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Little Bitterroot expands

The Little Bitterroot Services is expanding its services to the community by opening a new store in...

County updates property tax bills

Tax bills for property owners in Sanders County will be mailed later this month, and property...

Stolen car flips into Clark Fork River

The Montana Highway Patrol is looking for a person who drove a vehicle through a guardrail at the Sanders County Fairgrounds bridge early Saturday...

Teen shares vaping struggles with area schools

Sanders County Tobacco Prevention Specialist The need to fit in socially is powerful. The need for...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Plains, 9; Hot Springs, 8; Thompson Falls, 7; Dixon, 1; Noxon, 1. Monday, September 30 Animal, Plains. Juvenile runaway, Noxon....

FS completes trail work

The Forest Service, with the help of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and the Montana Conservation...

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Latisha Muneoka, 31, speeding in restricted zone, $95. Joel Jonassen, 28, operating with expired registration,...

Community discusses human trafficking

What is human trafficking? It is a form of modern-day slavery, according to Natale Adorne. It is a...

GEAR UP awards grant

At the Thompson Falls School Board meeting on Monday, Superintendent Bill Cain said that the school again received the GEAR UP grant in the amount...

TF seeks input on growth policy

The Thompson Falls Planning Board is working on creating a new growth policy for the city. The growth policy will be a community plan and guide for...

Blue trumps Black in Sanders County rivalry game

PLAINS – The Black-and-Blue Game is back. For the first time since 2014 and for the first time...

It's officially unofficial - Hawks host Western B-C meet

It's officially unofficial, and Thompson Falls cross country coach Sarah Naegeli likes it that way....

Heat are legit

For real. If there were any doubts before, there aren't anymore – the Hot Springs Savage Heat are...

Bash sisters blast past foes

Maybe they should be called the Bash Sisters. If you put the ball in front of them up at the net,...

Lady Red Devils win two more

Chalk up two more wins for the Noxon Lady Red Devils. Coach Teri Wilkinson’s Lady Red Devil volleyball team swept past Darby 25-27, 25-22, 22-25,...

H-Men seek homecoming revenge

How about a little revenge, served up homecoming style? Coach Eddie Fultz and his Plains Horsemen (2-3 in league play and overall) will host the...

Devils eye test with Gardiner

This is only a test, a test to measure the playoff desires of a certain West End team. Coach Bart...

Savage Heat netters get it right, win

Western Montana’s newspaper had it wrong; thankfully, the Hot Springs Savage Heat girls made it right. The Heat’s Saturday night match with...

Trotters bounce back

Call it the bounce-back effect. Coach Jesse Butcher’s Plains Trotter volleyball team has not lost a match since falling to Sanders County rival...

Lady Hawk JV win

Coach Lisa Mickelson’s Lady Hawk JV volleyball team swept Troy in three sets at TFHS Thursday. Dani VanHuss hit eight kills to lead the Hawks in...

County students learn about water

Sanders County fifth and sixth-grade students took part in the 17th annual Water Festival recently....

Noxon fans enjoy new scoreboard

For thousands of communities across the U.S., high school football is a big deal. The whole town...

Fundraiser draws small crowd, big bucks

The Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) will now be able to help more than a dozen cancer...

Lil' fighters organize festival for Harlee

Despite the cold, rainy weather on Saturday, the community came together once again to have some...

Question of the Week

LYNDA BRANSON, Trout Creek – "No. Definitely not. Those Democrats have been after him since he was elected. They are guilty of everything they...

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 11, 1979 PRISONERS TO OCCUPY NEW QUARTERS SOON Unlike the concern voiced by Warden Roger Crist about moving the Montana...

MOOSE ON THE LOOSE

A YOUNG BULL MOOSE wades in the Clark Fork River near Thompson...

County encourages residents to walk for health

Sanders County Public Health invites the public to take part in Walk with Ease, a self-directed program aimed to increase overall wellness. The...

False charges are a crime

Editor: To all who are stupid, or who have never read the Constitution, or if having read it did not understand the plain language contained...

Street Smart

As a buddy of mine used to say as we watched the lunacy around us every day, “The hits just keep...

Our Viewpoint

The first quarter for local schools ends in a couple weeks. The leaves are changing. We’ve had our first snow. It’s time to start preparing for...

James Raymond Flory

James (Jim) Raymond Flory passed away on September 23, 2019. There will be a private family service...

George Phillip Austin

George Phillip Austin was born on November 24, 1935 to Laura Strong Austin and Alvin Emil Austin...

Chucky Jack Jones

Native Chucky Jack Jones, 52, of Thompson Falls unexpectedly passed away Sunday, October 6, 2019. He will be greatly missed by so many. Full...

Michael George Gross

Michael George Gross, 67, of Thompson Falls passed away on October 2, 2019 at the Montana State...

Donnie (Doni) Kathleen Boyer

Doni was born October 24, 1944, to Donald and Lillian Boyer in Seattle, Washington, and passed...

Irene Mae Chenoweth

Irene Mae Chenoweth, 85 of Trout Creek Montana passed away September 18, 2019 surrounded by family. She was the daughter of Beryl and Walter Watson....

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