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Volume XIX, Number 50

Wednesday, July 8, 2004

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Lab expansion a great thing for Bitterroot

Jeannie Brushia, Spirit of Stevensville

Bucs win Firecracker Invitational in Belgrade

Chief Victor Days, July 10 & 11

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Hundreds of volunteers of all ages turned out to construct Hideout Mountain, Florence's new 10,000 square-foot playground. The playground was completed in just five days. Jean Schurman photo.

Supreme Court hears arguments in Bitterroot water rights case

The Montana Supreme Court heard oral arguments on June 23 in Helena in the case of the Bitterroot River Protection Association, Inc. (BRPA) versus Ken and Judith Siebel and the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. More...

Fugitive dies in shoot out with Hamilton police

By Michael Howell

Within hours of a fatal shooting in Hamilton on June 29 involving City Police officers, Hamilton Police Chief Allan Auch had notified the press of the incident. It involved two Hamilton Police officers responding to a report of a fugitive wanted on no-bail warrants from Washington state. More...

Lolo National Forest settles some lawsuits

By Michael Howell

Lolo National Forest officials have announced that out of court settlement agreements have been reached with some environmental groups resolving two separate lawsuits. One settlement agreement resolves a legal complaint filed by Alliance for the Wild Rockies and the Ecology Center over the proposed Rock Creek Fuel Hazard Reduction Project. More...

Stevensville Community Center on the way

The effort, launched a few years ago by members of the Stevensville Community Foundation, in league with the Stevensville School District, to build a Community Center to serve both the interests of the community and the school is now one step closer to reality. Board members of the Stevensville Community Foundation recently created a new separate corporation, called the Stevensville Community Center Complex, Inc., to design, fund, construct and operate the proposed facility. More...


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