Friday, July 01, 2022

Local News

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Troy, Libby students receive FSPW scholarships

It gives $250 to a student from each school who writes an outstanding essay about their experience in wilderness.

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Lincoln County man causes ruckus in courtroom

Hartman, who is currently serving a 3-year sentence in the Montana State Prison for criminal endangerment, uttered several profanities at District Court Judg...

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Libby Schools summer breakfast, lunch program runs to July 28

The Summer Food Service Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will run to July 28.

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Troy prepares for annual Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration

The celebration, more than 100 years old, will include the traditional fireworks display, parade and car show.

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Caution urged for fireworks users, recreationists during holiday weekend

The outlook for the July 4 holiday weekend is quite a bit different in Lincoln County than it was in 2021.

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No visitors allowed at Lincoln County jail after COVID-19 outbreak

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office received notice of its first confirmed positive case of COVID-19 in the detention center, according to a post on its social media page on June 28.

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Polson man gets prison time for posing as law enforcement

Pernell Dionne pleaded guilty plea in December 2021 to to a single count of impersonating a public servant.

Updated 1 day, 19 hours ago
Authorities seek Eureka man accused of killing father

Joshua Joseph Sauls, 23, has been charged with deliberate homicide in the shooting death of John Lewis Sauls.

Updated 3 days, 2 hours ago
Coeur d’Alene to host Western Governors' meeting in July

The three-day event will also convene regional experts to discuss wildfire, cybersecurity, supply chain issues and the housing crisis.

Updated 3 days, 2 hours ago
Libby man sentenced for officer assault

Judge Matthew Cuff gave 40-year-old Jay Waylon Carver a 4-year deferred sentence.

Updated 3 days, 2 hours ago
U.S. Forest Service moving ahead with Black Ram project

While Dan Hottle, Northern Region Press Officer for the U.S. Forest Service, realizes litigation could stop the project in the future, he said “We have to fi...

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County will pursue tax on recreational marijuana; city enacts ordinance

Commissioner Jerry Bennett said money from the tax would go to law enforcement or mental health services.

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Water safety program July 14 at Riverfront Park

There will be games and prizes for the children while adults learn skills that may save a loved one.

Updated 1 week ago
County's Crisis Intervention Team hopes to make a difference

The academy included first responders from various agencies in the county who respond to many situations across a broad spectrum of events.

Updated 1 week ago
Eureka man headed to state prison for sex offense

John Kendall Ellis, 35, pleaded guilty to a single count of solicitation to incest.