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Candidate bikes through county

On her 550-mile ride through the seven counties of District 4, Monica Tranel, a Missoula Attorney...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance Calls: Hot Springs 5, T. Falls 11, Plains 9, Noxon 1, Paradise 3, Trout Creek 6, Dixon 2. Saturday, July 25 Suspicious activity, Plains....

Not guilty pleas to drug charges

A Hot Springs woman pleaded not guilty last week after being charged with one count of criminal possession of dangerous drugs. Meggin Gill was...

Rental business offers water fun

A new kayak and stand up paddleboard (SUP) rental business has opened in Thompson Falls. Christine...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Tyrell Moyer, 35, failure to carry proof of insurance, 1st offense, $285. Leah Dick, 32, day speeding, $70. Nathan Buck, 27,...

Health officials warn of scammers

Advances in technology and the prevalance of COVID-19 are augmeting the ability of criminals to take advantage of people. There are numerous ways...

Bridge completion expected in September

After opening one lane of the Clark Fork River bridge a week early, progress continues just west of Trout Creek. The bridge is limited to vehicles...

Wildhorse Showdown draws 15 teams

Neither the coronavirus nor near 100-degree temperatures could keep the nearly 200 co-ed softball...

Quarantine time for Wild Coyote?

Should the Coyotes be quarantined? The Wednesday Night Men’s league just caught the Coyote-20 virus, and more than 80% of the players in the...

Easy Street puts rush on Double H Dirt Works

Easy Street Autoworks won’t make this easy for the Double H Dirt Works boys. Double H Dirt Works golfers carded the low team gross, but the Easy...

A socially distant run

Run at your own pace, run at your own time, while keeping your distance from everyone else. This is the way road races are run during the COVID-19...

Plains church marks 50 years of service

It might be a couple months late, but nonetheless an exciting time for the Plains Alliance Church,...

Remember When?

70 YEARS AGO AUGUST 9, 1950 HUCKLEBERRIES PLENTIFUL Berries are plentiful on most of the high...

TF students takes f light in camp

A small group of kids in Thompson Falls have spent the last two weeks learning how to operate and...

Question of the Week

BEBE TOWNSEND KENNEDY, Thompson Falls — “Being in the air conditioning.” BELLE COOPER, Thompson Falls — “Swimming, because you get a...

CLASSIC CARS ON DISPLAY

Dozens of cars gathered on the lawn of the Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek last weekend. First...

Paradise fire escape a unique piece of history

One of the most recognizable features of the iconic Paradise schoolhouse, which is now a museum and...

MOTHERLY LOVE

A whitetail fawn shows a little tenderness for mom just west of Plains. Though it was eating grass,...

Modern Homesteader

As a new beekeeper, one of the many fears that comes with the beekeeping life is the loss of a...

SHADES OF SUMMER

A heron swoons over a marshy shoreline of the Clark Fork River near Thompson Falls recently. The...

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. Rust 5. Sartre 11. Epha 12. Ecologist 16. Eris 17. Mo 18. Radar 19....

Board needs to put forth effort

Congratulations to Melissa Cady, Sanders County Fair Manager, and the Sanders County Fair Board. It only took seven months and an email from Jason...

Montana Viewpoint

As I read of the use of federal officers sent to Portland against the wishes of the Governor of...

Our Viewpoint

As August begins, thoughts naturally turn to reopening schools. We are not going to debate the decision to send students and staff back to school...

Joyce Dell LaFriniere

Joyce Dell LaFriniere went home to her Lord on July 29, 2020, while at Hot Springs Health and...

Audrey Ann Flockerzi

Audrey Ann Flockerzi, 83 fell asleep in death surrounded by close family on July 25, 2020 at her...

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