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Articles from the July 16, 2023 edition

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  • Senior Center

    Updated Jul 20, 2023

    The results of the Lincoln Senior Centers raffle 1st prize - Teresa Garland 2nd - Denny Peterson 3rd - Nyle Howsmon 4th - Ken Gellatly Thank you to everyone for buying tickets and donating items. We appreciate you!...

  • Pinochle

    Updated Jul 20, 2023

    June 6th - 5 Players 1st - Toni Ekhart 2nd - Kathy Reeve Low - Bonnie Shown Pinochle - Bonnie Shown June 20th - 4 Players 1st - Bonnie Shown 2nd - Debbie Gannon Low - Kathy Reeve Pinochle - Toni Ekhart July 4th - 3 Players Hi - Bonnie Shown 2nd - Toni Ekhart Low - Kathy Reeve Pinochle - Toni Ekhart...

  • Recent grizzly bear sightings highlight the importance of bear awareness

    News Release, Montana FWP|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    HELENA – This year Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has confirmed grizzly bear sightings in several places where grizzlies haven't been seen in recent years, and in some cases more than a century. Grizzly bear numbers and range continue to expand, particularly in areas between the Northern Continental Divide and the Great Yellowstone ecosystems. Over the last couple of months, FWP staff have confirmed grizzly bear sightings in the North Hills and Grizzly Gulch areas near H...

  • Math problem-solving camp for middle and high schoolers set for Aug. 14-16 at Montana State

    News Release, MSU News Service|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    BOZEMAN - Montana middle and high school students passionate about advanced math are invited to attend the Mathematics Circle Summer Camp Aug. 14-16 hosted by the Science Math Resource Center at Montana State University. Participants will immerse themselves in math problem-solving challenges, tour innovative university labs, and engage in fun science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, activities. There will be a flight demonstration of scientific kites by...

  • Power to the people, via the legislative branch

    Chris Cargill, Mountain States Policy Center|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    There's a reason it comes first. Article One, Section One of the U.S. Constitution says, "all legislative powers shall be vested in a Congress of the United States." State Constitutions follow a similar path, vesting first powers in the people via their elected representatives – before anything or anyone else. Policymaking is the exclusive prerogative of the legislative branch of our government. But over the past few decades, a virus of executive overreach and lawmaking f...

  • Supporting public lands while following the law

    Christi Jacobsen, Montana Secretary of State|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    As a proud defender and lover of public land, I have cast deciding votes for Montanans to hike, fish, and hunt some of the largest expansions of public land in decades-while keeping Montana farmers and ranchers on the landscape. I was recently made aware of a social media campaign soliciting money claiming to fight for interests that I support and will continue to support: local control and public lands. In reality, this campaign would only line the pockets of liberal lawyers...

  • Simple tips for successful slow cooking

    Metro|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    Slow cookers can be found in many homes. Slow cookers are great for busy individuals who prefer to prepare meals in advance and then arrive home in the evening to a hot, homecooked meal. People new to slow cookers may want to gain some knowledge before diving in to improve their chances of preparing tasty meals. The following are some slow cooker tips that can benefit home chefs. • Treat the slow cooker like an oven and preheat it. Putting food into an already warmed crock c...

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