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Volume XXI, Number 41

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Judge rules Mitchell Slough is private

By Michael Howell

Powell County Judge Ted Mizner issued his order in the controversial case over Mitchell Slough, a ten mile long waterway paralleling the Bitterroot River from Corvallis to Stevensville. Although the public has fished the slough in the past, following Mizner's ruling, the public will no longer be allowed to use the water way. More...

Proceeds from endurance hike go to firefighters' memorial

By Michael Howell

Mario "Mountain Goat" Locatelli (right) is pictured here handing over a check for $2,467.21 to be used by Boy Scout Dallas Fadely (left) in his Eagle Scout project to construct a memorial in Stevensville for firefighters that died in the line of duty. More...

Lone Rock Summer Recreation Program receives grant

By Michael Howell

The Lone Rock School District received a grant of $5,000 from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation last week to help fund the Lone Rock Summer Recreation Program. The program offers healthy recreation activities for youth ages 7 through 17. According to Mike Halligan, Executive Director of the Washington Foundation, "Providing safe and healthy summer recreation opportunities helps kids learn leadership skills and enhances their overall social development. We're honored to partner with Lone Rock School District, parents, area businesses and volunteers to make this happen." More...

Stevi vo-ag teacher's resignation not accepted

By Michael Howell

Trustees of the Stevensville School Board, which ordinarily accepts most resignation letters as a matter of course, decided not to accept the resignation of Vo-Ag teacher Ramey Lunceford at their last meeting on Tuesday, May 9. Lunceford, who was not present at the meeting, has been the sole teacher in the school's Vo-Ag program for the last three years. He is up for tenure if rehired for next year. But instead, he submitted a letter to the board announcing his resignation. More...


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