Libby Montana News - September 2006

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Real Estate in Libby, Troy & the Yaak (September 17, 2006)
Guest article by Alice L. Hayes, Loveless Realty
Welcome to real estate in Lincoln County. We have the privilege of being longtime residents of a beautiful area in the “last best place”. It is always our pleasure to assist buyers wishing to relocate to our special corner of Montana. ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Cabinet View New 9 Holes (September 29, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
Area golfers will be happy next season when the "new nine" holes will be available for play at Cabinet View Golf Course. This is a view of one of two new lakes created for the addition to the course. ... FULL STORY
Fire restrictions lifted (September 14, 2006)
Stage I Fire Restrictions were lifted as of noon September 14 for the Northwest Montana Area due to cooler temperatures and recent moisture. ... FULL STORY
New Kootenai Forest maps available (September 12, 2006)
New Kootenai National Forest District maps are now available for sale at local District Offices and the Forest Supervisor’s Office. ... FULL STORY
Spay and Neuter Clinic (September 8, 2006)
In Eureka October 7- 8
There will be a "No-Cost Spay & Neuter Pet Care Event" at the Eureka Elementary School on October 7th and 8th. "This is a great opportunity for people to get their pets altered and to help decrease the serious problem of pet overpopulation," says Amy William ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Kootenai River (September 29, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
The weather has been perfect this week for getting out and enjoying northwest Montana in the fall. This is a view looking downstream below Kootenai Falls on Friday. ... FULL STORY
Judge denies Crismore petition (September 21, 2006)
Mayor Tony Berget: 'As of right now he is off the Council.'
by KLCB Libby News Radio
19th District Judge Micheal Prezeau has denied the petition of City Councilman Stu Crismore for a Writ of Prohibition, to prevent the Libby City Council from removing Crismore from office. ... FULL STORY
Frament reinstated to School Board (September 14, 2006)
by KLCB Libby News Radio
At an agenda meeting, not a regular school board meeting (Tuesday, September 12), the Libby School Board reinstated Jerry Frament to his seat on the Board. ... FULL STORY
Crash protection program Sept. 26 (September 14, 2006)
Physicians, Nurses and Educators will be Updated on Preventing Child Occupant Injuries
by St. John's Lutheran Hospital
Health professionals and educators will receive the latest information on protecting child passengers on Tuesday, September 26, 2006. ... FULL STORY
Libby City Council ordered to Show Cause (September 11, 2006)
by KLCB Libby News Radio
District Judge Micheal Prezeau has issued an Alternative Writ of Prohibition and an Order to Show Cause to the City of Libby in the Stu Crismore case. ... FULL STORY
Stu Crismore files legal action (September 8, 2006)
Asks to be reinstated to City Council
by KLCB Libby News Radio
Former City Councilman, Stu Crismore, has filed legal action against the Libby City Council, City of Libby and City Attorney Charles Evans. In papers filed in 19th District Court Crismore asks to be reinstated to his seat on the Libby City Council and to reco ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Mill Pond Motocross (September 24, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
Pro class riders catch some air during the Mill Pond Motocross race Sunday afternoon. It was a beautiful day for riding and watching the last race of the season at the track. ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Kiwanis Demolition Derby - 2006 (September 17, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
The Kootenai Kiwanis had 33 entries for their 2006 annual Demolition Derby on Sunday. After a tough battle, Byron O'Bleness took third place in the main event, with Eric Dodge second. Claiming first place and a $1000 prize was Tony Adams from Pablo. (Look for ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Nordicfest 2006 (September 9, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
A visitor to the Fjord horse show makes a friend Saturday. For more pictures of this year's Nordicfest, visit Libby Nordicfest 2006 ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Fur Trade Demonstration (September 8, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
Bob Malyevac displayed a beaver pelt Friday afternoon during a talk about the fur trade era. He and Jim Mee, both retired Libby teachers, talked about how they used the Forest Service David Thompson trunk in their classrooms. Fur trade era clothing and artifac ... FULL STORY
(26 pictures) Nordicfest 2006 (September 9, 2006)
It didn't rain on our parade
by Maggie Craig
Libby's 22nd annual Nordicfest celebration got under way Friday under a hot, smoky sky. It was a warm afternoon for the Runnerfell participants, with an afternoon high temperature of 95 degrees. Visitors to the food court didn't seem to mind, though, as eati ... FULL STORY
(1 pictures) Warm Weather (September 6, 2006)
by Maggie Craig
The weather is still good for swimming (for some) as daytime temperatures have climbed into the 80's and 90's all week. The weather looks mostly favorable for Nordicfest this weekend ... FULL STORY
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