Articles from the March 23, 2023 edition

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 By Annie Wooden    News    March 23, 2023

Panel discusses state constitution

More than 100 people attended a forum on Sunday to hear about Montana's Constitution. The forum was hosted by the Sanders County Democrats but was open to the public. Republicans and Democrats alike...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    March 23, 2023

Bull River clinic re-opens in county's west end

Bull River Clinic has reopened once again giving community members on the west-end of Sanders County local medical care. Dr. John S. Aumiller started seeing patients February 1. "Opening the clinic...

 

Heron man guilty of kidnapping

On March 15, a federal jury convicted a Heron man of kidnapping his son in violation of a parenting plan and taking him to Costa Rica, U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich said. A jury found Jacob Israel Strong, aka Jacob Israel Guill, 37, guilty of...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    March 23, 2023

HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

You didn’t have to believe in the “Luck of the Irish” to get a free meal at the St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the VFW Post 3596 Saturday evening. An estimated 60 people attended the event, which i...

 
 By Annie Wooden    Opinion    March 23, 2023

Our Viewpoint - Spring is here

Spring is here – finally! The other day I spoke with a friend on the east coast who was lamenting about the 58-degree weather. I laughed and said I had considered not wearing a sweater on my walk in 38-degree weather the same day. The humidity and w...

 

Slice of Life - Benefits of a can do attitude

As I start writing this month, I am reeling from a bad day. No matter what I tried to accomplish on this day, it ended unfinished. I should probably share that in the past three weeks I had a hand...

 

Wholehearted thanks to the 47

In Montana the rivers and streams belong to all of us. We have the right to fish, float, swim and play in the state waters given to us by Montana’s stream access law. Even if the stream is flowing through private property, the water still belongs t...

 

Professional response from school

Regardless of the final determination, the Thompson Falls school board and administration should be commended for the prompt and professional way they have handled the request to consider a 4-day school week. After the request was made, the district...

 

Remember When?

8 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 24, 1943 FRED BROWN RECOUNTS EXPERIENCES The Cabinet Forest was placed under administration April 1, 1907 with headquarters at Thompson Falls, Montana. The first supervisor was Ferdinand A. Silcox, who later became Chief of the...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Jacqueline Erickson, 32, day speeding, $70. Kim Bay, 51, driving without valid driver’s license, $285; operating non-commercial vehicle with 0.08% BAC or greater, 1st offense, 180 days jail with all suspended, $675. Jack F...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 6; Plains, 6; Hot Springs, 5; Noxon, 1. Monday, March 13 Road hazard/blockage, Noxon. Breaking entering/burglary in progress/cold case, Hot Springs. Abandoned vehicle, Noxon. Child welfare/abuse, Plains. Alarm -...

 

What do you look forward to in spring?

Marsha Stindt, Troy - “Warmer weather.” Sheila Mullen, Troy - “Sitting in the sun doing nothing.” Karen Peyer, Troy - “Going for walks with my dog.” Tammy Shriner, Thompson Falls - “Flowers, I love the colors.” Jamie Humpherys, Thompson Falls...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Sports    March 23, 2023

Plains baseball team ready for inaugural season

The head coach for the first Plains High School Horseman baseball team is enthusiastic about the upcoming season as his boys spend more time practicing outside. The Plains Horsemen started practice...

 

Michael Douglas Cottet

After 75 years of a wonderful, full and adventurous life, Michael Douglas Cottet passed away peacefully at home on March 6, 2023, after a courageous battle with cancer. Born February 20, 1948, in... Full story

 

FWP to host mule deer discussion

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is hosting a series of upcoming public meetings in northwest Montana to discuss mule deer management. FWP Region 1 staff will discuss the ecology and management of mule deer in northwest Montana, the current...

 

Cathy, Jim lead Pinochle players

It was a successful month for the GFWC Thompson Falls Woman’s Club Pinochle players. Cathy Mills and Jim Hurst are in first place after six months of play with a total of 34,830 points, followed by Lorri Renard and Joni Mosher (30,760) and Linda H...

 

Archery club to compete in Helena

Arrows have been flying through the gym all year and especially this last week as the young archers get ready to compete in their first annual state competition in Helena this weekend. It all started...

 

Busy start to Spring Mack Days

The 2023 Spring Mack Days fishing event on Flathead Lake began last weekend, with a first-weekend haul of 4,295 lake trout entries. Five anglers had perfect 100-fish days, including Mike Benson of Lonepine, Scott Bombard of Missoula, Jerry Benson of...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. BUSH 5. CREMES 11. ENTO 12. HEDONISTS 16. ACER 17. UD 18. ERGOT 19. SOMNAMBULATE 24. AI 25. TIMELY 26. CABS 27. RDF 28. SLAT 29. PENN 30. NAIF 31. ETUDE 33. TEZEL 34. UPLAND 38. TWEEDY 39. SAUCE 40. TESLA 43. ERNE 44. LIMP 45.... Full story

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    March 23, 2023

Lil' Annie's provides food truck fare in Plains

With only two eating establishments in Plains, and no full restaurants open on Saturdays, the owner of the newly established Lil' Annie's Food Truck was almost a sure thing. Lil' Annie's Food Truck... Full story

 

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