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Bundy to tell his side of story

Every fence splits two sides. High profile Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who was allowed to walk free this month from federal charges, has become...

Justice Court

Sanders County Attorney Ashley Petri, 28, $85, theft; $75, unauthorized use of motor vehicle. Montana Highway Patrol Andrew Bellinger, 33, seatbelt...

County officials first to file

Sheriff Tom Rummel, Clerk and Recorder Nichol Scribner and County Commissioner Carol Brooker have all filed for re-election in Sanders County....

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Thompson Falls, 8; Plains, 4; Noxon, 3; Hot Springs, 6; Dixon, 2. Sunday, January 7 Thompson Falls ambulance paged for woman with...

No contract yet between CFVH, Humana

Medicare recipients in Sanders County who formerly had Blue Cross Blue Shield coverage have until Feb. 28 to choose a new plan, and as of now Clark...

FWP, community talk possible hunting changes

Proposed hunting season changes were discussed last week as Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) met with community members on Jan. 9 at the... Full story

Bad news for you-two's

It was bad news for you-two's when Bigfork visited Thompson Falls for a boy-girl doubleheader last...

Haflich wants all 32 minutes

NOXON – Noxon Lady Red Devil coach Bart Haflich doesn't wants 16 or 24 – he want the full...

Making the west best again

Is the west becoming the best? If the Thompson Falls Blue Hawk grapplers and several other teams...

Red Devil boys split games

The Noxon boys basketball team won one and lost one on their homecourt last week, defeating Troy...

Ted Kato Invite returns to T-Falls for another run

The Kato just keeps going and going and going… One of the longest running regular season wrestling tournaments in Montana, the 2018 edition of the...

Horsemen stop Eagles, Devils

Plains coach Mike Cole wants more consistently good basketball play from his Horsemen. One thing his boys have consistently been able to do, and is...

It's supposed to be fun

Basketball is meant to be fun, Hot Springs girls coach Richard Jackson says, and he sometimes feels ...

P-HS surges to 4th place in Choteau

The Plains-Hot Springs Savage Horsemen were Choteau Classic team champions last year and are champions again after last week’s wrestling show, one...

Heat boys drop two

The Hot Springs Savage Heat boys don't have a lot of players – only six to be exact – but they...

Trotters win 14C wars

And the girls’ District 14C hoop wars rage on… Coach Jess Nagy and her Plains Trotters won two more 14C skirmishes last week, blasting past Two...

Celebrating 2018 on horseback

When cabin fever sets in, those who live the horseback lifestyle can't wait to get out and ride....

CFVH displays student work

Painting and drawing is just kid's stuff, but at Clark Fork Valley Hospital it's kid's stuff that...

Local organizations get boost from Phillips 66

Three local groups recently received donations from Phillips 66, a global company with local ties.... Full story

Cold Shoulder

A truck and trailer slid off the road on Highway 28 near Hot Springs last week. Several accidents...

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO JANUARY 18, 1968 10A PERMA CURVES, SHORT-CUT PROJECT SCHEDULED IN 1968 The Montana Highway Commission plans to call for bids in the...

Clues revealed in historical photo

Last week, we published a photo of the 1929 basketball team from Thompson Falls, calling out to...

Hot Springs students get new computers

“It was a bit of a surprise,” said Hot Springs School Superintendent Dr. Mike Perry. “I received a call from the office of Senator Daines...

Film premiere to raise funds for Search & Rescue

When you need them, they are there – so it only makes sense to support them and assist the vital group anyway possible. A Search & Rescue... Full story

Nonprofit gets kids outdoors

Giving all kids an opportunity to learn about the outdoors is the focus of Project ASCENT, a new non-profit based in Thompson Falls. Project ASCENT...

Resident dispels rumors of suit

Letter to the editor: Rumors abound in the west end of Sanders County. I can dispel one of those rumors. I am NOT suing Noxon Schools for bazillions...

Our viewpoint: If you see something, then say something

This week, California couple David and Louise Turpin were arrested and charged with torture and child endangerment after their 13 children were...

Taking care of our citizens

Editor, Jim Elliot’s recent op-ed explaining how we can vote against ourselves and our best interests and the article about how the community...

Glenna Marie Winebrenner

Glenna Marie Winebrenner of Hot Springs passed away Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, at St. Luke Community Hospital in Ronan at the age of 85. She was born... Full story

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