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Category Archives: Valley News

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…

Crab Feed to benefit Hamilton Downtown Association

  The Hamilton Downtown Association is hosting its annual Community Crab Feed on Saturday, April 5, in the Community Center at Hamilton City Hall. The fun-filled evening is a fundraiser for the HDA, which supports the Hamilton community and produces events such as Daly Days, the children’s Halloween Costume Parade, and the Christmas Stroll. A…

Victor Community Garden looking for growers

  A work day is planned towards the end of April for the Victor Community Garden to put things in order for the coming season. Through donations and grants garden supporters have installed deer proof fencing and an irrigation well with plumbing and sprinklers. Community members are invited to rent a 20 foot by 20…

County dealing with many road washouts

  By Michael Howell Last week the County Commissioners agreed to transfer about $24,000 in emergency funds to the Road and Bridge Department for the purchase of materials to help repair over 40 road washouts on various roads throughout the county. The washouts were created by the unusual weather event that had many county roads…

Stevensville to join Tree City USA

  By Michael Howell At its March 13, meeting the Stevensville Town Council voted to initiate a membership application to the Montana Department of Natural Resources (DNRC) Tree City USA program. Over 44 Montana cities and towns have joined Tree City USA. Membership is free but certain requirements must be met that could take the…

Town of Stevensville considers permissive levy

By Michael Howell The Mayor of Stevensville recommended that the Town Council consider instituting a permissive levy by resolution as a way to address the constantly rising cost of employee health insurance. Such a levy, if passed, would be implemented annually to cover any increase in the costs of providing health insurance for employees. He…

Huls tree is national champ

  By Michael Howell It’s not like the Huls family doesn’t have a lot to brag about already with respect to their dairy operation, but now they’ve got even more to brag about, since one old tree on the place is now a National Champion. Yep. The huge shade tree located between the old house…

Marcus Daly Hospice service, volunteers recognized

Marcus Daly Hospice Services and three of its volunteers – Judy Fowler, Ellen Green and Wanda Green – have been recognized for the commitment to end-of-life care by the Hospice Care Foundation of Missoula. On Tuesday, January 21, Kevi Berger, Director of the Hospice Care Foundation, and Salinas Callison joined over 30 Marcus Daly Hospice…

Awards rain down on Marcus Daly Hospital

The award wall is filling up as Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital (MDMH) in Hamilton continues to rack up the awards for high quality care. And now the hospital has received an award for being the “Most Wired Hospital for 2013”. The awards for quality care are given out based on a strict and measurable assessment…

Stockgrowers honor Earl and Ida Reynolds

By Jean Schurman The Bitterroot Stockgrowers held their annual banquet Saturday night in Stevensville. One of the most anticipated events of the evening was the naming of the Stockgrower of the Year. This year, the group honored one of the founders of the organization, Earl Reynolds, and his wife, Ida. The couple left Stockton, Utah,…