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Great Fair Family

Many of us wish to congratulate the Nicholsons as this year’s “Fair Family.” No one deserves it more. Their work and dedication covers several generations. Many folks support and participate in the fair, but folks like the Nicholsons actually help “make it work.” It involves lots of extra hours of time and hard work sometimes….

Darby’s Duggan wins two

Evan Duggan of Darby took first in both the 1,600 and the 3,200. He clocked a 4:37.13 in the 1,600, five seconds faster than second place. His time of 10:03.28 in the 3,200 was 12 seconds faster than second place. John Beckers won the javelin with a throw of 185-10. In the hurdles, Kye McCollaum…

Ellen M. Schilke

Hamilton – Ellen M. Schilke, 84, of Hamilton passed away Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at the Discovery Care Centre in Hamilton. She was born April 26, 1932 in Ismay, Montana and moved to Corvallis in 1935. Ellen attended school in Corvallis and graduated with the class of 1950. Later she went to the Vo-Tech in…

Evacuation order lifted

As of press time on Monday, the Roaring Lion Fire, burning 5 miles southwest of Hamilton on the Bitterroot National Forest, had burned 8,270 acres and the perimeter was 30% contained. 724 people are fighting the fire, which is being managed under unified command of Greg Poncin of the Northern Rockies Incident Management Team and…

Roaring Lion Fire evacuations remain in effect

Undersheriff Steve Holton reports that the evacuation status for the Roaring Lion Fire has not changed since yesterday evening.  Holton said that due to the expected weather driven fire danger the Stage 2 Evacuation Order remains in effect west of Hwy 93 from Hayes Creek to North Gold Creek to include Whispering Pines and Lupine…

Eagle Scout project for the birds

Eagle Scout candidate Louis Zielinski, a member of Boy Scouts of America Troop 115, is close to finishing up his Eagle Scout project which involved building five Wood Duck nesting boxes and placing them on the Teller Wildlife Refuge located north of Corvallis along the Bitterroot River. Zielinski said he has always had the notion…

Blue Devils pound Pirates

Blue Devils pound Pirates The Corvallis Blue Devils jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a non-conference match on Friday night. Corvallis won, 34-14. Jayce Gilder let the charge for Corvallis with 299 yards. Gilder passed to Danner Miller for a 41-yard opening touchdown. Gilder also connected with Taylor Sylvester from…

‘Cowboy Ninja’ in Hamilton

  The television show ‘American Ninja Warrior’ has captured the interest of many people this summer. On Friday night, students at the Velocity Gymnastics ninja clinic had a chance to meet one finalist up close and personal. Lance Pekus hails from Salmon, Idaho, and is known to millions as the ‘Cowboy Ninja’ because of the…

Lloyd Earl Eickert

Lloyd Earl Eickert, 88, of Missoula and Stevensville, passed away on Monday, July 14, 2014 at the Village Nursing Home after a brief battle with cancer. He was born on November 15, 1925 in Chadwick, Illinois to Julius and Hazel Eickert. He was raised and educated in Chadwick with his nine brothers and sisters until…

Lady Broncs make history

  Hamilton will have to make room for a new trophy in the case, the Southwest A Divisional Championship trophy. There’s not another one like it in the case. “This is the first divisional in school history,” said Hamilton coach Mark Albert. “That was our goal.” Albert said that not making the trip to state…