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Wonderful weekend of sales set

Hundreds of people will converge on Sanders County this weekend for the 13th Annual Sanders Sale-ing event. More than 60 yard sales, garage sales,...

 

TF teen dies in Missoula

by Annie Wooden A Thompson Falls High School student died last week following a traffic stop in Missoula. Luke Comerford, 17, died Tuesday, June 18....

 

UNDER THE BIG TOP

Sanders County was entertained yet again by the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus (CMC) that came...

 

Record participation in annual ATV poker run

The town of Trout Creek transformed into the ATV Capital of the world last Saturday with the annual...

 

Our Viewpoint

Two days of yard saleing sounds a bit like heaven to us. Not just for the chance to find vintage Fiestaware or John Denver records, but for the...

 

Keep pets safe this July 4

Editor: July 5 is the busiest day each year for animal shelters around the country. Pets who are frightened by Fourth of July fireworks and...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    June 27, 2019

Montana Viewpoint

An inflammatory statement by an Oregon state senator has encouraged a militia organization to...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JULY 3, 1969 ROUNDUP ‘SUCCESSFUL’ The rain stopped and the crowd came out and the 6th annual roundup was a success, according to...

 

Question of the Week

JIM ALEXANDER, Whitepine – “No, I have not. I have seen them around, but I haven’t had to deal with them.” ANNA CURRY, Thompson Falls ...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    June 27, 2019

Arrest made after several thefts

An arrest was made Monday in a string of recent thefts on the west end of Sanders County. Detective Martin Spring with the Sanders County Sheriff’s...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 7; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 3; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, June 16 Prowler, H. Springs. Motor vehicle crash reported at Sherif...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Shane Morigeau, 22, operating with alcohol concentration of .02 BAC, 1st offense over 18, $335; careless driving, $125. Daniel...

 

Correction

Charlie and Christine Munday, who recently purchased the Whistlestop Laundromat in Thompson Falls, moved to the area from San Diego, not San...

 

Noxon plans fun-filled 4th

The town of Noxon is getting ready for their annual Fourth of July celebration, set for next Thursday. Joyce Hilt, who helps organize the event, said...

 

SUMMER VISITOR

SEVERAL FAWNS have been spotted throughout Sanders County as the first days of summer pass by....

 

TF alumni to gather this weekend

Thompson Falls will be descended upon by Blue Hawks from afar June 28-30. The classes of 1962-1966, 1969, 1979, and a small number of graduates from...

 

Red ant visits Thompson Falls

Rural communities throughout Montana are being highlighted and celebrated by the Red Ants Pants Foundation (RAPF) at their annual music festival in...

 

David L. Jones

David L. Jones, 77, passed away at his home, Sunday, May 26, 2019, in Spokane, Washington, after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s... Full story

 

Fourth-quarter honor roll announced

Noxon Junior High The students who earned honor roll for the seventh grade are Kenya Brubaker and Martha Klaus. Honorable mention went to David...

 

Dog days of summer at TF park

Dogs will have their day in Thompson Falls on Sat., June 29, beginning with an organized dog walk at the high school track, followed by a four-hour...

 

SPRUCING UP

Students from Noxon public schools gathered together to give back to the communities of Noxon,...

 

Design for the ages

“I wanted something that reflected the age,” said James Crowder, owner of Mighty Fine T’s in...

 

Art decks the walls of CFVH

The Main St. hallway of the Clark Fork Valley Hospital (CFVH) has been given a makeover for the...

 

T. Falls resident honors K-9 unit

Officer Lynn Lanzoni and his K-9 partner Max were honored by local Thompson Falls resident Judy...

 

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