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Montana ID cards being replaced

If you go in to renew your driver's license, you might be in for a surprise. Montana is in the...

Reaching to help other families

The face of the "traditional" college student is changing. When we think of college, we envision an...

Inmate dies in county jail

An inmate at the Sanders County jail died last Tuesday evening. An investigation has been initiated to determine the cause and manner of death,...

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Sarah Mckevitt, 27, fleeing from or eluding a peace officer, $235; reckless driving, 1st offense, $175; day...

AG Fox pushes for presciption regulation

by Shaylee Ragar UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism McKenna...

Change of plea in PTO theft

A Hot Springs woman will be sentenced March 19 after she was charged with theft of more than $4,000 from the Hot Springs Parent Teacher...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 5; T. Falls, 9; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 7. Sunday, February 10 Private intrusion alarm, T. Creek. Motor vehicle crash, SUV on its...

Advocates challenge people to be 'Through with Chew'

by Sandra Gubel Sanders County Tobacco Prevention Specialist Are you up for the challenge? In current commercials and advertising, 30-year rodeo...

Lady Red Devils wrap up play

PABLO – For a few Lady Devils this was the end but for others it was a new beginning. Although...

Trotters third in 14C tourney

PABLO – Call it the power of positivity. The upbeat Plains Trotters, after a season of...

Horsemen comebacks lead to trophy

PABLO – The battles won along the way will make the journey even more memorable. The...

Savage Heat boys fight way to fourth place in District 14C

PABLO – The Hot Springs Savage Heat boys fought the good fight in the District 14C tournament in...

Devil boys fall to Heat, H-Men

PABLO – The Noxon Red Devil boys completed season play at the District 14C tournament in Pablo last week, falling 57-48 to county rival Hot...

Blue Hawk boys open with Wardens

Fresh off a confidence-building loss, the Thompson Falls Blue Hawk boys will open the Western B divisional tournament against Deer Lodge at 1 p.m....

Lady Hawks tip off with Breakers

Looking to make some post-season noise, the Thompson Falls Lady Hawks will open the Western B divisional tournament in Ronan against Loyola Thursday...

Youth grapplers wrestle in Cyclops

As one wrestling season ends, another begins. With the high school wrestling season officially over with the conclusion of the Montana All-Class...

Heat girls lose 2 tough games

PABLO – The ones that get away make you play harder the next time you get a chance. The Hot Springs Savage Heat girls, after a disastrous second...

Sanders County Honor Roll - Second Quarter

Thompson Falls Elementary Students on the fourth-grade honor roll list were Alex Barrera, Aubrey... Full story

Bowling Scores

THOMPSON FALLS MONDAY NITE GALS W L Dangerous Dames 50.5 33.5 Talk of the Town 48 36 Rock’n Bowl 40.5 43.5 Rehbein Pin-up Gals 40 44 Nascar Freaks... Full story

Elks help keep Sanders County kids warm

This past year, the Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge received $4,000 in an Elks National Foundations...

REINDEER GAMES

PUT UP YOUR DUKES – Two deer battle it out in the snow west of Plains. The deer...

FWP seeks comment on easement

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) has opened public comment on a proposal to amend the Thompson-Fisher Conservation Easement to remove 1.63 acres...

Art Expression

Plains Navy veteran David Williams is well known for his artistic abilities. He is the master...

Question of the Week: What is your favorite local charity?

WILLIAM BUTTE, Thompson Falls – “Little Bitterroot Services in Thompson Falls. It helps people with special needs. They do good work down...

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • FEBRUARY 27, 1969 TWO VETERAN PACKERS END CAREERS FRIDAY Two of the real “old timers” among United States Forest Service...

Library to host media discussion

Thompson Falls Public Library will host the Montana Conversations program “What Happened to the News?” with Dennis Swibold on Thursday, Feb. 28....

Weigh options on sewer project

The information that we have been seeing on the sewer project is either for or against. I wanted to see some objective research. Does the sewer or...

Money for Nothing

There is no other nation whose citizens are better equipped to make moral judgments about total...

EDITORIAL: Keep your pets warm in winter weather

We have to admit, when we see someone carrying around a little dog in a fancy purse or walking their pup in a sweater or special outfit, we giggle...

Gabrielle Fink Beller

Gabrielle Fink Beller, 92, died February 15, 2019 following a brief illness. Gabrielle (Gaye to her... Full story

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