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Articles from the August 8, 2018 edition

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 By Roger Dey    News    August 8, 2018

Recommended Wilderness Areas among top Forest Plan Revision concerns

Last week's meeting on the draft revised Forest Plan and draft environmental impact statement for the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest highlighted concerns many in the area have about the...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 8, 2018

Blazer ablaze

An apparent electrical short in a Chevy Blazer Jed Hinkle was preparing to take in for scrap ignited fire that destroyed most of the vehicle monday morning, Aug. 6. Hinkle, owner of Pete's Towing, had...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 8, 2018

4x4 Road RID sees mixed response but general support

A proposed Rural Improvement District on the 4x4 Road east of Lincoln drew about 30 people to the Lincoln Government Day meeting Aug. 3, but with only one County Commissioner on hand it didn't qualify as a public meeting on the topic. An RID for the...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    August 8, 2018

73 years later, memories of a naval tragedy still linger

In 1942 Steve Stocks joined the Coast Guard at 17 years old. Four months later he was on a brand new fast transport headed to a base of operations on an island on the south end of New Guinea that had...

 
 By Dave Carroll    Columns    August 8, 2018

Real Fellowship Results in a Real Life!

This past week has been a real enjoyable time for me and the members of the Community Bible Church of Lincoln and the Lincoln Baptist Church, and especially for the 32 wonderful people from South Side Baptist Church in Damascus, Arkansas. We have cut...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    August 8, 2018

Lincoln woman recovering after dirt bike accident

Bailey Grantier returned home to Lincoln Friday night, Aug. 3 after several days at the University of Utah Hospital, where she had surgery to repair three fractures to her jaw following a July 29 dirt bike accident at Pipestone Pass. Kevin Grantier,...

 

Lincoln Village keeps Community Hall thriving

The Lincoln Community Hall turned 100 years old this year, and it is one of the last log public buildings of its size in Montana. The unique octagonal structure, first dedicated in February 1918, was...

 

Thanks for support of 5th Annual Heather Terman Memorial Fun Run

Well another year in the books for the Heather Terman fun run. We had quite a few more new riders and sold 160 hands/cards. Everyone had a great time and we gave out some good prizes....

 

5th Annual Terman Run

This years fun run, with 160 hands and 50 riders, was the largest since the inaugural run in 2014. Last year, the Park and Arrastra Creek Fires limited the size of the fun run, but this year they...

 
 By Dick Geary    Columns    August 8, 2018

Find the real Montana in Helmville on Labor Day weekend

Labor Day marks the end of summer in Helmville and most of Montana. The hay is baled and the cattle haven't come home from the native pastures. Children are either in school or about to start. For...

 

Lincoln Public School Supply List

Pre-School 1 box twist-up crayons(8 count) 1 bottles of Elmers glue; 5 glue sticks 10 wooden pencils (not mechanical) 1 pair of rubber-bottomed PE shoes (if they have laces, please be sure your child...

 
 By News Release    News    August 8, 2018

New Food Storage Orders Signed to Cover Remaining Portions of the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest

New Food Storage Orders Signed to Cover Remaining Portions of the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest HELENA, MONT., August 7, 2018 – Late last month Forest Supervisor Bill Avey signed two new...

 

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