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Woman drowns in western Montana lake
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Stevensville man killed in highway crash south of Lolo last week
Court documents filed by the Montana Highway Patrol, which is investigating the incident, indicate the driver of the second vehicle was seriously injured in the collision. Apple was declared dead on scene, MHP said in court documents.
Hamilton sports complex won't be ready until November; Daly construction also delayed
“We knew we would be in pretty high construction mode this fall, winter and spring, even if we had started this summer,'' he said. "We felt we would get better bids by capturing the next construction season, which would be fall and winter.”
'12 Angry Men' at Hamilton Playhouse
Standing up for what you believe to be true can be challenging, especially when 11 other sequestered jurors are impatient to get the verdict delivered.In “12 Angry Men,” the current production at the Hamilton Playhouse, opening Friday, veteran actor Terry Croghan as Juror No. 8 stands his ground and
Hamilton woman pulled over for erratic driving, meth found
The car she was driving was registered to another person, and a passenger in the vehicle initially refused to identify himself but was later found to be Mathew Grigsby, who had a warrant active for his arrest.
Kassai Horseback Archery World Cup, training sessions this weekend in Hamilton
Lajos Kassai has been described as the father of modern horseback archery and the best in the world. He presented trainings this week at Janie Vogt’s track south of Hamilton.Additional practices are Friday and Saturday. The Kassai Horseback Archery World Cup competition begins around 8:30 a.m., on S
Orem Owlz deal Missoula Osprey third straight defeat
The advantage didn't last long, as Orem tied the game in the top of the second. Alexander made a sliding stop on a grounder up the middle, but his throw to first wasn't picked, allowing a run to score.
Frost takes the helm as new market manager
The skies were a bit smoky, but the morning was cool and calm on Saturday at the Hamilton Farmers Market with a new market manager, Cannabidiol (CBD) products and the return of baked treats by Patti Pape.Terri Frost was in the second week of her new role as market manager. She is passionate about lo
Bitterroot Trout Unlimited gives back to Hamilton for its support of world-class fishing
The Bitterroot chapter of Trout Unlimited presented a Monte Dolack print to the City of Hamilton and Hamilton Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf at a council meeting August 7.BTU president Greg Chester made the presentation from the organization, which has been in the valley since 1974 with a mission to prese
Kathleen Williams touts legislative experience, ability to listen in Hamilton appearance
Kathleen Williams, the Democrat seeking to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, spent 90 minutes Tuesday outlining her vision for more than 100 Democrats gathered at the Mineshaft Pasty Company in Hamilton.“There are five priorities: fixing health care, sponsoring opportunity, protecting our e
Stevensville man charged with attacking girlfriend
On Thursday, Stevensville Police Chief James Marble went to a report of a domestic disturbance at a home in town, with the 911 caller saying she could hear a woman screaming for help.
Candidates should listen to people
Tuesday, Aug. 7, I attended a congressional field hearing in Hamilton on "Wildfire Management and Response: Challenges and Opportunities.'' The hearing was open to the public, but no public comment was allowed.U.S. Congressman Greg Gianforte asked questions of two officials: Ravalli County Commissio
Former Missoula resident charged after children allege sex abuse
A 64-year-old man living in Great Falls has been accused of molesting a young girl and forcing her into sex acts with two boys while he was living in Missoula more than six years ago.Jack Eldon Jarvey is charged in Missoula County Justice Court with felony intimidation, sexual intercourse without co
Gianforte, Williams hold meetings on wilderness study areas
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte and his Democratic challenger, Kathleen Williams, are bringing Gianforte's proposal to release hundreds of thousands of acres from study for federal protection to the forefront of their race.Gianforte and Williams held separate meetings Wednes
Fatal crash victim in Kalispell identified
MISSOULA, Mont. —The Flathead County Sheriff/Coroner’s Office has released the indentity of the female killed in a two-vehicle head on crash on the Hwy 93 bypass Wednesday afternoon in Kalispell.The victim is identified as Eve Kaaihue Berardi, 58, from Kalispell.Berardi was the driver of a northboun
What’s in your water? River Health Check program up and running
Bitterroot River Heath Check volunteers collecting water samples from the Bitterroot River near Hamilton.The Bitterroot River Health Check program is a locally based, locally funded water quality monitoring program that first stepped into the Bitterroot River last summer as part of the Department of
Pearl Jam’s ‘gory’ propaganda of White House is so bad, even Dem they’re trying to promote denounced it
Pearl Jam’s official poster from their Monday concert in Missoula, Montana shows the burning White House as well as a bald eagle that is pecking at a skeleton which is believed to representt President Donald Trump, SF Gatereported.
Ravalli County Fair needs volunteers
" We're really happy to give back to Emma's House," said Post," the non-profit that we have chosen."
Williams, Gianforte Hold 'Roundtables' On Wilderness Study Areas
Kathleen Williams, Democratic candidate for U.S. House at her roundtable discussion in Missoula, MT about Wilderness Study Areas, August 15, 2018.
Bicycle Rodeo teaches safety and skills
The Hamilton Police Association, the Keystone Afterschool Program and the Bitterroot Educational Cooperative held a Bicycle Rodeo geared to children from kindergarten through eighth–grade at the Hamilton Middle School on August 8.Bike Officer Niemeir said the goal was helping kids.“We put this on to