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Ted Burnham – giving others a chance at life

By Michael Howell Ted Burnham, who lives in the Lone Rock area, is a generally happy and healthy guy who likes to help others. He found a way to help people in life threatening situations, without even knowing who they are, and he has been at it steadily for years now. He began making regular…

Stevensville School District developing long range site plan

By Michael Howell The Stevensville School District has initiated the process of developing a long range site plan and deferred maintenance program that could provide a roadmap for future repairs, replacements, and additions to the school campus to cope with aging infrastructure and future growth for decades to come. The District has enlisted the services…

Groups seek to intervene in lawsuit over Forest Travel Plan

Several conservation organizations have filed to intervene in the lawsuit filed last December by several snowmobile, mountain bike, and off-road vehicle interest groups challenging the adoption of the Bitterroot National Forest’s Travel Plan. In their lawsuit, filed on December 28, 2016, the snowmobile, mountain bike, and off-road vehicle interest groups allege that the Forest Service…

Darrell Holland looks to the future

He is the fellow that is always smiling, even as he is rapidly moving to put out a fire or handle a problem at a basketball tournament or soccer game. He is the person who has made sure the towels have been washed and basketballs are ready to go for warmups. He is the guy…

Corvallis finishes behind AA schools

The MCPS Invitational was held on Saturday at Dornblaser Field in Missoula.  There were 13 teams competing in the cold and windy event. Corvallis came in forth in the boys and fifth in the girls team scoring but aside from the girls’ 1600 relay, didn’t win an event. Hamilton was eighth in the boys and…

Tough enough!

The 9th Annual Sort Pink for Tough Enough to Wear Pink of Montana was held over the weekend at the Sapphire Event Center. Contestants from throughout Montana came to chase cows and raise money for a good cause. Funds raised from the event are used to provide funding for great cancer awareness, education, screening, support,…

Size matters: bigger is better for wilderness

By Howie Wolke, Livingston When it comes to wilderness, bigger is better. From a human perspective, it is difficult to experience wilderness values such as awe, oneness with nature, solitude and challenge in isolated natural areas hemmed in by roads or noisy machines. The authors of the Wilderness Act rightly understood that if folks accepted…

Re: Three Mile Community/Senior Center

To the Three Mile (Lone Rock) Community, We are actively trying to raise funds to build our community building at the Ambrose Park without adding additional taxes to our already tax poor community. We have two fund raisers this summer. The first is a yard sale on June 24th during the 50-Mile Yard Sale event….

Knowledge required for sound investing

Who do you seek for advice when you have money to invest? Do you call up the local farmer, a teacher and a couple of lawyers? Most people use professionals who know markets and can give good advice on trends. I carried Representative Court’s (D-Billings) House Bill 533 on the floor of the Senate last…

Happy with Trump

The electoral vote serves the same purpose today as it did when our forefathers designed it. They had the wisdom to see that the sparse population spreading across vast territory away from the center of power in the east would have no voice. It would take a great argument to convince me it should be…