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Governor Bullock wrong to eliminate Land Board oversight of conservation easements

Toby Dahl United Property Owners of Montana Governor Bullock’s decision to eliminate the State Land Board’s oversight of multimillion-dollar state conservation easements is troubling to say the least. No elected official should have the power to...

 By Roger Dey    School    July 4, 2018

Public preschool set to begin this fall

Lincoln Public School Superintendent Carla Anderson officially announced that they will be offering public preschool for kids as young as three-and-a-half years old at the start of the new school...

 By Roger Dey    Features    July 4, 2018

Getting 'the Hall' off the ground no small job a century ago

The Lincoln Community Hall stands as the oldest building on Lincoln's Main Street, the sole survivor of the era when the area's original miners were the "old timers," ranching held sway over the...

 By Roger Dey    Features    July 4, 2018

Volunteer trail crew helps repair CDT at Lewis and Clark Pass

During last summer's fire season, flames from the Alice Creek fire swept across Lewis and Clark Pass, scorching the area's whitebark pine, damaging the trails in the area and destroying a Forest...


66th Annual Lincoln open Rodeo

Rodeo Results Bareback 1st J2 Bridges 80 2nd Dalton May 75 3rd Dustin Morigeau 64 Saddle Bronc 1st Kolby Kitson 61 2nd Brett Door 54 Bull Riding 1st Jade Murphy 73 2nd Tanner Therialt 69 Steer...

 By Dick Geary    Columns    July 4, 2018

In Brazil a reminder of the toils of old fashioned motherhood

When I was in Brazil this last time I was reminded of what our mothers, grandmothers, and those before them must have gone through before running water and electricity. I don't know how they did it....

 By Bruce Auchly    Columns    July 4, 2018

The Magic of Birds

If this Universe has a Creator, she must have been having a good day when she created birds. They are colorful and dull, helpful and ruinous. They eat bird seed, harmful insects, even our garbage. They will also ruin your clean car and carry off...

 By Roger Dey    Features    July 4, 2018

Kids get Wild About Art at BPSW

Kids taking part in this year's Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild Summer Education Program had the chance to get "Wild About Art" with artists John and Souheir Rawlings last week. Every year,...

 By Roger Dey    Community    July 4, 2018

Local Pride on Parade - photos

This year business and organizations heeded the call for additional floats for the parade after a period of years when they were few and far between and people were beginning to no...

 By News Release    News    July 4, 2018

Extra: UM Study: Forests May Lose Ability to Protect Against Extremes of Climate Change

MISSOULA– Forests, one of the most dominate ecosystems on Earth, harbor significant biodiversity. Scientists have become increasingly interested in how this diversity is enhanced by the sheltering...

 By News Release    News    July 4, 2018

Trapping Advisory Committee to meet July 10 and 11

The Montana Trapping Advisory Committee will hold its first meeting July 10 and 11 in Helena at the Montana Wild facility, 2668 Broadwater Ave. Trapping has been and remains controversial. Therefore,...


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