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 By Roger Dey    News    February 12, 2020

Royer wins 35th Annual Race to the Sky

Jessie Royer claimed her fifth Race to the Sky win Monday night, crossing the finish line at Hi Country at 9:22, with 11 dogs. Royer left Lincoln...

 

Dog Days

In its 35th year, Race to the Sky is the Lincoln area's longest running sled dog race, but a host of other races have taken place in and around Lincol...

 

Lincoln's Barnett wins Dear Author contest

Local 5th grader Elijah Barnett was one of five winners in the Lewis & Clark Library’s annual Dear Author Contest this January, earning a Sphere SPRK+ robot for himself, four tickets to a Helena...

 
 By Jim Oly    Columns    February 12, 2020

Hey Howdy Hey

Sending out a big Hey Howdy Hey of thanks to all who have participated in the making and selling of the big Valentine’s cookie sale the Lincoln school puts on every year. Teresa Brown is a big...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    February 12, 2020

MDT begins design process for Dalton Mountain Bridge replacement

Lewis and Clark County continues to work with the Montana Department of Transportation on plans to replace Dalton Mountain Road Bridge under MDT's...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    February 12, 2020

Seasonal weight limits in effect on Lincoln streets

Seasonal weight restrictions on several area streets went into effect earlier than normal this year due to the impact of ongoing freeze/thaw cycles....

 

Lincoln Fire Rescue seeks donations for upcoming Fireman's Ball

With the annual Fireman's Ball Fundraiser a little more than a month away, the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department is reaching out to Lincoln and...

 

Crafternoon

Join Lincoln Library each month for a crafty afternoon for adults. Attendees to the Feb. 29 Crafternoon at library will get a copy of Keri Smith’s “How to Be an Explorer of the World” as we...

 

Montana Historical Society events

Breaking Racial Barriers On Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 10:45 a.m. Montana historian Ken Robison will present Breaking Racial Barriers: The Civil Rights Movement in Montana, from the new book Black...

 

Lady Lynx ground Valley Christian Lady Eagles

Bouncing back from a Friday night defeat in Augusta, Lincoln's varsity Lady Lynx cruised to an easy 31-18 victory over Valley Christian in front of...

 

Lynx riding a winning streak

It's been a tough season for the boy's varsity basketball team in Lincoln. Losing several games by only one basket, "games we should have won,"...

 

Little Lynx ladies lose nail-biter to Prospectors

For the junior high “B-Team” a competitive game has been a long time coming. The young Little Lynx, comprised of 4th and 5th grade gals, are still learning the basics from Coach Shane Smith and...

 

Preservation perseverance

If you've been in Lincoln for any length of time, you've probably met Jay Roberson of JR's Taxidermy. What you may not know is that he's been...

 

Deputy's Log Feb. 2- Feb. 8

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received twelve calls for service during the week of Feb. 2 through Feb. 8. Deputies performed four traffic stops...

 

Dear Dietitian

Dear Dietitian, I have had diabetes for fifteen years and have kept it under good control. But recently, my blood sugars have been higher, around 200...

 

Tales and Trails: The color of magpies

Some of the hardest questions to answer start with why. Why will fish bite one day and not the next, or even stop biting when they were having a...

 

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