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Articles from the October 16, 2019 edition

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Lincoln family developing school for preservation of traditional skills and art

The building on the corner of Sucker Creek and Highway 200, formerly home to Wind Turbine Tools and before that Summit Seekers Skidoo and Woodhouse...

 

Volleyball team honors local cancer survivor

Lincoln School's Pink Week came to a close on Saturday, Oct. 12. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, students wore pink throughout the week,...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    October 16, 2019

Lincoln Airport Foundation gets off the ground to support facility's future

With the activity at the Lincoln Airport this year, including construction of a new taxiway that will provide space for several more hangars, Lincoln...

 

Dear Dietitian: Eating healthy

Dear Dietitian, Please settle an argument between my wife and me. Our eleven-year-old son is about twenty pounds overweight. My wife, who has been...

 

Deputy's Log Oct. 6 - Oct. 12

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received eighteen Calls for Service in the Lincoln area during the week of Oct. 6 through Oct. 12, 2019. Nine of...

 

Op/Ed: Congress should approve USMCA Trade agreement

As a state senator from a small Montana border town, I understand the need for strong economies both north and south of the international border. Appr...

 

Letter: Prayers for Pepe & a question

To the Editor, to Pepe! (Bob LeDeau) All of our prayers are with you. I am writing today about smoking and vaping! Been a smoker since I was 13 and I’m 65 now! Tried every method possible to quit...

 

Death Notice: Harold I. Marquette Jr., 84, of Ovando, died Sunday, Oct. 6, at St. Patrick Hospital. Cremation is planned. Garden City Funeral Home is assisting with these arrangements.

Harold I. Marquette Jr., 84, of Ovando, died Sunday, Oct. 6, at St. Patrick Hospital. Cremation is planned. Garden City Funeral Home is assisting with these arrangements.... Full story

 

RMDC to have extra food for seniors

Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc. (Rocky) will have supplemental foods available to Lincoln area senior citizens at the Lincoln Senior Center on Wednesday, Nov. 6 from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Foods...

 
 By News Release    News    October 16, 2019

UM Poll: Most voters don't know Montana once had two U.S. House Districts

UM News Service MISSOULA – The University of Montana Big Sky Poll recently asked participants "What is the highest number of U.S. Representatives...

 

Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce Update

Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce President Laurie Richards called the monthly meeting to order Thursday, Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. and welcomed all...

 

Teacher Feature: Jeanette Winslow

Jeanette Winslow was 23 when, with her husband Steve, she moved to Lincoln for her first teaching job in 1986. Winslow has worn many hats over the...

 

Mountain Cats claw Lady Lynx

Showing the intense skill levels and determination of a veteran varsity squad, the Lady Lynx put on quite an athletic show this Friday night against...

 

Sun, Fun and Junior High Football

September games in torrential rain, October games in freezing cold and snow. How strange was it that the Jr Hi Lynx boys ended their 2019 season on a...

 
 By News Release    News    October 16, 2019

Non-resident OHV permit cost increases, more money to trails grant program

Non-resident off-highway vehicle users coming to Montana this fall will see a slight increase in their temporary use permits. The increased fee is a...

 
 By News Release    News    October 16, 2019

E-Bikes welcome on 'motorized use' Helena-Lewis & Clark NF trails, roads

Helena – Electric bicycles (often referred to as “e-bikes”) have grown in popularity for both recreational use and hunting on public lands and are currently welcome on more than 52,000 miles of...

 
 By Dick Geary    Columns    October 16, 2019

A serious and sophisticated game

I watch a lot of baseball during the season, which runs from April to the end of November. I enjoy the other televised sports, but with the disinteres...

 

Fort Benton: The Birthplace of Montana (Part 2)

In September 1887, the railroad arrived at Fort Benton, signaling the end of the era of river trade, and it seemed the town would die. But a Canadian...

 

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