there are more than one Santa Claus. Sam Fawcett is the school resource officer, or SRO, for the Stevensville Police Department and spends his…

Stevi land swap offer is ‘take it or leave it’ deal

By Michael Howell The Stevensville Park Board on December 12, entertained the idea of setting up a subcommittee to identify alternative proposals to the offer made by the owner of Fort Owen Ranch to trade three and half acres of ranch land at the Stevensville Bridge and another acre along the roadside in town in…

Local students selected for Youth Leadership Council

Josephine Lange, a senior at Hamilton High School, and Olivia Zepeda, a sophomore at Hamilton High School, were among 20 middle and high school students from throughout Montana that have been selected to serve on the Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council and tackle the issue of childhood hunger with Governor Steve Bullock and…

Driver licensing office could leave Stevensville

By Michael Howell According to Western Regional Manager Terry Davis, the state Division of Motor Vehicles is considering relocating it driver licensing office in Ravalli County. The DMV licensing office is currently located at 102 Main Street in Stevensville. “The current space is too small,” said Davis. “It’s too crowded and they are just out…

Stevi town council appoints Dewey, Floyd to fill vacancies

At its December 15 meeting, the Stevensville Town Council approved the appointment of Brandon Dewey to serve as Interim Finance Officer until a new finance officer can be appointed. Dewey will be compensated for the interim position at the former Finance Officer’s probationary wage of $21 per hour until an official replacement can be selected….

Montana to march in solidarity with national women’s march

A grassroots movement is taking place across the State of Montana brought about by the recent political election cycle. Organizers statewide are forming local groups to unite and march in Helena, on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. A national march in Washington DC, the Women’s March on Washington, is slated…

Omlid fires buzzer beater for win

With the Hamilton Broncs trailing by two points and 14 seconds remaining in their game against the Polson Pirates, Hamilton called a time out to set the play. The inbound pass went to Hamilton’s Carter Kearns who spun past one defender and then found his way blocked by another. He dished out to sophomore sensation…

Glyn Brawley Wrestling Classic held

It’s really the Christmas season when Corvallis hosts the Glyn Brawley Classic wrestling tournament. The event is usually the last weekend before Christmas and serves as one last meet before the holiday break. There were nine teams competing this year and Ronan came away as the team champion. Coached by former Florence coach and Darby…

Corvallis holds off late charging Hamilton

The Blue Devils and Lady Broncs met up on Friday in Hamilton. Although Corvallis jumped out to an early lead but the young Hamilton team never gave up. Powered by Corinne Sanderson’s’ two treys in the first quarter, the Blue Devils took an early lead but had to keep pushing to earn the 57-56 win….