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Local canine survives rare surgery

Dog – man's best friend. If you ask Scott and Brenda Crowe, God gives every living thing a...

 

Question of the Week

JUDY PERONI, Trout Creek – “Setting up the Christmas tree.” HERMANN WUERFL, Thompson Falls – “Family on Christmas and lots to eat. Everyone...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    December 5, 2019 

Veterans office receives community support

Sanders County Commissioners recently received an update on the status of Joint Operation Mariposa’s efforts to develop a Veteran Service Office...

 

City of T. Falls plans for future

Mayor Jerry Lacy has recently received the first draft of the City of Thompson Falls 2019 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) from Great West Engineering....

 

FS plans to take out old pipeline

A portion of the Yellowstone Pipeline, running through National Forest land will be removed announced the Lolo National Forest. Forest Supervisor...

 

WMMHC offers new counseling services

"This is not judgment. It is about helping people become the best they can be!" emphasized Pete...

 

Question of the Week

FAITH STEWART, Trout Creek – “I just cook it! I put it in a pan and take the feathers off it and put them in the trash. I cut the head off with a...

 

OVERCOMING OBSTACLES

Renea Keough has recently been in the spotlight while running for Hot Springs Town Council. Despite...

 

TF receives EPA recreation grant

Out of 170 applications, only 10 were selected. Thompson Falls was one of those. Being the only recipient in Montana, the town will receive a grant aw...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    November 7, 2019

Serious simulations for students

Joining the nation in celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 23 - 31, Thompson Falls School staff spent...

 

Local 4-H member's hog earns state honor

The Sanders County Fair has come and gone, but the awards keep coming. For first-time swine project...

 

Question of the Week

LARRY EDDY, Trout Creek – “Handmade popcorn balls! Caramel. That’s my best memory.” RON HAWKINSON, Thompson Falls – “Candy corn....

 

TFHS Honor Society plans blood drive

Thompson Falls High School Honor Society is once again hosting their annual American Red Cross...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 31, 2019

New Wayside owners plan few changes

If it isn't broke, don't fix it. These are words Erick and Kristin Miller are living by. As new...

 

First Baptist Church undergoes transformation

Forming a vision for almost 30 years, the First Baptist Church of Thompson Falls plans to see the re...

 

County students learn about water

Sanders County fifth and sixth-grade students took part in the 17th annual Water Festival recently....

 

County encourages residents to walk for health

Sanders County Public Health invites the public to take part in Walk with Ease, a self-directed program aimed to increase overall wellness. The...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 3, 2019

Residents voice TC project concerns

by Shana Neesvig "There's no easy fix," commented Bob Vosen, Montana Department of Transportation...

 

TF students engage in leadership training

A duo of seniors at Thompson Falls High School took it upon themselves to organize a team-building e...

 

USAC receives federal grant

The United States Antimony Corporation (USAC) in Thompson Falls has received a grant from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) of the Department of...

 

Hot Springs police receives vehicle funding

The days of gimping vehicles along are over for the Hot Springs Police Department who will soon be owners of two new four-wheel-drive Ford F-150 picku...

 

Question of the Week

LAINEY ERWIN, Trout Creek – “Playing outside. I play digging a hole because you have to dig a hole to the guys and protect yourself from the...

 

'Just a real good donut'

The lost art of old-fashioned donut making is alive and flourishing in Thompson Falls as Papa's Donu...

 

Kinkade honored for 26 years with Extension

As the 2018-2019 4-H year closes, so does the 26-year career of Shirley Kinkade, who served as...

 

Engines roar in demo derby

The smell of burnt rubber and exhaust on Labor Day weekend in Plains, Montana, means only one...

 

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