Bitterroot Star Masthead

Volume XIX, Number 37

Wednesday, April 7, 2004

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Honor our past, ensure our future

"Living On The Land" course offered

Corvallis softball team defeats Stevensville

Hamilton Players perform "Much Ado About Nothing"

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Denver Whitson, son of Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge manager Steve Whitson, takes his turn at the spotting scope as Bitterroot Valley residents turned out to observe the return of over 40 species of wildfowl and welcome them back to the Bitterroot Valley for another stay. Michael Howell photo.

County asked to zone sexually explicit businesses

Stevensville resident and anti-obscenity activist Dallas Erickson has approached the Ravalli County Commissioners and asked them to consider regulating sexually-oriented businesses on the basis of their zoning authority in the county. More...

Welcome Back Waterfowl Day held

By Michael Howell

A welcome party was held last Saturday at the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge, north of Stevensville, for the large variety of waterfowl that annually return to the valley from winter wanderings to the south. More...

Public safety levy headed for ballot

By Michael Howell

Ravalli County Commissioners voted Monday, April 5, to place a Public Safety Levy to fund law enforcement operations on the ballot in the June Primary election. The only problem was that they didn't know how much money was really required so a meeting has been scheduled for this Wednesday at 4 p.m. to make that final determination. More...

Mountain Meadows Subdivision approved

By Michael Howell

County Commissioners approved a 2-lot minor "expedited" subdivision called Mountain Meadows Subdivision south of Florence last Thursday despite concerns expressed by several neighboring landowners. Michael Priske, one of the partners in the proposed development, said that further subdivision was being contemplated for the future but that for now only a lot split was being proposed. More...


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