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County offers new plan for dust control

To combat the excess of dust on county-maintained gravel roads this year, the Sanders County Road Department will be implementing a new method of...

Wolf trapper course set

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is offering a free wolf trapper education and certification course near Kalispell on Saturday, June 1, 2019. The...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Joshua Kifer, 45, failure to carry proof of insurance in vehicle, owner or operator, 1st offense, $325; driving while...

CLASS OF 2019

Sanders County schools will present their graduating classes of 2019 at ceremonies Sunday, May 26...

Keep your distance from young or injured wildlife

Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP advises...

Fair board welcomes new event manager

Melissa Cady, the new Sanders County Fair manager, attended her first fair board meeting last...

Officials warn of tick-borne diseases

As Montanans look to enjoy the outdoors this spring and summer, state and local public health...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 3; T. Falls, 6; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 1. Saturday, May 11 Animal issue, T. Falls. Partner/family member assault, T. Falls....

Runners hit the trail to Paradise

Almost a dozen runners from Sanders County took part in the annual 11 Miles to Paradise run over...

Time for your best

In track and field, the best time for your best is when it counts the most. Turning in some of...

View from the Sidelines

Kyle Lawson and Elizabeth Lampshire are in seventh heaven right now. How could they not be, given that they earned spots in this week’s State C...

Tyler, Katelyn lead Hot Springs into State C meet

Senior Tyler Carr and freshman Katelyn Christensen stood out for the Hot Springs Savage Heat team at the Western C divisional track and field meet...

Brown ties for 4th in State B meet

Ethan Brown is not just another good golfer, he is now a certified two-time All-State B performer...

Trotters win way to State B-C tourney

by John Hamilton Happiness is a Western B-C trophy. The icing on the cake is that along with that...

Altmiller, Paulsen advance to State C meet

And a pair of spear-throwers shall lead them. The State C meet will be held in conjunction with the...

Devil boys surge to 3rd in Western C

Call it a Red Devil redux, a revival of fortunes in Noxon track and field. Led by super-jumper Levi...

Hill players keep rouding the Bend

Thirty-four is a good number, some of the Over the Hill gang players just might remember when that was how old they were. Or maybe not, after all...

Wednesday men take a breather

The Wednesday Night Men’s League played a mid-season round just for fun last week but, rest assured, the golfing war will resume in earnest the...

Miss Montana visits Plains

A World War II airplane armed with a group of paratroopers invaded Holland just last week. The C-47...

FSPW bringing art outside

There are many ways of capturing the beauty of the great outdoors. Some take photographs, some...

New salon opens in Trout Creek

If you are looking for a new summer hairstyle, Melissa Totzauer has opened a new salon in Trout...

Question of the Week

ROB JOHNSON, Plains – “Get a good job and go to college. I went to college for three years but chose to be a skilled sheet metal worker....

Paradise Center continues to grow

The Paradise Center has been making strides in its development. In 1910, the Paradise School was...

Graduation

Peter and Glenda Milne of Whitepine ardently announce the high school graduation of their...

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • MAY 22, 1969 VINSON RODEO TO LURE CHAMPION COWBOYS A matched bull riding...

RIDING THROUGH THE RAIN

The Plains Backcountry Horsemen held their annual Poker Ride at the Jones Ranch for the fifth year...

SPECIAL VISITOR

THIS SWAN has been seen visiting Thompson Falls this month. Resident Jim Greaves captured the image...

Crime Prevention Tips

It’s spring in Montana and with the warmer weather the Thompson Falls Police Department usually sees an increase in property crimes. Here’s a...

Read 'Extreme Ownership'

Dear Editor, In reference to Blaine Blackstone’s Column “Leadership is a Privilege,” I have a copy of the book Extreme Ownership that Blaine...

Our Viewpoint

This weekend, Sanders County schools will start sending off their seniors into the real world as graduation ceremonies take place. We hope all the...

Adding a conservative opinion

I have never met Blaine Blackstone, but I appreciate his articles in The Sanders County Ledger. I know many conservatives that have not subscribed...

Street Smart

I had a completely different topic in mind for this week, but when there were calls to silence me I...

Roberta Gayle (Johnson) Ruguleiski

Roberta Gayle (Johnson) Ruguleiski, age 79, of Plains, Montana passed away Sunday, January 20,...

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