LCPH updating COVID county vaccination strategy in wake Gov. Gianforte revisions (Updated)

Update: Phase 1b of the Lewis and Clark Public Health vaccine distribution plan, which includes residents 70 years of age and older, Montanans 16 to... Full story

Lincoln Firefighters respond to a pair of blazes

Lincoln Fire Rescue responded to two structure fires in the space of three days last week. At about 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning, the Fire Department...

Montana VA Distributing COVID-19 Vaccines to Rural Veterans

Havre, Mont.— Montana VA Health Care System has been selected to lead a national VHA pilot program to bring vaccines to rural Veterans. On the morning of January 21, a vaccination team will fly... Full story

First Week of 67th Legislative Session sees new Governor, COVID-19 plans and gun bills

Legislature, Gov. Gianforte offer COVID-19 plans as first legislator tests positive HELENA -- A bill to reduce COVID-19 liability for Montana...

Race to the Sky canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

The Race to the Sky board met on Jan. 10 to make final decisions about the race and whether or not to proceed. "We canceled for this year because of...

Week one legislative update

Week one of the 67th session of the Montana Legislature kicked off on Monday, Jan. 4. House Republicans are energized and have an aggressive agenda....

Blackfoot City, once called American Switzerland, proved to be a flop as permanent mining camp of early days

In our Nov. 26 issue, we looked at the murder of John Smoot, a man from Blackfoot city murdered in McClellan Gulch on Christmas eve, 1867. Blackfoot... Full story

Optomist club fundraiser a success

The Blackfoot Valley Optimist Club held a successful fundraiser over the Christmas holidays and is looking forward to new events and opportunities...

Deputy's Log

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received thirty-five calls for service during the week of Jan. 3 to Jan. 9, 2021 in the Lincoln area. Deputies...

School Board discusses student, staff morale, COVID-19 vaccination timeline for teachers

The Lincoln School Board, in their regular meeting Monday Jan. 11, heard a number of updates on how the faculty and students are handling the return...

Letter: What a difference a couple weeks can make  

We know most folks that come in our little country store, the rest are strangers for only a short time. Wearing a disguise or a mask, alarm bells...

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