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 By Annie Wooden    News    January 24, 2019

Making trash look good

The mountain. The pyramid. The Sanders County Commissioners have heard many nicknames for the mound...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    January 24, 2019

School levy left out of budget

The Noxon High School technology levy passed last May was not included in the school’s budget, the school board was informed Monday evening. School...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    January 24, 2019

WMMHC adds new programs

“Things are looking up for us,” said Abby Harnett, Executive Director for Western Montana Mental Health Center (WMMHC). Not long ago, WMMHC had...

 

Weathering the Storm

As residents were shoveling winter's bounty over the weekend, the local wildlife population was...

 

Our Viewpoint

The Local Advisory Council, Western Montana Mental Health Center, Flathead Valley Chemical Dependency Clinic, the Tobacco Prevention Specialist for...

 
 By Denley Loge    News    January 24, 2019

2019 Legislature Report

This last week finished week two of the 66th legislative session. Week two brought a lot of bills...

 

Montana Viewpoint

When you were little, did you ever use a cuss word in front of your mother and get called on it, maybe even smacked? Maybe you defended yourself by...

 

Check the Blackstone 'facts'

About the only thing I can agree with Blaine Blackstone “Truth is incontrovertible” is his recommendation on checking the facts. Particularly,...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 23, 1969 STATE ISSUES CALL FOR PERMA CURVES PROJECTS The Montana Highway Commission will open bids for reconstruction of...

 

Question of the Week

JAMES STENERSON, Thompson Falls – “By keeping on getting the firewood. Yesterday was wood day.” KEN MONTOURE, Thompson Falls – “I try to...

 

Commissioners support continuing the HELP Act

To Area Representatives and Senators Jennifer Fielder, Bob Brown and Denley Loge We, the Sanders County Commissioners are writing this letter in...

 

Many people need help

Really? Mr. Blackstone are you really challenging us to hunt for and find facts to prove you wrong regarding the border security issue? That...

 

Is this what we've become?

Blaine Blackstone’s latest column, Street Smart, in last week’s Ledger did not truly take me by surprise. He has been very vocal in our...

 

Homeland Security has facts

Editor, In response to Mr. Blackstone’s article I’d like to pass on to your readers one way to help find the facts. Here is the latest report...

 

Inform yourself on project

By now you should have received a letter from the City of Thompson Falls regarding the wastewater system. If you are unfamiliar with this subject you...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 4; T. Falls, 5; Plains, 7; H. Springs, 8; Dixon QRU, 2. Sunday, January 13 Welfare check, Plains. Motorist assist, disabled...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Whitney Peine, 27, operating a vehicle without interlock, $235; day speeding, $20. Shawn Tate, 26, fail to carry proof of...

 

Arts Council looks to future events

The Sanders County Arts Council's Visual Arts Committee met at the Paradise Center Saturday to go ov...

 

New salon owner's dream comes true

Inga Scharnhorst recently purchased The Beauty Bar Salon in Trout Creek. "It's a dream come true,"...

 

Brylee Rose Nelson

Brylee Rose Nelson passed away in Spokane, Washington, on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at the age of 3 months and 2 days. Graveside services will be...

 

Students earn college honors

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY Montana State University in Bozeman announced its undergraduate honor rolls for fall semester 2018. There are two MSU honor...

 

PEACEFUL STROLL

Choose life supporters walked along Main Street sidewalks Tuesday afternoon showing their support...

 

MSU Extension offers farm workshop

Montana State University Extension will offer farm management workshops in eight communities, including Plains, this spring. MSU Extension economists...

 

FVCDC to show documentary on teens and screens

The average kid spends 6.5 hours a day looking at screens, according to the film. Filmmaker and physician Delaney Ruston wondered about the impact of...

 

WINTER FUN

The Wild Coyote Saloon took advantage of the winter weather last weekend, hosing a winter carnival...

 

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