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A sweet tradition in Plains

The nostalgia of holiday traditions is what keeps us looking forward to next year, and the next and...

 

Students learn core values through art

Compassion, excellence, integrity, unity, respect... the core values spoken at Thompson Falls...

 

Teacher shares creative art of carving wood

You start by looking at people's faces, the whole point is that the width between the eyes is the sa...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    December 6, 2018

Sportsmen share wolf concerns in TC

There is no argument over whether wolves have survived in Montana. However, there is much discrepanc...

 

Strong finishes for county scientists

Results from the 2018 Montana Science Olympiad competition are out and students from Sanders County...

 

County schools plan holiday concerts

Nothing spreads holiday cheer more than listening to carols sung by the youngsters we hold dear to our hearts. Schools throughout the county have...

 

GROWING HOLIDAY CHEER

"O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches." The smell of freshly cut pine...

 

County music students earn all-star honors

All-Star musicians from Hot Springs, Noxon and Plains high schools performed in a University of Mont...

 

TC woman wins custom hearing aids

What goes around comes around. For those who are skeptical of karma, the story of Trout Creek's...

 

THE WADDINGTON WAY

When it comes to quality, these boys do not skimp. They are identical twins, but Jacob and Ethan...

 

Recognition given in Noxon

In Montana, one in every 10 residents is a veteran, making the state the one of the most heavily pop...

 

REACH engages students

For more than 10 years Thompson Falls' Penny Hopkins has dedicated herself to growing student...

 

Travel agent helps locals get away

Are you in need of a getaway, vacation or holiday? If so, now may be the time to book your next adventure to Ireland or Alaska. Jenny Williams, owner...

 

Christmas gets Old West touch

The holiday season is once again upon us. The clock is ticking and there are only a couple weeks...

 

Planning for spring gardens begins in fall

There are sure to be a few nice, warm days yet this fall. What better way to spend this time then outside prepping your garden for next spring? It...

 

4-H achievements celebrated at fairgrounds

Sunday afternoon Sanders County 4-H families met at the fairground pavilion to reflect on a...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    November 8, 2018

Child Start provides help for families

After successfully raising four of her own children as a homeschooling mother, Lisa Snell just embarked on a life as an empty-nester. But her days of...

 

Young scientists back in action

Once again, young scientists from Noxon and Thompson Falls are busy prepping themselves for the...

 

TRICK OR TREAT, MOVE YOUR FEET!

Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet! is exactly what happened on the Thompson Falls Community Trails...

 

Local 4-Hers compete at prestigious NILE

Members of Sanders County 4-H attended the Northern International Livestock Exposition (NILE) held...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 25, 2018

Transfer station work begins

Thompson Falls’ solid waste transfer station is in the process of relocating to a new site closer to town. The new location is just east of the...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 25, 2018

SCCFF loses major funding sources

Money makes the world go around. Money also is necessary to help those who need a lift in life, a...

 

Buddy walk returns to Noxon

History sometimes repeats itself. In Noxon, Delaney Weltz, high school student council president,...

 

Community raises funds for Laws family

Rainy skies didn't stop anyone, it just made for fonder memories as the community came together in...

 

Elementary students enjoy run for fun in the sun

Thompson Falls Elementary students have been running strong for 20 years. This year students from...

 

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