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Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Lars Foley, 17, failure to carry proof of insurance, 2nd offense, $385; night speeding, $70. John Belknap, 67, speeding in a...

TC man pleads not guilty to charges

A Trout Creek man made his first appearance in district court on Tuesday, pleading not guilty to charges after allegedly attempting to start a fire...

First phase of Hwy 200 project complete

Traffic is flowing a little faster east of Thompson Falls as the first phase of a project to widen 2.7 miles of Highway 200 wrapped up this week....

TF reviewing court options

The Thompson Falls City Council is reviewing the way they hold court proceedings. City Attorney Naomi Leisz was recently elected as Sanders County...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 6; T. Falls, 7; Plains, 3; H. Springs, 3. Sunday, December 2 Motor vehicle crash, significant damage to vehicle, no occupant,...

SCCDC expands with new staff member

Sanders County Community Development Corporation (SCCDC) in Thompson Falls has expanded their staff with the creation of a new, part-time position,...

Shutout in the Shootout

Call it growing pains of the basketball kind. The young Thompson Falls Blue Hawks hosted the boys'...

Tigers out-point ice-cold Devils

Points are not supposed to be this hard to come by. The St. Regis Tigers spoiled the Noxon Lady Red Devils’ home opener 31-23 in Noxon Thursday as...

Hawks place four in Kinney Classic

Although their roster was reduced due to undisclosed reasons, the Thompson Falls wrestling team...

Slow good

Slow starts aside, the Noxon Red Devil boys look like they will be just fine. Coach Bart Haflich’s Devil overcame slow starts in both games last...

Griffin returns, Darby wins

Dealing with the return of Griff fell squarely on the lap of new Horsemen hoops coach Tyrell Allen....

Vanderwalls, Carey lead P-HS

Conrad Vanderwall and Josiah Vanderwall each won second place and Peter Carey third to pace the...

View from the Sidelines

Now you’re just somebody that I used to know…. It gave me pause when I heard this line in a song on the radio last week and got me to thinking...

Seconds count

A few extra seconds made all the difference. The Lady Hawks dropped a pair of games in the District 1B-7B Shootout in Eureka last week, falling...

Trotters run past Tigers

Don't be fooled by the Trotters' name; these Plains girls like to get out and run. There was no...

Quilts of Valor

HONORING THEIR SERVICE – A group of veterans were recognized for their military service when Ed...

On your mark ...

GET SET, GO! A group of bighorn sheep stands at attention in the Thompson River area recently. With...

Remember When?

W.B. RUSSELL TIMBERMAN By Mike Scott contributor to The Plainsman William Bruce Russell is best...

A sweet tradition in Plains

The nostalgia of holiday traditions is what keeps us looking forward to next year, and the next and...

Question of the Week

KENDA BRESTER, Trout Creek – “I’ve probably read five or six. I read mostly novels my mom hands down to me.” ELLEN BROWN, Thompson Falls ...

Teacher shares creative art of carving wood

You start by looking at people's faces, the whole point is that the width between the eyes is the...

Holiday memories in Paradise

"It gave me such great memories when I went to school here," said 94-year-old Betty Meyer after...

Elf-ing Around

NOXON SCHOOL COOKS Louise Chandler (left) and Cristina Summers have some fun at the Noxon PTO...

VFW conducts f lag retirement

A group of kids and military veterans braved the cold temperatures last week to give a batch of...

Bigotry is not the answer

Recently, The Sanders County Ledger published a column called “Street Smart” written by Blaine Blackstone, titled “Group hug mentally won’t...

Students did the right thing

To the high school students on the walkout about being harassed and bullied, good for you. I was not surprised that the administration did not...

Gratitude to handbell choir

The Neva Wood Memorial Handbell Choir, under the direction of Dan Whittenburg, entertained the Sanders County employees at their Christmas Party...

Montana Viewpoint

If you are involved at all in running a government, the first thing you need to learn is the Law...

Our Viewpoint

Let's face it, the holidays are full of stress. It's fun to get together with family and buy presents and see the excitement of Santa and holiday...

Charles Morland Neiman

Charles Morland (Mort) Neiman passed away on November 13, 2018, at the age of 89. Mort was born... Full story

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