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Articles from the September 11, 2019 edition

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 By Roger Dey    News    September 11, 2019

Final load of mine waste removed from UBMC

Representatives from the partner agencies involved in the cleanup of Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex gathered at the repository along Highway 279...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    September 11, 2019

PureView holds board meeting in Lincoln, addresses questions about Parker Medical

The Lewis and Clark County Commission approved an agreement Thursday, Sept. 5 that would end the county's relationship with PureView Health Center. Th...

 

A conversation about BPSW curation, education as 2019 artist residencies begin

I've always been curious as to how the art and artists are chosen for the Sculpture in the Wild. On a misty Saturday morning, I was able to catch up...

 

Dear Dietician: Iron deficiency

Dear Dietitian, My teenage daughter was recently diagnosed with iron-deficiency anemia. She follows a vegan diet and has been taking a vegan...

 

Deputy's Log Aug. 25-31

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received seventeen Calls for Service in the Lincoln area during the week of Sept. 1 through Sept. 7. Two of those...

 

Building Community through Craft

Tammy Jordan wasn't born and raised in Lincoln, but she has embraced this town as her own. She brings to the community a love of fiber arts and the...

 

Summer Horseshoe League ends with Blind Draw Tourney

The annual Horseshoe League kicked off earlier this summer and finished up with a blind draw tournament Thursday, Aug. 29.  The Wheel Inn and the Wilderness Bar each hosted two teams who pitched agai...

 

Bushwackers Steakhouse & Saloon reopens under previous owner

Bushwackers Steakhouse & Saloon reopened to the public on Friday, August 30, just in time for the busy Labor Day Weekend. Dan Lerum returned to...

 

Lincoln High students get a first- hand look at local flora and little-known history on trip to Lewis and Clark Pass

Did you know that during World War II food shortages in Europe, parents were encouraged to forage the hillsides of Britain in search of prairie rose...

 

Five Trumpeter Swans Released on Jones Lake

OVANDO – For 15 years, the Blackfoot Challenge and its partners have released fledgling trumpeter swans into the Blackfoot Watershed in a program...

 

Lynx Ladies Battle Darby Tigers

Volleyball season bounced into Lincoln Thursday night, Sept. 5 before a sparse early-season hometown crowd in the school gym as the Lincoln lady Lynx...

 

Photos:Lady Lynx win in Seeley

Lincoln bested Seeley three sets to two during a back and forth contest in Seeley Lake Saturday, Sept. 7 . (Photos courtesy Nathan Bourne, Seeley...

 

City Bands Embodied Early Montana Communities (Pt. 1)

The history of the Missoula City Band in many ways mirrors the history of Missoula, Montana. Since Missoula's virtual beginning – the time Montana...

 

The soft nature of Southern climates

The leaves fall early this autumn, in wind. The paired butterflies are already yellow with August. Over the grass in the West garden; They hurt me. I...

 

Photos: Lil' Lynx Daycare open for business

The daycare received approval from the state last week and opened its doors for kids Monday morning....

 

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