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Articles from the July 26, 2018 edition

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 By John Hamilton    News    July 26, 2018

County fire season begins

Fire season is here; now it is a matter of getting through it with minimal impact. With no...

 

Dam work progresses

Under the watchful eye of a resident swan, employees from NorthWestern Energy began reinstalling...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    July 26, 2018

Paradise secures sewer funding

Paradise, a place of extreme beauty, pleasure and delight. Without proper sewage disposal, Paradise just can’t be paradise. Fortunate for...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 26, 2018

Local artists show off creations

A dozen artists from Sanders County gathered for the 5th Annual Artists in Paradise exhibition at th...

 

Our Viewpoint

This week, Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte was banned from competition for more than a year after an investagtion by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. A photo...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    July 26, 2018

Montana Viewpoint

As I think of America’s current political impasse(es) there are two quotes that come to mind....

 

Follow procedures, avoid problems

Editor, I’m writing in response to an editorial in the July 12 paper authored by a U.S. Navy commander, Ret. From Noxon, “Sen. Tester works for...

 

County is red, blue and purple

Yes, Major Manning, you have caught Tom blue handed. He is an actual Democrat in Sanders County. Although not the vice-chair this year. I am quite sur...

 

Remember When

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

 

Question of the week

GEORGE HOILAND, Thompson Falls – “Let’s clean it up America, it’s time for some tough love.” REGINA SKOCZYLAS, Trout Creek – “Give the...

 

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Ashley Grounds, 31, exceeding special zone speed limit, $55. Rhienna Davis, 33, operating without liability...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Noxon, 5; T. Falls, 9; Plains, 7; Hot Springs, 3. Sunday, July 15 Officer requested for domestic disturbance, Heron. Vehicle all...

 

Harvest plentiful at local blueberry farm

Blueberry harvest season has begun in northwestern Montana and Eller's Blueberry Farm is ready to...

 
 By Callie Jacobson    News    July 26, 2018

Local Town Pump honored for ID compliance

Employees of the Thompson Falls Town Pump C-Store fight against underage drinking by requiring ID...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 26, 2018

Paradise Center open house draws visitors

Nearly 80 people showed up at the open house of the Paradise Center, formerly Paradise Elementary...

 

Fellowship in the power park

Live music, great food, and face-painting are just some of what was found at the annual Chicken...

 

Bodie Charles Mickelson

Lisa and Jake Mickelson of Thompson Falls welcomed a son, Bodie Charles, Thursday, July 19 at 3:40...

 

An unwelcome visitor

SUMMER CREATURES - Hot summer days bring out flowers and crops, but also rattlesnakes in the area....

 

Cool cars, hot days

Hot summer days and cool cars came together for the Cool Summer Nights car show in Trout Creek over...

 

Morrison leaves legacy on local music festival

The vibrant sounds of the 15th annual Baroque Music Festival filled the nearly packed convert...

 

Wayside tourney benefits vets

Local veterans and members of the community took to the golf course Saturday to raise money for the...

 

Wild Coyotes break ahead of the pack

The Wild Coyotes broke loose from the pack and are now running scared but free, a little ways ahead of the rest of golf-hounds chasing them in...

 

Shanks a Lot takes over first place

Shanks a Lot golfers don’t always shank a lot of their shots. Sometimes they send their golf balls straight and true down the fairways, and roll...

 

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