Lincoln County’s natural resources were the focus of a debate among the six Republican candidates for commissioner held Tuesday night at Elks Lodge. Don Cox, Dennis Souther, Lee Disney, Mike Munro, Jerry Okonski and Mayor Anthony Berget argued for a greater independence from federal and state governments that limit public access to local forests.
Since there are no Democrats running in the Lincoln County Commissioner race this year, voting in the June 3 primary will present a conundrum: Do you vote on a Republican ballot for county commissioner or on the Democrat ballot for the presidential nominee?
Although the Libby City Council voted on a resolution of intent to authorize up to $40,000 to begin the streetscapes' lighting and sidewalk improvements in their last meeting, May 6, concerns raised at a meeting last Tuesday have halted the project before it began.
Although the Libby City Council voted on a resolution of intent to authorize up to $40,000 to begin the streetscapes’ lighting and sidewalk improvements in their last meeting, May 6, concerns raised at a meeting last Tuesday have halted the project before it began.
Long-time Libby resident Evelyn I. Decker passed away at her home on Monday, May 19, 2008. She was born Oct. 20, 1917 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to George G.C. Earle of England and America and Edith Ranous Earle of Ann Arbor, Mich.
In the Western B track divisionals last Saturday in the Missoula County Stadium, Trojans Scott Harper, Allie Maestas, Aaron Palmer and Dalton Powell qualifed for the Class B State tournament in Bozeman, placing in the top five of their events.
After pulling out a win against AA Glacier at home last week (3-0), Libby stopped Corvallis in its tracks last Saturday at the Butte tourney, breaking their eight game winning streak and upping their losses to two, and raising the Loggers’ overall record to 16-3.
New data from the Environmental Protection Agency suggests that soil is a prominent source of exposure to vermiculite. Such a conclusion has the potential to reshape how the EPA assesses risk for remediation, as well as definitions for what it considers a “clean site.”
Orville “Pappy” Parker, 100, passed away on Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at the Kalispell Regional Medical Center in Kalispell. He was born on March 31, 1908 in Knowles, Okla. to James and Delphia (Erhard) Parker. He was one of eight children.