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Brain games challenge Plains students

The students of Plains High School and Junior High got to spend their last official school day of...

 

Elks sponsor 2018 Hoop Shoot

Competition ran high at the Elks National Hoop Shoot on Nov. 11. The Hoop Shoot was held at the...

 

LIL' FIGHTERS FUNDRAISER

Members of the community banded together at Pilgrim Creek Park in Noxon on Saturday for the third...

 

Senior bowlers gather at Rimrock

The competition remained steady through the third weekend of the Montana State Senior Bowling Tournament at the Rimrock Lanes in Thompson Falls....

 

Huckleberries bring the heat

The hottest days of the summer didn't stop hundreds of visitors from descending on Trout Creek for...

 
 By Callie Jacobson    News    August 9, 2018

Signs mark area's historical trail

Linda Haywood broke ground on her Road to the Buffalo sign project with two out of the three...

 

Couple's wrong turn leads to special meal in Hot Springs

The Hot Springs Tribal Nutrition Center had the opportunity to get a new dish on the menu during lunch on July 26. Sue Kim, who is originally from Sou...

 

VBS group takes time to enjoy soccer

Children of all ages were invited to come out and join the Vacation Bible School (VBS), that was...

 

Golfers go for green at Plains

Golf teams took to the course in Plains for the 7th annual Golf 4 Green tournament earlier this...

 

Bates boys take Tuesday honors

After Tuesday’s day of golf, the Harvest Foods team of Mike Bates, Tyler Bates, Caleb Bates, and Don Lake came in with the low team gross of 166. Lo...

 

A DAY AT THE RACES

Engines roared, dust flew, as racers took to the track for the third annual Lawn Mower Races at the...

 

Local charity chosen for Avista golf tourney

The 10th annual Avista Charity Golf Scramble will be held August 18 at the Rivers Bend Golf Course in Thompson Falls. This year Avista will be...

 

Festival prepares for sweet competition

If you love pie and have a bit of a competitive side, then the Pie Eating Contest at the Huckleberry Festival in Trout Creek is just what you’re loo...

 

CASA fundraiser set for Saturday

A fundraiser for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lake and Sanders County is set for 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Sanders County...

 

Snell earns trip to 4-H Congress

Madeline Snell, of Thompson Falls, earned first place at the 4-H State Congress for Fashion Revue. Snell was the only competitor in the senior age...

 

Swimmers head to state

The Piranhas took to the water for the divisional swim meet in Choteau the weekend of July 27. The different teams got to participate in a team walk....

 

Salon aims to pamper pets

Getting your dog looking their best doesn't have to be a chore. Michelle Easley has started a local...

 

Question of the week

GEORGE HOILAND, Thompson Falls – “Let’s clean it up America, it’s time for some tough love.” REGINA SKOCZYLAS, Trout Creek – “Give the...

 
 By Callie Jacobson    News    July 26, 2018

Local Town Pump honored for ID compliance

Employees of the Thompson Falls Town Pump C-Store fight against underage drinking by requiring ID...

 

Fellowship in the power park

Live music, great food, and face-painting are just some of what was found at the annual Chicken...

 

Morrison leaves legacy on local music festival

The vibrant sounds of the 15th annual Baroque Music Festival filled the nearly packed convert...

 

Wayside tourney benefits vets

Local veterans and members of the community took to the golf course Saturday to raise money for the...

 

Camp season in full swing for non-profit

If you're looking for a fun summer activity that is full adventure, the Project ASCENT camps might...

 

New business helps beat the heat

Danielle Wood of Thompson Falls is offering a little help in beating the heat this summer. Wood, a Pampered Chef consultant in Thompson Falls who...

 

Artists prepare for ninth annual blues festival

The ninth annual Big Sky Rhythm and Blues Festival will be held on Aug. 3-5 at Pilgrim Creek Park in Noxon. There will be performances from 11...

 

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