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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,...

 

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...

 

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 Elks...

 

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...

 

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 might...

 

Keeping it Green

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

 

Plains rallies for injured resident

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

 

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...

 

The Joy of Dance

Like little elves, young dancers have been busy preparing something to tantalize your senses this... Full story

 

Parade lights up Thompson Falls

"This was, by far, the best parade I've been a part of," said Joanne Burk, who just completed her... Full story

 

A father's legacy lives on

Mary Holo, who now lives in Eugene, Ore., wrote the following column in memory of her father,...

 

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO • DECEMBER 7, 1967 YULE LIGHTS BRIGHTEN FALLS FOR 18TH TIME The lights on the spruce trees along the north side of Main Street went up...

 

What inspires you?

LYNNE EATON, Trout Creek – "My family inspires me, especially my husband." BESS PUTNAM, Trout...

 

Book and bake sale boosts library coffers

It is not uncommon for businesses to open their doors to the public during the Christmas on Main...

 

Bazaar sells wares, donates to Sheriff

It was a busy yet productive day for vendors at the Annual Sanders County Christmas Bazaar. It was...

 

Local talent sings Christmas praise at Rex

"We were so glad for the community support, it is good to know people appreciate this little...

 

Ezra Michael Hartman

Casey and David Hartman welcomed son, Ezra Michael, Tues., Nov. 14, 2017 at 7:49 p.m. at Clark Fork...

 

Students paint Plains

Plains High School art teacher Kristen Cole sent her students out last week to "paint the town."...

 

Arts Council raises $2,700

The Sanders County Arts Council is one step closer to its goal of having a fully operational art...

 

Trout Creek School plans holiday event

Trout Creek School will ring in the holiday season with an arts program Tuesday, December 19, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The festivities will take place...

 

Edible art on display in Plains

Installing an air conditioning unit on a gingerbread house is a bit unusual, unless the builder is...

 

Lions decorate Plains

Now that Thanksgiving has passed the Plains Lions Club is helping residents get into the Christmas...

 

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO • NOVEMBER 30, 1967 HOW BLUE HAWKS GOT THEIR NAME How did the Blue Hawks get their name? W.C. (Slim) Moore of Spokane, former Thompson...

 

Did you have a successful hunting season?

JUSTIN MEACHAM, Thompson Falls – "Yes. I got a whitetail buck. I could have gotten an elk. It...

 

Library selling cookies, books

From sun up ‘til past sundown, there will be plenty to do Saturday, Dec. 2, for Christmas on Main Street. But one event is going to get its start tw...

 

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