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Articles from the August 20, 2020 edition

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 By Ed Moreth    News    August 20, 2020

Paradise sewer opposition holds protest

The numbers might have been few, but the message was loud - "No sewer - no million dollar levy."...

 

Celebrating the right to

2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the official adoption of the 19th Amendment; which...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 20, 2020

Not guilty plea in Heron shooting

A Heron man pleaded not guilty to charges filed against him on Tuesday. Michel Dulaney appeared in...

 

UM studies disabilities, COVID in rural areas

A new study conducted by the University of Montana in Missoula, has found rural residents with...

 

Guest Viewpoint

I am writing to you all to tell you my story about my experience having COVID-19. I hope this will encourage you all to be kind. My heart’s desire...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    August 20, 2020

Montana Viewpoint

I love the Post Office as much as I love the flag that flies over it. In every city or small town...

 

Kudos to city for pool updates

Dear Editor, CAUTION: Positive language ahead! I would like to commend the City Council, Mayor, City employees, Sandra Kazmierczak and the pool...

 

Thanks for wearing masks

I would like to express my appreciation to Kathy Logan, Rebecca Murray, Kyle Revier, and Terri Henry for appearing in this week’s Ledger (Aug. 13)...

 

Try to imagine how others feel

Recent reminiscences by Blaine Blackstone regarding his personal experiences with race reinforced something I’ve known for a long time. Our...

 

Remember When?

EARLY SETTLERS IN THE LOWER CLARK FORK RIVER VALLEY BY EVELYN M. DAVIS The 1860s marked the very earliest of settlements in this area by white...

 

Question of the Week

JAMES CROWDER, Thompson Falls - “It’s a free country, yes we should be allowed to. The smart thing would be not to go, however.” MARGARET...

 

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Gregory Coley, 46, resisting arrest, $235. Shawn Hughes, 31, aggravated driving under the influence, 1st offense,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance Calls Plains 6, Hot Springs 2, Noxon 4, Paradise 1, T. Falls 7, Heron 1, Saturday, August 8 Animal other, Hot Springs. Theft, stolen...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 20, 2020

Dixon school works to ensure safety of kids

As parents send their children back to school in Dixon this fall, they should be apprised of the...

 
 By John Dowd    News    August 20, 2020

TC plans four-day school week

As students return to school in Trout Creek on August 26, kids and parents alike are curious about t...

 

Editor says one thing, and does just the opposite

Editorially it appears The Ledger says one thing and does just the opposite in the very same issue. In the August 13 issue, the editor writes that...

 

Paul Arthur Wood

Paul Arthur Wood, 65 years old, was born in Hot Springs, Montana, on December 3, 1954 and passed... Full story

 

John "Jack" Edward Basham

John “Jack” Edward Basham, 94, of Thompson Falls, Montana, passed away on August 8, 2020, at his... Full story

 

Dolores "Dee" Nickerson

Dolores "Dee" Nickerson, age 92, of Thompson Falls, Montana went home to be with the Lord on August... Full story

 

Huckleberry Run Results 2020

1. Logan Naegeli 17:35 2. Justin Morgan 17:56 3. Cael Thilmony 21:47 4. Josey Neesvig 22:17 5. Andy...

 

Wednesday night war wallops River's Bend

The Wednesday night war between Whitefish Credit Union and Wild Coyote continued last week at River’s Bend. Buoyed by the low individual gross of 36...

 

Feed-N-Fuel hits gas, Easy Street idles in

Feed-N-Fuel hit the gas pedal with the low team gross of 176 and Easy Street Autoworks idled in with the low team net of 150 to highlight play in the...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. AMAs 5. Eulogy 11. Malnutrition 14. Uneaten 15. Cruder 18. Segar 19. Drogue 21....

 

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