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Wolf. (IStock Photo)
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Reward Increased for Info on Dead Wolf in Bitterroot

A wolf was shot and killed in the Burnt Fork area on the east side of the Bitterroot Valley May 31. It had a radio collar.

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Bitterroot River
The Bitterroot River on May 13, north of the Hamilton Main Street Bridge. (Fullerton Photo)
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Ravalli County Prepares for Possible Flooding

Weekend snowstorms, followed by temperatures into the 70s, are causing local officials to worry about flooding.

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Looking south from Hamilton toward Lost Trail Pass. (Fullerton Photo)
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Southern Mountains of the Bitterroot Valley

On a recent clear blue-sky day, the view to the south from a hill north of Hamilton shows off a nice view of the Bitterroot Range, with lots of snow left in the high country. Welcome to Spring!

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Easter eggs. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Hopping from One Bitterroot Valley Easter Egg Hunt to Another

Most of the valley's Easter egg hunts this year are on Saturday.

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The Como Peaks. (Fullerton Photo)
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Good Morning in the Bitterroot

A morning photo from last week of what are called "The Three Sisters." The Como Peaks just south of Lake Como in the Bitterroot Valley are also mentioned with another nearby peak, which is called "The Lonesome Bachelor," in relation to the "sisters

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Hitchin' a ride. (Hannah Minsky Photo)
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Enjoy an Irish Meal on St Patrick’s Day

The traditional corned beef and cabbage meals are being served up in a number of places in the Bitterroot Valley on St Patrick's Day. Here are three of them:

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Smoke from open burning. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot Open Burning is Underway Again

Spring and summer open burning season started at the beginning of March, but the Bitterroot Valley was covered by over a foot of snow then. Now, much of the low elevation snow has melted.

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February snow
photo by Peter Christian
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Western Montana Buried in Snow – More Coming [AUDIO]

Sunday night into Monday morning, February 24. residents all over western Montana were anxiously watching the sky, waiting for a highly anticipated snow event. They were not disappointed.

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Lots of snow in the road. (Fullerton Photo)
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Snow Day – Victor and Darby Schools

Over a foot of snow fell in places in the Bitterroot Valley, following two days of snow, with two schools taking a "snow day" Monday, February 24.

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UM President Royce Engstrom. (Fullerton Photo)
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UM President to Visit Bitterroot Valley Schools

University of Montana President Royce Engstrom and other UM administrators will be visiting Florence-Carlton, Stevensville and Hamilton High Schools Thursday, February 21.

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