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Plains hires new town judge

The Plains Town Council unanimously voted in a new town judge at last week's monthly meeting. Tom...

Cows killed in accident

A truck that was hauling cattle overturned pulling off of Highway 200 W just outside of Trout...

Couple sets up consignment shop in T. Falls

David and Sandrea Roussy have opened a new store in Thompson Falls, MontanaFancy Inc. Indoor...

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Dakota Cheyenne Irvine, 16, driving without valid license, $135. Careless driving, $85. Christopher Michael...

Residents oppose decay ordinance

It was standing room only at the Plains Town Council meeting at City Hall last week, when council...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 9; Plains, 2; H. Springs, 3. Sunday, June 3 Dogs at large, T. Falls. Citizen concern over an airplane, T. Falls....

Blue Slide Road open to all traffic

Blue Slide Road is open to all traffic following stabilization work. At the beginning of May, a...

Grizzly bear killed in the Swan Valley

A black bear hunter shot and killed a grizzly bear in the Swan Valley. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks personnel responded to the incident that...

T. Falls council reviews noise, decay ordinances

On Monday, the Thompson Falls City Council passed a second reading of a proposed noise ordinance. The ordinance has been reviewed by community...

Northern Lights re-elects directors

Northern Lights electric cooperative (NLI) congratulates Board election winners for District 2...

Cougs to host 2 twinbills

If you haven't seen them play yet, this weekend's games in Plains could be the last chance you get...

One more game

The much-decorated Thompson Falls student-athlete Jase Sorenson got the chance to play one more football game as a Blue Hawk, before flying away to...

T-Falls lady bowlers compete in Helena

April and May were busy months for 16 lady bowlers from Thompson Falls. Participants in the State Women’s Bowling Tournament made their way to...

Big Bull Sports bulls into Tuesday fray

Look who has bulled their way into contention in the ultra-competitive Tuesday Night Men’s League. Shooting the low team gross of 182, Big Bull...

Hagedorn, Coyotes pace Wednesday play

Hagedorn Land Surveying shot the low team gross and the Wild Coyote team the low net to highlight play in Wednesday Night Men’s League play at...

Stampede thunder to third

Wildhorse Youth Soccer's senior team took third place at the State Cup in the under-17 division...

Over the Hill gang gathers at the Bend

When you are over the hill you are on the golf course. Or you could be at least. Staring down chilly weather with some hot golfing action, the Over...

Huckleberry Festival sale digs into the past

As Sanders County prepares for the county-wide yard saleing event next weekend, June 22 and 23, the Trout Creek Huckleberry Festival is going... Full story

Outdoor learning at its best

The Naegeli Ranch seems to be the epicenter for outdoor recreation. For more than 20 years, the...

Question of the Week

PATIENCE SMITH, Thompson Falls – “Definitely, a faith in God. Dad was a preacher. He taught us to love each other, and to trust in Him. Dad...

Looking for a ride

Local real estate agent Dave Bennett was surprised to find a brown bear in the back of his truck...

Hot rods and horses in Hot Springs

It is a celebration of Hot Springs history and a festival of fun and food. Hot Springs Homesteader...

Thompson Falls Pool Opens

BIG JUMPS - Kids enjoy a sunny day at the Thompson Falls pool, which opened on Monday. From left...

ADVENTURES IN ATV-LAND

ADVENTURES IN ATV-LAND Participants wrap up their ride at the 14th annual Cabinet Ridge Riders ATV...

MOUNTAIN TREASURES

Noxon grad retires from Air Force

Master Sergeant Keome L. Madden’s retirement ceremony was held on May 18th to celebrate her extensive career in the United States Air Force. She... Full story

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO • JUNE 13, 1968 HEATERS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Over 125 friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Heater attended an open house...

Montana Viewpoint

Remember that quaint little notion called usury? If you’ve ever borrowed money or used a credit...

Our Viewpoint

We have Veteran’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day and Armed Forces Day. There are many holidays that recognize those who have served our...

Patricia Ann Puphal Sularz

Patricia (Pat) Ann Puphal Sularz, age 81 of Gold Canyon, Ariz., passed away in Seattle, Wash., on... Full story

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