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Volume XXIII, Number 49

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Rehberg tours Hamilton sewer plant

By Michael Howell

Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg came to Hamilton last week to tour the city’s sewage treatment facility. Rehberg was instrumental in “earmarking” about half a million dollars for upgrading the facility in the latest Interior Department Appropriations bill. More...

Congressman Denny Rehberg and Mayor Jessica Randazzo (center) lead an entourage of city employees, consultants and reporters on a tour of the Hamliton wastewater treatment plant last Tuesday. Rehberg is trying to shepherd an appropriations bill through the House of Representatives that includes a $500,000 earmark for planned improvements to the facility. Michael Howell photo.

Wolf killed near Sula

A landowner in the East Fork of the Bitterroot near Sula shot and killed a wolf early Tuesday, July 1 that was threatening his cattle.  No livestock were killed or hurt in the incident. More...

Resort proposal doesn’t pass initial FS screening

The Bitterroot and Lolo National Forests’ review of the Bitterroot Resort’s development proposal identified four concerns which prevent the proposal, as currently designed, from meeting the required screening criteria. More...

Journalist releases book on governor

By Michael Howell

In a state considered red, in the blue/red divide, Montana has a blue governor. It’s something of a phenomenon. And the best book to date about that phenomenon is a book by local journalist, and now author, Greg Lemon, called “Blue Man in a Red State.” More...

Greg Lemon

Non-profit group to benefit from hero’s reward

The Stevensville Main Street Association has received a gift of $1000 from the Association of Former Agents of the U.S. Secret Service, Inc. at the request of Naval Academy Midshipman Roarke Baldwin. More...

Roarke Baldwin


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