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 By Roger Dey    News    December 5, 2018 

Forest Service releases Stonewall Project Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

The Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest announced Friday that it has a new plan for the Stonewall Vegetation Project west of Lincoln. The new proposed alternative, outlined in a Draft Supplemental...

 
 By Jeni Garcin    News    December 5, 2018 

Public can help with safe, efficient snowplowing efforts this winter

Helena – Most people in Lewis and Clark County rely on city, County and State snowplows to clear snow from the roads where they live so they can go about their daily lives. Plowing the roads is not...

 

Santa's Workshop returns for another year of family fun

You could hear the excitement in the kids voices even before stepping into the gym at Lincoln School Saturday morning. More than 70 kids were inside, making their way from station to station at...

 

Photos: Lincoln Christmas Bazaar

Photos: Lincoln Christmas Bazaar...

 

Letter: Who was in charge?

Who was in charge when: 1. Fast and Furious was implemented and thousands of guns were given to the Mexican drug cartels in hope they could be traced back to the U.S. gun dealers and then shut down...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    December 5, 2018 

Repair work on N. Lincoln Gulch Rd delayed shortly after getting started

The Lewis and Clark County Bridge Crew began work last week to repair the washout on North Lincoln Gulch Road, but has hit a snag that will delay the project two to three weeks. Doug Nisbet, the Lewis...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    December 5, 2018 

A Clean Slate

For 21 years, a secluded 1.4-acre parcel of land less than half a mile east of Stemple Pass Road remained relatively untouched since the day the FBI hauled away the 10-foot by 12-foot plywood shack...

 
 By News Release    News    December 5, 2018 

Public invited to open house for improvements on Lincoln Road intersections

HELENA – The Montana Department of Transportation will host a public open house Thursday, Dec. 13 to discuss two projects located on Lincoln Road between Applegate Drive and Interstate 15 north of Helena. The open house will be held at the Jim...

 
 By Hope Quay    Features    December 5, 2018 

Lighting up Lincoln for the holidays

Lincoln is lighting up as businesses and homes get into the holiday spirit. For many, beautifying the town this holiday season is its own reward, but for a few lucky winners, holiday cheer will give...

 

Church Services

Lincoln Community United Methodist Church Worship, 10:30 a.m. First and Third Sunday of the month, Pastor Terry Turner. For Food Bank information, please contact Diane Ironi at the Senior Ctr. Blackfoot Valley Bible Church Sunday Worship 11 a.m....  Website

 

Community Events Calendar

AA Tradition One 7 p.m., Fridays, Lincoln Library American Legion, Post 9 7 p.m., Third Wednesday of the month, Senior Center Blackfoot Community Conservation Area Council Meeting 7 p.m., First Thursday of the month, Ovando Fire Hall Blackfoot... Full story

 
 By Roger Dey    News    November 28, 2018

Lincoln logger provides state capital with a Christmas Tree

When the Montana Logging Association needed to find a 30-foot Christmas Tree for the Montana State Capital this year, they turned to Lincoln-based logger Wayne Sherrill for help. Sherrill, who said...

 

Ovando ushers in Christmas season

Ovando's Annual Old West Christmas Fest once again offered families and guests a small-town respite from the commercial excesses of Black Friday with a return to its traditional timeframe,...

 

School's new custodian brings his quirky sense of humor back to Lincoln

New Lincoln Schools part-time assistant custodian Jim Oly is no stranger to school hallways. A Drummond native, Oly was a janitor at Drummond school for three years before deciding to relocate to...

 

Lincoln Out of Date

A look at news of Lincoln from years past...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 
 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....

 
 By Roger Dey    News    November 14, 2018

American Legion observes Veterans Day, 100th Anniversary of WWI Armistice

Lincoln's America Legion Post 9 hosted thenir annual Veterans Day observance at the Lincoln Community Hall Sunday, marking the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the first world war at the...

 

Mountaintop Musings: Real hope for real change

With the elections behind us it is time to celebrate! Yes, no more attack ads, the road-side placards are removed and the political phone calls have ceased! The people have spoken, and it seems once again we voted for “change”. It was a little...

 
 By Roger Dey    News    November 14, 2018

Discussion of new locatin for Skijoring dominates LVCC meeting

The Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce began making plans to relocate their annual skijoring event to a new location. At the Chamber of Commerce meeting Thursday, Nov. 8, Bill Cyr offered to let the...

 

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