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Articles from the January 21, 2021 edition

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T. Falls murder trial begins

The trial of former Thompson Falls resident Danielle Wood began Tuesday with opening arguments by...

 
 By John Dowd    News    January 21, 2021

HISTORIC WINDSTORM

Sanders County continues to recover from a severe windstorm that swept through the area last week,...

 

COVID-19 rules lifted in directive

Gov. Greg Gianforte has issued a new directive that will lift restrictions on small businesses due...

 

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...

 

Our Viewpoint

Last week in Sanders County, we saw a devastating winter windstorm that knocked out power to much of the county for days. Trees were uprooted, some...

 

Montana Viewpoint

The Capitol has been trashed by bThe Capitol has been trashed by big boys and girls who should have...

 

Election irregularities

Dear Editor, I would like to respond to Jim Elliot’s op-ed “A dangerous game with democracy” (January 7, 2021). There are hundreds of...

 

Remember When?

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,...

 

Question of the Week

Jordan Fisher, Thompson Falls - “One thing I have learned from last week’s storm is there is...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Erika James, 37, driving while privilege suspended, 1st offense, $275; operating without liability insurance, 2nd offense,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 12; Dixon, 2; Hot Springs, 9; Plains, 13; Trout Creek, 2; Heron, 1; Paradise, 1. Sunday, January 10 Welfare check, Noxon....

 

Options for thickening your favorite pies

The holidays aren't the only time for pie. A homemade pie can be a delicious treat any time of...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    January 21, 2021

Hundreds show interest in COVID-19 vaccine

Some Sanders County residents will begin receiving the required second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as Clark Fork Valley Hospital (CFVH) prepares to...

 

Bowling Scores

THOMPSON FALLS MONDAY NITE GALS W L Dangerous Dames 37 27 Rock’n Bowl 36 28 Dolls with Balls 33.5 30.5 Nascar Freaks 31.5 32.5 Talk of the Town 30...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. MOAB 5. SOCHI 10. FAILLE 12. ABLOOM 14. ACADEMICIAN 16. AC 18. RBC 19. ISH 20.... Full story

 

Battles named to Dean's List

Montana State University - Northern in Havre awarded Thompson Falls High School graduate Ryan Battles for outstanding academic performance for first...

 

Cafe owner looks ahead after fire

A fire destroyed the Thompson Falls Genki Asian Cafe on October 17. The blaze burned all night, and...

 

Heron author tells new tales

Sandy Compton's new book from Blue Creek Press - The Dog With His Head On Sideways - begins with a...

 

ADD AN AVOCADO

Sure, avocados have received a lot of negative attention in the news lately. From their...

 

Lady Hawks earn respect

Respect earned, respect deserved. The Thompson Falls Lady Hawks, after first making an appearance...

 

Trotters seek positives

After a disappointing start to the season, coach Eddie Fultz and his Plains Trotters are ready for a positive change. The Trotters fell to 0-3 in...

 

P-HS grappling hits the mats

It was a long time coming but well worth the wait. Coach Shane Angle and his Plains-Hot Springs wrestling team finally hit the mats for actual...

 

Devils make up for lost time

Making up for lost time, the Noxon Lady Red Devils started out their delayed basketball season with a pair of wins last week, taking down the Trotters...

 

Heat do their best against Charlo

To be the best, you have to play the best. Playing the best team going in District 14C last week, the Hot Springs Savage Heat girls lost 60-25 to the...

 

No. 10 Hawks defeat Bigfork mystique

Maybe the Bigfork mystique isn't what it used to be. Or maybe the Hawks are just really good. Facing...

 

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