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 By Ed Moreth    News    March 7, 2019

Plains man gets top state award

When Greg Dicken of the Plains Public Works Department takes his package to the post office, he...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    March 7, 2019

REPEAT CHAMPION

It took Plains sixth-grade student Kailtlyn Ducept four rounds to retain her title as Sanders County...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    March 7, 2019

Hazard plan up for review

Being prepared for a disaster takes a lot of planning. Sanders County is a step closer to updating its Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, which includes...

 

Our Viewpoint

At the Thompson Falls School Board meeting on Monday, High School Principal Rich Ferris addressed attendance, saying it’s probably the greatest...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    March 7, 2019

Montana Viewpoint

When does an Executive Order usurp the constitutional powers of Congress? Certainly when it directs...

 

Check on your Congress members

There is a new word being thrown around that most people haven’t heard of – “infanticide.” Which is most appropriately defined as murder. If...

 

Remember When?

100 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 13, 1919 NARROW ESCAPE Patrick Duffy who lives three miles west of Heron had the misfortune to lose his team of horses in the...

 

Question of the Week

DON HOPPE, Noxon – “Someone from Chattahoochee, like an Alan Jackson song.” SANDY DAVIS, Noxon – “Nice downtown people … pretty happy...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Christi Groneman, 34, seatbelt violation, $20; driving a motor vehicle while privilege is suspended, $210. Mark Gibson, 30,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 6; Plains, 5; H. Springs, 4; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, February 24 Disabled vehicle on Marten Creek, T. Creek....

 

Rednecks raise funds for TCCIA

The Lakeside Resort's convention room was full of camouflage and blacked-out teeth Saturday night...

 

Leigh Lake September

The September day started out early, before the sun rose, as most expeditions like this do. I laced...

 

Audrey Nadiene (Colyer) Knapp

Audrey Nadiene (Colyer) Knapp, 78 of Plains, Montana, passed away peacefully into the loving arms... Full story

 

Boyd L. Davis, 1938-2019

CLARK FORK, IDAHO – Boyd Leonard Davis was born January 10, 1938 and passed away at his residence... Full story

 

Speakers will help 'kick tobacco's butt'

Next week, students from several Sanders County schools will be spending a day dedicated to...

 

TURKEY HUDDLE

Cold temperatures have us all looking for a little warmth. Turkeys have been seen huddling to keep...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    March 7, 2019

DAY OF THE DINOSAURS

Plains School was invaded by prehistoric animals Friday, but they weren't the normal dinosaurs....

 

2019 Legislative Session

HELENA — Montana’s House of Representatives passed a controversial resolution last week that would urge the federal government to deny a bison gra...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    March 7, 2019

Plains preparing for annual festival

Two feet of snow on the ground and temperatures in the teens seems to be a good time to start...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    March 7, 2019

If spring-time ever comes

It may not look, or feel much like spring yet, but the calendar argues otherwise and high school sports teams in Sanders County will begin practice...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    March 7, 2019

County gridders invited to 6-Man All-Star game

The high school football careers of Tyler Carr and Tyler Knudsen of Hot Springs and Levi Brubaker of Noxon are not quite over, they have one more game...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    March 7, 2019

View from the sidelines

The west is definitely not the best when it comes to girls Class C basketball. In the only state tou...

 

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