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TYPICAL LUMBER CAMP From interviews conducted by Mike Scott An attempt will be made now to portray...

 

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"TIMBER-R-R-R OOP DA HILL..." From interviews conducted by Mike Scott "Timber-r-r-r oop da hill."...

 

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105 YEARS AGO • APRIL 21, 1916 TIME TO CLEAN UP Spring is here, the snow has gone and the mud dried up, the annual season has again rolled around wh...

 

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40 YEARS AGO • APRIL 9, 1981 PIONEER MILL OPERATOR SWAN FLODIN PASSES Swan Flodin, 96 years of age died in Plains March 31. Swan was born August 9,...

 

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40 YEARS AGO • MARCH 26, 1981 HOMESTEAD – AN OLD WORD WITH A NEW MEANING By Fay Allen...

 

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46 YEARS AGO • FEBRUARY 20, 1975 ROD BYBEE WINS FIRST IN STATE The Thompson Falls wrestlers placed eighth in the state tournament held in Miles...

 

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40 YEARS AGO • MARCH 5, 1981 LOUIS LaROCK BUYS HOTEL BAR IN TF Louis LaRock, partner in the firm...

 

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105 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 25, 1916 IT'S OUR BIRTHDAY! The Sanders County Ledger, with this issue,...

 

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70 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 17, 1951 WWP GETS APPROVAL ON CABINET GORGE; CONSTRUCTION WILL BE PUSHED The Washington Water Power company has received the...

 

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JOE BOYER TELLS HIS STORY From an interview by Bert Minwegen in the mid 40’s Excerpt from Wild Horse Plains Centennial Issue - 1983 Getting the...

 

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1991 started off with snow – a lot of it! In three days Thompson Falls got 17 inches of snow. The following week, more snow fell bringing the depth...

 

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LOTS OF INFORMATION IN NORTHERN PACIFIC LEDGER Excerpt from Wild Horse Plains Centennial Issue -...

 

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I have heard people say that last week’s storm was unparalleled in the past, not so, read on. 50 YEARS AGO AUGUST 12, 1971 WINDSTORM DAMAGES ROOFS,...

 

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THE MARTIN QUINNS WERE AMONG THE EARLY SETTLERS Excerpt from Wild Horse Plains Centennial Issue - 1983 One of the more prominent of the early day sett...

 

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30 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 3, 1991 WEATHER PLAYED ROLE IN ANNUAL KEG BOWL by John Hamilton It didn’t matter that the thermometer was hovering around...

 

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70 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 3, 1951 LAUNDRY IS YEAR’S FIRST NEW BUSINESS A laundry is Thompson Falls’ first new business of 1951. The EZ Way...

 

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207 YEARS AGO FROM KNOW MONTANA “We spent a happy Christmas by the side of a blazing fire and forgot the sufferings we had endured in our dreary...

 

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50 YEARS AGO • DECEMBER 25, 1970 During the last months Mrs. Kathryn E. Fessler lived as she rode...

 

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70 YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 29, 1950 OUR PROBLEMS ARE MANY We heard a number of local citizens gripe...

 

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40 YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 13, 1980 CABLE TV PLANNED FOR FALLS, PLAINS Cable TV reception including 24-hour-a-day reception from four national...

 

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80 YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 13, 1940 SPONSORS CONSTRUCTION OF SKATING RINK The city of Thompson Falls is sponsoring the construction of a skating rink on...

 

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80 YEARS AGO • NOVEMBER, 1940 FIRST THREE-TERMER This precedent shaking campaign has finally resulted in the WILL of the people speaking, and thus...

 

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11 YEARS AGO • APRIL 9, 2009 TROUT CREEK RESIDENTS RALLY TO CORNER AND DETAIN ROBBER By Jay Simons Fast action by Trout Creek residents prevented...

 

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70 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 30, 1950 HUNTING NEWS Official returns from the two checking stations, maintained by the Montana Fish and Game Commission,...

 

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HOWARD R. & SYLVIA M. (GRANT) SAINT From Pioneers and Early Settlers of Thompson Falls Howard...

 

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