Stories for August 2004

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Friday, August 27

August 27, 2004 midnight

Judge lifts timber sale injunction

An injunction halting several timber sales on the Kootenai National Forest was lifted last Friday by a federal judge in Missoula.

August 27, 2004 midnight

Sheriff¹s deputies under investigation

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

August 27, 2004 midnight

LADC OKs $200,000 for lodge

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Wednesday, August 25

August 25, 2004 midnight

Construction manager picked for jail

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

August 25, 2004 midnight

Larex begins exodus

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

August 25, 2004 midnight

County setting up revolving loan fund

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Friday, August 20

August 20, 2004 midnight

Grants changed to loans

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

August 20, 2004 midnight

Trustees: school to be razed, not sold

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

August 20, 2004 midnight

Five injured in two highway accidents

Alcohol, speed and lack of seatbelt use were factors in a pair of serious accidents on Lincoln County highways last weekend according to the Montana Highway Patrol.

Wednesday, August 18

August 18, 2004 midnight

Bull River Ranger Station taking visitors back to 1908

History buffs and outdoor enthusiasts will soon be able to experience Bull River Ranger Station as it was in 1908.

August 18, 2004 midnight

EPA chief visits Libby

EPA administrator Mike Leavitt arrived in Libby Friday afternoon for a brief surprise visit.

August 18, 2004 midnight

Dwindling fund focal point for discussion

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Friday, August 13

August 13, 2004 midnight

Law change casts shadow on port¹s 2 mills

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

August 13, 2004 midnight

EPA seeks efficiency in new contract

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

August 13, 2004 midnight

Revett seeks 50-percent tax break

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Wednesday, August 11

August 11, 2004 midnight

Heinert tapped by GOP for House race

Ralph Heinert has been chosen by the local Republican Party central committee to replace Brent McCollum as the party¹s candidate for state House District 1 in the November election.

August 11, 2004 midnight

LMS to counter fashion with dress code

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

August 11, 2004 midnight

Montanore mine project dusted off

A Spokane mining company announced plans last week to initiate the re-permitting process for the Montanore silver-copper mine located in the Cabinet Mountains.

Friday, August 6

August 6, 2004 midnight

Service Saturday for aviator

A Troy man declared missing in action when his plane was shot down in Vietnam in 1972 will be given a funeral with full military honors on Saturday, Aug. 7, at the Troy Cemetery.

August 6, 2004 midnight

LADC puts LRC, Turner proposals on hold

By Paul Boring & Roger Morris, Western News Reporters

August 6, 2004 midnight

Merchants confront council, police

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Wednesday, August 4

August 4, 2004 midnight

Sold-out rodeo called a success

By Heidi Desch, Western News Intern

August 4, 2004 midnight

LADC delays decision on research center

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

August 4, 2004 midnight

Turner volunteers prepared to build new warming house

A contingent of Libby area volunteers is poised and ready to erect the new ski lodge at Turner Mountain, said Kootenai Winter Sports President Bruce Zwang.