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Sheriff identifies Trout Creek shooter, victim

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office has identified the suspect in a Nov. 25 shooting as William Tyree. According to a statement released by Sheriff... Full story

Rescued dogs contract virus

The old adage, "no good deed goes unpunished," rings true again – as staffers at Thompson River...

A Love for Learning

Hattie Neesvig, a 12-year-old Trout Creek resident, is in her second season of sharing her love...

Remembering loved ones lost

Forty-one people took part in the 2017 Clark Fork Valley Hospital Hospice Tree of Life ceremony,...

Heated farewell for Plains mayor

Plains Mayor Greg Eitelberg hoped his final town council meeting would go quickly and smoothly – he was wrong. "I thought it was going to be a... Full story

USAC moves forward with Mexico operation

After years of waiting, Thompson Falls' U.S. Antimony Corporation's (USAC) subsidiary company,...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 5; Plains, 5; H. Springs, 4; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, December 3 Partner/family member assault, T. Falls. Arrests made...

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Christopher Mischenko, 35, $335, Obstructing a peace officer. Byron Ruen, 28, $120, day speeding. Jacob Young, 20,... Full story

Northern Lights issues refund checks

This month, Northern Lights, Inc. (NLI) electrical cooperative will distribute over $1 million of capital credit refund checks to its members who...

Public Notices

NOTICE TO CREDITORS FINCH & ASSOCIATES LAW OFFICE, PLLC Michelle R. Finch, ISB NO. 3382, MSB No. 4002 380 E. Parkcenter Blvd. Suite 200 Boise, Idaho... Full story

P-HS commemorates Kenny

Kenny will always be there now, looking in on the proceedings at his beloved Plains High School....

Blue Hawks champs in Superior tournament

by John Hamilton That championship look. The Thompson Falls Blue Hawk wrestling team not only has...

Lady Hawks don't back down - win

Lady Hawk coach Doree Thilmony does not want her team backing down to anyone, and that includes the powerful Three Fork Wolves, who are coming off a...

The barrage begins

Let the barrage of sports begin. A virtual barrage of high school sports is on tap for the next few weeks as the holiday season and its accompanying...

Where's the defense?

The Blue Hawks found some offense, now they need to find a little defense to go with it. Coach Jake Mickelson and his Hawks lost a high-scoring...

Lady Devil six splits games

If only the Lady Red Devils had more than six players… In spite of having only six players on their current roster, the Noxon girls improved their...

Bowling Scores

Brought to you by First Security Bank THOMPSON FALLS MONDAY NITE GALS W L Talk of the Town 30 22 Dangerous Dames 28.5 23.5 Whitefish Credit Union 28...

Red Devil boys improve to 4-0

Coach Bart Haflich knows that the true tests lie ahead, but his young Noxon Red Devil boys improved to 4-0 with another pair of wins last week,...

Lady Hawk junior varsity win and lose in tourney

The Lady Hawk JV split games in the junior varsity portion of the Three Forks Invitational last week, losing 48-30 to Jefferson and defeating Three...

Conspicuously good

For supposedly being in a rebuilding mode, the Plains Horsemen seem conspicuously good so far this season. The Horsemen ran their record to 3-0 by...

Rex to show vintage movie filmed in Montana

It's a cause that needs constant assistance, and an investment that pays out in dividends. The...

Plains rallies for injured resident

Santa Claus is known for giving presents, but last week he stopped in at Quinn's Hot Springs Resort ... Full story

What do you think has been the best invention?

CAROL SMITH, Thompson Falls – "Computer email. You Can keep in touch with your relatives and it doesn't cost you a thing." KATHY WINKLE, Sagle,...

Keeping it Green

The holiday season usually brings lots of happiness - and waste. On average Americans throw away 25 ...

Elks hoopsters move on to district tourney

Youth turned out to participate in the Elks Lodge Annual Hoop Shoot. Participants do their best to hit shots from the free throw line in elimination...

Interest shown for local scouts

Prepared. For life. The motto Boy Scouts of America base their program on. Preparing young boys physically, mentally and spiritually to become...

Elks gather warm gear for kids

What would you do for the community with $4,000? That was a question pondered by a group of ladies at the Benevolent and Protective Order of the...

Classes on successful farming offered

If you are a high school 4-H member and interested in making an income through farming or ranching, there will be classes offered in Plains you...

Montana Viewpoint: America's political parties are driving us apart

Do the political parties serve the people they claim to represent, or do they use the people as a tool to advance the agendas of the party power...

Our Viewpoint: Reality check for how you make people feel

When you work for any sizable company or are in a government position, you get sensitivity and harassment training. Lessons of how your actions and...

Remember When?

MEMORIES OF WHITEPINE (Excerpt from Crosscuts and Rails) By Helen Haase My mother, sister, and I arrived in White Pine late on the night of October...

Allen Dykstra

Allen Dykstra passed away Nov. 27, 2017 at his home near Thompson Falls after a long, hard battle... Full story

Richard (Dick) Edison Morkert

Richard (Dick) Edison Morkert passed away on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nev., due to... Full story

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