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Memorial services for Raleigh Smith, a Marine killed in action Dec. 23 in Iraq, will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 4, at the Troy High School gym.
A logging project currently underway at J. Neils Memorial County Park represents the last major stage of a plan drawn up in 1999 to improve the overall health of the park¹s timber.
By Roger Morris Western News Publisher
The first of five pairs of ³gateway signs² to welcome visitors to Lincoln County has been erected on U.S. Highway 2 west of Troy.
A U.S. Marine from Troy was one of three American servicemen killed in fighting in Fallujah, Iraq, on Dec. 23.
Bill Patten has been named new chief executive officer at St. John¹s Lutheran Hospital to replace Rick Palagi, who left the hospital in October.
An extended warm spell has given way to more seasonable temperatures, but meteorologists are still giving less than even odds that southern Lincoln County will have a white Christmas.
A Cardinal True Value employee has been charged with faking an armed robbery and pocketing the cash he reported stolen.
A Troy couple is facing numerous felony charges related to the operation of a methamphetamine lab at a trailer home in the Falls Creek area.
Mid-career crisis results in commitment to students
By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter
The Montana Supreme Court voted 4-3 that the state should have warned Libby miners about dangerous health conditions existing at the W. R. Grace vermiculite mine and milling operations.
In a bankruptcy court filing last week, W.R. Grace said it was likely that federal prosecutors would file criminal indictments sometime after Jan. 1, 2005.
The Lincoln County Commissioners are reviewing proposed guidelines for a revolving loan fund to be administered for economic development by the Lincoln County Port Authority.
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