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Articles from the June 5, 2019 edition

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 By Roger Dey    News    June 5, 2019

Lincoln Valley Public Lands Proposal detailed at first public meeting

Members of the Upper Blackfoot Working Group unveiled their final draft of the Lincoln Valley Public Lands Proposal at a meeting in Lincoln last...

 
 By News Release    News    June 5, 2019

Decision signed for Willow Creek Vegetation Project

LINCOLN-Forest Supervisor Bill Avey signed the final decision for management actions to take place on 2,140 acres as part of the Willow Creek Vegetati...

 

Graduation Day 2019

The somber melody of "Pomp and Circumstance" brought the audience to their feet as the 2019 graduation ceremony of Lincoln High School opened with...

 

Op/Ed: Simple fixes to help bridge the digital divide

Like many areas across rural America, whether it is a student struggling to gain access to online educational resources or a business struggling to make their products or services available online,...

 

Deputy's Log May 26-JUNE 1

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received 25 Calls for Service in the Lincoln area during the week of May 26 through June 1. Eight of those Calls...

 
 By Leanne McCrate    Columns    June 5, 2019

Dear Dietician: Childhood Obesity

Dear Dietitian, My son is in the fourth grade and is beginning to form unhealthy eating habits. He eats junk food while sitting in front of the...

 
 By Roger Dey    Community    June 5, 2019

Sculpture in the Wild hosting series of park tours for local businesses, workers

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild will be hosting a series of two-hour tours next week in hopes of increasing local knowledge about the...

 
 By Bruce Auchly    News    June 5, 2019

Tales and Trails: The Strange Power of Antlers

What is it about shed antlers that annually turns grownups into raving lunatics? Apparently, there is a lure, a special power that emanates from shed antlers: those racks of bone that each spring and...

 
 By News Release    News    June 5, 2019

Keep your distance from young or injured wildlife

Keep your distance from young or injured wildlife Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks receives several calls from people who have picked u...

 

Photos Elementary Track Day Takes The Field

Lincoln School's Elementary Track Day Takes The Field May...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    June 5, 2019

Down and Dirty With The Mud Run

More than 30 people showed up to the Cyr property north of Highway 200 to take part in the Lincoln High Social Entrepreneur Classes first Mud Run....

 

Spring Piano Recital shows off musical & compositional skills

The acoustical space of the Methodist Church reverberated with the music of twenty piano students Saturday, as a standing room only crowd applauded...

 

Living: Is there enough creativity in your life?

(StatePoint) New research suggests that Americans may be picking up paint brushes over remote controls. Two-thirds of adults in a recent survey say...

 
 By Dave Carroll    Columns    June 5, 2019

Mountaintop Musings: Frustrating Thoughts

This week’s column is going to be a bit different. I must admit it is hard to focus as I have so many frustrating thoughts running through my brain. Over the past decade or so we often hear about a...

 
 By Dick Geary    Columns    June 5, 2019

False Accusations and Foolish Kindness

Throughout my life, the only recurring nightmare I ever had was that of me, huddled in a corner, surrounded by an angry crowd screaming accusations....

 

Kindergarten Grads ready for 1st Grade

Mr. Curtis Janzen presented the Kindergarten graduation ceremony on Monday, June 3 to the applause and cheers of attending family and friends. From a...

 

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