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 By Roger Dey    Features    May 16, 2018

Quake Talk: seismologist discusses recent Lincoln-area earthquakes

The earthquakes that have rattled the Lincoln area intermittently since last July may not have caused any major damage or ripped open cracks in the earth, but Mike Stickney, director of the...

 By Roger Dey    Features    May 16, 2018

EXTRA Photo Story: Ready for a close up

Filming on the movie 'Ted K,' which looks at Ted Kaczynski's time in Lincoln in the years just prior to his arrest has been ongoing around town. Last Wednesday, May 9, film crews set up a scene at... Full story

 By Roger Dey    Features    May 9, 2018

Film crew returns for principal photography of 'Ted K'

Last Thursday afternoon, a phone booth re-appeared on the corner of Highway 200 and Stemple Pass Road, in the same spot where one once stood for years. Although the booth differed from the original...

 By Roger Dey    Features    May 9, 2018

Sculpture in the Wild joins AmazonSmile as part of ongoing fundraising efforts

Last month, Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild took advantage of a new way to raise funds by working with AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile, or smile.amazon.com, is a shopping website run by Amazon that allows shoppers to designate a nonprofit...

 By Roger Dey    Features    May 9, 2018

Dive Bomber

A male bluebird defends a nesting boss by diving at a marauding swallow that got to close. Swallows have a knack for taking over bluebird boxes for their own nests. (Roger Dey Phot...

 By Andy Bourne    Features    April 25, 2018

Scientists take steps towards cure for DIPG brain tumors with help of Seeley Lake family

SEATTLE - "I had never, at any point in my medical training, sat in a room where at the same time you tell a patient they have a diagnosis, you also tell them they will definitively die from that... Full story

 By Roger Dey    Features    April 25, 2018

Ovando energized by unexpected recognition

Between phone calls to the Blackfoot Angler asking if Browns Lake is open yet (it's not, except where someone dropped the front end of their truck through the ice), Kathy Shoendoerfer spoke with a lin...

 By Hope Quay    Features    April 18, 2018

On Her Own Terms

A presentation on the life of one of Lincoln's most colorful characters visited the Community Hall last week. Sponsored by the Montana Historical Society and the Lewis and Clark Library the...



Spring seems to finally be here, but last week's snow storm made it look like winter hadn't given up on Lincoln....


Montana Tales & Trails: Too Much Water?

This year when winter ends, and yes someday it will, talk will turn from snowfall and ice depth to snowmelt, runoff and flooding. Old timers will recall the great flood years from the 1960s and...

 By Roger Dey    Features    April 11, 2018

Winter Hangover

Snow creates a frozen wave on the edge of a drift that formed on a sidehill along Stemple Pass Road during last week's snowstorm....


Before We Hit the Woods, Someone's Got to Maintain the Trails

It's rare to find something that four out of five folks agree upon these days. But that is how many Montanans - 81 percent of us - recreate outside, whether we're hunting, snowmobiling, fishing or...

 By Roger Dey    Features    April 4, 2018

Easter Eggstravaganza

Kids had an extra challenge finding the eggs at this years Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt. When it became clear there was still going to be too much snow at Hooper Park, Assistant...


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