FIREWORKS ARE BANNED IN LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA
This article was sent to Visit NW Montana by the Lincoln County Commissioner Office.
Due to very high fire danger in Lincoln County, the county commissioners signed an emergency resolution on June 30, 2015 banning the use of fireworks, and any open fires, including campfires, countywide.
The ban went into effect at 12:01 a.m. July 1, 2015. The ban will continue until fire conditions improve.
Flathead Valley Community College and You
Jane Karas, president of Flathead Valley Community College, stopped by Eureka on today, June 23 for a community conversation. President Karas comes to Eureka and other outlying communities annually to listen to the ideas and concerns from residents. Since 1967, Flathead Valley Community College has promoted excellence in lifelong learning, focusing on student success and community needs. From a small group of people with a dream, the college has grown to have multiple campuses and programs in northwest Montana.
The Circus Came to Town!
My oh my! Who doesn't love a circus? Sitting in the stand watching the acrobats, mesmerized by the lion tamer, and of course laughing at the clowns' crazy antics. The Eureka Chamber of Commerce brought the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus to the Tobacco Valley on Friday, June 26th.
Eureka Head Start
What four year-old wouldn't want to spend some easy hours playing with other kids, learning neat new things and getting a healthy lunch? This is what Head Start offers to children. If a child is three to five years old, their parent can submit an application now to enroll the child in the upcoming 2015-16 school year.