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 By Kate Radford    School    June 24, 2021 

A side-by-side comes into town off the barrow pit trail. OHV's traveling against traffic on the wrong shoulder of the road has been a growing source of concern for Lincoln drivers and pedestrians.

Gary Roberson, who taught history for Lincoln Schools, retired this year after about 15 years with the district. "I started back in 1992, and I...

 

Wild Ungulate Babies

With the celebration of Mother's Day in May and Father's Day in June, Lincoln residents can look forward to the birth of ungulate babies during those...

 

Lincoln looking forward to full slate of summer events

Lincoln is set to have a banner summer, with events and activities scheduled most weekends through the end of August. Memorial Day weekend set the...

 

Nature Picks: Things that don't belong

When unusual weather occurrences happen, like snow storms in late May, it can alter the migratory paths of wildlife, and species may be found in...

 

Lincoln Farmers Market gets a reboot

Lincoln's first farmers market in two years kicked off on June 4 with several booths and a steady flow of visitors at Valler's Market. The plan to...

 
 By Kate Radford    Features    June 3, 2021

Improvements planned for Sculpture in the Wild

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild received a new grant this year to help fund some facilities improvements and greater access to the park for...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    June 3, 2021

After a years delay, Montana History students get their extended field trip

Lincoln students who completed the Montana History class in the 2019-2020 school year were unable to go on the class field trip to Yellowstone, which...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    May 20, 2021

Additional funding for 21st Century Grant restores after school POUNCE Program

Lincoln Schools administration learned May 3 they had been selected to receive funding from the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant for the...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    May 20, 2021

Battle of the Books challenges students

Lincoln students in 3rd-8th grade competed in the Montana Battle of the Books on May 7. Battle of the Books is made up of three teams of three...

 
 By Kate Radford    Community    May 13, 2021

New trees in store for Hooper Park

Hooper Park in Lincoln received an Arbor Day grant and additional funding from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. "Misty Ed...

 
 By Kate Radford    News    May 6, 2021

Unknown to many, Lincoln Valley Community Foundation Endowment has provided funds for Lincoln since '96

The Lincoln Valley Community Foundation endowment was established in 1996 and provides grants to local nonprofits. Money for the fund was originally...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    May 6, 2021

Lincoln High students make plans to help community

Lincoln's freshmen class plans to host a donation-based car and dog wash at the school June 4 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The event is a social...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    May 6, 2021

Lincoln BPA students do well at State Conference

Lincoln's Business Professionals of America students participated in the virtual State Leadership Conference in March with more than 1700 students...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    April 29, 2021

Lincoln School to host outdoor spring concert next month

Lincoln Public Schools are taking their spring music concert outdoors this year.  The concert is set to be held in the Hooper Park pavilion on May...

 
 By Kate Radford    News    April 22, 2021

Montana senate tables 406 Trail resolution

Despite receiving bipartisan support and passing through the House with at 60-39 vote on March 2, a joint resolution to support the designation the Mo...

 
 By Kate Radford    News    April 22, 2021

Lincoln Airport looking ahead to new equipment, possibilities

The Lincoln Airport Foundation met April 16 to discuss several upcoming changes and improvements, as well as safety concerns and the return of the Lin...

 
 By Kate Radford    News    April 15, 2021

Hi Country Snack Foods welcomes new CFO

Jeff Hollingworth joined Hi-Country early this year as the new Chief Financial Officer and jumped in to join the Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce...

 

Little League makes a comeback to Lincoln

Lincoln's newly formed Little League team began practicing just a few short weeks ago with nearly 30 players, and they'll play their first game April...

 
 By Kate Radford    Features    April 8, 2021

April is Citizen Science Month

Every April, professional scientists and amateurs alike celebrate Citizen Science Month. Citizen science is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary...

 
 By Kate Radford    Features    April 1, 2021

The Wheels on The Bus...

Lincoln has a new smaller bus to help transport students. It joined the three larger buses last spring as part of the D&L Bus fleet owned by Laurie...

 

Lincoln Blood drives sees surge in donations during last year

The American Red Cross comes up to Lincoln every eight weeks to host a blood drive. If you've donated at one of these drives in the last two years,...

 

Nature Pick: Buttercups and Bluebirds

With sunshiny days and warm weather, it's difficult not to start thinking about spring. One of the first harbingers of spring in the Lincoln Valley...

 

'Ted K' debuts in Berlin

The new movie "Ted K," directed by Tony Stone, debuted Mar. 1 in Berlin at Berlinale, the 71st Berlin International Film Festival. The film stars...

 

Becky's Big Buck

When Jen Dailey and her daughter-in-law Becky went in search of a big buck a friend had told them about, they didn't know the buck they found would be...

 

Heritage House introducing bulk food

The Montana Heritage House planned to make their new bulk offerings available on Mar 1. The bulk offerings are part of an ongoing effort by the...

 

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