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Wood's trial moved to July

The homicide trial for Danielle Wood has been rescheduled to July 20. District Court Judge Deborah "Kim" Christopher on Tuesday set the new trial...

State rejects wolf proposals

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission met February 13 to discuss proposed changes to wolf hunting and trapping seasons in Montana. After...

TF school appoints interim superintendent

The Thompson Falls School Board has selected Michael Magone to serve as interim superintendent after the recent death of Bill Cain. Magone is a...

Sanders County Honor Roll

NOXON SCHOOLS At Noxon Schools, students earning a grade point average of 3.25 to 4.0 earned a spot on the honor roll, and those with 3.0 to 3.24...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Kyah Sullivan, 21, operating with alcohol concentration of 0.02% BAC under 21, 1st offense, $335. Sean McCarthy, 25,...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: T. Falls, 5; Plains, 11; Noxon, 1. Monday, February 10 Burglary, Hot Springs. Protection order violation, Plains. Property damage,...

Group offers free safety inspections

Thompson Falls Woman’s Club in collaboration with the Thompson Falls rural and city fire departments are offering a free in-home inspection of...

January moisture boosts snowpack

Abundant moisture spilled into the Treasure State from the Pacific during January, boosting snowpack in all river basins to near or above normal for...

Vikings shade Heat in 14C showdown

HOT SPRINGS – There is some sickness floating around the Hot Springs Savage Heat girls locker...

STATE CHAMP

Thompson Falls sophomore Trae Thilmony brought home a championship medal from the state wrestling...

Lady Hawks win District 7B title, play Mission or Troy Thursday

The Lady Hawks could have ended up first, second or third. Taking control of their own hoop destinies with another inspired effort, the Lady Hawks...

P-HS wrestlers compete at State B-C

It’s the State B-C tournament and it’s like regular season wrestling on steroids; if you want to compete you had better be the best prepared you...

Trae triumphant!

Don't play wrestling games with Trae Thilmony. If you do try it, you run the risk of Thilmony...

Hawks finish with wins over Dogs, Vikes

Talk about finishing up on a high note. The Thompson Falls Blue Hawk boys completed regular season...

Devil boys nearly knock off Plains

The longer the season gets, the better the Noxon Red Devil boys seem to play. Continuing a season of improving basketball returns, coach Ryan...

Heat make Vikings say uncle

HOT SPRINGS – Can you say uncle? Come on, say uncle, it’s time. The Hot Springs Savage Heat boys held the Charlo Vikings’ feet to the fire in...

Trotters swamp Noxon, down Two Eagle River

The Plains Trotters have been doing a slow burn this season, gradually heating up, getting a little bit better every time out. Now that tournament...

View from the Sidelines

Once a champion, always a champion. When you win a state high school wrestling championship in Montana, it isn’t just for that moment or season or...

CASA raises awareness, funds at event

It might be a time to gobble up homemade chili, cornbread and pies, but the ultimate goal isn't to...

Kayrene Jewell Rayne Duval

Leigha Elder and David Duval welcomed daughter, Kayrene Jewell Rayne Duval, December 19, 2019 at... Full story

Youth bowling leagues bring kids together

Every Sunday the kids of Thompson Falls and surrounding areas gather at the Rimrock bowling alley...

Remember When?

110 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 21, 1910 HOLDUPS GET THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL Trout Creek Offenders Are Guests of...

SNOW RIDE

The Cabinet Ridge Riders held their annual snowmobile fun run on February 8. Despite not having...

Teacher says music student works hard

Hattie Neesvig is an 8th grade band student at Thompson Falls Junior High School in Thompson...

Poet shares work at Arts Council event

Community members last Saturday got to explore the spirit of Montana during a reading by Montana... Full story

MADE WITH LOVE

Cook Sami Helvey pours pink pancake batter on the Thompson Falls Elementary School griddle last... Full story

Question of the Week

ALEC WHITE, Thompson Falls – “Streaming, we do all the streaming, it’s better than paying for cable.” KIRSTEN HANDFORD, Thompson Falls ...

Trust supports arts in Sanders County

The arts have long been a significant part of education and entertainment in Sanders County. In large part that is due to the Rittenour Foundation...

Poking fun at ourselves

A few years back, there was a pious Norwegian Lutheran lady named Lena who had dealt with alcoholism in her family for some time. As a result of...

Our Viewpoint

"The truth is in the middle... progress is in the middle." Actor Harrison Ford made this comment on a recent episode of "CBS Sunday Morning" when...

City should have restrictions for cats just the same as dogs

I am a long-time resident, taxpayer and former dog owner and I would like to use this venue to ask the City of Thompson Falls to address the problem...

Montana Viewpoint

The abuse of presidential power for personal gain or revenge is nothing new, but its use has always been kept from public scrutiny because it was...

Edith Linnea Smith

Edith Linnea Smith passed away on February 13, 2020. Edie was born on April 14, 1932 to Erick and Clara Ranstrom in Missoula. She grew up with her... Full story

Wendy Reeser-Young

Wendy Reeser-Young, 62, of Livingston, Montana, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 9, 2020, at her home with the love of family at her side.... Full story

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