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 By Shana Neesvig    News    August 5, 2021

All for the love of coffee

Rode Haus Coffee is the name and the Hanks gals -mother Paula and daughters Reagan and Roni - in...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 29, 2021

Program promotes forest health

"Often, the best resource is simply a neighbor and fellow landowner sharing their experience and...

 

Bird watching event set for youths

Youths interested in bird watching and identification are in for a special treat. “Kaniksu Land Trust (KLT) us partnering with 4-H and Montana...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    May 6, 2021

UM graduates Sanders County alum

The University of Montana graduated 1,700 students May 1 at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Of those, 11 were former secondary students of Sanders County....

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    April 22, 2021

Sanders County Honor Roll

With only one quarter left the 2020-2021 school year, Sanders County students have been working to obtain top-notch grades this quarter. The Ledger...

 

CREATIVE THINKING

Thompson Falls sixth graders have been building mousetrap vehicles, helicopters and a Rube Goldberg...

 

ROCKING THE REX

The Rex Community Theater welcomed a packed auditorium Saturday evening as they welcomed Copper...

 

Countywide yard sale event planned for June

It is slotted for June 25 and 26, 2021. Mark your calendars so you do not miss the locally infamous Sanders County Yard Sale-ing Event! After taking...

 

TCCIA planning annual Easter fun

Despite many gatherings being canceled due to COVID-19, including last Easter’s Eggstravaganza, Trout Creek Community Improvement Association...

 

ROBOTIC CHALLENGE

  In the year 2001, the National Science Foundation devised the acronym SMET (science, mathematics,...

 

Noxon teachers share love of reading

February is not only for Valentine's Day celebrations. It is also "I Love to Read" month. Noxon...

 

Missing skiers located

Two skiers from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, were reported missing Saturday while recreating in the McKay Creek area southeast of Noxon. Both have been...

 

Loge introduces cellphone bill

Rep. Denley Loge, House District 14, made an appearance during the 2021 legislative session in...

 

Storm boosts snow levels

Punxsutawny Phil seemed credible on Groundhog Day when he claimed we would have six more weeks of winter. Despite USDA Natural Resources and...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    February 4, 2021

Trust secures land for conservation

Kaniksu Land Trust (KLT) has recently partnered with a Bull River valley private landowner and...

 

Photographer to present snowy owl history

Following the entertainment trend of virtual events, Kaniksu Land Trust (KLT) is hosting an online presentation featuring award-winning photographer...

 

New owner to keep vintage feel of Noxon store

The Main Street General Store in Noxon changed ownership last fall when Joe Hokel purchased the... Full story

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    January 14, 2021

Snowpack levels low across the state

It seems that every summer Montanans start voicing their opinions about what the winter season will bring. The last few years, smoke-filled skies...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    January 14, 2021

TC festival will go on

After a short departure, Elizabeth Haagenson will once again be Huckleberry Festival Committee chair, and has now signed on as Huckleberry Inc....

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    January 7, 2021

City receives additional sewer funds

The City of Thompson Falls recently received news that they have been granted $450,000 through Montana Department of Commerce’s Community...

 

Named to MSU honor roll

by Shana Neesvig Three Sanders County students were inadvertently overlooked in last week’s Ledger from the Montana State University’s 2020 fall...

 

Sanders County students names to MSU honor roll

Montana State University (MSU) has announced undergraduate honor roll members for the 2020 fall semester. In all, 5,380 students were named to...

 

Accepted with honors

EmmaRae Rasmussen, a senior at Hot Springs High School, will be attending the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Not only was she admitted, but she has...

 

Volunteers needed to keep Huckleberry Festival going

The infamous Huckleberry Festival held annually in Trout Creek is in jeopardy of closing according to the Huckleberry, Inc. board of directors....

 

T. Falls woman still feeling effects of virus

As we close in on almost one year of COVID-19, the virus and the actions people take to manage the spread continues to affect the nation, and Sanders...

 

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