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Articles from the January 23, 2019 edition

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Lincoln loses a community leader and a friend

It's about 10 a.m. Monday morning as I write this, and things seem off kilter. The snowstorm that has finally blanketed Lincoln with much-needed snow...

 
 By Hope Quay    News    January 23, 2019

Snow problem? No problem! Lincoln volunteers make Skijor Lincoln happen

A s last weekend's third annual Skijor Lincoln approached, an unexpected lack of snow fueled rumors that the event would have to be cancelled....

 

Obituary: James William (Bill) Frisbee, Jr.

November 17, 1964- January 16, 2019 James William (Bill) Frisbee Jr., from Lincoln, Montana, passed away due to medical complications on January 16th,... Full story

 

Letter: Remembering my friend Bill Frisbee

I got to know Bill when we served as co-chairmen of the Lincoln hospital district, which was during the design and construction of the new Clinic....

 

Thanks for Neighbors Helping Neighbors shoppers, donations

Thrift Store “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” Thank you for your wonderful donations and shopping with us. For the whole month of December, I wanted to help shoppers have fun and get whatever you wan...

 

Letter: opinions and truth

It seems very odd to me that someone who doesn't seem to understand the English language would quote Shakespeare to support his narrow opinion of me....

 

Lady Lynx clobber WSS Hornets

Senior star Maggie Jorgensen sank the first bucket against the White Sulphur Springs lady Hornets Friday, and that was as close as the Hornets ever...

 
 By Dick Geary    Columns    January 23, 2019

Rites of Passage

It took me a long time to fully appreciate the differences between a rural upbringing and an urban upbringing. These differences are not especially...

 

Dear Dietician: E. Coli.

Dear Readers, A few months ago, I wrote about the 2018 Escherichia Coli (E. Coli) outbreaks related to Romaine lettuce. The contaminated lettuce was...

 
 By Ian Withrow    News    January 23, 2019

UM Researchers Find Rivers Retain More Plastic Debris Than Previously Thought

FLATHEAD LAKE – Each year, scientists estimate up to 4 million tons of plastic debris are transported from rivers to oceans all across the globe....

 

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