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Articles from the September 25, 2019 edition

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Downtown Lincoln property now under UBVHS ownership; focus turns to reconstruction of historic Matt King House

At the beginning of September, The Upper Blackfoot Valley Historical Society officially took ownership of property along Highway 200 in Lincoln that...

 

Post Office welcomes new clerk

Meet Tracey Youbles, the new smiling face at the Lincoln Post Office. Youbles took over as Lincoln's postal clerk, a position held for many years by T...

 
 By Andy Bourne    News    September 25, 2019

Ambulance levy causes heartburn for northern Powell County residents

OVANDO – More than 50 people attended a citizen-initiated meeting at the Ovando School Sept. 16 to discuss the Powell County Ambulance Service levy...

 

Dear Dietician: Wheat & gluten

Dear Dietitian, I've been experiencing a lot of digestive problems like stomach cramping and bloating. My friend who has celiac disease thinks I may...

 

Deputy's Log Sept. 8-14

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received twenty-four Calls for Service in the Lincoln area during the week of Sept. 15 through Sept. 21, 2019. Five of those Calls for Service were traffic stops and...

 

Correction and Omission

In our Sept. 11 issue, we misidentified Jim Phennicie as Jim Charron. We also forgot to include the photo credit on the image that accompanied the story on Bushwackers. Theimage was created by Elyssa...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    September 25, 2019

County contracts with Lincoln Ambulance for DUI blood draws

Drivers in the Lincoln area arrested for driving under the influence won't have a chance to sober up before having their blood drawn, thanks to a new...

 

Artist talks provide insight into visiting BPSW sculptors

The Blackfoot Pathways Sculpture in the Wild artists-in-residence, Alison Stigora and Stuart Frost, gave presentations at the Lincoln Library on...

 

Stuart Ian Frost takes a different approach to BPSW project

Stuart Ian Frost's inspiration for his yet-to-be-named piece at Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, came from a trip to Garnet Ghost town last...

 

Growers Co-op offers produce alternative this fall

The Western Montana Growers Cooperative brings an alternative for getting produce throughout the fall to Lincoln. In addition to supplying the...

 

Lincoln Middle School volleyball players tangle with Valley Christian

It was a time to be brave. The Lincoln Lynx middle school volleyball gals from the 4th, 5th and 6th grade made up the majority of the local "Junior...

 

Regulations changes, clarifications to keep in mind for hunting season

Please note that a few language changes and clarifications were included in the 2019 hunting regulations. Those changes include: Archery Equipment...

 

Replace faded licenses and avoid attaching carcass tags directly to meat

If you have not checked your license and carcass tags in a while, please do so well in advance of your hunting trip to ensure they haven't faded....

 

City Bands Embodied Early Montana Communities (Pt. 3)

Note: This is excerpted from "The Missoula City Band: Stories in Time." By the end of the 19th century, the Garden City Band had improved enough to pe...

 

Debunking the Perception of "Self"

Debunking the Perception of “Self” Part 2 For those of you who were expecting a “Musing” last week I apologize. I have been so busy with ministry and family that come Monday morning last week...

 

Pragmatic Matt

Matt announced to his family that he was finally going to clean out the horse barn. With the passing of the work teams and the introduction of ATVs,...

 

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