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  Obituary Robert E. Watts Stevensville – On Saturday, January 12, 2013, Bob Watts of Stevensville passed away. We lost our beloved father, our grandfather, our brother, our uncle. Marie Watts lost the love of her life. Robert E. Watts was born to Merton and Helen (Deal) Watts and raised in Kittery, Maine. He graduated…

  Obituary Carol Lee Power Gilluly ANACONDA – Longtime city-county government employee Carol Lee Power Gilluly, residing in the Smelter City for the past 37 years, died December 16 of cancer and complications at her son and daughter-in-law’s home in Idaho Falls. She was 70. She is a former resident of Stevensville and Missoula. Family…

Doris Virginia Ragsdale

Stevensville  -  Doris Virginia Ragsdale, affectionately known as Grammy and Momma, 88, and beloved mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family and friends, at her home in Stevensville, Montana, on December 31, 2012. Doris was born in Palouse, Washington, on October 3, 1924, to Pearl and Chester Elsworth McFarland. Her early years were…

Colleen Weaver Poole

Gilbert, AZ – Colleen Weaver Poole passed away January 1, 2013 in her daughter’s home in Gilbert Arizona. Preceded in death by her husband Joe Poole, Colleen is survived by her sister Connie (Warren) Gaston. She is also survived by her 6 children order propecia online ; Jolene Zanutto, Salmon Idaho, Arlene (Steve) Fisher, Bakersfield…

Obituary – Carol Herbert

Florence – Carol Herbert, age 82, died Saturday, December 29, 2012, with her family by her side in Florence, Montana. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 PM, on Saturday, January 12, 2012 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 5125 US High buy generic cialis online way 93, south of Florence, MT. Carol…

Obituary – Howard Kuning

Stevensville – Howard F. Kuning died January 6, 2013. He was born on May 19, 1923. Howard will be remembered for his keen interest in plants, especially for the orchids he grew against all odds in his greenhouse and for his life long passion for labrador retrievers. His greatest joy was having a Field Trial…

‘All local’ show to be held in Hamilton

  Advertising in the local paper and on the radio is a great way to get your name out to your potential customers, but you still have to convince them to come to you. What if, instead, you went to them? That’s the idea behind the upcoming Bounty of the Bitterroot… and Beyond “all local”…

Bitterroot to Bakken line now in service

Ever wonder what happened to that bus line? The one that planned to transport workers from the Bitterroot to the Bakken oilfields? R’n’R Stagelines, wasn’t it? Haven’t heard much from them lately, have we? Well, there was a reason. Finally the issues have been satisfactorily resolved, so R’n’R Stagelines is back and rearing to go….

Regional PFLAG conference in Hamilton

Hamilton will host the annual PFLAG (Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Pacific North West Conference this weekend at the Bitterroot River Inn. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Big Sky/Big Dreams.” “We are thrilled to bring PFLAG chapters as well as other allied groups from all over Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and…

Daly Hospital participating in community health survey

  Community members throughout Ravalli County may soon be receiving an important survey form in their mailbox. This survey, sent to a random sample of homes, will help Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital and other healthcare related entities identify what, if any, additional healthcare services are needed and/or if there are health issues in the community…