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A MILLION MILES

Pitching a no hitter in baseball is a feat, but driving a big rig more than 1.7 million miles withou...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    January 10, 2019

TF residents divided over sewer project

Monday evening more than 80 residents of Thompson Falls joined the city board in an informational...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    January 10, 2019

School expresses f inancial concern to county leaders

Less than a week into her newly combined position of Sanders County Clerk and Recorder, Superintendent of Schools and Treasurer, Nichol Scribner...

 

Prevention key as flu season nears

“It is all around us,” Sanders County Health Director Karen Morey said referencing the influenza virus. Sanders County has only had one confirmed...

 

Our Viewpoint

"Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the things you can think up if you only try." If only Dr. Seuss were a member of...

 

Don't let judgments hold you back

In late December I watched a CBS interview with, and performance by, a young singer named Ashley McBride, who is good enough to be recently mentioned...

 

Montana Viewpoint

“We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal….” My very being...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 9, 1969 REGULAR TRAIN STOPS SET FOR FALLS, NOXON Noxon and Thompson Falls again are regular stops for the Main streeter...

 

Question of the Week?

TOM KEITH, Noxon – “I don’t think the wall will help keep the illegals out. They will just tunnel under it. I don’t think this shutting down...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 4; T. Falls, 4; Plains, 3; H. Springs, 8. Sunday, December 30 Individual will not vacate a T. Creek business. Vehicle slide-off at...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Jacob Gullett, 21, operating without liability insurance, $85; night speeding, $70. Treydon Brouillette, 17, seatbelt...

 

Elected officials work for voters

Editor, When did the voters in Thompson Falls request this sewer? Who or what agency is manipulating or dictating to our elected local city...

 

William C. Curry

William C. Curry was born on October 6, 1946, in Kirkland, Washington, "to be close to his... Full story

 

Betty King

Betty King, 86, passed away January 3, 2019 at her home in Noxon surrounded by her close family. She... Full story

 

Day spa opens in Thompson Falls

A passion for helping people led Thompson Falls resident Morgan Leaf to open Essential Wellness Day...

 

Plains dinosaur gets a name

Dave and JoAnne Colyer have a name for their new service station mascot – Claire – named in...

 

Extension offers classes

MSU Extension in Sanders County is picking up its Lunch and Learn brown bag series this month. All classes are free and held at the state office...

 

Hawks scrap past Lions in OT

Now you see it. Now you don't. Now you see it again... After dominating most of the way, the...

 

Lady Hawks fall to Loyola, Eureka

The pressure got to the Lady Hawks last week; dealing with that kind of pressure has now become Job...

 

Defensive Savage Heat defeat Noxon Red Devils

HOT SPRINGS - Cameron Barber has been harping on defense with his team ever since he took over as...

 

Off to the races

by John Hamilton After a slow start, the Hot Springs Savage Heat girls are now off to the races for...

 

Lady Red Devils live and learn

Basketball is difficult enough without putting undue pressure on yourselves. The nervous Noxon Lady...

 

Horsemen fight for right to win

Sometimes you have to fight for the right to win. Coach Tyrell Allen’s Plains Horsemen fought past District 14C foes St. Regis and Hot Springs last...

 

Lady Hawk JV drop 2

The Thompson Falls Lady Hawk JV played twice last week, falling 51-21 to Loyola in Missoula Thursday and losing 63-33 to Eureka in Thompson Falls...

 

Thilmony wrestles down Cut Bank title, three other Hawks place in Hi-Line tourney

Trae triumphant! Again. Thompson Falls freshman Trae Thilmony won the individual title at 113 pounds to lead the Hawks at the Cut Bank Invitational...

 

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