Articles from the January 28, 2021 edition

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Lincoln Sharing Christmas – Thank you

I hope everyone had a nice Christmas and did some fun things together with family and friends. Thank you to all who helped with bringing smiles to our kids and our seniors. Also, for the wonderful food boxes we were able to give... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Elaine Caton    Features

Swan Update: Keep Calm and Paddle On

In spite of a worldwide pandemic and all the associated changes to human life that have gone with it, I'm happy to report that our Trumpeter Swans have kept calm and carried on... — Updated 1/27/2021


Photo: Honored member

Jenna Templeton (left) and Lindsey Weisner (right) welcome Lincoln High School junior Andrea LaManna to the National Honor Society with a surprise visit to her house. Induction... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Kate Radford    School

Lincoln Schools Science Circus gets virtual

Lincoln's junior high and high school students participate in a Science Circus every two years, and this year, community members can see all the Science Circus projects from the... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Roger Dey    School

Amid rough season, illnesses, injuries prompt Lincoln basketball teams to forfeit Seeley, Granite games

Nagging injuries, COVID-19 and other illnesses prompted Lincoln Athletic Director Shane Brown to sideline the Lincoln basketball teams last week, forfeiting games against Seeley... — Updated 1/27/2021


Letter: Gathering concerns: a response

Dear Liz Cain, Your response to my Christmas letter has just been brought to my attention. My first reaction was, aren't you glad that we both live in a free society where we can... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Austin Amestoy    News

Lawmakers hear arguments on transgender healthcare, abortion in controversial week

Anti-Transgender Bills Draw Opponents Lawmakers have advanced two measures aimed at banning transgender women and girls from playing women's sports and blocking transgender youth... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Kate Radford    Features

Leather and Fur Traders offer a unique shopping experience

Heidi Ressie opened Lincoln Leather and Fur Traders at 206 Main St. in Lincoln this past October and offers a wide variety of goods. An avid lifelong hunter and trapper, Ressie... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Kate Radford    School

FWP donation gives Lincoln High School wildlife class insight into Montana's animals

Lincoln School's wildlife class received a donation of eight wildlife cameras this fall from Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, which helped them to continue their hands-on studies... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Roger Dey    News

County proposes pushing planned Lincoln chip seal project to 2022

Lewis and Clark County Public Works told the Upper Blackfoot Valley Community Council they favor pushing back a planned chip sealing project for Lincoln streets until 2022, to... — Updated 1/27/2021

 By Jim Oly    Viewpoints

Hey Howdy Hey: Drumming up cheer and donations

Well, here is a little follow up story on Jim and Trooper’s crusade of good cheer that started here in Lincoln on Dec. 6. It was my very first show and it was great being able to... — Updated 1/26/2021


Aging Gracefully

This week, I’ll be turning 51. At one point in my life, age was something for me that was difficult to talk about. Now, it’s more of a number that doesn’t have a ton of value... — Updated 1/26/2021


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