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 By Ed Moreth    News    January 17, 2019 

Plains group meets to discuss pool issues

Swimming pools aren't exactly a hot topic during the cold winter months, but a group of people got...

 

A MILLION MILES

Pitching a no hitter in baseball is a feat, but driving a big rig more than 1.7 million miles withou...

 

Plains dinosaur gets a name

Dave and JoAnne Colyer have a name for their new service station mascot – Claire – named in...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    January 3, 2019

Airplane landing gear fails in Plains

A small aircraft had a mishap while in the process of making a landing at Penn Stohr Field, the Plains airport, on Saturday, Dec. 22. There were no...

 

Adults join gingerbread fun at Dog Hill Bistro

At Dog Hill Bistro, you can make your house and eat it, too... and a few people were seen munching...

 

Christmas Extravaganza comes to Plains

Santa Claus seemed to be everywhere Saturday. Kids and adults alike sat on his lap at McGowan's...

 

Dinosaur shows up in Plains

A dinosaur has a new home at the Sinclair Gas Station in Plains last week, but now the parents,...

 

VFW conducts f lag retirement

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

 

Plains students paint Christmas spirit around town

One Plains teacher took her students out of the classroom for their lesson last week to learn art...

 

Holiday memories in Paradise

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

 

First metal horse installed

Plains is known for horses. It's the school mascot. The former elementary school was called Wild...

 

Polar Express makes stop at Plains School

The Polar Express is making a stop at Plains School for the month of December, compliments of train...

 

MUSIC for the HEART

One Trout Creek woman has traveled the world as an ambassador of the United States, first as a...

 

Lanterns f ill night's sky

The night sky over the county fairgrounds was dotted with colored lights last weekend as people's...

 

Thanksgiving helpers

Lyla Sears (left) and Ellen Childress fill boxes that are destined for families in the Plains and...

 

Lions Club lights up Plains for holidays

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, thanks to the Plains Lions Club, which put up holiday...

 

Plains women bring kids cheer

The Plains Woman's Club is once again helping to make Christmas more enjoyable for children from hom...

 

Students offer thanks in Plains

A new group of people were in charge of the Veteran's Appreciation Luncheon at Plains School this...

 

Helping those who help others

As the holidays approach, the Plains Community Food Bank is striving to help people in need, but to...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    November 15, 2018

Orthopedic surgeon to join CFVH staff

He started in the mountains of Colorado, lived in the deserts of the Middle East, moved to the...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    November 15, 2018

Plains council ranks roadwork projects

In planning for next year, the Plains Town Council voted 5-1 to reprioritize the list of roads that need the most work and decided that Willis Street...

 

Local artists help raise funds

The Sanders County Arts Council was pleased at the results of this year's "Do Your Bidding"...

 

Plains Lions host parade of characters

The 1st Annual Plains Lions Club Parade of Costumes at Fred Young Park was filled with an assortment...

 

CFVH residents get creative

A handful of Clark Fork Valley Hospital Long Term Care residents showed their artistic talents by...

 

Local artist paints canvas for president

A Plains artist not only went to the see and hear President Donald Trump during his stop in Missoula...

 

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