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 By Roger Dey    Features    October 7, 2021

Photos: A Fine Fall Day on the Upper Blackfoot

Anglers took advantage of the warm Indian summer weather and clear water during the last week to hit the Blackfoot in search of fish while enjoying...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    October 7, 2021

Dalton Bridge still on track for 2023, with steeper price

During the Oct. 1 Lincoln Government Day meeting, Lewis and Clark County Road Manager Kevin Horne said County Engineer Dan Karlin and Bridge Manager...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    October 7, 2021

'A whole pile of hoops'

After Matt and Nichole Simpkins' two sons moved out of their home in the northern Nevada mountain town of Elko, the couple began looking for...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    October 7, 2021

Lynx volleyball returns to the court after COVID break

After a week off due to the COVID-19 outbreak at Lincoln School, the Lynx Volleyball team was back in action last weekend, facing off at home against...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    October 7, 2021

Homecoming football game and parade canceled

The Lincoln High Homecoming football game scheduled for Monday, Oct. 11 has been canceled due to attendance and eligibility issues that have whittled...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    September 30, 2021

Major change coming to Blackfoot Valley Dispatch

Next month the Blackfoot Valley Dispatch is making a change to our publication schedule due to a recent increase in our mailing costs an upcoming...

 

O'Dwyer ends tenure as BPSW Artistic Director

Kevin O'Dwyer came to Lincoln to make knives, but after ten years and multiple trips to and from his home in Ireland, he's leaving behind an...

 

Photos: New work unveiled at Sculpture in the Wild

Artist-in-residence Michael Brolly and Emerging artist Beth Korth introduced the latest addition to Sculpture in the Wild during the launch Saturday,...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    September 30, 2021

Trash in recycling bins creating headaches for Solid Waste District

The future of recycling in Lincoln is in jeopardy as people continue to fill the paper and can bins near the Lincoln Senior Center with...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    September 30, 2021

Homecoming events planned for week of Oct. 11

A homecoming parade for Lincoln school, featuring floats made by the high school classes, is slated to go through town Monday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. as Lincoln Schools celebrate homecoming week. In...

 

Honoring 9-11

The American Legion, Lincoln Volunteer Ambulance and Lincoln Volunteer Fire Rescue honored the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks. Saturday,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    September 23, 2021

COVID spike prompts Lincoln School to briefly switch to remote learning

Lincoln School students spent this week out of school as they returned to remote learning following an outbreak of COVID-19 cases at Lincoln Schools....

 
 By Roger Dey    School    September 9, 2021

Lincoln Volleyball plays Granite in first home game, after opening season in St. Regis

The Lincoln Lynx Volleyball team played their first home game of the season Friday, Sept. 3 against the Granite High Prospectors from Philipsburg....

 
 By Roger Dey    News    September 2, 2021

Vandalism spree hits Lincoln

The Lincoln area has experienced a spate of vandalism in the last two weeks as unknown culprits have spray painted traffic signs and damaged both...

 

Respect for history, community key to Canyon Creek Store's future

The first thing Myrna Crawford wants to make clear is that the Canyon Creek Country Store is not closing. With the historic store quietly for sale, My...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    August 26, 2021

Lincoln School starting year with return of cross country and renewed interest in football

Concerns about the ability to field a six-man football team this fall loomed at the end of last school year, prompting Lincoln High School to offer...

 
 By Roger Dey    Community    August 26, 2021

Weather, COVID concerns prompt more changes to BPSW fall schedule

Rainy weather Aug. 21 prompted Sculpture in the Wild to re-schedule the Teepee Burner performance by The Wilbur Rehman Quartet until Sunday Sept. 5....

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 26, 2021

Information sought on missing man

A man who ran out of gas between Browns Lake and the Highway 141 intersection has been missing since Aug. 16. The family of Matthew Kalange, 26, is...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 26, 2021

RID petitions still in need of signatures

Petitions that will let the county to move ahead with funding a chip seal project for the paved streets in Lincoln and Lambkins Rural improvement districts are still in need of signatures. Jessica...

 
 By Roger Dey    Community    August 26, 2021

Purdy Tournament grows as teams vie to play

In past years, as the third weekend in August approached, Doug and Laurie Richards at the Wheel Inn would call businesses around town and the...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 19, 2021

Dutton takes role in addressing national challenges as president of Western States Sheriffs Assoc.

Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton hosted the U.S. Forest Service Director of Law Enforcement and Investigation and a dozen sheriff's from arou...

 
 By Roger Dey    Community    August 19, 2021

Blackfoot Challenge brings back annual Block Party

The Blackfoot Challenge Summer Block Party returned in full swing last week as more than 200 people filled Ovando's small downtown Wednesday, Aug....

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    August 19, 2021

Art & Music Festival received boost from Lincoln Prosperity Proposal awareness effort

Using colored pencils, Garrett Schwalm used a bench in the Hooper park pavilion as a desk as he enthusiastically colored in the landscape around an...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 12, 2021

MDT expects Dalton Mountain Bridge replacement in 2023

Although it was the last major point of discussion at Lincoln Government Day, an update on the progress of the Dalton Mountain Road Bridge...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 12, 2021

Poorman span complete

Work on the new $315,000 bridge on Poorman Creek was completed last week and Lewis and Clark County Engineer Dan Karlin and Karl Yakawich with Great...

 

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