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St. Regis Tigers visit Lincoln Lynx in long-awaited home opener

The Lincoln faithful have been waiting and waiting for a basketball game in their own gym. The Lynx varsity season, which began for the Lincoln men in Frenchtown Nov. 30, has been on the road for six...

 

Lady Tigers of St. Regis in Friday cat fight with Lynx

On Friday afternoon, Jan. 11, the Lincoln Lady Lynx faced the St. Regis ladies in a non-conference duel at home. The Tigers, on a 6-4 winning streak, have cut a wide swath in the last few years...

 

Little Lynx Ladies out score Helena Christian Rams

Coach Shane Smith had his junior high ladies in top form to face down the Lady Rams from Helena Christian School in a fast paced competitive contest Saturday afternoon, Jan. 12. The Lincoln squad...

 
 By Hope Quay    School    January 9, 2019

Lincoln science teacher retiring at end of school year

Times change, and kids grow up, but for twenty-six years George Pierce, recognizable in his trademark daily ties, has remained a fixture at Lincoln Schools. When Pierce hired on as the school's only...

 
 By Hope Quay    School    January 9, 2019

Changes ahead for structure of Lincoln School administration

The retirement of Lincoln Schools Superintendent/Principal Carla Anderson at the end of this school year could mean a change in the structure of the school's administration. Anderson, who has served...

 

Photos: More songs for the season

Lincoln Public Schools hosted their Pre-K through 6th grade Christmas Concert Wednesday, Dec. 19. at the Lincoln School Gym....

 

Photos: Music for the season

incoln School's Junior High/High School Christmas Concert...

 

Turkey Time with the 1st Grade

Aliyah First I will go to the farm to git a trcee. Next I wash it and put it in the pan. Then I put it in the uvin at oun degree. Last I eat with my Dad. Ray First, I am goen to the DandD to by a...

 

Lincoln School Honor Roll 1st Quarter

12th Grade Gavin Jorgensen 4.0 Maggie Jorgensen 4.0 Bridger Kamps 4.0 Brittney Walker 4.0 Tanner Woodward 3.818 Carly Templeton 3.8 Kade Creech 3.667 Tanea Reisch 3.667 Alyssa Rios 3.6 Aziah Blotkamp...

 

PTSA announces final tally from Nov. 8 Book Fair

Danielle Barnett, President of the Lincoln PTSA announced the results of last week's school "Book Fair". Gross receipts for the fair totalled $3,375. The PTSA, doesn't keep that full amount however....

 

Image: Happy Thanksgiving:

A turkey drawn by 1st Grader Preslie vogl captures the spirit of the upcoming holiday,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    November 7, 2018

Lincoln School honors volunteers for efforts over past two years

An assembly at Lincoln School provided the administration with a perfect time to honor Gwyn and Scott Jensen for their volunteer work at the school for the last two years. The Jensens, from Helena,...

 

Junior High Lynx meet Drummond in basketball duel

Junior high games, especially at the beginning of the season, can be a combination of mass pandemonium and falling-down frustration as every player on the court grabs for the elusive ball. On the...

 

JH Prospectors hit gold against Lincoln

Twenty four hours after a tough defeat against Drummond, the spunky junior high Lynx ran out on the home court for another lop-sided match-up against the Prospectors from Philipsburg. Trever Tolan,...

 

Lady Lynx Volleyball honors cancer survivors amid eventful week

This last week has been an eventful one for the Lincoln Lady Lynx, and it looks to continue for the next few weeks. October began with a celebration of pink. This is where a team honors cancer...

 

Lincoln Lady Lynx sing a new song: 'Hey, Hey, Goodbye!'

Varsity volleyball coach Stacey Mannix, all smiles after the three and out victory over the St. Regis Lady Tigers Saturday night, said, "This team is singing their song again." The last set was a...

 

Despite loss, Lady Lynx JV squad shaping up as a strong team for the future

The JV Saturday afternoon contest started off with a come-from-behind win in the first set, but fell in the following match ups: 25-21, 17-25, 13-15 and 7-15. In past years, the Lady Lynx have not...

 

Junior high B-team wraps up volleyball season with a win

First out of the locker room Wednesday, Oct. 10 was the younger B-team of the hometown Lady Lynx who dressed out nine hitters to face off against the junior high Granite Prospectors from Philipsburg....

 

P-burg Lady Prospectors find gold in Lincoln

The headliner game of the Wednesday night volleyball marathon was the older, more accomplished A-squad of the junior high Lady Lynx going up against the Lady Prospectors of Granite County in a non-conference match. It was also an endurance marathon...

 

Lynx JH football team has a bright future

The 2018 season closed Oct. 5 and 6 for the Lynx junior high school boys after exciting contests against Hot Springs and St. Regis. Despite having only six players suited up for the away game against...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    October 17, 2018

Game of flags

"You can't tackle your mom!" Isn't a phrase you hear at a typical football game, but last Saturday's flag football game between alumni, staff and parents and the high school and junior high football...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    October 3, 2018

Lincoln High School forfeits remainder of football season

The Lincoln High School Football season ended abruptly last week, after the suspension of two players for underage drinking left the school to shorthanded to field a six-man team. The suspensions...

 

Seeley Lake battles Varsity Lady Lynx in volleyball

Still recovering from the flu, 6-foot junior Alexis Cannon was 80 percent her old self as she rocketed six serving aces across the net to the waiting Seeley Lake Blackhawks on Thursday night. Cannon...

 

Lady Lynx Jr. Varsity face-off against local rivals Seeley Lake

When the Lincoln volleyball court sports a home game with neighboring Seeley Lake Blackhawks, the visitors section for spectators is packed with plenty of out-of-town fans who root for their team at...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    October 3, 2018

Lincoln School district revisits new cell phone, digital device policy

In a special meeting last week, the Lincoln School Board revisited a change to the school's cell phone and digital device policy that went into effect this year and aligned the school's Technology Agr...

 

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