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HAYDEN BLACKFORD

Daily Inter Lake

Regional Reporter

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June 14, 2023 midnight

Libby officials begin work of rebuilding depleted police force

The Libby Police Commission, city officials and chief of police are working together to replenish the depleted ranks of the Libby Police Department.

Relocated Libby Food Pantry still providing for its community
May 24, 2023 midnight

Relocated Libby Food Pantry still providing for its community

After moving out of the defunct Asa Wood Elementary School in 2022, volunteers running the Libby Food Pantry are more than pleased with their new home.

Libby's O'Rourke sets his sights on space
May 13, 2023 midnight

Libby's O'Rourke sets his sights on space

Isaac O'Rourke, a 2021 Libby High School graduate and current student at Montana State University in Bozeman, attributes much of his success to hands-on classes he took in high school.

New Libby Police chief sworn in
May 6, 2023 midnight

New Libby Police chief sworn in

It’s official: Cody Ercanbrack is the new Libby chief of police.

Libby City Council approves Ercanbrack as new chief of police
April 26, 2023 midnight

Libby City Council approves Ercanbrack as new chief of police

Libby City Council approved the hiring of Cody Ercanbrack as the municipality's new police chief at an April 20 special meeting.

St. Ignatius man wages anti-compact ad campaign
March 31, 2023 midnight

St. Ignatius man wages anti-compact ad campaign

For many, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' water compact with the State of Montana and the United States is a success story both politically and practically.

Tester calls on Biden to tackle selenium pollution
March 24, 2023 10:49 a.m.

Tester calls on Biden to tackle selenium pollution

Ahead of President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada, U.S Sen. Jon Tester raised concerns pertaining to Northwest Montana in a letter sent to the White House, including ongoing selenium pollution in the region’s waterways.

March 8, 2023 midnight

Libby to lose another police officer

Mayor Peggy Williams announced the impending departure of the officer at a Feb. 21 Libby City Council meeting. The officer's exit comes after three other officers resigned in November 2022.

February 20, 2023 midnight

Lake County objects to water compact

Lake County commissioners unanimously voted Feb. 8 to object to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai’s water compact with the federal government and the state of Montana.

December 18, 2022 midnight

Water Compact objection period extended

The objection period in response to the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes’ (CSKT) water compact with the United States and the State of Montana has been extended for 60 days to Feb. 9.

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