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  • New Benches at Hooper Park Commemorate Bob Purdy

    Sue Howsmon|Updated May 30, 2023

    Visitors to Hooper Park will notice a few additions thanks to Doug and Laurie Richards and the Bob Purdy Softball Tournament. The Richards have this past week completed installation of three park benches and one aggregate trash container. The idea for park benches has been brewing with Laurie and Doug for a couple of years now, with a permanent plaque on each in tribute to Bob Purdy who lent his spirit, and love of community and kids in everything he did. "Bob loved kids here...

  • Pinochle

    Updated May 23, 2023

    Pincohle 5-2-23 8 players 1st - Lynda Arvidson 2nd - Susi Murphy Low - Kathy Reeve Pinochle - Doug Vulcan 5-9-23 10 players 1st - Rick Foreman 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Kathy Reeve Pinochle - Toni Ekhart 5-16-23 4 players 1st - Doug Vulcan 2nd - Bonnie Shown Low - Toni Ekhart...

  • The Montanan Steakhouse - New Owners, New Menu, New Look

    Tammy Jordan|Updated May 17, 2023

    On May 1, 2023, the Montanan Steakhouse transferred ownership. New owners and siblings Stephanie Leonard, Tim Leonard, and David McGhee are bringing back the traditional classic steakhouse with a "scratch kitchen," new menu and welcoming feel to the old Garland's building. It's going to be all about the guest experience. "We want everyone to enjoy their time here and leave feeling satisfied with their meal and overall experience in the restaurant." said Stephanie. Each of the...

  • Lincoln board openings

    News Release, Lewis and Clark County|Updated May 3, 2023

    Lewis and Clark County has the following Lincoln board openings: Lincoln Solid Waste District Board Citizens who serve on the Lincoln Solid Waste District Board need to own residential or commercial property and pay the Lincoln Solid Waste assessment; 3 year terms. Lincoln Parks Board The purpose of the board is to advise the Board of County Commissioners and the City-County Parks Board on issues relating to the use, improvement, and general maintenance of the Lincoln...

  • Mammogram Clinic at Parker Medical

    News Release, Pureview Healthcares Center|Updated May 3, 2023

    Attention Lincoln Community: Health on Wheels is Coming to Town! Mark your calendars for a vital healthcare opportunity in Lincoln on May 23, and June 20! The Mobile Mammography Coach will visit PureView's Parker Clinic at 2363 MT Hwy 200, offering residents a convenient and efficient mammogram experience. Mammograms are crucial for early detection of breast cancer, so call now to book your spot and prioritize your health. Appointments are required. To reserve your spot on...

  • Pinochle Scores

    Updated Apr 26, 2023

    March 28, 2023- 6 Players 1st - Susi Murphy 2nd - Rick Foreman Low - Toni Ekhart Pinochle - Doug Vulcan April 11, 2023 - 4 players 1st - Bonnie Shown 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Toni Ekhart Pinochle - Kathy Reeve April 18, 2023 - 3 players 1st - Kathy Reeve 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Toni Ekhart Pinochle - None April 25, 2023 - 5 players 1st - Toni Ekhart 2nd - Bonnie Shown Low - Donna Sargent Pinochle - Doug Vulcan... Full story

  • Lincoln Putt Putt Approaching Quickly

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Apr 19, 2023

    The Lincoln Putt Putt is quickly approaching. The annual fundraiser benefitting local community organizations returns for its 15th year Saturday, April 29. Not only is it a true community fundraiser, but one the Lincoln community supports both financially and with man hours. In the past, the event organized by Bonnie Christian has benefitted organizations such as the Lincoln Ambulance, the Lincoln Senior Center, and the historic Lincoln Community Hall. This year, they also... Full story

  • Blackfoot River Ducks Unlimited hosting 23rd Annual Banquet

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Apr 18, 2023

    The Blackfoot River Ducks Unlimited Chapter will host its 23rd annual fundraising banquet Saturday, May 13at the Lincoln Community Hall. The committee has been hard at work planning, organizing and collecting donations to make this their best banquet to date. Letters went out to area individuals, businesses and organizations to solicit donations for the event. If you didn't receive a letter but would still like to donate, please reach out to one of the committee volunteers...

  • Community Social Comes to Lincoln

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Apr 11, 2023

    It all began with an idea at the Lincoln Community Hall meeting. Now, with more than 20 organizations, the Lincoln Community Social (a.k.a. Get to Know Your Community and Neighbors Social) event is well on its way. The event, hosted by the Lincoln Community Hall and the Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce at the historic Lincoln Community Hall, is scheduled for Friday, April 14, from 4-8 p.m.. There are four main reasons the thought of a community social came about: First,...

  • Happenings at Your Lincoln Library

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Apr 11, 2023

    There have been things happening at the Lewis & Clark Library - Lincoln Branch, and more are on the way in coming months. Please check back monthly here at the BVD for updates from the library and events being offered. On Saturday, April 1, the Lincoln Library, through the support of the Lewis & Clark Library Foundation, brought a free program called "Painting with a Twist" to the community. Ten participants painted a Montana wildflower scene and had a great time doing it....

  • Deputy's Log March 1-31

    Cpl. Robert Rivera, Lewis and Clark County Sheriffs Office|Updated Apr 3, 2023

    The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received seventy-three calls for service between March 1 and March 31, 2023, in the Lincoln area. Seven of those calls were traffic stops performed by deputies. We had four calls for service create case numbers: Child Protective Services called March 1 to give a cross report with a deputy on a domestic disturbance that was reported to them in the Lincoln area. The investigation is on-going and being handled by the deputy. Deputies responded to an assault between two females in the 500...

  • NOTICE OF LINCOLN K-12 DISTRICT NO. 38 TRUSTEE ELECTION

    Updated Apr 3, 2023

    NOTICE OF LINCOLN K-12 DISTRICT NO. 38 TRUSTEE ELECTION Notice is hereby given that in Lewis and Clark County on May 2, 2023, an election will be held in the Lincoln Public School Dist. 38 for the purpose of electing one trustee to three-year terms on the Lincoln Public School District No. 38 Board of Trustees and This election will be conducted by mail ballot. Ballots will be automatically mailed to active electors residing within the district on April 14, 2023. Polls will...

  • Community Hall, Chamber of Commerce co-sponsoring Community Social

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Mar 30, 2023

    The Lincoln Community Hall and Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring a “ Get to know your community & neighbors social” April 14 at the Hall. The two organizations are reaching out to the whole community with the goal of reconnecting with area residents who may have been isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic and to introduce new residents to the community and to local organizations. Event organizers Renee Lundberg and Sue Howsmon have been reaching out to Lin...

  • Pinochle Scores

    Updated Mar 24, 2023

    March 14th 6 players 1st - Kathy Reeve 2nd - Bonnie Shown Low - Doug Vulcan Pinochle - Susi Murphy Feb 28th 7 players 1st - Cade Sampson 2nd - Bonnie Shown Low - Rick Foreman Pinochle - Doug Vulcan Feb 14th 7 players 1st - Kathy Reeve 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Cade Sampson Pinochle - Rick Foreman Feb 7th 1st - Kathy Reeve 2nd - Toni Eckhart Low - Rick Foreman 1500 Trump - Toni Eckart...

  • Lincoln board openings

    Lewis and Clark County|Updated Mar 7, 2023

    Lewis and Clark County has the following Lincoln board opening: Lincoln Solid Waste District Board Citizens who serve on the Lincoln Solid Waste District Board need to own residential or commercial property and pay the Lincoln Solid Waste assessment; three-year terms. Lincoln Parks Board The purpose of the board is to advise the Board of County Commissioners and the City-County Parks Board on issues relating to the use, improvement, and general maintenance of the Lincoln...

  • Free Workshop for Caregivers-brought to you by Rural Dementia Caregiver Project

    News Release, Rural Dementia Caregiver Project|Updated Mar 7, 2023

    Millions of rural caregivers provide crucial support to family members or friends living with memory loss and dementia. These same caregivers often feel stressed and isolated. An online workshop may help them. The University of California, San Francisco is conducting a study of a new online caregiver workshop. The project is funded by the National Institutes of Health. Caregivers may qualify if they: • Live in a rural area • Care for someone with memory loss • Are 18 years of...

  • Deputys Log

    Corporal Robert Rivera, Lewis and Clark County Sheriffs Office|Updated Feb 28, 2023

    The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received forty-five calls for service between Feb. 8 and Feb. 24, in the Lincoln area. Three of those calls were traffic stops performed by deputies. We had one call for service create case numbers: A deputy took a report Feb. 18, of sexual assault involving two minors. The investigation is being handled by the criminal investigation division. This is an isolated incident and there is no threat to the public at this time. Other calls for...

  • Drum Brothers Lincoln Concert & Workshop

    News Release, Drum Brothers|Updated Feb 23, 2023

    This coming February 22nd - 24th, Drum Brothers will be returning to Lincoln, Montana. Sponsored by the Lincoln Council for the Arts, the group will be presenting 2-day school residency in the Lincoln School and they'll be offering a Community Concert and Hand-Drumming Workshop for the general public. Their last visit to the community was in 2018. Point of Interest: Since 2021, Drum Brothers have been featuring the next generation of family performers, Matthew and Tracy's sons...

  • Deputy's Log Jan. 27-Feb. 7, 2023

    Corporal Robert Rivera, Lewis and Clark County Sheriffs Office|Updated Feb 10, 2023

    The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received fifty-one calls for service between Jan. 27 and Feb. 7, 2023 in the Lincoln area. Six of those calls were traffic stops performed by deputies. We had one call for service create a case number: Deputies responded to the 400 block of Main Street early in the morning of Feb. 1, 2023, for a report of a disorderly male. The male had a confrontation with a driver of a private plow that turned disorderly. Deputies attempted contact with...

  • Deputy's Log Jan 1- Jan 26 2023

    Corporal Robert Rivera, Lewis and Clark County Sheriffs Office|Updated Jan 30, 2023

    The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center received 49 calls for service in the Lincoln area between Jan. 1 and Jan. 26, 2023. Six of those calls were traffic stops performed by deputies. = We had three calls for service create case numbers: A deputy responded to an address in Lincoln Jan. 12, for assault allegations called in by Child and Family Services. The report has been forwarded to our detective division who will conduct interviews with the family to determine the legitimacy...

  • Powder Day Plowing

    Updated Jan 16, 2023

    A plume of snow follows a Lewis and Clark County snow plow as Lincoln-area County RoadsMaintenance Supervisor Pete Dempster clears Stemple Pass Road on a frosty morning Jan. 11....

  • Lewis and Clark County Lincoln board openings

    News Release, Lewis and Clark County|Updated Dec 17, 2022

    Lewis and Clark County has the following Lincoln board openings: Lincoln Solid Waste District Board Seeking one citizen to serve on the Lincoln Solid Waste District Board who owns residential or commercial property and pays the Lincoln Solid Waste assessment; 3 year terms. Lincoln Parks Board Seeking one citizen to serve on the board. The purpose of the board is to advise the Board of County Commissioners and the City-County Parks Board on issues relating to the use,...

  • Lincoln Senior Center Pinochle Scores

    Updated Nov 22, 2022

    2-15 1st - Bonnie Shown 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Kathy Reeve 10-11-22 4 players 1st - Donna Sargent 2nd - Kathy Reeve Low - Toni Eckart Pinochle - Doug Vulcan 10-25-22 4 players 1st - Bonnie Shown 2nd - Doug Vulcan Low - Kathy Reeve Nov 1st 4 players 1st - Kathy Reeve 2nd - Bonnie Shown Low - Debbie gannon Pinochle - Doug Vulcan...

  • Community Benefit returns

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Nov 16, 2022

    After a two years without an in-person Lincoln Community Benefit , the fundraiser made arousing comeback Saturday night, Nov. 5. In a break from decades of tradition, the Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce handed the benefit off to Upper Blackfoot Valley Historical Society and the Ponderosa Snow Warriors after it became clear the Chamber didn't have the volunteer manpower to put it on. UBVHS President Erin Dey, who was involved in organizing past community benefits for the...

  • Upper Blackfoot Valley Historical Society receives bequest from Ron Lydiard estate

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Nov 14, 2022

    Ron Lydiard really wanted to do something for Lincoln, Norm Grosfield told the board of the Upper Blackfoot Valley Historical Society during their meeting Oct. 26. Lydiard was an unassuming but talkative man who lived a quiet life in Lincoln, a town he had a special connection with dating back to 1963. When he was 11 his parents Robert and Neve bought the Silver King Ranch, where he spent most of his summers into the 1970s. Ron passed away from a heart condition at his cabin...

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