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Paradise wants to clean up the town

The community of Paradise doesn’t have a bona fide town government or its own law enforcement, but a group of residents decided something needed to...

 

FROSTY and FRIGID

January went out in a fury last weekend as a winter storm brought bitter winds and several inches...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    February 7, 2019

Blackfoot maintenance to cause short outage Wednesday evening

UPDATE: Blackfoot confirms the work was completed at 11:42 p.m. Wednesday evening and all systems are again operational. Blackfoot customers from... Full story

 

Our Viewpoint

Not quite as smart as I might look, I, John Hamilton, The Ledger’s sports guy, have decided to take a shot at editorial writing and offer my...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    February 7, 2019

TF student takes concerns to Helena

For more than five years, Thompson Falls resident Maggie McGillis and her sixth-grade daughter...

 

Montana Viewpoint

The Republican controlled Montana Legislature is changing its rules in order to forbid the posting...

 

2019 Legislature Report

Dear All, This past week saw a big increase in activities. House bills are now showing up in the Senate committees and Senate bills have even progress...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 30, 1969 WINTER STORM LASHES COUNTY OVER WEEKEND Sanders County residents were continuing Wednesday to dig out from the worst...

 

Question of the Week

STEVEN HARDY, Plains – “No, I didn’t this year. I’ve gotten it the last five years and I have gotten sick. I thought I’d try something...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    February 7, 2019

Not guilty pleas in DUI cases

In 20th District Judicial Court on Tuesday, John Harp entered not guilty pleas to three counts: driving under the influence of alcohol, fourth or subs...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 4; T. Falls, 8; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 3. Sunday, January 27 Montana Highway Patrol drove up on a truck in the ditch with...

 

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Robert Croft, 61, violation of restrictions imposed on probationary drivers license, $135. Holly Blood, 35,...

 

Many reasons to support wastewater project

Dear Editor, I am in favor of moving forward with Phase I and II of the wastewater project. I would like the City Council to vote in favor of this...

 

Blackstone is spot on

I feel the need to express how much I enjoy the bi-weekly columns written by Blaine Blackstone. The topic and content of his January 31 commentary...

 

TF robot completes MSU mission

} rightFrontDrive.setPower(-1);. No, The Ledger did not make a mistake. This computer programming,...

 

Woman's Club helps communities

In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service, the General Federation of...

 

4-H members host leadership event in Helena

Members and leaders of the Sanders County 4-H program helped to host the Biennial 4-H Legislative...

 

Local watershed partners plan for busy year

Local land managers, fish biologists, watershed workers and contractors are rolling up their sleeves in 2019 to improve the health of several area str...

 

June Irene Sanks

June Irene Sanks was born in a small farm house near Hinsdale, Montana, on July 23, 1929, and... Full story

 

Terry William Molzahn

Terry William Molzahn passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2019, in Plains, Montana after complications from... Full story

 

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Tax help available

The AARP Tax-Aide Program provides free help in preparing and electronically filing Federal and State income tax returns for low to moderate income...

 

County honors employees for longevity

Longevity matters, and Sanders County employees were honored for their time in service last week....

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    February 7, 2019

T. Falls receives grant for pool

The City of Thompson Falls has received a grant to help upgrade the city pool. The $75,000 grant came from Montana State Parks, and the city will...

 

Group helps empower TF students

Empower Montana came to Thompson Falls High School January 28. The program was first recommended by student Trinity Godfrey and counselor Jodi Morgan...

 

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