Articles from the March 18, 2020 edition
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Local Health Officials Confirm First Case of COVID-19 in County
Lewis and Clark Public Health confirmed on Friday the first case of COVID-19 in a county resident. The man, in his 30s, has been instructed to remain... Full story
Bullock announces closure of dine-in food served, alcoholic beverage businesses.
Helena, March 20 - To curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Montana, Governor Steve Bullock today announced measures to close dine-in food se... Full story
Health Officer Extends, Modifies Business Closure Order
Lewis and Clark Public Health Officer Drenda Niemann today extended until March 31 an order closing some food, drink, and fitness establishments in Le... Full story
Lincoln School grapples with state's two-week closure order
School grapples with two week closure The Lincoln School board held an emergency meeting Sunday evening, March 15 to develop a response plan after...
Lincoln basketball's 2020 All-State All-Star
The 2020 Class C basketball "All State" recognition is not a new award for Lincoln High School senior, Nathan Brown. When only a sophomore, Brown...
Mountain top Musings
Well, in my last "musing" I wrote about praying for those in the world whose life had been impacted by the COVID-19 virus. Specifically, those who...
Hey Howdy Hey
Sending out a big Hey Howdy Hey of thanks to Roger Brandenburger, Mike Nordahl, and Jeanette Nordahl, who are all members of the Lincoln Sewer...
Watch what you're flushing
With so much panic buying of toilet paper, there have been reports elsewhere that people have turned to “flushable” wipes, paper towels or other products as a replacement, after finding...
Lincoln Library working to help patrons during four-week closure
With organizations and agencies shutting down in attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, communities are having to navigate lost access to...
Attorney General Fox warns of potential coronavirus scams, price gouging
HELENA – Attorney General Tim Fox cautioned Montanans today about coronavirus-related scams that have been emerging in other parts of the country, and urged them to be aware of potential impacts to...
Summer events focus of March LVCC meeting
The Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce met Thursday, March 12 to discuss several upcoming events. It was the first meeting with the new full board present. Major topics discussed at the meeting...
OHV operators must buy trail pass
Montana residents who are off-highway vehicle operators are required to purchase a Resident OHV Trail Pass. The pass, which costs $20, can be purchased from many local vendors or online...
Sitch Tourney canceled
The 33rd annual Pete Sitch Memorial Basketball Tournament, which raises money for the scholarship they award to a Lincoln student each year is among...
Deputy's Log March 8-14
Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received fourteen calls for service during the week of March 8- March 14. Deputies performed one traffic stop in...
Dear Dietitian: Sugar
Dear Dietitian, I’ve been working hard on eating healthy this year, and I read your column regularly. I have been surprised at how much sugar is in...
Purchase hunting and fishing licenses online; protocols in place at FWP offices
In accordance with guidelines for social distancing related to COVID-19 and to protect the public as well as staff, Fish, Wildlife & Park strongly... Full story
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Montana Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Montana small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as... Full story
GOVERNOR BULLOCK DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY IN MONTANA RELATED TO COVID-19
MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency to exist within the state of Montana related to the communicable disease COVID-19 novel coronavirus. T... Full story
LETTER TO MONTANA BUSINESS OWNERS AND MANAGERS ON COVID-19
As business executives, you have a deep connection with your communities, partners, customers, and employees. It’s your businesses, both large and small, that power Montana’s economy. As concerns... Full story
GOVERNOR BULLOCK DIRECTS THE CLOSURE OF PUBLIC K-12 SCHOOLS FOR TWO WEEKS; STRONGLY RECOMMENDS SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19
Governor Steve Bullock today announced a set of directives and guidance to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect vulnerable Montanans, including closing of public K-12 schools, social distancing... Full story