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The Como Peaks Craftsman is one of the homes on the BBIA tour. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot Home Tour is This Weekend

The annual Bitterroot Building Industry Association Tour of Homes is Friday through Sunday, August 16-18.

There are five homes on the tour and one commercial property to show off the latest in construction and designs in a resurging home market in the Bitterroot Valley

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The Papoose Fire on July 16. (USFS Photo)
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Smoke and Flames – Forest Fire Update – Friday July 19

The largest forest fire in the area is on the Salmon-challis National Forest - the Papoose Fire (see photo). It is over 5,000 acres and is burning in steep, rocky, inaccessible areas along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River

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Photo by Chris Schneider/Getty Images
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Thursday Afternoon Fire Forces Some Evacuations in Bitterroot Valley [AUDIO]

A homeowner near Reed Butte, not far from Stevensville in the Bitterroot Valley, lost control of a brush fire on Thursday afternoon, and the strong winds in the area spread the fire to over 150 acres, prompting Ravalli County sheriff's deputies to evacuate several homes in the area.

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Photo courtesy of Flickr/Jeff Ro
Photo courtesy of Flickr/Jeff Ro
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Tell Us Bitterroot Valley – Where Do You Like to Walk Your Dog?

With so much open space in the Bitterroot Valley, there is no limit to the places you can walk your dog! Where is your favorite place?

 

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Terry Hinman at the front desk of the Darby Visitor Center for the Bitterroot National Forest. (KLYQ Photo)
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Darby Visitors Center – A Friendly ‘Front Door’ for the Bitterroot National Forest

The sign along US 93 in Darby directs you to the historic building that is the Darby Visitors Center, next door to the Darby Ranger Station.

Volunteers like Terry Hinman (L. in photo) answer questions, issue permits and provide maps to anyone who wants to visit the Bitterroot National Forest

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You Think You Know the Bitterroot Valley?

The Bitterroot Valley is one of the most beautiful places in Montana - especially in the summer. Winter snow melts and fills the Bitterroot River with water to float on and fish to catch. Spring rains turn the valley green. Moose and deer frolic through backyards and main streets. Take the quiz to find out how well you know the valley.

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Photo courtesy of youtube
Photo courtesy of youtube
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5 Fun Summer Events in the Bitterroot Valley

This summer, there's no better place to be than in the Bitterroot Valley. There's hiking in the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountains, floating and fishing on the Bitterroot River, and many other activities

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Tell Us Bitterroot Valley – What’s Your Favorite Brewery?

The Bitterroot Valley is a paradise of mountains, streams, and craft brews. There's nothing better than tossing back a couple cold ones after a day of hiking or mountain biking. No matter where you are along Highway 93, you're never very far from a great brewery

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Photo by Steve Fullerton
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Just How Well Do You Know the Bitterroot Valley… Again!

The thing about sequels is that they are always welcome as long as the previous installment generated enough goodwill with the public. It seems you folks really embraced the Bitterroot Valley quiz we published last week, and so we’re back this week with part two!

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How Well Do You Know the Bitterroot Valley? Part 2 [QUIZ]

Another round of questions to test your knowledge of the Bitterroot Valley. These ones are a bit harder, but we know you can do it!

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