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Articles from the July 19, 2018 edition

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 By Ed Moreth    News    July 19, 2018

Work begins on Plains street

Work to get the roads of Plains fixed began last week with Farmer Street, considered the worst of...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 19, 2018

Candidate responds to theft charges

Special Deputy Sanders County Attorney Steven Eschenbacher has filed two counts of felony theft against Naomi Leisz, a private attorney and a current...

 

Roadblock

MIDAFTERNOON DELAY – A truck hauling a camper trailer met its demise when it bumped into the...

 

Hikers warned of mountain goat etiquette on Scotchman Peak Trail

Every summer the Idaho Panhandle National Forests receives reports of people getting too close to...

 

FS decides on Cub Creek f ire salvage project

Kootenai National Forest, Forest Supervisor Christopher Savage has announced that he has signed the decision for the Cub Creek Salvage Project...

 

Summer events bring communities together

This month, our small communities have come together to honor veterans, celebrate the U.S., and have a little fun. Each year, Noxon puts on a...

 
 By Rob Kjos    Opinion    July 19, 2018

Other Viewpoints:

“The rise of corporate dominance and the theft of human rights.” That grabs your attention, right? It is the subject of the book Unequal...

 

At least vandals had good aim

Editor, Recently, the Thompson Falls Trap Club installed stanchions and provided wooden frames with cardboard to attach targets in the pistol and...

 

See God in the mirror, not Trump

I am horrified by the President’s words at the European Summit and his subsequent meeting with Putin. This is a man who sees himself as the center...

 

Remember When

40 YEARS AGO • JUNE 20, 1978 SINCE I LAST WROTE FOR THE LEDGER By Harry L. Billings (AKA Peanuts, TFHS Class of ’29) Gretchen and I are pinch hitt...

 

Question of the Week

DAKOTA GOATLEY, Thompson Falls – “Yes. Finlay Flats. You get the most sunfish there. We don’t eat them. We catch and release.” BECKY MAZUR,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 3; T. Falls, 4; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 1; Dixon QRU, 2. Sunday, July 8 Report of legs coming out of a hay bale, Hwy. 200, Belknap....

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    July 19, 2018

Woman pleads not guilty to multiple charges

A defendant entered not guilty pleas in 20th District Judicial Court on Tuesday to four counts stemming from a March 24 crash on Highway 135. Julie...

 

Justice Court

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Shawn Houdek, 40, unlawful purchase of residential license by nonresident, $1085. Greenup Wayne, 56, fishing without...

 

Musician reminisces of Hot Springs gig

You never know who is going to walk through your door. At The Ledger earlier this month, a gentleman...

 

New business helps beat the heat

Danielle Wood of Thompson Falls is offering a little help in beating the heat this summer. Wood, a Pampered Chef consultant in Thompson Falls who...

 

Dean's list honors

Sanders County students who made the Dean’s List at Flathead Valley Community College were Addison O. Mueller, from Hot Springs and Hailey R. Coe,...

 

Lakeside to welcome classic cars

Trout Creek will go back in time with the annual Cool Summer Nights car show at the Lakeside Resort. The event will feature cars, trucks and motorcycl...

 

Clarification

A July 5 Sanders County Ledger article about the Heron bridge dedication mentioned that a representative for Sen. Steve Daines read a statement at...

 

Thomas "Tom" Willard Ormsby

Thomas “Tom” Willard Ormsby, age 87, passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2018, at Hot Spring Health and Rehab Center in Hot Springs, Montana. Tom was... Full story

 

Cheryl Gene Conlin

Cheryl Gene Conlin passed away at home where she was cared for by family and hospice. At 75 years young, Cheryl was born in Missoula and raised in... Full story

 

Rosendale better for veterans

Editor: As a disabled U.S. Army veteran who relies heavily on VA for my health care, I respectfully take issue with Commander (Ret.) Thomas Humphreys...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 19, 2018

Agencies propose fish restoration work

Native fish restoration projects are being proposed for Graves Creek, Crow Creek, Copper Gulch, Fishtrap Creek and upper Prospect Creek. Montana...

 

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