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County offers plan for Paradise sewer project

Sanders County Commissioner Tony Cox is tired of the sewer project dragging on so long, along with...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Jennifer Kosmicki, 31, driving under the influence, 1st offense, 180 days jail with all suspended, $935. Richard Wheeler, 58,...

Defendant pleads not guilty to charges

Matthew McCrossen appeared before Judge James A. Manley in the 20th Judicial District Court on Tuesday for his arraignment on multiple charges....

TF student wins business contest

The Prospects is a business pitch competition for Montana high school students to submit their...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 6; Plains, 4; Trout Creek, 2; Hot Springs, 2; Paradise, 1. Monday, May 16 Juvenile criminal, Hot Springs. Warrant service,...

TF receives remaining sewer funding

The City of Thompson Falls has received funding from the USDA Rural Development program for phases three and four of the community wastewater...

County prepares for annual e-waste event

This year’s annual e-waste recycling event will take place June 4 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Sanders County transfer site in Thompson Falls....

Satellite offices to assist voters

The primary election is less than two weeks away, and hundreds of absentee ballots have been casted by Sanders County voters. Of the 6,293 absentee...

Whitefish CU wins fun night play

Whitefish Credit Union were the Wednesday winners of the 13-23-33 fun night last Wednesday, turning in a score of 67. Ricky Hagedorn shot the low...

Track teams prepare for state meet

The Western B and C Divisional Track Meet was held in Frenchtown last week. Athletes from class B...

Quik Stop takes fun night advantage

Noxon Quik Stop made quick work of Tuesday's 13-23-33 game for fun night play last week, turning in a score of 65, while Dave Garr shot the low...

BLUE HAWK TRIATHLETES

Thompson Falls High School celebrated their three-sport athletes last week, recognizing the...

DIVISIONAL SHOWDOWN

When two teams meet, there has to be a winner and there has to be a loser. The Thompson Falls-Noxon...

Hill Gang takes over River's Bend

The Over the Hill Gang enjoyed another busy day on the links Monday as 26 golfers met at River’s Bend. Coming in with low scores were Gary...

Kalispell angler wins Mack Days

Nine weeks of the 2022 Spring Mack Days Fishing Event has ended with a total of 21,013 lake trout entries being turned in by two hundred lake trout...

Liz, Lana lead ladies

Liz Morkert and Lana Nolen had the luck for ladies' league last Thursday at River's Bend, shooting a low team gross of 114. Katie Miller and Madi...

Clark Fork boys secure second place, U12 moves into first

After a cloudy Saturday in Plains the Clark Fork Soccer Alliance Senior Boys have much to smile...

Equine group combines activities in poker ride

Playing a poker card game with ping pong balls might be a little unique, but the Wild Horse Plains...

Plains science teacher readies for retirement

It's time for one Plains High School science teacher to hang up his Bunsen burner, calorimeters and...

ENDINGS AND BEGINNINGS

Family and friends packed the school gym Sunday to celebrate Noxon's graduating class of 2022....

Question of the Week

APRIL BATEMAN - “I think they are wonderful, they are overworked and underpaid. We owe everything to them!” JAMIE McKENZIE, Trout Creek -...

Families enjoy return of kids' fishing day

There has not been a kids fishing day in Noxon for over two years due to the pandemic, but the...

Online map highlights local recreation

Kaniksu Land Trust (KLT) and Sanders County Community Development (SCCD) continue to coordinate as the two organizations implement activities that...

Walker Lee Fisher

Proud parents Hope Slater and Owen Fisher of Kalispell welcomed the birth of their first child, son... Full story

Legion, VFW raise new flag at TF cemetery

Members of the Thompson Falls American Legion as well as members of the Plains VFW came together...

Students get credit for racing

Racing cars on school grounds is generally frowned upon, but it was actually encouraged by the...

Remember When?

105 YEARS AGO • MAY 17, 1917 RIVER GOES UP, THEN DOWN Stream Swells to Flow of 107,000 Second Feet The Clarks Fork River dropped in flow...

Montana Viewpoint

The Montana Primary election is coming up and I have been thinking about the choices I face in my rural Montana county. I don’t ask a lot of...

Our Viewpoint

My whole family got COVID recently. Ironically, we were all gathered at a funeral for my uncle, who passed away last fall, from COVID. I'm proud to...

Rowan works tirelessly

Editor I want to express my support for Mayor Dan Rowan in the upcoming election for Sanders County Commissioner. Even though I do not relish the...

Sewer solves public need

If you read the local newspaper with any regularity, it would be hard to not be aware of the turmoil in Paradise over the proposed sewer. This is...

Leona Marie (Bruce) Ressler

Leona Ressler, long-time resident of Trout Creek, Montana, passed away on the morning of May 14, 2022. She was born Leona Marie Bruce on December... Full story

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