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Articles from the July 11, 2019 edition

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 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 11, 2019

County task force takes on blueweed

Sanders County is committed to tackling the blueweed problem that appears to be gaining momentum....

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 11, 2019

SHINY SHOW

It didn't have the most cars, but it had the most variety since it began, said Bryan Spellman, who v...

 
 By Callie Jacobson    News    July 11, 2019

TF Council to take over veterans memorial

It was a smooth evening for the Thompson Falls City Council, with every action item on the agenda gaining approval to move forward. Those items...

 

Huckleberry Festival names grand marshals

The grand marshals for the 40th Huckleberry Festival are Kathy and Jim Hill. Kathy has been the...

 

Our Viewpoint

Recently, we had the opportunity to visit the East Coast with a friend who is a native of New York. It was interesting to go back with her and see a d...

 

Fortunate for local businesses

As I watched our new drug store owners tussle with insurance companies (been there) as they took over this past week, it reminded me how tough it can...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    July 11, 2019

Montana Viewpoint

Representative Justin Amash, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, may be the most principled man in American...

 

Remember When?

90 YEARS AGO MERCANTILE COMPANY GOPHER CONTEST OVER Boys turn in about 2000 tails The gopher contest, sponsored by the Thompson Falls Mercantile...

 

Question of the Week

LONA COLLINS, Thompson Falls – “Gardening. I’m mostly home bound. I like everything. I have flowers this year. I’m right by the dog trail and...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 6; Plains, 7. Sunday, June 30 Motor vehicle crash, Prospect Creek, T. Falls. Assault, Plains. Protection order...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Brendan Moore, 24, driving while privilege is suspended or revoked, 1st offense, $285. Paul Heidegger, 54, day speeding, $70....

 

The Grange comes back to life

To most of us, "The Grange" conjures up movie images of a modest rural building with wholesome...

 

FWP plans information meetings on CWD

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is hosting upcoming public information meetings to provide an update on chronic wasting disease detections in Lib...

 

Hunting regulation changes proposed

At its June 19 meeting, the Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed to adopt an administrative rule pertaining to two-way communication while hunting, a...

 

Recovery continues 20 years after accident

July 3 marked 20 years since Justin Knutson fell about 150 feet while climbing near Noxon. Knutson...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 11, 2019

CELEBRATING INDEPENDENCE DAY

The residents of Paradise celebrated the nation's birthday with food, drink, games and fellowship...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 11, 2019

VFW serves up free burgers, hot dogs on the 4th

Fred Young Park was a busy place for about three hours on Independence Day as members of VFW Post 35...

 

Noxon neighbors celebrate holiday

It was July 4th with all the trappings of a big parade, and people dressed in their reds, whites...

 

Walking America

Some people celebrate America by shooting off fireworks. Others, like Laurie Clauson, rejoice by...

 

Artists showcase work in Paradise

The Paradise Center will once again host “Artists in Paradise” July 18 through 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the former Paradise School in...

 
 By Callie Jacobson    News    July 11, 2019

Summer lunch program changes

The Thompson Falls Elementary School offers breakfast and lunch during their two sessions of summer school. The first session was Monday through Thurs...

 

Food, fellowship at Chicken Jamboree

The Christian Men’s Prayer Breakfast group will once again host the Chicken Jamboree at Thompson Falls Power Park on July 20. Originally set up by...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    July 11, 2019

Run, row and ride in the Adventure Challenge

It's Sanders County's very own triathlon - a run, row and ride race through the splendor of our...

 
 By John Hamilton    Sports    July 11, 2019

Softball games set

Readers may find out about these games after the fact due to the Thursday publishing date of the Ledger, but Thompson Falls was set to host Sandpoint...

 

Paro to play for Marshall University

SIGNING ON THE DOTTED LINE - Hot Springs' Trevor Paro signed his national letter of intent to play...

 

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