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Holiday Recipes

by Miriah Kardelis A mason jar filled with pre-measured dry ingredients, for oatmeal chocolate chip...

 

Surviving the holiday party season

Now that we have made it through Thanksgiving, the real hustle and bustle of the holiday season starts. ‘Tis the season, to receive numerous...

 

Pickleball gains local following

Looking for a new active hobby that will get you through the slower months of winter? Pickleball...

 

BEYOND THE BASICS

December marks one year since the re-opening of the Lonepine General Store. Mother and daughter duo... Full story

 

Sisters open coffee shop in Lonepine

Located in Lonepine, just off of highway 28, sits a brand-new drive thru coffee stand, called...

 

Question of the Week

SARAH FAIRBANK, Thompson Falls — “My family.” MELISSA TOTZAUER, Trout Creek — “My family, for sure.” MJ YECKLEY, Thompson Falls — “My...

 

Sheriff's Relief Fund helps local families

Every year the Sheriff’s Relief Fund works hard to help families and children in the Sanders County community. That work continues this year by...

 

T. Falls volunteers f ill Thanksgiving baskets

Once again, members of the community gathered at the Community Congregational Church on Sunday to...

 

HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

On Nov. 9 and Nov. 10, Thompson River Animal Care Shelter (TRACS) headed to the PetSmart in Missoula and Kalispell for the stores’ National...

 

A TASTY START TO THANKSGIVING

Brie Crostini with Homemade Cranberry Sauce Serves 10-12 people While there are quite a few options...

 

Invasive grass a threat to local agriculture

A noxious grass has taken the lead in threatening the destruction of Montana's agriculture.... Full story

 

Question of the Week

SHEILA VINCENT, Thompson Falls - “No I don’t. Too many bighorn sheep.” KATHY CUNNINGHAM, Trout Creek - “No. Too many sheep.” AMBER...

 

'I'll be home for Christmas' on Main Street

Christmas on Main Street is just around the corner; and with this year’s theme – I’ll Be Home for Christmas – everyone will want to be home to...

 

Question of the Week

LONNY DAVIS, Thompson Falls - “I’d pay off all my bills and I would help family and friends pay off theirs. I’d give 10% to the church, that...

 

Tips for stress-free travel during the holidays

Thanksgiving is approaching faster than we may realize. The holiday is known to be the busiest...

 

Montana celebrates 130th birthday

On November 8, 1889, Montana entered the Union and became the 41st state of the United States of America. This year marks her 130th birthday. Many...

 

Repairs begin at T. Falls pool

Construction has started on the Thompson Falls City Pool, and is set to be done by Thanksgiving weekend, according Thompson Falls Mayor Jerry Lacy....

 

River levels discussed

Residents, including many who live along the Clark Fork River in Thompson Falls, joined...

 

CFVH event provides free info, screenings

The fourth annual health fair, free to the community, took place at the Plains High School gym last...

 

No spooks, just fun at T. Falls trail run

Last Saturday, The Thompson Falls community gathered at the NorthWestern Energy Power Park, to compe...

 

It's time to plant fall flower bulbs

After a long, dreary winter, bright and bold colors blooming are a welcome sight when you gaze out your window. Planting any spring blooming bulbs in...

 

Meteor shower peaks this week

The Orionid meteor shower and all its glory will be visible this coming week. The peak times to catch the show will be on the mornings of Monday and T...

 

Community discusses human trafficking

What is human trafficking? It is a form of modern-day slavery, according to Natale Adorne. It is a...

 

Lil' fighters organize festival for Harlee

Despite the cold, rainy weather on Saturday, the community came together once again to have some...

 

TC students hula hoop for Harlee

Last Friday, kids of Trout Creek gathered to show support for their fellow friend and classmate,...

 

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