Articles from the July 11, 2018 edition

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 By Roger Dey    News    July 11, 2018

New fireworks firing system glitch delays July 4 show, but improves safety, flexibility

Lincoln's annual Fourth of July fireworks show got off the ground a little later than usual this year, after a new wireless digital firing system had difficulty syncing with the modules that set off t...

 
 By Hope Quay    News    July 11, 2018

Lincoln Community Hall marks a century with events through town

The Lincoln Community Hall celebrated the historic building's hundredth year as the heart of Lincoln last weekend with entertainment, exhibits and activities that spanned two days and stretched from...

 

Paul Martin Breitbach

 Paul Martin Breitbach, 70, passed away unexpectedly in his Lincoln home on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Paul was born in 1948 to Fabian and Irene (Sailer) Breitbach of Circle, Mont. He was the oldest of... Full story

 
 By Dave Carroll    Columns    July 11, 2018

Mountaintop Musings: Trust Not to Worry

I am sitting here watching the sun come up. It is a beautiful morning. The snow is gone, grass is green, bluebirds are around, and early summer has arrived in the mountains. I often do not take the time to enjoy this part of the day during early summ...

 

Lincoln Airport Community Open House and BBQ Potluck planned

On Saturday July 28, Jerry Cain will host the annual Lincoln Airport Community Open House and Fly-in BBQ Potluck at his hangar for everyone to enjoy. Lincoln Airport is a state-owned airport managed...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    July 11, 2018

LRFD funds new well for pump house

In setting the annual budget for the Lincoln Rural Fire District last month, district trustees opted to commit $25,000 to the effort to make the districts in-town water pumping station operational....

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    July 11, 2018

A nest for relaxation, contemplation

Annie Allen has spent the past couple years developing the property around her home on Blackfoot River Ranch Road into an art exploration site, hosting classes and get together for artists, students...

 

Photos: A spin through town with Redneck Olympics

The 5th Annual Redneck Olympics...

 

Photos: A traffic jam in the country

The annual sheep drive that sees a flock of several hundred sheep move through Lincoln and up to summer pasture heads south on Stemple Pass Road early in the morning of Friday, July...

 

Kids chalk up fun during art contest

Twenty students, some adults and a few toddlers joined in the fun events around Lincoln on Saturday, July 7 to celebrate the 100th birthday of our unique Community Hall by entering the Chalk Art...

 
 By Dick Geary    Columns    July 11, 2018

Lessons and life as kid at the old Helmville School

The old Helmville school house was an imposing structure. It was two stories high, with a bell tower, and sat on the highest point in town. It was probably built in the late 1800's, and still serves...

 

Blackfoot Valley Fishing Report

Fourth of July week signified three things this year: Our Nation's birthday, the official Montana start of summer and, this year especially, the official start of the fishing season for the Blackfoot...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    July 11, 2018

Music in their veins

Billings-based band Arterial Drive performed a free concert at Hooper Park, July 6. Band frontman Drew McDowell, had a family reunion in Lincoln and took the opportunity to entertain the community The...

 

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