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Local toddler beats cancer

Hepatoblastoma is a rare liver cancer that affects infants and toddlers. The idea of someone so...

 

FUN AT THE FAIR

People go to Sanders County Fair to see farm animals, rodeo cowboys, derby smashing, and to get a...

 

Changes proposed for Thompson Falls State Park

Montana State Parks (MSP) is proposing a change to the group site and group day use areas at Thompson Falls State Park. The proposal would relocate...

 

Our Viewpoint

The news last week that rising costs are forcing changes to the county’s recycling program really hit home. We have read articles about the amount...

 

Medicaid aided in success

Medicaid is so much more than just another insurance provider—my story is proof of that. When an abusive relationship set myself and my children bac...

 

New fair program appreciated

This is a congratulatory letter for Tyler Riffle, Karen Dykstra’s grandson. Karen, for years, has been the Floriculture Superintendent at the fair....

 

Montana Viewpoint

It’s Labor Day, but organized labor doesn’t seem to be doing so well. Since 2012 six state...

 

Remember When

Excerpt from Milepost Zero by Benita (McNeeley) Hanson World War II affected Paradise in many ways. Troop trains were commonly seen passing through to...

 

Question of the Week

Vickie McNamara, Plains ­— “My three grandkids. They have a lot of items and scarecrows on display. Monster vegetables and gourds. I also come...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 1; T. Falls, 8; Plains, 3. Sunday, August 26 Nuisance animal in the area of Haley and Ferry, T. Falls. Civil standby requested on L...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    September 6, 2018

Suspended sentence in theft

In court on Tuesday, Judge Deborah Kim Christopher sentenced Julie Goodwin to a 5-year suspended sentence with the Department of Corrections. Goodwin...

 

Justice Court

Sander’s County Sheriff’s Office Rocky Olson, 35, driving without a valid license, $235; stop sign violation, $125. Marcus Cross, 23, driving whil...

 

Former T. Falls resident wins demo derby

It was as loud Sunday night at the Sanders County Fairgrounds as the ever-popular Demolition Derby e...

 

4-H animals a big draw at county fair

It's that time of year when the youth of 4-H can show off the work they've done over the past year...

 

Dianna Lynn Richardson

Dianna Lynn Richardson, 61, of Thompson Falls died in her home of kidney failure Sat., August 25, 2018. She was born in Marion, Ohio on May 3, 1957... Full story

 

Thompson Falls church to host speakers

New Life Fellowship in Thompson Falls is hosting a Healing Same/Restoring Glory conference this weekend. The conference is Friday and Saturday, Sept....

 

FSPW continues work on area trails

This year's trail season is nearing an end, but there are still two chances to join the Friends of...

 

Committee plans second health forum in Noxon

Sanders County’s Local Advisory Committee (LAC) for mental health is organizing another “Strong Communities, Strong Sanders County” event to...

 

TFHS Class of 1968 celebrates 50 years

The Thompson Falls High School Class of 1968 came together for their 50th class reunion over Labor...

 

Car show to benefit the classics at CFVH

It’s a throwback to the golden oldies, in more ways than one. Clark Fork Valley Hospital’s Long Term Care (LTC) Activities Director is inviting...

 

Bull River Clinic staff ready for opening

Cabinet Peaks Clinic at Bull River is ready for its grand opening scheduled for next Monday, Septemb...

 

FWP maps helps hunters plan season

Are you ready for hunting season? Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) can help. FWP’s provides online information about hunting access, including t...

 

Summer Sunset

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME doesn’t end until November 4, but the sun is setting earlier over the...

 

Blue Hawks rebound, play Wolves tough

Blue Hawk football coach Jared Koskela thought there was plenty of room for improvement, and his...

 

Lady Hawks have that winning look

The coach of some of the best volleyball teams in Thompson Falls history – Who can forget the 2016...

 

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