Articles from the June 23, 2022 edition

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Local athlete shines in Florida

Local hero Shawn McKahan brought home two medals from the 2022 Special Olympic Games held this year...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    June 23, 2022

Electric company to install new meters

NorthWestern Energy will be installing new electric meters and gas modules in Thompson Falls as part of a technology upgrade project that will enable...

 

WEST END WONDERS

Warmer weather showcases the power of Mother Nature in local waterways. Water pours through...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    June 23, 2022

Veterans retire Old Glory

The brilliant colors of Old Glory's red, white and blue were already faded. Some were tattered and t...

 

Our Viewpoint

Here we are nearing the end of June, with summer chugging along at a steady pace. Warmer weather, vacation plans and leisure time are all increasing....

 

Montana Viewpoint

On the same day that the 50th anniversary of the Montana Constitution was being celebrated in the chambers of the Montana House of Representatives as...

 

Fouling our own nest

Some generations ago, local cattlemen who used the grazing leases along the Thompson and Little Thompson rivers built various holding pastures there t...

 

Remember When?

90 YEARS AGO • JUNE 1, 1932 INAUGURATION SATURDAY, JUNE 4 OF FARMER’S MARKET AT THE MERCANTILE A committee from the Woman’s Club were...

 

Question of the Week

CORA WOOD, Thompson Falls – “The horses because I love horses.” COOPER LILLY, Thompson Falls – “The horses because of the tricks they...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: Plains, 7; T. Falls, 4; Hot Springs, 4; Trout Creek, 1; Paradise, 1. Monday, June 13 Disturbance, Dixon. Suspicious activity, Trout Creek....

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Oliver Collins, 50, seatbelt violation, $20. Tony Martin, 45, failure to carry proof of insurance in vehicle, 1st offense,...

 

Plea entered in hit and run charges

Judge Karen Townsend presided over a lengthy calendar on Tuesday for the 20th Judicial District Court, appearing by video from Missoula. Bertha Rose...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    June 23, 2022

Group updates community on recreation projects

Kaniksu Land Trust (KLT) has continued discussions to boost the economy in Sanders County by means of one of its primary strengths: outdoor...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    June 23, 2022

Local artists inspire next generation

Artists in Sanders County are not selfish when it comes to giving of themselves, which was evident...

 

Author to share Montana stories at Paradise Center

What the reader notices first about John N. Maclean’s 2021 book, Home Waters, is the exceptional craft that went into the production of the book its...

 

Gene Patrick Conlin

Gene Patrick Conlin was born March 4, 1948, in Minot, North Dakota. His parents were James and... Full story

 

Russell Douglas Ovitt

Russell Douglas Ovitt, 46, passed away suddenly on June 5, 2022, in Kalispell, Montana. He was... Full story

 

CROSS-COUNTRY JOURNEY

A group of young men stopped in Thompson Falls last week on their Journey of Hope. The 26 cyclists...

 

Tricks, wonder, giggles at circus

There was a lion. There was a tiger. There weren't any bears, but there were plenty of smiling...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    June 23, 2022

Sewer board says project dead, maybe

The president of the Paradise sewer board said the move toward installing a community sewer system...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    June 23, 2022

Local club teaches stock packing skills

Two teenagers are unlikely to go pro when it comes to any future mule-packing contest, but they now...

 

Project ASCENT camps funded with festival

Project ASCENT welcomed community members and visitors to its annual cornhole festival last...

 

Young anglers fine tune skills

Kids Fishing Day returned to the Thompson Falls State Park Pond last week for the first time in two...

 

Hill gang gets wild in Baja Scramble

The Over the Hill Gang mixed things up a bit with a “Baja Scramble” event during Monday morning play at River’s Bend this week. Both partners...

 

Wild Coyote howls to Wednesday win

The Wild Coyote team swung easily to take the low team gross of 177 and the First Security Bank team claimed the low team net of 145. RT Brown kept...

 

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