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TAYLOR INMAN

Daily Inter Lake

Taylor Inman covers Glacier National Park, health care and local libraries for the Daily Inter Lake, and hosts the News Now podcast. Originally from Kentucky, Taylor started her career at the award-winning public radio newsroom at Murray State University. She worked as a general assignment reporter for WKMS, where her stories aired on National Public Radio, including the show “All Things Considered.” She can be reached at 406-758-4433 or at tinman@dailyinterlake.com.

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65 years of show tunes and hard work at the Bigfork Summer Playhouse
May 22, 2024 midnight

65 years of show tunes and hard work at the Bigfork Summer Playhouse

Under the reins of Don and Jude Thomson, and their son Brach, the Bigfork Summer Playhouse has become one of the most notable small-town professional theater companies in the country, not missing a single season in its 65 years.

Flathead County Library trustees open search for a new logo to the public
April 2, 2024 midnight

Flathead County Library trustees open search for a new logo to the public

Have an idea for the new Flathead County Library logo? Library board trustees are taking submissions and suggestions on designs leading up to their next board in April.

Construction on new Bigfork library makes strides toward summer opening
March 20, 2024 12:05 a.m.

Construction on new Bigfork library makes strides toward summer opening

Monica Pastor used to walk herself down to storytime at the Bigfork library back when she was a kid running around the village in the 1980s.

ImagineIF Libraries returns to original Flathead County Libraries name, hires Dugan as new director
February 23, 2024 midnight

ImagineIF Libraries returns to original Flathead County Libraries name, hires Dugan as new director

The county library system’s board of trustees voted Thursday to drop the ImagineIF Libraries brand and revert back a moniker last used a decade ago.

Community members take up zoning effort in Lakeside
May 11, 2023 10:30 a.m.

Community members take up zoning effort in Lakeside

Galvanized by a controversial development that is nearing completion despite deep community opposition — owing in part to a lack of regulations — Lakeside residents are attempting to zone a portion of the unincorporated town and surrounding residential areas.

Transportation commission approves plans to accommodate Lakeside coaster
April 27, 2023 11:30 a.m.

Transportation commission approves plans to accommodate Lakeside coaster

The Montana Transportation Commission approved another step necessary for a controversial alpine coaster to open near Lakeside after a meeting that saw vocal opposition from residents.

Meet new Bigfork Eagle editor, Jeremy Weber
March 22, 2023 2:15 p.m.

Meet new Bigfork Eagle editor, Jeremy Weber

A familiar face to many Eagle readers will soon be exploring even more stories in the community. Beginning with this issue, Bigfork Eagle Sports Editor Jeremy Weber is taking over all editor duties at the newspaper in addition to continuing to report on local sports.

Remembering Tina Lawler, a friend to all of Bigfork
March 15, 2023 midnight

Remembering Tina Lawler, a friend to all of Bigfork

You didn’t have to know Tina Lawler personally to feel like her friend. Working many different jobs through the years, it could be said she made her biggest impact as a clerk at Harvest Foods, where Bigforkians would go to great lengths to end up in her checkout line. When she died unexpectedly on Feb. 2, people who loved her came out of every corner of the community to express their grief.

Kehoe's Agate Shop owner talks gems, jewels and family history
March 15, 2023 midnight

Kehoe's Agate Shop owner talks gems, jewels and family history

Every spring, Leslie Kehoe travels to eastern Montana to take in the green, rolling hills and do her favorite activity: birding.

March 15, 2023 midnight

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Community news briefs for the week of March 15, 2023.

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