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Digital growth a priority for SCCDC

There has been a shift of innovation as the world’s economy continuously moves toward a more digital direction, leading to a number of untapped...

 

Sanders County and beyond

Tucked away near the town of Noxon, Bighorn Botanicals, a family owned and operated company, has...

 

CFVH fair offers wealth of health info

A steady flow of community members strolled through Saturday's health fair hosted by Clark Fork...

 

Spaghetti Western fundraiser for The Rex

The first annual Spaghetti Western fundraiser for the Rex Community Theater is set for 5-9 p.m. Saturday, October 16, at the Clark Fork Valley Elks...

 

Modern Homesteader: Falling for apple cider

Nothing beats fall in Montana. The cooler weather and the changing of all the colors, it’s truly my favorite time of the year. While time seems to s...

 

The Rex promises a few laughs with comedy night

Come and get a good laugh at the Rex Community Theater as they host their first live stand-up comedy night. Kaiser Leib, Thomas Blake and Aaron...

 

MAKING CIDER

Doug Padden, Thompson Falls Junior High science teacher, spent last Thursday with his classes outsidemaking fresh apple juice with a rebuilt apple...

 

Hot Springs museum plans for future

After a complete restructure, LaRue Hot Springs Museum board members will be heading into their...

 

FARM-TO-TABLE FRESH

If you are looking for a meal crafted with fresh, locally sourced ingredients giving that highly...

 

CFVH health fair to provide education

Clark Fork Valley Hospital’s (CFVH) annual health fair will take place Saturday, October 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the agriculture building at...

 

Question of the Week

LADONNA CULBERT, Kalispell - “Getting in for free. It’s a very relaxing setting and they provide plenty of shade and good food.” RACHEL OWENS,...

 

Record turnout for demo derby

Crowds gathered Sunday night at the Sanders County Fairgrounds in Plains as the demolition derby...

 

4-H entries down in numbers, not quality

Sanders County 4-H members returned to the fair after an uncertain year due to implications of...

 

Modern Homesteader

I covered some of the 4-H at the fair this past weekend and while I normally like to meander through the stalls picking out all the different animals... Full story

 

Hot Springs seniors hold annual fundraiser

Hot Springs Senior Center held their annual fundraiser at the end of August and while the turnout...

 

Plains continues growth discussion

The second public meeting to address future growth plans in Plains took place at the end of August with discussions focusing on the priorities of the...

 

Governor talks fire, mandates in TF

In the middle of his 56-county tour, Gov. Greg Gianforte made a stop in Thompson Falls last week to...

 

Shakespeare returns to county

After last year's cancellation due to COVID-19, Montana Shakespeare in the Park (MSIP) returned for...

 

Upgrades continue at T. Falls airport

Upgrades to the Thompson Falls Airport are progressing. In 2020, the airport received $733,276 in...

 

Leader excited for new role at Trout Creek

Preston Wenz will be joining Trout Creek School as the new superintendent. Wenz comes to the school...

 

TFHS welcomes new staff

Thompson Falls High School welcomes a familiar face as its new principal this year. Jodi Morgan has...

 

TF schools monitor COVID as year starts

Thompson Falls Elementary is heading into the school year with new faculty members and an increased enrollment. Principal Len Dorscher said the...

 

Fire destroys TF park pavilion

A fire destroyed the pavilion at NorthWestern Energy's Power Park in Thompson Falls in the...

 

Local library offers more than books

While the continuation of COVID-19 has left many seeking some sense of normalcy, one aspect of life...

 

PHS welcomes new principal

Plains High School is welcoming a new principal this school year. Ryon Noland, 46, will be taking...

 

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