Veteran’s Day will be celebrated to honor Veterans in the Bitterroot Valley on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Community leaders gathered at the RCEDA in Hamilton to celebrate.
The Hamilton Police Department will have a dedicated officer to enforce traffic signs, respond to traffic service calls and educate drivers beginning Sept. 5.
Independence Day celebrations are taking place at various locations throughout the Bitterroot Valley.
For 2022 the Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce is presenting two recipients for the Unsung Hero Award, Hannah Farrenkopf and Michele Craig.
The Hamilton Volunteer Fire Department held an “open house” on Friday.
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks’ show of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged and revised to incorporate Montana flavor] was scheduled for a 27-city tour, including Hamilton on Feb. 17, but has been postponed.
Burlap Chic Boutique & Gifts is helping to raise money for Family Shelter of The Bitterroot by offering gift wrapping, by donation, for every present purchased downtown and is collecting items of warmth this holiday season.
Hamilton City Council is having a Community Christmas Decorating contest, enter by Dec. 17. Hamilton Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf said the efforts enhance the Christmas spirit.
Morgan Bisel is in her fourth year of gathering new and gently used warm clothing for people who are experiencing homelessness, deadline Dec. 18.
The Salvation Army of Hamilton wants toy donations to help bring smiles to local children this Christmas and needs volunteers to ring bells for their Kettle program.
Municipal Elections for Darby, Hamilton and Stevensville will be held in Ravalli County by mail-in ballots, polls will not be open.
Hamilton is one of the 10 best small towns to retire in the United States according to a list recently released by Travel and Leisure magazine.
Amy Fox is Hamilton’s new Parks and Urban Forestry Director, bringing her extensive knowledge and forestry career with the Forest Service.
The Ravalli County Fair and Rodeo was a successful event with numbers still being tallied to determine the final results.
Downtown Hamilton became the set for the hit television series, 'Yellowstone,' on Thursday.
Hamilton High School fall sport athletes participated in their annual Sports Community Day, cleaning and painting around Hamilton, on Friday.
For the 2020 Census, everyone must be counted by mail, phone (844-330-2020), online (2020census.gov) or in person as the door-knocking effort of counting is underway and ends Sept. 30. Always ask to see the census worker’s government ID badge.
Think sun for savings.
Hamilton Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf has proclaimed April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, locally.