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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...

 
 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...

 

School leader chosen to lead parade

Paying respect to her love, compassion, and unending support for the children and parents of...

 

Volunteer to pay restitution

A deferred prosecution agreement has been reached between Sanders County and LaJean C. Manning, according to County Attorney Naomi Leisz. The Ledger...

 

Candidates win races uncontested

Three reelected candidates ran unopposed this past election: 20th District Judge James Manley, Clerk of District Court Candy Fisher and Denley Loge,...

 

Veterinarian joins TF clinic

Thompson Falls Veterinary Clinic has acquired a new large animal veterinarian in Stephanie...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    November 5, 2020

1,000 miles to vote

Election 2020 has surrounded itself with a sense of urgency for many Americans. Just how much agony...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 8, 2020

DECADES OF DEDICATION

After 38 years of dedicating himself to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), Wildlife...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 8, 2020

State program for students earns national recognition

Jobs for Montana's Graduates, a state-level program developed to assist students achieve graduation...

 

Harriers enter stretch run of COVID-19 season

Put the Hawk harriers in a race with a few hay bale obstacles, a staggered start, and running on...

 

Celebrating 70 years of 'Peanuts'

The year was 1950 and the date was October 2 when seven U.S. newspapers published what would become one of the biggest cultural influences in...

 

Help is available to prevent suicides

September is designated National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month and has earned recognition. In America, suicide is the number one cause of inj...

 

GENERATIONS OF EXPERIENCE

"It's a way of life," local rancher and retired Forest Service employee Bill Meadows said. "We...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    August 27, 2020

Falls couple takes over liquor store

Montana State Liquor Store 7 moseyed further down the alphabet when D&D Liquor became M&M Liquor...

 

Back-to-school tips for families during COVID-19

Families in Sanders County were faced with a tough decision this week - whether to send their children back to school in person or keep them home. No...

 

Group still looking to serve local vets

One thing is for certain. David Williams, founder of Joint Operation Mariposa, is not about to throw in the towel on his efforts establishing a...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 23, 2020

New business helps keep finances on track

"If I can help someone so they can do their job...great!" emphasized Jennifer Ekberg. She is...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 23, 2020

Work will disrupt local TV signal

History occurs everywhere, even at 6,843 feet. Patrick’s Knob, located on the Lolo National Forest, has seen a plethora of activity since its...

 

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