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Thompson Falls fills district clerk position

"It has been great working with her and seeing her work ethic," said County Superintendent of...

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Lindsey Herron, 24, $20, day speeding. Michael Shulz, 41, $135 and $18.99 restitution, theft, 1st offense. Montana...

Septic updates present unique issues

Homeowners constantly encounter maintenance situations, including septic systems. For homeowners in ...

Plains council members sworn in

Members of the first town council meeting of the year in Plains had a busy night with more than a...

Suspended sentence for altercation

In 20th District Judicial Court on Tuesday, Judge James Manley handed down a suspended sentence to Tayler Dawson for an incident in May 2016. Dawson...

Fair preparations begin

There are still quite a few pages to turn on the calendar before Sanders County Fair takes place,...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 3; T. Falls, 9; Plains, 10; H. Springs 3. Sunday, December 31 Abandoned vehicle at Rehbein Ford, Plains. Trespassing, Plains....

Middle school students get outdoor lessons

Seventh grade students braved winter weather and took part in an outdoor field trip last Friday...

Ainsworth grant gets a second chance

The Ainsworth Park project in Thompson Falls is getting another shot at a large grant that would help complete the project. Last year, an...

FWP offers winter class

Women, get your skis and snowshoes ready! Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) is about to embark on a workshop embracing winter recreation. February...

Loyola outlasts Hawks

Although there is always a silver lining in defeat, this one had all the makings of a golden...

Red Devils on the rise?

Bart Haflich thinks his Red Devil boys are better than they have showed lately, and wants them to start proving that to him out there on the...

Hawks 5th in Ronan Duals

As much as Thompson Falls coach Ian Taylor liked last week's Western Montana Duals tournament in...

Bowling Scores

THOMPSON FALLS OVER THE HILL GANG W L Com’ Bak Kids 39.5 24.5 1st Security Bank 37 27 Leftovers 33.5 30.5 Fun Team 28.5 35.5 Joker’s Wild 28 36...

Lady Hawks play well but fall

The Lady Hawks may have not won on the scoreboard, but they did play a quality opponent very competitively in a hostile environment Saturday,...

Very, very good H-Men win

When the Horsemen are good, they are very, very good. The Plains Horsemen got off to a running start in 2018 last week, blasting past St. Regis 62-5...

Lady Hawk JV play away

Playing catch-up with the Thompson Falls Lady Hawk JV basketball team, coach Sandra Kazmierczak’s team defeated Florence 21-16 in Florence Dec....

The wild, wild 14C race

Welcome to the wild, wild, world of District 14C girls basketball. Things are heating up fast in the District 14C girls hoop race and it looks like...

P-HS grapplers compete well

It wasn’t as good as it could have been, but the Plains-Hot Springs Savage Horsemen grappled their way through the Western Montana Duals...

Heat hoop bros keep trying

Becoming a band of basketball brothers, the Hot Springs Savage Heat boys played two other Sanders County teams last week, falling to Noxon 50-27 on...

Strength in numbers

Standing room only is an overstatement for the scene at the Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge in...

TF teacher looks for clues to past

When it comes to researching history, it isn't often that you hit a road block down every turn. But ...

Sanders County Honor Roll - First Quarter

Dixon Elementary Fourth grade students that made the honor roll were Kaelyn Bixby, 3.13; Mark Ioli, ...

Frigid Forest

A frigid Christmas Eve of five degrees makes the shrubbery look like glass along the...

Gallery showcases local artists

When you enter the Sunflower Gallery on Main Street in Thompson Falls, you are met with a variety...

What is your best tip for dealing with winter?

LANNY PITTMAN, Thompson Falls – “Make sure you dress warm; make sure your vehicle is maintained; avoid driving when roads are too bad and watch...

Remember When?

EARLY RECOLLECTIONS ON THE FOREST BY BEN SAINT • 1907-1929 Continued from last week In every fire crew we seemed, somehow, to draw an agitator or...

FSPW hosts writer at anniversary event

Outdoor writer Rich Landers “retired” December 1, leaving The Spokesman-Review after 40 years as reporter and, for the great majority of those,...

Presidential race could be the next reality show

On Sunday at the Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey gave a proud speech while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement. Immediately,...

Strange bedfellows

Democrats constantly wonder why so many working people vote “against their own economic...

Richard Henry 'Dick' Nicol

Richard Henry "Dick" Nicol was born on May 5, 1931 to Bud and Pauline Nicol in Glasgow, Mont. He...

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