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State trappers recognize Sanders County legislators

Sen. Jennifer Fielder and Rep. Bob Brown, both of Thompson Falls, have received the 2019...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol James Muster, Jr., 59, careless driving, $175; criminal possession of dangerous drugs, 1st offense, $85. Kim Bay, 58, DUI,...

Sheriff's Log

Sunday. September 8 Disturbance, Hot Springs. Nuisance complaint, T. Falls. Sexual assault, T. Falls. Suspicious activity. Theft, Plains. Fire, T....

Health department encourages preparedness

September is preparedness month and Sanders County Public Health is helping families be prepared in “Preptember.” With kids going back to...

FWP to pay for CWD testing

In 2019, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) continues to monitor chronic wasting disease (CWD) in high-priority areas in parts of northern,...

Fall prescribed burns planned

The Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District is planning to implement prescribed burning and pile burning in several areas this fall as conditions...

DPHHS warns of vaping dangers

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) is urging Montanans to consider not using e-cigarettes, also known as vaping, while an...

Josey, Justin pace Hawk harriers

Josey Neesvig and Justin Morgan have been turning some heads by the way they are leading the...

A CLARK FORK ADVENTURE

Even with leg cramps, Andrew Ordelheide poured on the speed on Combest Creek Road, motivated by...

Darby dodges Plains Horsemen

PLAINS – A simple matter of youth. The young Plains Horsemen had their chances in Saturday's game...

Heat halt Rebels 25-13

Call them the Eveready Savage Heat, they just keep winning and winning and winning… Coach Jim...

Cats claw past Hawks

ALBERTON – The 8-Man football game has been very good to the Thompson Falls Blue Hawks so far...

Noxon survives trip, wins

by John Hamilton The power is with the Power/Dutton-Brady Titans so far this fall, and the Noxon Red Devils hope to shut that power down. In an...

Devils battle opponents, strep

As if contesting against other teams is not enough, another road block has been thrown in front of the Noxon Lady Red Devil volleyball team, and...

Hill gang ends play

The Over the Hill gang called it a season at River’s Bend with one final round Monday morning, playing a round of “Cheaters’ Golf” for their...

Upbeat Hawks sweep two

Upbeat. One word that describes the kind of a day the Lady Hawk volleyball team enjoyed Saturday as they doubled up for road matches in Deer Lodge...

Trotters assert selves - win 3

Until, and if, some other team eventually supplants them, the Plains Trotters are still the defending District 14C champions, and should be treated...

Montana Mavericks start season

It was a little like a precision drill team, but with music, and no rifles, flags or pompoms. It...

2019 Sanders County Fair - 4-H Results

Aldridge, Ben: Little Bitterroot: Swine Interview, Swine Market Interview, Blue; Corn hole boards,...

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO • SEPTEMBER 25, 1969 TRUSTEES OKAY BOND ELECTION FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING A...

BIRD'S EYE VIEW

Crews have been working to paint the Yellowstone Pipeline structure that crosses the Clark Fork...

Local Extension Office welcomes new employee

Ashley Devol-Haun has joined the staff at the MSU Sanders County Extension Office as...

Crafters to showcase talents at bazaar

Trout Creek will host its first annual Handcrafted Bazaar this fall as the Lakeside Motel & Resort will sponsor the event at their venue. On...

Oktoberfest celebration on tap

The Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge is planning an authentic Oktoberfest celebration this weekend to welcome in the fall season. Saturday beginning at...

Melodrama set for Paradise stage

The Paradise Players present “Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch” later this month at the Paradise Center. The melodrama will be performed at 7:30...

Cancer Network plans fall extravaganza

Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) announced recently that thier annual Fall Extravaganza will be Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Plains VFW. Doors...

NEVER FORGET

Pete Oakes of the Plains Volunteer Fire Department sets the U.S. flag at half-staff in honor of...

Lack of Internet access holds rural comunities back

Across Montana, thousands of students are headed back to school to begin a new year of learning and growth. Unfortunately, many students in rural...

Our Viewpoint

Children of the 80s and 90s grew up watching Zack and Slater on Saved by the Bell. We celebrated when Kelly chose Dylan in the 90210 finale and can...

Montana Viewpoint

It was fascinating last week to watch as British legislators did what American legislators would...

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