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Volume XIX, Number 26

Wednesday, January 21, 2004

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Good planning essential to "good" future

Thomas organ, good condition, $100

Florence Lady Falcons stopped

Benefit planned to "Bring Noni Belland Home" from Canada

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And so it begins. A sign in downtown Hamilton signals the start of a 14-month set of projects that will completely revamp the street and sidewalk infrastructure. The massive project is scheduled for completion around Memorial Day 2005. Jean Schurman photo.

Commissioners pass public participation resolution

By Michael Howell

Ravalli County Commissioners, after a series of public meetings, have adopted a new resolution governing public participation in commission decisions concerning matters of significant public interest, including the often controversial subdivision review process. More...

Public weighs in on Growth Policy amendments

By Michael Howell

In a public hearing that stretched over three days and three different communities, Bitterroot Valley residents got the chance to comment upon proposed amendments to the County's current Growth Policy. More...

Stevi PTA leaders call it quits

By Victoria Howell

The officers of the Stevensville PTA have announced that this school year will be their last at the helm of the struggling parent-teacher organization. Cathi Cook, PTA treasurer, read a letter at the January 13 school board meeting, in which the three top officers outlined their reasons for stepping down. More...

Three Mile/Ambrose Creek public meeting

The Bitter Root Water Forum and Tri-State Water Quality Council will sponsor a public meeting Thursday, January 29 at 7 p.m. in the Lone Rock School cafeteria, 1112 Three Mile Creek Road, to continue a "community conversation" about conditions in the Three Mile/Ambrose Creek watershed affecting water quality and possible options for water quality improvement. More...

Public meeting on RML expansion proposal SDEIS

The public is invited to offer comments on the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) for the proposed Integrated Research Facility at Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML) during a meeting Thursday, January 22, at 7 p.m. in Hamilton City Hall. More...


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