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Volume XXIII, Number 20

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Aspen Springs still under consideration

By Michael Howell

As Yogi Berra once said, "It aint over 'til it's over." And in the case of Aspen Springs, the largest subdivision ever proposed in Ravalli County, it aint over. More...

Happy Holidays from your Bitterroot Star circulation crew! They prepare your Star and Wrap Up for distribution each week. Pictured, l to r: Ben Stone, Jackie McNulty, Matt Kiess, Jamie Burkhead, Clay Pape, Kelsy Pepprock, Will Nalls, and Jora Cloud. Jean Schurman photo.

Santa comes early to literacy program

By Michael Howell

Literacy Bitterroot enters its 20th Anniversary year with an exciting announcement. The organization has just received the largest single donation in its history - a check for $40,000 from Rob and Terry Ryan for the literacy endowment fund. The Ryans chose Literacy Bitterroot as the vehicle to make an extraordinary lasting impact on the community. More...

Daly Mansion Preservation Trust receives $10,000 grant

By Michael Howell

The Daly Mansion Preservation Trust received a grant last week from PPL Montana Community Fund. The $10,000 check was presented to Trust members by PPL Montana Community Affairs manager Lisa Perry. The money will be used to help restore the "Green Room" in Montana Copper King Marcus Daly's historic home. The building, which had fallen into disrepair, has been restored by efforts of the Preservation Trust and now serves as a community center. It has also become a major tourist attraction, receiving more than 10,000 visitors a year. More...

Countywide Planning Roundtable scheduled

By Michael Howell

In concert with the finalization of a zoning consultant contract, the Ravalli County Planning Department is announcing the inaugural Countywide Roundtable meeting on Wednesday, December 19, and a public zoning workshop slated for late January. More...

Stevi policeman returns from duty in Iraq

By Michael Howell

Stevensville policeman Mike McGouldrick has been a member of the U.S. military for than 26 years and in the course of that time served on almost every continent in the world, except South America. His latest tour of duty took him to Iraq. More...

Officer Mike McGouldrick


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