GRANITE COUNTY - An item from the Philipsburg Town Council Agenda for this coming Tuesday seeks to get input from Granite County residents regarding its Hazard Mitigation Plan. The statement from the agenda reads as follows: Granite County and the Towns of Philipsburg and Drummond are updating their Hazard Mitigation Plan. The purpose of the Plan is to better understand the natural and man-made hazards that pose a threat to residents and to identify steps to reduce the risks
PHILIPSBURG TOWN COUNCIL MEETING April 2nd, 2019 7:00 P.M. Philipsburg Town Hall Heidi Heser – BBQ Cookoff and Carshow Robin Morrison – Alley Abandonment STANDING REPORTS Sheriff Town Clerk Director of Public Works Town Attorney Library Board Fire Department Parks Board Chamber of Commerce Minutes of Prior Meetings Payroll and Bills Payable Water and Sewer Adjustments Project Request Payments Financials OLD BUSINESS Deer Committee Report NEW BUSINESS Ambulance Building Water
DILLON — New Forest Service firewood permits will be available for purchase beginning April 1. The annual permit allows firewood cutting April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020. The cost of a firewood permit from the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is $20 for a minimum purchase of four cords. Additional cords may be purchased for $5 per cord up to a total of 12 cords per individual per year.
A cord is the amount of tightly piled wood in a stack four feet high by four feet
DRUMMOND – Community members came together Saturday to help fill sandbags for use as waters rise with Spring’s warming temperatures. Mayor Gail Leeper indicated that the bags are there for public use. Some of the bags have already been deployed by residents in defense of their properties. Men from the Church of Latter Day Saints, Drummond school students and teachers, and a host of others joined forces to fill the bags that are located on the corner of Main and Edwards, just
GRANITE COUNTY - The Granite County Sheriff's Department has posted several warnings to their Facebook page about ongoing scams that are being perpetrated in Western Montana. Some of these relate to tax scams from the IRS to scams regarding the recent shooting of Montana Trooper Wade Palmer.. Please follow the link to read the article provided by the IRS. CLICK HERE #GraniteCounty #Sheriff #ScamAlert
It was recently reported to the Flint Creek Courier that Granite High School’s Emma Grange was one of three girls named to the All-State Basketball Team for the 2018-2019 season. The omission was made after the season’s end when reported by other online media. Grange, a junior, was named to the squad along with seniors Whitney McKitrick and Jordan Klein of Ennis. This information has been added to the original story posted on the Flint Creek Courier. Thank you to Matt Grange
HALL - Record or near-record snowfall, plus long stretches of bitter cold temperatures have been a challenge for Montana cattle ranchers.In this week's Montana Moment we visit the Skinner Ranch in Hall. The Skinners raise Registered Angus and Saler seed stock for commercial producers. NBC Montana spent time with the Skinners one cold day in early March. Calving on Skinner Ranch faces challenges of cold, snow #NBCMontana #Skinner #Ranching