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Grantsdale Bell tower
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School Board Votes to Close Historic 1889 Grantsdale School in Hamilton

The school bell outside Grantsdale Elementary in Hamilton has been ringing for classes and recess since the school's founding by Henry Grant in 1889. After a school board decision on Monday, February 25, however, Grantsdale's bell will ring to let children loose for the last time on June 6 of this year.

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Hamilton Beats Missoula in Study of Montana’s Most Business Friendly Cities

Study discovers the most business friendly environments in the state of Montana.

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The smoke column is visible in the middle of the photo, from US 93 looking up Sawtooth Canyon Sunday at 7pm. (KLYQ Photo)
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Fire Evacuation Warning Issued West of Hamilton

Winds have been 30 to 50 mph at the fire.

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Former Hamilton Teacher Sentenced, Sexual Assault

HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) — A former Hamilton High School teacher has been sentenced to 30 days in jail after being charged with providing alcohol to and having sex with a 15-year-old student in January 2010

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Hamilton Developing Walking and Biking Route Plan

HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) — The consulting company hired by Hamilton officials to create a non-motorized transportation plan for the city has released its draft recommendations.

The Ravalli Republic reports that the draft is an early glimpse of what could eventually become a guide for a pedestrian and bicycle network

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Photo Courtesy Of coosasoccer.com
Photo Courtesy Of coosasoccer.com
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Field Set For Class A Soccer Postseason

The Class A boys' and girls' soccer playoffs begin this weekend. Here's how the matchups stack up.

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photo courtesy of ucdmc
photo courtesy of ucdmc
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Stanford Law Professor To Speak In Hamilton On The Neuroscience Revolution

Stanford University Law School Professor Henry Greely is coming to Hamilton to discuss the revolution in neuroscience and how it will change our world. Professor Greely specializes in legal and social issues arising from advances n the biosciences and in health law and policy

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Cinderellas Rule The Early State Tournament Action

Half of the state tournament opening round games have been completed, and certainly some surprising results emerged.

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photo from Bitterootland.com
photo from Bitterootland.com
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Levy In Hamilton

The Hamilton School District will ask voters to approve a technology levy this spring. Superintendent Dubee Santee says they had a state of the art system … twenty years ago. 

 Santee says the computers used in the school average about nine years old

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