Stories for October 2004

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Friday, October 29

October 29, 2004 midnight

Council to take funding requests

The Libby City Council on Monday will be considering requests for grants from the city¹s economic development fund adding up to more than is left in the account.

October 29, 2004 midnight

Heavy voter turnout expected

A heavy turnout is expected on Tuesday as local voters cast their ballots in a variety of national, state and county races along with a number of statewide ballot issues.

October 29, 2004 midnight

Mines Management hosts reception

Mines Management Inc. is hosting a public reception and presentation on Wednesday, Nov. 3, of their plans to continue pursuing the development of the Montanore Project south of Libby.

Wednesday, October 27

October 27, 2004 midnight

Incumbent Rehberg strives for choice seat of House seniority

U.S. Rep. Dennis Rehberg is seeking a third term in the House of Representatives, a term he hopes begins to bear fruit for Montana as he gains more seniority.

October 27, 2004 midnight

Challenger Velazquez seeks to unseat usual partisan politics

Democratic candidate Tracy Velazquez of Bozeman is hoping to unseat Republican incumbent Denny Rehberg in next week¹s congressional election.

October 27, 2004 midnight

Council votes to nix LADC use

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

Friday, October 22

October 22, 2004 midnight

Robbery reported at Eagles

The Lincoln County Sheriff¹s Office is investigating a reported armed robbery that occurred Sunday night at the Eagles Lodge in Libby.

October 22, 2004 midnight

LADC mulls turning over funds to port authority

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

October 22, 2004 midnight

General hunting season opens Sunday

By Roger Morris Western News Publisher

Wednesday, October 20

October 20, 2004 midnight

Troy woman poses for motorcycle calendar

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

October 20, 2004 midnight

Ballot to decide school¹s fate

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 20, 2004 midnight

Realtors report good year

By Roger Morris Western News Publisher

Friday, October 15

October 15, 2004 midnight

Flu clinic draws big crowd

Two hundred and seventy-four people received flu shots Wednesday and the county health nurse had to close the door a little early at the Libby Senior Citizens Center.

October 15, 2004 midnight

Student numbers brighter

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 15, 2004 midnight

California man charged in rape

A convicted sex offender from California has been arrested on charges of forcibly raping a Fortine woman within weeks of his arrival in Lincoln County.

Wednesday, October 13

October 13, 2004 midnight

Turner lodge under construction

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 13, 2004 midnight

Flu vaccine clinics revived

Flu vaccine clinics sponsored by the Lincoln County Health Nurse are back on schedule following a brief moratorium when it was learned that only 50 percent of the vaccine would be available in the U.S. this year.

October 13, 2004 midnight

Wood stoves top air quality discussion

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

Friday, October 8

October 8, 2004 midnight

Libby students score above average

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 8, 2004 midnight

LADC to consider request for pool design

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

October 8, 2004 midnight

KHC, schools reach donation agreement

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

Wednesday, October 6

October 6, 2004 midnight

LCC program serves as springboard for jobs

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 6, 2004 midnight

Council gives golf course go-ahead to $1.5 million

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

Friday, October 1

October 1, 2004 midnight

CARD prepares new proposal

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter

October 1, 2004 midnight

Fly fishing diva

By Paul Boring Western News Reporter

October 1, 2004 midnight

Council OKs funds for Turner, port authority

By Brent Shrum Western News Reporter