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Does remote work bring Montana workers big-city wages? Yes - for some

On the list of ideas for tackling the twin challenges that plague Montana workers - scarce rural jobs and low wages even in cities - telework is...  Website

 

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,...

 

Photos: Lincoln Christmas Bazaar

Photos: Lincoln Christmas Bazaar...

 

'Remembering the Forgotten' burial event held to inter unclaimed remains

According to findagrave.com, there are 1,454 remains interred at the Lewis and Clark County Cemetery in Helena. Fifty-three of those were added last...

 
 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...

 

Opioids aren't always the answer for chronic pain patients

(StatePoint) Decorated veteran Justin Minyard struggled for years with chronic back pain. And though his prescribed opioids provided only minimal...

 
 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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

A horse called St. Nick

Ovando's annual Old West Christmas Fest wouldn't be complete without "Cowboy Claus" and his trusty horse, St. Nick. St. Nick has become a favorite of...

 

Lincoln Out of Date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...

 

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-scho...

 

Rewinding and Unwinding at the Lincoln Community Benefit

This year's Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Benefit saw the Lincoln Community Players turn to the way-back (or the on...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    October 31, 2018

Old rumors finally realized with new Copper Queen owners

"When I was 18, 19, 20 years old, I'd hay during the day and bartend at night," said Helmville native Katie Applegate. "Even then there was...

 

Montana military history authors traveling state to discuss their new book, 'Battle of the Bulge: A Montana Perspective'

Two of Montana’s many veterans, Randy LeCocq and John Driscoll, military history authors, will be travelling around Big Sky Country promoting their new book, The Battle of the Bulge: A Montana...

 

Caring for Lincoln, four paws at a time

For the past 31 years, once a month, you can find a white motor home sitting outside the Sportsman's Motel. Inside, you will find Dr. Loren Keller...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    October 24, 2018

Mercy Flight conducts annual Safety Stand-down at Lincoln

Last Wednesday about 45 members of the Mercy Flight air medical service from Benefis Hospital in Great Falls descended on the Lincoln Airport for...

 
 By Roger Dey    Features    October 17, 2018

Tour of the Arts brings visibility to local artists

The Alpine Artisan's Tour of the Arts returned to Lincoln last weekend as the Lincoln Art Haus Co-op once again hosted an exhibition and sale of their...

 

Childhood Recollections of Lincoln, Montana

My grandfather, Alfred Briscoe, raised his family in Cascade, Montana. He served as mayor from 1920 to 1923 and postmaster until 1936, and owned the...

 
 By Hope Quay    Features    October 10, 2018

Lincoln's new Grand Piano an important tool for music students

A Kawai grand piano purchased by Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild and intended for the use of the community and the park has taken up...

 

Photos: Fun with the Follies

The Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce brought the Brewery Follies and their politically incorrect humor to Lincoln for a second year last weekend....

 

Coming soon: Walking Out

Beautifully filmed in Montana's Paradise Valley, the Sundance Film Festival hit, Walking Out, will provide a thrilling evening to hunters and back...

 
 By Hope Quay    Features    October 3, 2018

Sculpture in the Wild Composer-in-Residence Adele O'Dwyer debuts original music inspired by native poetry and pathways

Composer Adele O'Dwyer wrapped up her 2018 stint as Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild Composer in Residence with a final concert Friday, Sept...

 

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