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Stevensville’s own Debbie Severson

By Jean Schurman Debbie Severson is one of the most well known individuals in the Stevensville area. Over the years, she’s worn many different hats, from bank employee to volunteer to golfer. But next week, she’ll don one more hat, that of retiree. Severson is retiring from Rocky Mountain Bank after working there for 36…

Standing with Standing Rock panel discussion scheduled

By Michael Howell Last month when the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline  near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota were making national headlines, people gathered along the main intersection in downtown Hamilton to express solidarity with the tribe. Since that time some significant events have transpired and some of the Bitterrooters, who…

Hamilton low income housing project a go

By Michael Howell Work on a low income housing project in Hamilton, called Valley Villas, is set to begin next week. Helena developer Beki Glyde Brandborg of Echo Enterprises was in town last week to thank the City of Hamilton for its support in her application for a Department of Commerce Low Income Tax Credit…

Neighbors concerned about septic waste land application

By Michael Howell Several landowners living on Sunset Bench, about six and a half miles southeast of Stevensville, are upset at the prospect of having septage and grease trap waste spread on land in the area by a local septage pumping company. The Ravalli County Board of Health has asked Montana Department of Environmental Quality…

Florence keeps streak going

Florence continued their unbeaten streak with a 64-20 win over St. Ignatius on Thursday night. The Lady Falcons jumped out early and never let up as they cruised to the win. They scored 22 points in the first quarter alone. Autumn Round led the Lady Falcons with 13 points. Rilee Mangun had 13 points and…

Hamilton boys win another nail biter

Three pointers were the norm at the MAC in Butte at the Butte Central/Hamilton game. Hamilton finished with 13 long-range bombs including three critical buckets in the last two minutes of the game. Those baskets powered the Broncs to another last second. Final score: Hamilton 57, Butte Central 55. Butte Central had a one-point lead…

Locals selected for East-West Shrine Game

The 71st annual East-West Shriner Game will be held in Billings at Rocky Mountain College on July 15, 2017. The game features seniors from across the state and serves as a fundraiser for the Shriners. This year, Tony Arntson of Helena will coach the West, and Chris Murdock of Billings Senior will coach the East….

Jean Atthowe

Jean Atthowe died just shy of her 86th birthday on December 19, 2016 at home in Richland, Oregon with her daughter (Helen), son-in-law (Carl Rosato) and surrounded by her five rescue pets: two dogs and three cats. Jean was born in Brooklyn, New York February 26, 1931 and grew up in two worlds. Part of…

Suggestion for Star

I am an 11-year-old Boy Scout from Troop 1115 in Florence. I read your newspaper every once in a while, and I really like it. I am writing to you today because I believe, to attract more juvenile readers, it would be very nice to have a section of a page devoted to comic strips….

Scary stuff

We see Trump rising up from the ashes of Nazism. The majority of Americans do not accept him as their president. We see white supremists saluting him chanting “HeiI Trump.” It is not acceptable for him to have a close relationship with Vladimir Putin. Putin is the richest man in the world. This can be…