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Back-to-school plans come together

Noxon Superintendent Jon Martin said that school will re-open and the administration will follow the school calendar approved by the board. However,...

 

Back-to-school plans come together

Plains has planned far ahead to implement their strategy for reopening during the COVID-19...

 

Noxon student chosen as youth ambassador

A Noxon student has been named a National Youth Ambassador by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids....

 

Council addresses zoning request

A proposed RV park on the east end of Thompson Falls brought several residents and a request for...

 

Our Viewpoint

If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all. Ask just about any school-aged kid and they can probably explain this simple concept....

 

Street Smart

I have a sign in my bar that says, “Beer; Helping white men dance since 1885.” I bought that sig...

 

Letters to the Editor

Candidate for state legislature, House District 13, Colleen Hinds has my vote. I have known Colleen since the early 1980’s, We worked together as...

 

Letters to the Editor

The “civil unrest” that Mr. Blackstone refers to DID NOT all start with the “defund the police” mantra. It started with the killing of George...

 

Remember When?

THE HISTORY OF THOMPSON FALLS BY RUTH HARLOW WRITTEN FEBRUARY 4, 1954 Author’s Note: This information was received from Mr. W.A. Barto, a long-time...

 
 By John Dowd    Opinion    August 13, 2020

Question of the week

DONNA HAWKINS, Thompson Falls - “I look for morals and integrity.” DUANE SIMONS, St. Regis -...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 13, 2020

Not guilty plea to DUI charge

A man charged of driving under the influence for a fourth or subsequent offense pleaded not guilty...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance T. Falls 11, Plains 11, Paradise 2, Noxon 1. Saturday, August 1 Missing person, T. Falls. Motor vehicle crash, T. Falls. Disturbance,...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Coty Wadsworth, 35, day speeding, $105. Travis Gabbert, 39, Operating a motor vehicle while suspended, 1st offense, $325;...

 

Obituaries

Velma Melnrick passed away July 25, she was 89. She was preceded in death by her husband, Barney; her parents and her sister, Shirley. She is... Full story

 

Obituaries

Longtime Thompson Falls resident John E (Jack) Basham passed away at the age of 94 on Saturday, August 8, 2020, of natural causes. A full obituary... Full story

 

TF outlines steps to reopen schools

During a board meeting Tuesday, the Thompson Falls School Board publicly revealed their plan to...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 13, 2020

County dumps to require ID

All refuse sites in Sanders County will begin requiring proof of county residency for people...

 

Volunteers contribute to Fishtrap Creek project

A small group of volunteers helped restore wetland habitats and increase wildlife access to...

 

Farm stand offers produce

A new farm stand has opened in Trout Creek. Located under the pavilion in the parking lot of the Sev...

 

Whitefish CU named No. 1 in state

Whitefish Credit Union (CU) was recently recognized by Forbes as the No. 1 credit union in the state of Montana. Forbes partnered with Statista and...

 

UNIQUE EXPERIENCES

It's time for an adventure. A local Hot Springs woman wants to lead the way on your next Montana...

 

Kids rewarded for summer reading

The Thompson Falls Library’s summer reading program, Imagine Your Story, has commenced for 2020....

 

NWE begins relicensing process

NorthWestern Energy has officially initiated the process of relicensing the Thompson Falls Hydroelectric Project – FERC Project No. 1869 (the...

 

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