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Sculpture in the Wild: a volunteer's perspective

It’s been a little quieter at Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild now that the weather has changed and all the summer activity with artists, students and the Café Night fundraiser have come...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    November 6, 2019

Photos: A Bang Up Time at Lincoln's 45th Annual Community Benefit

The Lincon Valley Chamber of Commerce Hosted the 45th Annual Lincoln Community Benefit at the community hall Saturday Nov. 2. This year's benefit...

 

Remembering Veterans Day - Remarks from the past

Today we are here to celebrate and to honor and to commemorate the dead and the living, the young men who in every war since this country began have given testimony to their loyalty to their country a...

 
 By Lee York    Features    November 6, 2019

Nice Day for a Walk

Klara Varga, Lincoln Ranger District biological technician and a botanist, led the group, comprised of three women and a good dog, on a Native Plant...

 

Photos: Halloween Hijinks

Lincoln School students, sporting their Halloween costumes, made their annual tour of Main Street Oct. 31. Halloween walks or parades have a long...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    October 30, 2019

Familiar face brings local experience to job as Blackfoot Challenge director

After two months as the new executive Director of the Blackfoot Challenge, Seth Wilson is settling into the role that brought him back to the...

 
 By Lee York    Features    October 30, 2019

Lincoln's newest Realtor brings marketing experience, love of outdoors to new business

A cabin on North 3rd Street is home to the office of Lincoln's newest Realtor, Brenda Lee Stark. Stark, her husband Colton and their son and...

 

West-Central Montana, Land Market Strong, According to Area Expert

Area real estate pro and longtime friend of Lincoln locals Mike and Yvonne Mullens. Ray Primmer is a die-hard sportsman who blends his passion for land and wildlife with a career in land sales. After...

 

Lincoln Outdoor Club Gearing up for Winter, Appreciative of Support

As winter approaches, the Lincoln Outdoor Club is preparing for fun activities including cross-country skiing, ice skating and other outdoor...

 

Lincoln family developing school for preservation of traditional skills and art

The building on the corner of Sucker Creek and Highway 200, formerly home to Wind Turbine Tools and before that Summit Seekers Skidoo and Woodhouse...

 

Lincoln Library hosting activities as part of the NEA Big Read

For 13 years, the Lewis & Clark Library has participated in the NEA Big Read, and the Lincoln Branch is taking part again this year by hosting...

 

Tips for hunters to make the Block Management Program work for them

The 2019 Hunting Access Guide is available, directing hunters to more than 7 million acres of private, state and federal lands enrolled in Montana's...

 

Bear spray – carry it, know how to use it

The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee recommends the use of bear spray and urges hunters to learn other bear-aware safety measures. Hunters in bear c...

 

Artist talks provide insight into visiting BPSW sculptors

The Blackfoot Pathways Sculpture in the Wild artists-in-residence, Alison Stigora and Stuart Frost, gave presentations at the Lincoln Library on...

 

Stuart Ian Frost takes a different approach to BPSW project

Stuart Ian Frost's inspiration for his yet-to-be-named piece at Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, came from a trip to Garnet Ghost town last...

 

Alison Stigora explores contrasts with her installation at Sculpture in the Wild

Last Friday morning Alison Stigora was taking measurements and getting lumber ready for the armature of her piece at Sculpture in the Wild. Stigora's...

 

Photos: Wilderness Car Show and Lambkins Rod Run bring Motorcar Mania to downtown Lincoln

Wilderness Car Show and Lambkins Rod Run bring Motorcar Mania to downtown Lincoln...

 

Montana Painters Alliance members to work outdoors in Lincoln area

It's one thing to view art in a gallery, after it's completed. It's a different thing to watch art being created-and that's what people can do Oct....

 

A conversation about BPSW curation, education as 2019 artist residencies begin

I've always been curious as to how the art and artists are chosen for the Sculpture in the Wild. On a misty Saturday morning, I was able to catch up...

 

Building Community through Craft

Tammy Jordan wasn't born and raised in Lincoln, but she has embraced this town as her own. She brings to the community a love of fiber arts and the...

 

Five Trumpeter Swans Released on Jones Lake

OVANDO – For 15 years, the Blackfoot Challenge and its partners have released fledgling trumpeter swans into the Blackfoot Watershed in a program...

 

The Geriatric Great Divide Extravaganza

A small horse pulling a tiny covered wagon is an interesting sight. A small horse pulling a tiny covered wagon from the Mexican border to the...

 

Montana is the oldest state in the West

HELENA - Montana is, in fact, a country for old men, and women too, according to demographic statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, which indicate...

 

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