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Libby residents take plea deals in drug, child endangerment cases
An investigator in the current cases reported the Deloach couple had previous criminal histories in Pennsylvania.
Eureka area family seeks to conserve land for grizzlies
As avid animal lovers, the decision was a no brainer, Lisa Levine said. She added that the process was easy, guided by the Vital Ground Foundation.
Fur handling clinic scheduled for April 1
The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 287 Midnight Lane in Columbia Falls.
Libby Senior Center Menu for April
Home delivery or grab and go meals ready for pickup are available from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday or 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Biking the Sun Road to open May 5
The utilities project from the foot of the lake to the lodge is expected to be completed by May 15, but then the road will be reconstructed from Lake McDonald to North Lake McDonald Road through the summer. Folks...
FWP opens public scoping on proposed new wolf management plan
Gov. Greg Gianforte asked FWP to create a new wolf management plan with broad public engagement due to the interest in wolf management across the state.
City says its making progress on police situation
Chisholm also said that after the independent review, no criminal charges were referred to the attorney general.
April 1 deadline for elk, deer application permits
Hunters applying for special licenses and permits need to have a valid email address.
Western News readers will receive puzzle book
The popular monthly feature for readers of all ages that is inserted into the Daily Inter Lake on the fourth Sunday of each month will now be included with The Western News on the following Friday.
Troy man pleads guilty to choking woman
The man, who held his head in his hands at times during the hearing, said his memory of the day was spotty, but he did admit he choked her.
State seeks comment on plan to combine Libby Superfund cleanup work
DEQ will accept public comment on the draft documents until April 23.
Troy Library and Opportunity Center plans unveiled
Guests were shown plans that included community meeting rooms, public office space, a demo kitchen, tech lab/maker space, teen area and early literacy spaces...
Idaho governor signs firing squad execution bill into law
The Legislature passed the measure March 20 with a veto-proof majority. Under it, firing squads will be used only if the state cannot obtain the drugs needed for lethal injections.
Lincoln County election officials, clerk and recorder resign posts
According to County Human Resources Director Dallas Bowe, she had received letters of resignation from Clerk and Recorder Robin Benson and both employees in ...
Troy man accused of DUI homicide pleads not guilty
David Daniel Lefell was arraigned on the charges on Monday, March 20. He is currently lodged in the Lincoln County Detention Center.