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Snow Warriors concerned about need for leadership

Mark Christian is deeply concerned about the future of the Ponderosa Snow Warriors and hopes to see some of the younger snowmobilers in Lincoln step forward to lead the club into the future. "The...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    November 21, 2018

Lincoln welcomes new resident deputy

Robert Rivera has spent the last month getting to know the community of Lincoln, after taking his post as the towns resident deputy sheriff in late October Rivera takes over the position previously...

 

Op/ed: Why we're fighting to stop the American Prairie Reserve

Parker Heinlein's recent column in the Bozeman Chronicle ("Fewer cowboys? Don't blame the American Prairie Reserve," Nov. 1) is a perfect example of the derisive attitude that has turned so many Monta...

 

Letter: Tired of mean spirited comments

I am so tired of reading the false and mean-spirited comments about former President Barack Obama. One doesn't have to like his policies or his person for whatever reason, but, after all, millions of...

 

Dear Dietitian: Food choices for traveling

Dear Dietitian, These days I am traveling a lot for work and eating out once, sometimes twice a day. How do I make healthy food choices? Sincerely, Chris Dear Chris, Traveling for business is often...

 
 By News Release    News    November 21, 2018

DPHHS urges Montanans to get smart about antibiotics

State and local public health officials are participating in U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week Nov. 12-18, 2018, which is an annual one-week observance to raise awareness of the importance of...

 

View 'Songs for the Blackfoot Pathways' performance online

Fans of this years Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild concert series who missed out on the debut of composer-in-residence Adele O'Dwyer's "Songs for the Blackfoot Pathways" in September can...

 

HLCNF Holiday Family Fun Nature Crafts Night

HELENA-The Helena - Lewis and Clark National Forest is hosting a winter holidays family fund nature crafts night Tuesday Nov. 27 from 4-6 p.m. at the Forest Service office in Helena. Families can...

 

Five ways learning piano can boost kids' confidence

(StatePoint) Learning to play piano can boost children's confidence in many ways. So, if your family is looking to introduce a new hobby or after-school activity to your children, here are five reason...

 

Turkey Time with the 1st Grade

Aliyah First I will go to the farm to git a trcee. Next I wash it and put it in the pan. Then I put it in the uvin at oun degree. Last I eat with my Dad. Ray First, I am goen to the DandD to by a...

 

Lincoln School Honor Roll 1st Quarter

12th Grade Gavin Jorgensen 4.0 Maggie Jorgensen 4.0 Bridger Kamps 4.0 Brittney Walker 4.0 Tanner Woodward 3.818 Carly Templeton 3.8 Kade Creech 3.667 Tanea Reisch 3.667 Alyssa Rios 3.6 Aziah Blotkamp...

 

A couple recipes

If the 1st graders turkey preparations don't work out for you for the holidays, maybe you can mix things up a bit and try one of these recipes from the Lincoln Cook Book published by Lincoln's...

 

This is Montana: Montana's Greatest Wonder: The Missouri River (Part 4 of 5)

"... by every rule of nomenclature, the Missouri being the main stream and the upper Mississippi the tributary, the name of the former should have been given precedence, and the great-river should...

 

Photos: Big bad tracks

Tracks in the snow reveal some recent wolf activity near Copper Creek. At least four wolves, probably the Landers Fork Pack, crossed Copper Creek Road about a mile north of Highway 200 over the...

 
 By News Release    News    November 21, 2018

Rare caribou sightings reported in NW Montana

Kalispell, MT - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks regional staff have received reports of a rare sight in northwest Montana. Residents have recently documented sightings of woodland caribou near...

 
 By Hope Quay    Columns    November 21, 2018

My Smart Mouth: An ever lasting and ever changing Holiday

Every American school kid knows the story of the first Thanksgiving holiday, or at least the version of it referenced on cutesy holiday décor and in our first-grade lesson plans. The reality of the feast that took place in the Plymouth settlement...

 

PTSA announces final tally from Nov. 8 Book Fair

Danielle Barnett, President of the Lincoln PTSA announced the results of last week's school "Book Fair". Gross receipts for the fair totalled $3,375. The PTSA, doesn't keep that full amount however....

 

Image: Happy Thanksgiving:

A turkey drawn by 1st Grader Preslie vogl captures the spirit of the upcoming holiday,...

 

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