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FINDING THE PERFECT FIT

The Plains Community Clothing Bank is reaching out to help students look good for the school prom. T...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    April 15, 2021

T. Falls projects advance

The wastewater project and improvements to the water system in Thompson Falls are progressing, Mayor Mark Sheets said this week. "The sewer project is...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    April 15, 2021

CFVH podiatrist has local roots

Clark Fork Valley Hospital is featuring a new podiatrist and he's no stranger to Sanders County....

 
 By John Dowd    News    April 15, 2021

1 dead in Hwy 200 crash

One person was killed and another injured when a passenger vehicle struck a logging truck head-on early Monday morning east of Thompson Falls....

 

PRAIRIE WILDFIRE

A wildlife burned more than 300 acres last week. The CSKT Division of Fire responded to the...

 

Our Viewpoint

This week, The Ledger is publishing profiles of candidates for local school board elections. You'll find these on pages 4 and 5. Local boards and...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    April 15, 2021

Montana Viewpoint

“Who are you going to believe, me or your own eyes?” – Chico Marx Sometimes it seems to me...

 

We should have sticker shock

This past week, Montana’s Senate passed SB 379, 27-21. It’s a bill that’s equivalent to a “Get Out of Jail Free’’ card for NorthWestern...

 

Voting isn't difficult

I am writing in response to Jim Elliott’s column from April 1, regarding his comments about recent changes to voting laws. One take was that it is...

 

Remember When?

"TIMBER-R-R-R OOP DA HILL..." From interviews conducted by Mike Scott "Timber-r-r-r oop da hill."...

 

Question of the Week

Cheryl Fraser, Thompson Falls - “Yes, I think it’s a very good idea. I think it will save lives.” Karen Dykstra, Thompson Falls - “Yes, I real...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: Plains, 5; T. Falls, 6; Hot Springs, 4; Trout Creek, 1; Dixon, 2; Paradise, 1. Monday, April 5 Theft, Trout Creek. Assist other agency,...

 

Justice Court

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Jason Clark, 42, hunt or fish without license, $135. Motor Carrier Services Justin Stephens, 39, log not current,...

 

Board members essential

While in agreement with the editors statements about the need for, and value of, interested folks running for school boards, the statement got me...

 

CORRECTION

The Montana Arts Council does not supply grant funding toward farmer’s markets, small farming equipment or aid meatpacking businesses. Federal...

 

ELECTION 2021: Thompson Falls School Board Candidates

NAME: Averie Boon EDUCATION: GED OCCUPATION: Salon owner, cosmetologist Why do you want to be on...

 

ELECTION 2021: Noxon School Board Candidates

NAME: Cassandra Hill EDUCATION: Noxon High School graduate, 2006 OCCUPATION: Stay-at-home mom Why...

 

ELECTION 2021: Plains School Board Candidates

NAME: Charles French EDUCATION: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Montana State University OCCUPATION: Engineer Why do you want to be on the school...

 

ELECTION 2021: Trout Creek School Board Candidates

NAME: Sarah Cooper EDUCATION: Associates Degree Nursing; Bachelor of Science, Social Science with emphasis in Economics OCCUPATION: Registered Nurse,...

 

Robert E. Anderson

Robert E. Anderson died on the morning of Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021, at his home in Kalispell.... Full story

 

Dolores Aldrich Hill Burrese

Dolores (Dolly) Evelyn Aldrich Hill Burrese was born April 14, 1933 at the Aldrich ranch on Cherry C... Full story

 
 By John Dowd    News    April 15, 2021

School moves ahead with NHS trip plans

The Thompson Falls School Board approved a National Honor Society senior trip this year. The group still has around $16,000 from last year and 19...

 
 By John Dowd    News    April 15, 2021

Not guilty pleas to drug charges

Jennifer Flemmer pleaded not guilty in 20th District Judicial Court last week, to charges of felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs and...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    April 15, 2021

Council votes down animal ordinance

The Thompson Falls City Council on Monday voted down an ordinance allowing residents to have chickens, rabbits, ducks and quails in the city limits. T...

 

Pinwheels bring awareness

A group of pinwheels fluttering in the breeze might not halt domestic violence, but members of the...

 

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