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PEYTON ELLUL, Thompson Falls - “I really enjoy the rodeo and getting to see the horses because I just love horses.” KYLIEGH RUEN, Thompson Falls - “I like to see all of my friends' 4-H animals that they worked so hard on. I especially like the...

 

TC School garden offers many lessons

The Trout Creek school has recently implemented a plethora of improvements and the school is starting to grow. "The school seems to be on the upswing," commented Preston Wenz, the school's superintend...

 

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JADE STEVENS, Thompson Falls - “The overwhelming sense of community and the positive attitudes all the way around.” COLLIN KOFFLER, Thompson Falls - “The variety of booths and the different vendors from all around the country.” ABIGAIL...

 

Luminaries raise awareness, funds for local charity

The Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) is once again helping people in need and is doing so by selling luminaries and placing them on the streets of towns in Sanders County for their CNSC...

 

Ladies near end of season

During Thursday play at River’s Bend last week Jeanne Holleran and Tina Wheeler shot the low team gross of 102 and Liz Morkert and Lana Nolen posted the low team net of 69. Wheeler snatched up the low individual gross with a 45 and Morkert...

 

Hill Gang does best with 3

The Over the Hill Gang competed in a a special three club game at River's Bend. During play each golfer was afforded the use of only two clubs and one putter this past sunny Monday. Playing the three club format the best, Will Mitchell and Scott...

 

Snead, Wilkinson best on course

The Feed-N-Fuel team rallied to take the low team gross of 180 and the Noxon Quik Stop team captured the low team net of 144. Nathan Snead kept the ball in the short grass and took the low individual gross of 38 and Shawn Wilkinson claimed the low in...

 

Highlead shoots the low score

The Highlead team pulled together to take the low team gross of 173 and the Big Eddy’s/Limberlost Brewery team claimed the low team net of 144. RT Brown kept the ball moving right along and took the low individual gross of 40 and John Mosher...

 

Question of the Week

ALEX OLESEN, Thompson Falls - “Yes because the lights may help people to keep from missing our stop signs due to the trees blocking them from view in some areas.” SARAH STOVER, Thompson Falls - “Five years ago I would have said no but with the...

 

Whitepine Grange welcomes 'hometown heroes' at event

The Whitepine Grange recently held an event to bring together county residents and local volunteer medical professionals in order to get the community on the same page when it comes to emergency...

 

Racers take over fairgrounds

Top Dawg Arenacross came back to the Sanders County Fairgrounds and with it came high flying, mud flinging, mullet sporting action. The event featured 14 different classes ranging from 4-6-year-olds a...

 

T. Falls dental clinic continues to expand

River Town Dental has been open and serving patients in and around Thompson Falls since March of 2021. The team at River Town is expanding in an effort to offer accessible dental care to the...

 

TC seniors show off improvements to visitors

The Trout Creek Senior Center has been making a lot of changes recently. The center held an open house last weekend to share information with the community about the services they offer. From brand ne...

 

Question of the Week

ANNA BUSK, Heron - “I really like how everyone waves at you when you meet them on the road. Maybe they think I am someone they know but I am new here and everyone seems very friendly.” ROGER WILLIAMS, Sandpoint - “People around here are...

 

Sisters team up for Thursday win

Ladies league golfers were fortunate to have had relatively clear skies and a nice bit of sunshine during Thursday play at River’s Bend last week. Sisters Chris Kelly and Kim Sparks shot the low team gross of 101 and Jeanne Holleran and Tina...

 

Bruce, Lana lead Hill gang

Overcast skies and a light breeze made for a more comfortable environment during Monday play at River’s Bend. Bruce Craw kept his game clean and took the low men’s gross in Over the Hill Gang play with a 41 and Ed Mack the men’s low net of 34....

 

Bear Muscle wins scramble play

The Bear Muscle Fitness team of Rick Hagedorn, John Mosher and Doug Robichaud muscled through the competition and won the Play Day Scramble with a score of 29 during Tuesday night men’s league play at River’s Bend last week. John Mosher double...

 

Wilds of Montana

When I was just a boy, I grew up in a little house on Fir Street in Trout Creek only a mile or so away from the Trout Creek public boat launch and recreation area. My mother used to take my older brot...

 

City pool makes big splash with locals

Business is booming at the Thompson Falls City Pool as people of all ages participate in fun, educational and healthy programs. The public pool is managed by Sandra Kazmierczak, the City of Thompson F...

 

Hill Gang mixes it up with scramble

Overcast skies meant cool temps and plenty of shade for the Over the Hill Gang during Monday morning play at River’s Bend this week. The gang played a yellow ball scramble format this week. The yellow ball scramble format rules consist of having...

 

Mountain Plains keeps team lead

The Big Eddy’s / Limberlost Brewery team members kept a smooth swing and pulled down the low team gross of 170 and the Wild Coyote team the low team net of 141. RT Brown kept the ball rolling and took the low individual gross of 36 and Jesse...

 

Easy Street snags win in Tuesday play

The Easy Street Autoworks team pulled together to take the low team gross of 177 and the Feed-N-Fuel team captured the low team net of 143. Kevin Sparks kept the ball in the short grass and took the low individual gross of 39 and Rusty Haggard...

 

Jeanne, Tina lead ladies on Thursday

Jeanne Holleran and Tina Wheeler worked the course to take the low team gross of 101, and Chris Kelly and Kim Sparks negotiated the low team net of 75 in Thursday Night Ladies League play at River’s Bend last week. Tina Wheeler claimed the low...

 

Noxon students explore instruments at music camp

In a creative and musical attempt to raise funds, two Noxon High School music students, with the help and guidance of their music teacher, are tutoring elementary school children on how to play a...

 

Farmers market offers variety of produce, goods in TC

The Trout Creek Community Improvement Association has revived the farmers market in Trout Creek and business is booming. The market is held every Wednesday evening from 4 to 6 through the end of...

 

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