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 By Ed Moreth    Communities    June 16, 2022

READY FOR THE SEASON

The Big Hole Lookout is ready for the season, but it won't be manned by anyone looking for fires....

 

Candidates set for races

Sanders County Elections staff on Monday counted an additional 43 provisional ballots for the primary election, but the ballots did not change the...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    June 16, 2022

Plains resident questions town's decay ordinance

One Plains resident asked the mayor and the town council last Monday why a near four-year-old town...

 

4-H member shows off slithering sidekicks

Thompson Falls Library opened its doors to more than just those wanting to check out books last week...

 

Our Viewpoint

Can one person change the world? The skeptic in me prevents me from giving a resounding “YES!” to this well-worn, oft-repeated saying, because...

 

Slice of Life

In college one of my favorite courses was entitled “Humans Being.” It was an interesting study...

 

Frustrated for the future

First I was furious.  Later I just wanted to cry. I had taken my car in for servicing here locally today, Primary Election Day in Montana.  When I...

 

Remember When?

80 YEARS AGO JUNE 10, 1942 SUGAR CANNING REGULATIONS Announcement of the new canning regulations was made this week by the local rationing board. A...

 

Question of the Week

EMONIE COUTURE, Thompson Falls - “My boyfriend really likes the outdoors and we have a two year old so we like to spend Father's Day out in the...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: Plains, 10; T. Falls, 7; Hot Springs, 2; Trout Creek, 1; Paradise, 1. Monday, June 6 General animal call/complaint, T. Falls. Intoxicated...

 

Justice of the Peace

Montana Highway Patrol Susep Zimmerer, 23, operating without liability insurance, 1st offense, $285; basic rule - reasonable and prudent, $125. Kyle...

 

Community wants sewer project

After reading the June 2 article by Ed Moreth I was in disbelief regarding the sewer board's decision to turn down the county’s offer. As a member o...

 

Homesteader Days draws crowds to Hot Springs

The 73rd annual Homesteader Days in Hot Springs kicked off last weekend and while the rain may have...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    June 16, 2022

NorthWestern presents findings

NorthWestern Energy has taken another step toward relicensing the Thompson Falls Hydroelectric Project. In a public meeting held in Missoula, the...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    June 16, 2022

Miss Montana to visit T. Falls

A Montana icon will help honor a Thompson Falls icon later this month. The historic Miss Montana...

 

Task force changes strategy on milfoil

When we look around and see all the chaos, turmoil and what may seem like the end of the world, we...

 

Miller enjoys musical expression

I had the pleasure of interviewing Laurel Miller. Miller is 18 and has just completed her senior...

 

T. Falls Library kicks off summer reading programs

Thompson Falls Library is gearing up for a busy summer and is ready to meet patrons’ needs as they offer a little fun and friendly competition in...

 

Woman's Club shoe drive off to a running start

The first annual shoe drive, held by the Thompson Falls Woman’s Club (TFWC), got off on the right foot. The fundraiser, which started in February,...

 

Elks event tests blindfolded driving skills

Driving blindfolded over and around obstacles with someone next to you navigating may not sound...

 

RUNNING RIVER

The Clark Fork River pours over NorthWestern Energy's Thompson Falls dam as the spring runoff makes...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Sports    June 16, 2022

Riverdogs sock the Red Sox

The Clark Fork Valley Riverdogs socked the Sox Sunday by claiming doubleheader victories at...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Sports    June 16, 2022

Clark Fork U12 team heads to state

Only one Sanders County soccer team will be participating in the Montana State Tournament in Helena...

 

Nygaard, Holleran lead Thursday ladies

Jeanne Holleran and Tina Wheeler shot the low team gross of 104, and Liz Morkert and Lana Nolen had the low team net of 76 in Thursday night Ladies...

 

Easy Street, Bear Muscle win rounds

The Easy Street Autoworks team kept their game tight and took the low team gross of 179 and Bear Muscle Fitness the low team net of 145. The low...

 

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