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Articles from the July 28, 2022 edition


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  • FWP seeks public input on Elk Management Plan revisions

    News Release, Montana FWP|Updated Aug 31, 2022

    HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public input on revisions to the statewide Elk Management Plan last adopted in 2005. FWP began work on the revised plan in 2020, when a citizen's group was convened to develop guiding principles for the new plan. FWP is seeking input on the existing elk population objectives and local elk management challenges that should be considered in the revision. The scoping period started several weeks ago, but meetings have been s...

  • MCC youth help preserve Lincoln's Historic Cemetery

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jul 27, 2022

    A crew with the Montana Conservation Corp spent five days at the old Lincoln cemetery in Lincoln Gulch this month to help Lewis and Clark County Heritage Preservation Officer Pam Attardo with a pair of projects in the historic site. Setting to work July 9, the six-person crew – four teenage girls and two adult crew co-leads – spent the next three days building a series of stone bollards delineating the boundary of the original pioneer cemetery dating to the 1860's under the...

  • A Lesson We Should Never Forget

    Updated Jul 27, 2022

    In 1988, Charles Kuralt discovered a story of heroism that would have disappeared from history were it not for the determination of a former Russian prisoner who vowed to thank the men who saved his life and the lives of many of his comrades. During the 40 years of the Cold War, Dr. Nikita Aseyev kept the names of the American soldiers safe and close to his heart. Kuralt was in Moscow to cover the Reagan-Gorbachev Summit when the stocky Dr. Aseyev bulldogged his way into the...

  • Op-Ed: How much longer will supply chains stress Montana?

    Patrick Barkey, UM Bureau of Business and Economic Research|Updated Jul 27, 2022

    The way many of us learn about how the things we own work is when they stop working. Like your toaster. Or maybe your car. And in the year 2022, we all started to learn about global supply chains for the same reason. Because for an astonishingly broad array of goods and components, they struggled to keep up with demand. Getting a promise to deliver instead of an actual delivery has become all too common for businesses and consumers alike. To sort out why, we first need to...

  • Ox and Son Towing & Recovery expanding their services to Lincoln

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jul 27, 2022

    For the last month or so, the open lot just east of Stonewall Storage has been the site of some conspicuous activity as work got underway for a new branch location for Ox and Son Towing & Recovery. With the Great Falls-based company doing plenty of business in the area, Ox and Son has been working toward developing a location in Lincoln for nearly four months. "It looks like we'll be opening probably within the next month," said Jennifer Klinker, owner of Ox and Son, and wife...

  • Montana VA wants to inform Veterans about Veteran Crisis Line Update

    News Release, Montana VA|Updated Jul 27, 2022

    HELENA, Mont.- Montana VA Health Care System (Montana VA) encourages all Montana Veterans and non-Veterans to share the news -- the Veterans Crisis Line is adding a new number. Beginning July, 16, 2022, Veterans and their loved ones will be able to dial 988 then Press 1 to reach the caring, qualified responders at the Veterans Crisis Line, 24/7. Even after the new number launches, Veterans will still be able to call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Ch...

  • Disorder is at war with decency and order

    The Rev. Billy Graham|Updated Jul 27, 2022

    Q: Why do people resent the message of Christians today that Jesus is the answer? Surely they cannot believe that the world will ever find a way out of the mess that the world is in today. - D.D. A: The world is in unending conflict. Lawlessness is in conflict with the lawful. Intrigue and dishonesty are in conflict with truth and honesty. Intolerance is at odds with tolerance and human understanding. Lust and pleasure are in conflict with propriety and purity. Godlessness is...

  • From My Perspective: The things that bring us together

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Jul 26, 2022

    Last weekend was my annual trip to Whitehall for the Copper K Fiber Festival. This festival holds a spot near and dear to my heart for many reasons. The first is that it is the festival that began my career as a fiber arts instructor. Six years ago, they gave me a shot at teaching a felting class, and as they say, the rest is history. It’s considered a destination fiber festival at the historic Copper K Barn. The grounds are beautiful. The barn, a perfect venue, and they e...

  • Bushwackers re-opens under new ownership

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jul 26, 2022

    Joe And Tammy Haas and their family jumped into the restaurant business with both feet this month. The couple re-opened Bushwackers restaurant and bar in time for the July Fourth weekend, with the Lincoln Bike Rally following the next week. "It was kind of a crazy first two weeks," Tammy said. The couple have been in Lincoln for just over a year, but their journey to becoming Lincoln's newest restaurant owners began in 2020, with a desire to expand their laser engraving...

  • Community Hall roof gets an upgrade

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jul 26, 2022

    The Lincoln Community Hall got a long-needed upgrade to its roof last week after years of problems with leaks and the buildup of ice and snow in the winters. Schrock Roofing of Victor tackled the task of re-doing the roof of the century-old building, following a search for a roofer who would be willing to take it on. Renee Lundberg, Community Hall Association treasurer, said the roof of the hall was re-shingled about a decade ago, but problems with leaking have gotten worse...

  • Finding closure amid the Lincoln Flea Market

    Updated Jul 26, 2022

    The Lincoln Flea Market has been an institution here nearly every year since 1977, and for organiz-er Jill Sallin, it was a tough one this year. Sitting under a canopy in 90-degree weather Thursday afternoon, July 14, Jill watched as vendors began to arrive and set up for the weekend. "It's getting more popular for people to come in Thursday instead of Friday morning," she said, adding one vendor showed up Tuesday to set up, which was a bit too early. "If that starts...

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