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Candidates connect with community at forums

Candidates for local political races gathered last week to share their views with the public. Two...

County warns of bacteria infections

Sanders County Public Health is warning residents of an outbreak of Campylobacter infections. Last week Public Health received eight confirmed...

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Katie Foley, 18, basic rule, reasonable and prudent, 1st offense, $135. Aimee Turner, 43, failure to carry proof of...

Gianforte highlights ag businesses

Governor Greg Gianforte was in Thompson Falls last week as part of his 56-county tour highlighting...

Fair looks to add youth event

The Sanders County Fair is fast approaching and the fair staff has most of the events and contracts...

Legion repairs, replaces crosses

Members of the American Legion at Thompson Falls spent a few hours working on marker crosses along...

Judge revokes suspended sentence

Cleveland Gun Hammer appeared in 20th District Judicial Court on Tuesday for a final disposition hearing on a petition to revoke probation. Gun...

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: Plains, 5; T. Falls, 2; Paradise, 2; Hot Springs, 2; Trout Creek, 1; Heron, 1. Monday, May 9 Suspicious activity, Trout Creek. Theft,...

Thinclads head to divisional

District track meets were held across the state last week with Noxon and Hot Springs competing in...

County athletes to continue competition

Taylor Angle has had a lot of first in her wrestling career. She was part of the first girls...

Good day on the green

The First Security Bank team consisting of Mike Baxter, Bill Nolen, Mike Thilmony and Scott Pardee performed the best in Wednesday night play at...

Hill Gang flips a coin

The Over the Hill Gang took a chance this week and flipped a coin in and Odd-Even game. Golfers flipped a coin to determine if they would count the...

Baxter finishes second in division

Junior Ellie Baxter of Thompson Falls is the last golfer left standing in Sanders County. She earned a berth in the State Tournament by placing...

Ladies tee off season

Teammates Barb Petteys and Kelly Wheeler performed in an outstanding manner during Thursday night play at River’s Bend last week. The team...

Easy Street tough on Tuesday competition

The Easy Street Autoworks team consisting of Ron Beaty, Dave Garr, Jens Jantzen and Charlie Hooten played astoundingly well in Tuesday night play at...

Antique gas pumps go to new owners

More than 600 people gathered at the Sanders County Fairgrounds Saturday to take a look at...

Conservation districts host free seed events

Last week, conservation districts in Sanders County teamed up to host a series of free seed handout...

Volunteers plant trees for Arbor Day

As part of ongoing conservation efforts, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group (LCFWG) and a handful of...

Student art on display at Plains school

Attendance from the community was low but excitement from the student artists was high. "I...

Plains wood carvers bring home honors

A group of Plains residents took part in the Montana State Wood Carvers Show earlier this month and...

RED DEVIL DAY

Noxon students were out in the community last Wednesday helping with various projects. They raked...

Remember When?

105 YEARS AGO • MAY 17, 1917 RIVER BOOMS; FLOOD DANGER If Hot Weather Continues River May Exceed Record of 1894 WASHOUT ON COUGAR GULCH Road on...

Question of the Week

BRANDY BRUMFEILD, Thompson Falls - “Everything.” STEVE BUCK, Thompson Falls - “Watermelon and mixed fruit salad.” BETH CATER, Thompson Falls...

Beren Joseph Zentz

Michael and Susannah Zentz of Thompson Falls are excited to announce the birth of their son, Beren Joseph Zentz, born May 10, 2022. Beren was born...

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. ROAR 5. SRI 8. TAB 11. AMBOS 13. HEN 14. RALE 15. DEBTS 16. ITS 17. ALAR 18....

Bache working for county

Editor: Last year the Plains Paradise Senior Citizens Center reached out to their communities for help when the heating/AC unit which services the...

Barber's experience speaks for itself

Editor, In January, my husband, Steve Regier, died suddenly and unexpectedly. Pat Barber, Sanders County Coroner, responded. Mr. Barber treated me...

Our Viewpoint

We sometimes take for granted that things that always seem to magically get done. Such is the case with the Sanders Saleing county-wide yard sale...

Keeping up with sheriff's department

I attended the Sanders County political forum last Tuesday. I thought it was very well organized and all the candidates were treated equally. Thank...

Read between the signs

An expression often used, “Read between the lines,” implies that one should interpret meaning beyond what someone says or does on the surface....

Do your homework during elections

I am writing this letter to the Editor of The Ledger in response to the article published April 21, written by Chelle Mitchell, titled Slice of...

Good news for conservation values

To the Editor, Two recent public opinion polls show good news and strong support for conservation values. Large majorities of Montanans show...

Loge willing to listen

Dear Editor, I don’t agree with many of Representative Loge’s positions on medical legislative matters. However we do agree that hearing aids...

Slice of Life

As I moved into adulthood it was a clear expectation by my parents that I would be an active...

Marsha Eileen Rounsley, Johnson, Aldrich

Marsha Eileen Aldrich was born May 2, 1947 to Ralph and Helen Rounsley in Vernal, Utah. Marsha...

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