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Local acts perform on The Rex stage

The Rex Community Theater hosted their second-ever open mic night last week that brought the communi...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    February 25, 2021 

Passenger rail authority launches website

Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority member Jerry McDonald met with Sanders County commissioners to...

 

Elks to host baby shower

The Clark Fork Valley Elks (CFVE) are set to host a second community baby shower for residents of...

 

Stud's expanding with second location

Stud's Building and Home is in the process of opening its second location in Thompson Falls. With th...

 

Century celebration

According to the demographers at the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2020 there were over 90,000...

 

Businesses weigh in on passenger rail possibility

Amtrak says they will work with Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority and act as a conduit in the effort...

 

SCCDC helps distribute safety gear

Community representatives have worked diligently to keep Sanders County as safe as possible during...

 

Noxon bridge project progresses

As the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) finished its 2020 phase one bridge evaluation of t...

 

Sewer district approves purchase

In continuation with the Paradise sewer project, the Sanders County Sewer District at Paradise held...

 

Residents take part in march

This year marks the 48-year anniversary of Roe V. Wade, the Supreme Court's decision that legalized...

 

Modern Homesteader

Anybody and everybody knows that homesteading isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s hard work....

 

Question of the Week

JOSIE BRAY, Thompson Falls - “I would say chili, or soup. Something warm.” PAUL CARLSON, Trout...

 

Scouts help clean up at TRACS

As the community continues to recover from the historic windstorm that swept through the county...

 

COVID-19 rules lifted in directive

Gov. Greg Gianforte has issued a new directive that will lift restrictions on small businesses due...

 

Options for thickening your favorite pies

The holidays aren't the only time for pie. A homemade pie can be a delicious treat any time of...

 

ADD AN AVOCADO

Sure, avocados have received a lot of negative attention in the news lately. From their...

 

NorthWestern plans additional studies in relicensing effort

NorthWestern Energy outlined their next steps toward relicensing the Thompson Falls Hydroelectric...

 

BIG LITTLE BUSINESS

AquaPrawnics, a shrimp production and hatchery focused on indoor aquaculture of clean, fresh and...

 

Modern Homesteader

Not that I need to say it out loud, but 2020 brought on more challenges than one could possibly expe...

 

Santa delivers cheer by helicopter

A group of volunteers from Missoula's Museum of Mountain Flying helped spread Christmas cheer...

 

Take steps to avoid animal collisions

Drivers face an increased risk of animal-related crashes during the fall and winter months. As deer...

 

Fish advisory issued

The State of Montana Fish Guidance Board, which includes Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP),...

 

TRACS helps animals find forever homes

In their 15 years of operation, Thompson River Animal Care Shelter (TRACS) has stayed true to their...

 

Students donate to food bank

As the holidays grow near, students at Thompson Falls schools did their part to bring cheer to the...

 

BRIDGE BLOCKAGE

A pickup lost its trailer loaded with wood beams outside Thompson Falls last Thursday. The trailer...

 

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