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Volume XXI, Number 6

Wednesday, September 8, 2005

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Public's needs should take precedence over special interest wants

'Art of the Book' art show

State website provides info on ways to help Katrina evacuees

Local football teams off to good start

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In commemoration of the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Corps of Discovery II visited the Bitterroot Valley last week. This national touring exhibit was a highlight at the Ravalli County Fair. The heart of the exhibit was the Tent of Many Voices, a live performance venue that featured speakers on every aspect of "Lewis and Clark lore." Jean Schurman photo.

No funds slated for Hamilton Study Commission

By Michael Howell

The Hamilton City Council, which has been at odds with members of the Hamilton City Government Study Commission since its inception, has refused to pay the legal bills incurred by the Study Commission in defending itself against a lawsuit filed against the commission by two of its own members. Now, the City Council is considering a budget for the next fiscal year that does not include any funds for the study group. Consideration of that budget is on the agenda for Tuesday, September 6, too late for publication in this week's Bitterroot Star. More...

New attendance policy at Stevi High School

By Michael Howell

The Stevensville High School will be implementing a new attendance policy for the 2005-2006 school year. The new policy limits students to a maximum of eight absences per class per semester. More...

Stevi PUD gets recommendation of approval

By Michael Howell

The Stevensville Planning and Zoning Board gave a unanimous recommendation for approval last week for a proposed Planned Unit Development (PUD) on the south side of Stevensville. Former Mayor Pat Groninger has proposed to build eight units on two and one-quarter acres that he owns along Middle Burnt Fork Road. More...


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