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  • BLM plans controlled burns for Blackfoot Valley

    Submitted News, BLM|Updated Sep 11, 2018

    MISSOULA– Smoke may be visible periodically during the next two months in the mountains east of Missoula as the Bureau of Land Management's Missoula Field Office prepares for five controlled burns. All of the burns are located in the Blackfoot Valley: four are located approximately five miles southwest of Clearwater Junction; the other burn is 12 miles west of Lincoln. The burns may take up to 14 days to complete, and will take place when weather and fuel conditions are f...

  • Human trafficking awareness seminar Oct. 1

    Submitted News|Updated Sep 11, 2018

    The public is invited to a free seminar on human trafficking Monday, Oct. 1. The seminar will be held at Carroll College, Campus center, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will feature guest speaker Detective Guy Baker, Missoula Police Department, Grace Manchala, Director of Glory for Ashes and Dr Christopher Fuller, Director for Hunthausen Center for Peace and Justice. Sex trafficking is increasing, yet because it's a crime that happens in the shadows many are unaware that it's...

  • Lincoln Airport a safe haven in a storm

    Submitted News, Lincoln Airport|Updated Jun 27, 2018

    The storm that first moved into Montana on Saturday, June 16 forced six aircraft to land at Lincoln Airport on Sunday and one on Monday due to the local passes over the Continental Divide being clouded in. Five aircraft arrived from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association regional fly-in at Missoula, one arrived from Johnson Creek, Idaho, and one arrived from Sisters, Ore. One aircraft was headed for Great Falls, two aircraft for Casper, Wyo., one aircraft for Fort Peck,...