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Students offer thanks in Plains

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

 

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... Full story

 

CFVH promotes women's health at annual event

Close to 80 people attended the Clark Fork Valley Hospital's annual Women's Health Fair, which took...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    October 18, 2018

Wild Horse Mercantile opens in Plains

It's an old place with old things at a new location and a new name and it commemorated its grand... Full story

 

Paradise Players gather laughs

The two newest members of the Paradise Players – and the youngest of the troupe – loved being...

 

Roof repaired on historic Plains jail

The Plains Lions Club is helping to save an important part of the town's history. The Horse Plains...

 

Painted horses show up on greenway

Crooks utilize the cover of darkness for dastardly deeds, but Dave Williams of Plains and his crew...

 

Lions program gets new device

The Plains Lions Club will soon be starting this year's free eye screening program. Now they'll be...

 

Plains course challenges competitors

A Missoula man was well in the lead in defending his title of the Clark Fork Adventure Challenge on...

 

Sandwich shop holds grand opening

Now you can buy and sandwich and turn around and rent a raft, all in one swoop. The Mountain Store... Full story

 

FUN AT THE FAIR

People go to Sanders County Fair to see farm animals, rodeo cowboys, derby smashing, and to get a...

 

4-H animals a big draw at county fair

It's that time of year when the youth of 4-H can show off the work they've done over the past year...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    August 30, 2018

Fire damages Plains home

Firefighters were able to save a Paradise house from total destruction after a fire started in an upstairs room last Tuesday. Plains-Paradise Fire...

 

Community Fountain

NOT JUST FOR THE BIRDS – A heard of young deer gather at a bird bath to get a cool drink on a hot...

 

Shakespeare comes to Plains, T. Creek

Reading Shakespeare in school might have been a chore, but the Plains Woman's Club brings it to...

 

Local challenge promises adventure

People have less than a month now to ready themselves for a challenge – the 3rd Annual Clark Fork Adventure Challenge, a triathlon sponsored by the...

 

New food, fun slated for fair

The 2018 Sanders County Fair is once again returning with a mixture of traditional festivities and bringing in some new ones. The biggest new arrival...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    August 16, 2018

Quick response to Weeksville fire

A fire just west of Weeksville last week could have turned into a major forest fire had it not been...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    August 16, 2018

Sewage plant could face problems

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers saved the Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant from being overtaken by...

 

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