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Articles from the April 22, 2020 edition

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 By Eric Dietrich    News    April 22, 2020

Bullock says post-COVID re-opening plan coming

HELENA - Gov. Steve Bullock said at a Friday, April 17, press briefing that his administration is in the process of developing a plan for scaling back... Full story

 

Photo: April is for the birds

A pair of sandhill cranes strut their stuff near Sucker Creek Road, Saturday, April 18. The return of the cranes and other species of birds is a sure...

 
 By Kate Radford    School    April 22, 2020

Following OPI recommendation, remainder of Lincoln school year up for discussion

How Lincoln School will end its school year will depend on how the Governor's stay-at-home and school-closure directives are lifted and what the... Full story

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Bullock secures additional PPE from private market for Montana health care workers

Governor Steve Bullock Tuesday announced he has secured hundreds of thousands of face masks, shields and gloves from private market distributors to... Full story

 
 By Jim Oly    Columns    April 22, 2020

Hey Howdy Hey: Aaron, Kristin & Damion

Sending out a big Hey Howdy Hey of thanks to Aaron, Kristin, and Damion Birkholz. This July will be their sixth year in ownership of Coyote Coffee....

 
 By Roger Dey    News    April 22, 2020

Supplemental CARES Act funding helps PureView maintain staffing

PureView Health Center received $503,000 in funding for COVID-19 response as part of the CARES Act signed March 27. The money is in addition to their... Full story

 

Skills for Life and Leisure

So, what can people do when they find themselves at home in the middle of a pandemic? Learn new skills of course. There are people all over the world right now self-isolating at home and taking the... Full story

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Be bear aware when recreating outdoors

After a long winter, bears are out and about. And, as COVID-19 quarantines continue, humans are seeking solace and activity in the outdoors. Where...

 
 By Tammy Jordan    Columns    April 22, 2020

Information, Communication, Supporting Local and Getting it Out There...

I recently saw a post on Facebook about information not being available to residents in Lincoln.  One way this person mentioned to find information...

 

Managing Spotted Knapweed

The past few weeks I have been making a concerted effort to take daily walks on the ranch where I live. Last week the snowy path I wandered gave way...

 

Life with 'the fam'

At first blush, the shelter-in-place order sounded like every teenager's delightful dream: sleep in, hang out with friends on social media, not worry... Full story

 

Letter: Hate to lose it

BVD, I saw your article in the paper a week or two ago and then got the survey that was mailed in this last issue about the struggle you are having...

 

Volunteer supplemental meal program grows

For the past four weeks, volunteers have been at the Lincoln Community Hall every Friday, preparing and distributing weekend meals to students,...

 

Tiana's Homeschool Hint

Let your children lead the way So, when I first started homeschool, I got to about second grade and found that I didn’t know half the stuff I was supposed to be teaching them. Math, okay, I could...

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Grizzly euthanized after killing calves on ranch near Ovando

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks euthanized a young male grizzly bear on Monday, April 13, after it killed three calves over a period of several days...

 

Lincoln School Honor Roll 3rd Quarter

12th Grade Nathan Brown 4.0 Alexis Cannon 4.0 Sage Kamps 4.0 Jaken Shelton 4.0 Ryan Greenwood 3.818 Makenzie Storey 3.455 Maya Whittenberg 3.25 11th...

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Male grizzly bear euthanized on Rocky Mountain Front for calf depredations

A young, male grizzly bear was euthanized Thursday, April 16, after it was captured by USDA Wildlife Services for calf depredations on the Rocky Mount...

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Attorney General Fox Warns of Cyber Crimes During Pandemic

HELENA – Today, Attorney General Tim Fox cautioned Montanans that cyber actors are ready to take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic by exploiting... Full story

 
 By News Release    News    April 22, 2020

Lewis & Clark County making cloth masks available

Helena - The Lewis and Clark County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is accepting requests for cloth masks from individuals and essential businesses in need. The Centers for Disease Control and... Full story

 

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