Bitterroot Star Masthead

Volume XIX, Number 32

Wednesday, March 3, 2004

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'Seeking Balance' Women's Workshop

Hay for sale. Alfalfa/grass mix, &90-110/ton

Rough road at State for 'Jackets

Stevi Town Clerk accepted in Master Clerk program

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Congressman Dennis Rehberg pauses to read a storyboard about the lew & clark Expedition while taking a walking tour of downtown Stevensville on Saturday with members of the Stevensville Main Street Association. Michael Howell photo.

Darby in spotlight over 'origins' policy

By Michael Howell

The Darby School Board has made the national news over recent efforts to adopt a new policy governing the teaching of evolution in the school. More...

Photo exhibit will highlight local history

By Michael Howell

"Share Your Heritage" photo exhibit at historic St. Mary's Mission Visitors Center is planned to start June 4 (First Friday) and will run through August, according to Colleen Meyer, mission director. "A visual history in art and photography is what we have in mind," she said. More...

Congressman Rehberg visits Stevensville

By Michael Howell

Montana's Congressman, Denny Rehberg, was in the area last week to visit the newly confirmed Lewis and Clark campsite known as Travelers Rest. He took the opportunity to visit Stevensville as well and met with members of the Stevensville Main Street Association and with veterans from the local Vietnam Veterans Association and the American Legion at the Legion Hall east of town. More...

Hospital seeks community's help

By Michael Howell

The recent relocation of the oncology services at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital in Hamilton has drawn some criticism from patients and others in the community and in turn spurred hospital officials to look for greater community involvement and support of the enterprise. More...


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