Sawyer Loney is Chinook's new Superintendent of Streets


October 4, 2023

Steve Edwards

Sawyer Loney poses in front of some equipment in the Chinook City Shop. Midsummer Sawyer was appointed the new Superintendent of Streets for Chinook. The Eureka native has been a part of the street maintenance crew since the spring of 2020 and stepped into the new position this past July. Sawyer's wife, Alex, is the Deputy Clerk for the city. The couple lives in Chinook and has an eighteen-month-old son.

Sawyer Loney became Chinook's Superintendent of Streets back in late July. He succeeds Jim Teel who retired after thirty-seven years with the city, most of it in the position Loney now holds. I caught up with Sawyer recently at the City Shop to learn a bit about his personal history, his career to date with the city and his thoughts about how he might shape the position he now holds.

Sawyer Loney's background

First, I was curious about Sawyer's first name. He hails from the Eureka, Montana area and I thought maybe his family was in logging, a major economic driver in that region of the sta...

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