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  • Agenda: Lincoln Lewis & Clark Sewer District Board Meeting - Finance Meeting

    Updated Jun 14, 2024

    Lincoln Lewis & Clark Sewer District Board Meeting Tuesday, June 18, 2024, 5:30 pm AGENDA - Finance Meeting 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Public 4. Review Financial Reports a. All checks, ledgers, credit cards, statements, quick books must be delivered 5. Managers Report a. Yearly report and financial report to be submitted to the State 6. Open Forum The next Meeting July 2 2024 at 6 pm Adjournment Board of Directors President Eric M Gool, Vice President Sandi Conroy, Secretary Susie Gehring, Treasure Wendy...

  • Lincoln School Board Meeting Agenda

    Updated Jun 14, 2024

    When: Monday, June 17, 2024 at 7:00 PM Where: Lincoln Public School Library Agenda I. Call to Order II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Approval of Minutes and Bills IV. PTSO Report V. Public Comments for the Board VI. Communications A. Action Items B. Informational C. Calendar of Events a. www.lincoln.lynx IX. Athletic Director A. AD Update B. Coach Resignations (Jen Packer, Dani Fry, Ryan Hollinger, Rick Freeland, Abbie Erickson, Cailey DenBoer.) C. Coach Recommendation D....

  • Obituary: Edward "Jack" E. Hooker

    Updated Jun 14, 2024

    Edward E. "Jack" Hooker, at age 93 of Ovando Mont., passed away at home on Montana Mountain View Ranch. A celebration of life will be held on Aug. 24, 2024 at 1 p.m. at Bill & Dena Hooker's residence in Ovando Mont. Jack was born in Hermiston, Ore. on Nov.r 19, 1930. At age 6 he worked with his uncle, LaVern learning to ride and break horses for surrounding ranchers. This started his passion for working with horses, which lasted his entire life. He would take a "troubled"...

  • LINCOLN MEETINGS CALENDAR

    Updated Jun 5, 2024

    AA Tradition One if you need to talk, call Jay at 406-750-1238 or Dawn at 406-362-4697 Alcoholics Anonymous, Lincoln Chapter 6-7 p.m., Lambkins restaurant back room. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. American Legion, Post 9 7 p.m., Third Wednesday of the month, Lincoln Community Hall Blackfoot Community Conservation Area Council Meeting 7 p.m., First Thursday of the month, Ovando Fire Hall Cal 406-739-3900 to confirm Blackfoot Challenge Board...

  • Updated Jun 5, 2024

    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. Adult Sunday Bible Study, 9:45 a.m.; Ladies Bible Class, 2:45 p.m. Tuesday at the church; Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study, Friday 7 a.m.; Sunday evening Prayer Meeting, 6 p.m. Pastor Art McCafferty, 362-4714. Community Bible Church of Lincoln Sunday Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. at t...  Website

  • Lincoln School toehold meeting on nepotism concern

    Updated Jun 5, 2024

    The Lincoln School Board is slated to vote on the School clerk position at a meeting June 17, 2024 at 7 p.m. the Clerk, Whitney Cyr, is related to Board Member Billy Cyr, who will abstain from the vote....

  • Lincoln Putt Putt appreciates the Lincoln Community

    Bonnie Christian, Lincoln Putt Putt|Updated Jun 5, 2024

    The 16th Annual Lincoln Putt Putt wants to extend its extreme appreciation to the Lincoln Community, businesses, volunteers and all those who help make this annual fundraiser such a huge success each year. Once again many Lincoln Businesses joined together with me , Bonnie Christian, our main volunteer crew, including Lisa Reynolds, Christa Horner, April Erickson, Mary Lloyd, Ellie Schouten, Sue Anderson, Diane Ironie, and so many others who step up to pull off this AMAZING...

  • Sewer District Board Meeting Agenda, June 4, 2024

    Updated Jun 5, 2024

    Lincoln Lewis & Clark Sewer District Board Meeting Tuesday, June 4th, 2024 6 pm, Lincoln Library Bldg. AGENDA 1. Call to Order ( Swearing In New Board) 2. Roll Call 3. Public: Any Notices 4. Review of Minutes { no prior meeting) 5. Review Financial reports (physical year) 6. Communications May Terminations Updates 7. Managers Report 8. Old Business New board Members Rate report 9. New Business Financial Operating Budget New hire Re-Postings Interviews 10. Open Forum Next...

  • Simulation in Motion Montana to Provide Trauma Training for Lincoln EMS

    News Release, Simulation in Motion Montana|Updated May 30, 2024

    Lincoln, Montana – June 3, 2024 – Simulation in Motion Montana (SIM-MT), in partnership with the Area Health Education Center (AHEC), is excited to announce an upcoming trauma training session for Lincoln EMS. This essential training event, set for June 3, 2024, will focus on preparing emergency responders to manage motorcycle and motor vehicle accident trauma. The training will take place at the local fire department and hospital. Lee Roberts, a representative from SIM...

  • Memorial Day Observance Monday

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated May 23, 2024

    Lincoln American Legion Post 9 is slated to hold their annual Memorial Day Observance Monday, May 17 at 11 a.m. at the Lincoln Community Hall. The observance is open everyone, with hotdogs and chili served after the service. Memorial Day originated as Decoration Day after the Civil Wa and was generally observed May 30r. Over time it became known as Memorial Day and in 1971 its observance was set at for the last Monday of May. Although Memorial Day generally marks the...

  • Lincoln School Board Agendas *Updated

    Lincoln Schools|Updated May 19, 2024

    LINCOLN PUBLIC SCHOOL Annual Organizational Board Meeting When: Monday, May 20, 2024 at 6:00 Where: Lincoln Public School Library Agenda I. Call to Order II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Clerk’s Report A. Acceptance of School Board of Trustees Election Results a. William Cyr b. Julie Zarske c. Doug Mengel B. Issuing Certifications of Election C. Oath of Office D. Reorganization of Board E. Discuss Clerk position for 2024-2025 School year. IV. Executive Session “Possible clo...

  • The GOP scrum for Montana's second House district

    Arren Kimbel-Sannit, Montana Free Press|Updated May 17, 2024

    The eastern congressional district candidate forum that the Yellowstone County Republicans hosted at their Lincoln Reagan Dinner in April was, by the standards of campaign-season political events, remarkable. But not because of emotional fireworks or raised voices or intra-party bickering. Those are all commonplace. What was remarkable, instead, was that in a sprawling Montana Republican Party with no shortage of internal divides, almost all of the eight Republicans vying for...

  • Lincoln School election results

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated May 10, 2024

    School Board Lincoln School District had nine candidates to choose from for three seats on the Lincoln School Board this year. The results saw incumbents Billy Cyr and Doug Mengel retain their seats, while voters elected Julie Zarske to the third open seat, which had been held by Ken Lumpkin. Mill Levy Voters also opted not to approve a 25.75 mill levy for the school. The increase was designed to raise $127,581.62 per year for the school budget. The property tax increase was...

  • Lincoln students star in MCT's Treasure Island

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated May 10, 2024

    Lincoln School students starred in the Missoula Children's Theater's adaptation of Treasure Island, with two performances following a week of rehearsals. Starring Claire Gilbert as Jim Hawkins and MCT actor Olivia Woodall as Captain Long John Silver, the tale sees Hawkins discover a treasure map at his family inn, with Silver seeking to take advantage of the youngster to recover treasure left on Skull Island. With a small band of ruffian friends, Hawkins joins Silver and the...

  • Lincoln Sewer District Agenda May 7

    Updated May 2, 2024

    Lincoln Lewis & Clark Sewer District Board Meeting Tuesday, May 7, 2024, 6 pm Lincoln Sewer Bldg. AGENDA 1. Call to order 2. Roll Call 3. Public: 4. Review of April 2, Minutes 5. Review of Financial Reports 6. Communications April Termination Notices 1st notice – 7 2nd notice – 5 3rd termination notice – 1 Updated: 1st notice – 4 2nd notice – 1 3rd termination notice – 0 7. Manager's Report 8. Old Business: * Website still in finalization but able to pay successfull...

  • Obituary: Gerald "Jerry" Arthur Wiederhold

    Updated May 2, 2024

    Jerry passed away in his sleep after a stroke and a short stay in the hospital. Born to Virginia and Moritz Wiederhold, Jerry grew up in Lincoln, Mont. before volunteering to join the Army and completing tours in Vietnam. He lived and worked in Alaska briefly and returned to Montana. He enjoyed reloading, coin collecting and traveling to visit his family members across the country. He was a father, a Veteran and a friend to so many. He always had a bright smile and a crude, bu...

  • Slim turnout for County Growth Policy open house

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Apr 30, 2024

    An open house at the Lincoln Library April 24, designed to gather the first round of information for updates to the Lewis and Clark County Comprehensive Growth Policy, saw only light turnout. About eight people showed up to the event facilitated by the planning and design firm SE Group, which is partnering with the county on the growth policy update. They provided input on ta variety of topics that will be taken into account as the county develops the policy updates The open...

  • Obituary: Charles "Eddie" Edward Grantier Jr. 

    Updated Apr 30, 2024

    On the morning of April 20, 2024 lifelong resident of Lincoln, Eddie rode out to greener pastures. He passed peacefully at his home in Lincoln where friends and family had been staying with him. Eddie was 88 years young. Eddie was born on May 1, 1935 in Helena, Mont. to Charles "Ed" Edward Grantier Sr. and Pearl Lott Grantier. He was the only son of four Grantier children. Eddie was raised on the Stonewall Ranch until his parents purchased the Company Ranch, later named the...

  • Obituary: Marlis Willey

    Updated Apr 25, 2024

    Marlis Willey passed away peacefully at home on a beautiful spring morning Saturday 4/13/2024. She will be joining her husband Mack at the Montana State Veterans Cemetery at Fort Harrison in Helena on Monday, May 6 at 10:30 a.m. Please join us for a short graveside service if you can. Marlis and her twin Mavis were born in North Dakota and were raised by loving parents during the Great Depression. They grew up with enough to eat but very little else. Gardening and homemade clo...

  • Lincoln Seniors: Rocky's Agency on Aging visiting Senior Center May 16

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

  • Notice to Lincoln Solid Waste Customers

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

    Lincoln Solid Waste Customers: Beginning May 1, aluminum recycling will be moved from the Lincoln Senior Center to the Lincoln Transfer site. When bringing your aluminum to the site, please be sure to remove it from any trash bags or boxes. Plastic bags in the aluminum recycling bin soils the load. Paper recycling has been discontinued at this time. The recycling bins located at the Senior Center will be removed from the parking lot. Please call 406-447-8313 with any questions....

  • Door-to-Door County Health Survey Scheduled for late June, Volunteers Needed

    News Release, Lewis and Clark County Public health|Updated Apr 23, 2024

    HELENA, Montana – Lewis and Clark Public Health officials, in collaboration with PureView Health Center, St. Peter's Health, United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area, Rocky Mountain Development Council, and the Montana Department of Health and Human Services, are overseeing a first-of-its-kind community health survey in a multi-county area that spans Lewis and Clark, Jefferson, Powell, Broadwater, and Meagher counties. Scheduled for late June, the Community Assessment for Public...

  • Lewis and Clark County begins planning for updates to Growth Policy

    Roger Dey, Blackfoot Valley Dispatch|Updated Apr 10, 2024

    About every 20 years, Lewis and Clark County tackles the thorny issue of drafting a new, updated policy to plan for anticipated changes as the result of population growth in the county. Later this month, Lewis and Clark County will host a series of open house meetings to gather information from residents on the direction the county should take in develping a new Comprehensive Growth Policy. Since the county adopted its current policy in 2004, the county has seen a population i...

  • Veterans Pancake Breakfast brings veterans together, introduces new services they can draw on.

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Apr 9, 2024

    It's well known locally that Lincoln counts a larger than usual number of veterans among its residents, but it's not always obvious, even to other veterans, who they are. Finding a way to let veterans connect with one another was at the heart of the March 29 Veterans Meet and Greet Pancake Breakfast sponsored by Lincoln American Legion Post 9. Nearly 50 veterans and family members turned out for the free pancake breakfast, which was seen as a good turnout, particularly for a...

  • Guest Editorial: Lincoln Prosperity Proposal a local effort that needs congressional support

    Zach Muse, Lincoln|Updated Apr 8, 2024

    The Upper Blackfoot Valley, specifically the community of Lincoln, is not just where I live, it is also where I serve. As a native Montanan, I moved to Lincoln 20 years ago and found my place. I was surrounded by country where I could fish, hunt, and enjoy the backcountry whether on a snowmobile or a mule. I first served as a volunteer firefighter, and now serve as the Lincoln Fire Chief and as a member of the Upper Blackfoot Valley Community Council. Almost ten years ago, I...

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