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 By John Dowd    News    August 12, 2021

Huckleberry Festival returns to Trout Creek

The Trout Creek Huckleberry Festival is returning this year and festival planners said they are...

 
 By John Hamilton    News    August 12, 2021

Crews work to contain blaze

The battle with the Thorne Creek fire is slowly but surely being won. Since the lightning-caused...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 12, 2021

Residents help others through blood drives

The American Red Cross conducted a three-day blood drive in Sanders County last week. The drive...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 12, 2021

TF man faces drug charges

Thompson Falls Police Department (TFPD) discovered and dismantled two meth labs in the city late...

 

OUR VIEWPOINT: That time firefighters saved a baby shower

Sometimes things don't go as planned. This past weekend we had a baby shower for my friend Andrea.... Full story

 

Remember When?

105 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 11, 1916 HOYT AND PETERSON BLOCK NEARLY COMPLETED H.A. Burke of Missoula, who has the contract for the plumbing and installat...

 

STREET SMART: Let's have a discussion

Two topics from last week’s Ledger prompted this week’s discussion. Ed Moreth wrote a letter to...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Mark Thomas, 55, failure to keep vehicle under control, $85. Tanner Collins, 30, operating without insurance, 1st offense,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 9; Plains, 5; Dixon, 1; Paradise, 2; Trout Creek, 1; Hot Springs, 1. Monday, August 2 Disturbance, Hot Springs. Theft, report of...

 
 By JOhn Dowd    News    August 12, 2021

Defendant argues for bail, release

Michael Hicks of Kalispell appeared before the 20th District Judicial Court on Tuesday to argue for a bail reduction and his release. Hicks is facing...

 

Question of the week

AUDRE SUZANNE, Thompson Falls - “My very favorite sport has always been gymnastics because they fly through the air! They do unbelievable stunts!...

 

Leonard Brett Rehard (Brett)

Leonard Brett Rehard (Brett) was born on March 15,1983, to Leonard Howard Rehard (Lennie) and Christ...

 

Glendon W. Rummel

Glen (Barney) Rummel, 87, of Plains passed away July 29, 2021, with his son Patrick by his side....

 

Marjory Mates

Longtime resident Marjory Mates passed away August 6, 2021. She was born September 22, 1938, in New...

 

GOING BAROQUE

Despite the high heat and continued COVID jitters, more than 300 people decided to go for "baroque"...

 

TF student's essay third in nation

A Thompson Falls student's essay has been recognized at the national level. Marley Neesvig, who is...

 

Hot Springs schools ready for new year

As Hot Springs heads into another academic school year, superintendent Gerald Chouinard reflects on his first year in the position. “It has been a...

 

Whitefish CU wins in 1-2-3 golf play

Whitefish Credit Union golfers Rick Kendall, Rusty Sharp, Wally Gibe and Chuck Manry added up their scores to win the 1-2-3 game in Wednesday Night...

 

Toyias and Nygaard shoot best Thursday

Liz Morkert and Lana Nolen teamed up to lead the way around River’s Bend in Thursday Night Women’s league golf play last week. Combining to shoot...

 

Tuesday men enjoy a fun night of play

No golf team is perfect. But being the least imperfect is perfectly fine. Aiming for the perfect round last week, Internet Kitchen golfers Ron...

 

TF woman nominated for regional award

Thompson Falls Woman's Club (TFWC) has nominated member Karen Gustavsen for the General Federation...

 

Hitting the drive-thru

A hummingbird feeds on a Blazing Star in the drive-up at Beagle's Bakery and Espresso in Thompson...

 

FWP block management program info available

Hunters will be able to obtain the 2021 Block Management Area (BMA) program information beginning this week. Hunters are encouraged to request their...

 

A few thoughts about listening

Our friend Glada McIntire recently moved further into her true realm when she became pure spirit and left her shell behind. I say “our,” because...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 12, 2021

Board approves salary schedule

The Thompson Falls School Board met last week to discuss the end of summer and upcoming school year. The principals mentioned enrollment being up....

 

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