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 By Emilee Rivera    News    October 29, 2020

COVID comes to town

Montana has recently seen a drastic uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases, with 622 new cases reported Monday, Oct. 26. Of those, 29 were in Lewis... Full story

 

Fall back!

Remember just a few short months ago when it was staying light out unit almost 11p.m.? Well, now its time to embrace the darkness at about 5 p.m....

 
 By Roger Dey    News    October 29, 2020

Virtual open house introduces Lincoln Prosperity Proposal to wider audience

The Lincoln Prosperity Group - formerly the Upper Blackfoot Working Group – hosted a Virtual Open House Oct. 19 to gather feedback on the Lincoln Pr...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    October 29, 2020

Accident claims life of Lincoln man

An accident late on Beaver Creek Road Wednesday night, Oct. 21, claimed the life of Lincoln resident Chris Buster, 44, when his pickup went off the...

 

Annual Halloween Walk set to return Oct. 29, with precautions

The Lincoln School's annual Halloween Walk is set to proceed this year on Thursday, Oct. 29. Pre-K through 6th grade students will dress in costumes...

 

Guest Editorial: The Social Media Machine

In the recently released Netflix documentary "The Social Dilemma," Tristan Harris, President and Co-Founder of The Center for Humane Technology was...

 

Op-Ed: Justice Amy Coney Barrett will Protect Montana's Way of Life

Earlier this year, I joined two Montana families at the United States Supreme Court. I went to hear the oral arguments for a landmark case very...

 

Obituary: Chris Buster

Chris Buster joined God's logging crew on Wednesday, Oct. 21in the mountains he loved above Lincoln. Buster was born Oct. 26, 1975 in The Dalles, Ore... Full story

 

2020 marks 50 years of fire fighting service for Lincoln's Ken Crymble

Ken Crymble has worked with the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department for about 15 years, and recently celebrated his 50th year as a firefighter. Over...

 

A Tough Decision for Lincoln's Post #9

Lincoln's Post 9 of the American Legion held their monthly meeting at the Community Hall this past week. We had all kinds of things to cuss and discus...

 

Secretary of State candidates offer voters stark contrasts

As voters across the state turn to the Montana Secretary of State's office for guidance on how to cast a ballot safely during a pandemic, they also...

 

Auditor race offers voters a choice based on experience

Four years ago, a majority of Montanans voted against spending the small amount of money it would take to rename the office of state auditor to...

 

Lincoln School Question of the Week: What is the hardest thing about being a kid?

"Sometimes I get really tired of playing and I have to take a break from playing. Then, when I take a nap, I can play more." – Grant Keester, PreK...

 

Lincoln Schools update

As you all know, the Lincoln School was shut down due to coronavirus exposure. We were remote learning for two day's from Tuesday to Wednesday. As of...

 

From My Perspective: Questions in Life

What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Would you start a business, raise a family, fulfill a dream of yours or someone else, foster world...

 

Deputy's Log Oct. 11-24

Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received fifty-seven calls for service during the weeks of Oct. 11 to Oct. 24.  Deputies performed three civil...

 
 By News Release    News    October 29, 2020

'Weed free' certification now required for forage and mulch products

prohibitions: • Persons with a special use authorization or other Forest Service authorization that specifically exempts them from the...

 

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