Articles from the April 29, 2020 edition
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State, county issue guidelines for easing COVID-19 related restrictions
Lewis and Clark County adopted a modified version of Gov. Steve Bullock’s guidelines for easing restrictions related to COVID-19, following Bullocks’ April 22 announcement of a three-phased approa... Full story
Community Garden gets ready to grow
The Lincoln Community Garden is ready for spring and getting ready to open for the season. Gardeners have already been starting seeds at home and are...
Packer recommends ending Lincoln school year online, following board, staff discussions
Lincoln School may continue distance learning for the remainder of the school year, following a school board discussion at their April 20 meeting and... Full story
Lincoln Government Day meeting set for Friday, May 1
Lewis and Clark County Commission Chair Susan Good Geise will be in Lincoln Friday, May 1, for the first Lincoln Government Day meeting since...
Local Health Officials Allow Developed Campgrounds to Reopen
Lewis and Clark Public Health announced Thursday that public and private developed campgrounds in the county may reopen beginning Friday, May 1. Health Officer Drenda Niemann rescinded the order she... Full story
Mountaintop Musings: Resurrection Reality!
During these insane days of government overreach, medical hysteria and misinformation, bogus computer models, consistency in the lies and attacks...
Hey Howdy Hey: Menagerie Memories
Often on my travels up Stemple to get firewood or to just go for a drive, I pass by the little red cabin where I first lived when I first moved to...
Library to remain closed, but some services resume
Lewis & Clark Library and branch libraries including Lincoln will remain closed to patrons until further notice to ensure the safety of staff and... Full story
Who's On Your Apocalypse Survival Team?
Being self-quarantined for the last few weeks has given a lot of people a lot of time to think about things, like the end of the world, how they'll...
Lincoln bars, eateries prepare to reopen as restrictions ease
As Gov. Steve Bullock's COVID-19 related stay-home directives begin to be lifted, many, but not all, Lincoln area businesses are ready to reopen...
Area churches react to loosening of restrictions on in-person services
Under the Gov. Steve Bullock’s plan to reopen the state, churches began meeting again beginning Sunday, April 26 and many Upper Blackfoot Valley churches took the opportunity to return to in-person...
A word from the editor
Who's tired of hearing about coronavirus? The last few weeks have been a challenge for everyone, with so many stories, so much uncertainty and myriad...
Why Congress needs to support your local news sources in this crisis
During this coronavirus pandemic, access to accurate and trustworthy information in your community is as critical to life under quarantine and as... Full story
FWP announces updates to COVID-19-related closures and suspensions
People looking to get outside and enjoy spring will continue to have ample opportunities with Gov. Steve Bullock's phased approach to re-opening the s... Full story