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Volume XXVI, Number 26

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

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Historic building comes down

By Michael Howell

The original Stevensville Training School, most recently used as the Stevensville Junior High School building, bit the dust last Sunday, January 23, 2011, to make way for the new 4-8 complex and new music and multi-purpose room facility. More...

Making way for progress. Onlookers including former and current teachers and students, among others, were on hand last Sunday to watch the demolition of the historic school building. Michael Howell photo.

And the walls came tumbling down. The building that took about two years to build over a century ago took about two hours to demolish and is now but a memory (and a pile of rubble). Michael Howell photo.

FWP wants to help with elk, landowners want them to deal with the wolves

By Michael Howell

A herd of about 170 elk that wandered down off the mountainside onto private lands in the Ambrose Creek and Burnt Fork Drainages below Iron Cap at the end of hunting season has apparently plunked down to stay, much to the consternation of some of the local ranchers who have had fences broken down and haystacks destroyed. More...

Legislative Roundup – Week 4

Legislators weigh crackdown on DUI, tighter control of medical marijuana

By Cody Bloomsburg
Community News Service
UM School of Journalism

HELENA – The push for stricter laws on drunken driving and medical marijuana use drew big crowds this week as legislators considered more than 14 bills pertaining to DUI and the session’s first sweeping plan to control Montana’s booming medical marijuana industry. More...


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