Lincoln Skatepark nears completion

Lincoln Skatepark construction wrapped up Memorial Day weekend, apart from some remaining dirt work, paint, landscaping and signage. The park won't...

Mike Horse Creek Road will provide public access, but with hardened ford at Blackfoot

The old Mike Horse Creek Road is closed while the last of the remediation work in the Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex is completed during the next two...

HLCNF releases draft Forest Plan, final EIS

After six years of work, the Helena–Lewis and Clark National Forest released the draft record of decision and final Environmental Impact Statement for their 2020 Forest Plan Thursday, May 21. The...

Mike Horse clean up enters home stretch

Heavy spring rains and runoff had the nascent Blackfoot River churning through its new channel near the Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex Water...

Hey Howdy Hey: Bartending memories

With spring trying to give way for summer, it takes me back to when I first moved to Lincoln in the early 90's. I came up here looking for a...

From My Perspective: Bullies, Beliefs and Reality

From My Perspective - Bullies, Beliefs, and Reality I'm tired of being bullied by those who do not share or agree with my beliefs. There used to be a...

Photos: Remembering the fallen

Lincoln American Legion Post 9 held a short Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 25. The ceremony, a 21-shot volley followed by the playing of Taps and...

Envision Lincoln seeking grants, input on Main Street Montana planning

Envision Lincoln has applied for two new grants to support in-town trails efforts and is in the beginning stages of gathering input regarding how to...

Deouty's Log May 17-23

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received seventeen calls for service during the week of May 17 through May 23. Deputies performed one traffic stop...

They sure did look good

Lincoln American Legion Post 9 started our twentieth year of the Flag Program on Friday, May 22. We placed 83 American Flags between the Hi Sign Road...

Lincoln Council for the Arts announces new slate of off icers and future plans

The Lincoln Council for the Arts had their first live meeting since March last week, although they met via a Zoom meeting in April to discuss the...

Rippin' Stitchers masks sent cross country

The Rippin’ Stitchers sewing group have made and donated 530 masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. They were mostly distributed in Lincoln, but also were sent to people in Missoula, Helena, Great...

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