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 By Annie Wooden    News    June 30, 2022

LOCAL LEGENDS

The energy at the Thompson Falls Airport on Saturday was worthy of a visit from a celebrity. The...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    June 30, 2022

4-Hers ready animals for fair

A steer expert recently helped steer kids who are showing steers at the upcoming Sanders County Fair...

 

Library brings neighbors together

Take a book or leave a book. A simple exchange stands as the objective for Little Free Libraries, a...

 
 By Annie Wooden    Sports    June 30, 2022

Runners compete in Missoula Marathon

Several Sanders County residents spent their Sunday on the streets of Missoula for the Missoula Mara...

 

Our Viewpoint

As we approach the Fourth of July, it's important to think about the principles this country was founded on. We are the United States of America and...

 
 By Sandy Compton    Opinion    June 30, 2022

A Few Thoughts

In John Prine’s song “Way Back Then,” he sings, “I am out undoing all the good I’ve done.” That could be a theme for the past few years...

 

Leave this area alone

Again a group is wanting to improve this little town for recreating, for a few, more like make it like Missoula. The area needs to be left alone. Why...

 

Remember When?

105 YEARS AGO • JUNE 28, 1917 ALL LUMBER CAMPS STRIKE General Walkout in County Part of Nation-Wid...

 

Question of the Week

CANNON HELVEY, Thompson Falls - “I have been playing basketball since the second grade. I’m hoping to improve my layups.” KELCI McGILLIS,...

 

Hot Springs man guilty of deliberate homicide

During trial on June 9, a jury found Aaron Eugene McLaughlin guilty of deliberate homicide in the 2020 death of Raymond Wachlin. According charging...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 7; Plains, 7; Trout Creek, 2; Hot Springs, 2; Paradise, 1; Heron, 1. Monday, June 20 General animal call/complaint, Plains....

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol KC McGahuey, 24, day speeding, $20. Lisa Lewis, 52, day speeding, $70. Blake McDonald, 20, day speeding, $120. Jessica...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    June 30, 2022

State law allows local dispensary to expand

A Trout Creek business is offering medical and recreational marijuana locally, saving residents...

 
 By Miriah Kardelis    News    June 30, 2022

Surveys assess local workforce needs

Mission West Community Development Partners has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to conduct studies that will explore the...

 

Scott Burrill Haight

May 23, 1928 - June 2, 2022 Scott Burrill Haight, 94, passed away Thursday, June 2, 2022, at his...

 

Charles John Haun

April 12, 1937 – June 21, 2022 Charles J. Haun passed in his home peacefully in the late evening o...

 

Group cancels annual Chicken Jamboree

A favorite annual summer event is being forced to cancel this year. The 2022 Chicken Jamboree, put on by the Christian Men’s Prayer Group, has been...

 

SCCHO organization receives donation

Sanders County Community Housing Organization (SCCHO) recently received a donation of $5,000 from First Security Bank. The donation will help the...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    June 30, 2022

Plains students get lesson in firef ighting

The Plains Schools Summer Program began last week with a visit from local firefighters, but it was...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    June 30, 2022

Ham radio operators hone skills

To ham it up was all part of the game for a group of people who spent the day in Thompson Falls...

 

Pickleball club continues efforts

Pickleball – a combination of tennis, badminton and ping-pong – has become known as the...

 

Over the Hill Gang welcomes sunshine

The sun was shining, and the clouds had shied away. That meant no more raincoats for the Over the Hill Gang during Monday play at Rivers Bend. Mike...

 

Feed-N-Fuel nabs first-half title

The Feed-N-Fuel team played well and won the first half of the season and Bear Muscle Fitness won the play day scramble during Tuesday evening play...

 

Wheelers lead Thursday rounds

Jackie Pride and Jan Thompson kept the ball rolling easy and took the low team gross of 104, and Kristy Beaty and Danice Toyias pulled down the low...

 

FSB wins first half

The First Security Bank team worked hard and won the first half of the season and the Highlead team won the play day scramble during Wednesday...

 

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