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Miss Montana crew helps in Bahamas

Editor's Note: John Haines is a graduate of Plains High School who was one of the volunteers...

 

FAMILY TRADITION

Expanding to a little over 3,000 acres just outside Hot Springs, Springvale Ranch is home to nearly...

 

USAC receives federal grant

The United States Antimony Corporation (USAC) in Thompson Falls has received a grant from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) of the Department of...

 

Our Viewpoint

The dust has basically settled from the NFL controversy that started with Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem. The act got peopl...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • SEPTEMBER 27, 1979 LaRUES TO OBSERVE 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS By Lenora Brown An era...

 

Street Smart

I had the privilege last week to attend my granddaughter’s graduation from Air Force basic...

 

Question of the Week

FRANK LaMOTTE, Trout Creek – “I don’t smoke, but I think we should ban e-cigarettes because it gives you too many physical problems.” KATRINA...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: T. Falls, 11; Plains, 10; Hot Springs, 3; Noxon, 3. Sunday, September 15 Fire, T. Falls. Disturbance, Plains. Fire, Plains. Drugs fou...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Neil Apple, 36, reckless driving, 1st offense, $235. Wyatt Weyers, 19, DUI, 1st offense, operating with .02 BAC under 21, 1st...

 

Free discussion on human trafficking

The public is invited to a free seminar on human trafficking, missing persons and drugs on Thursday, Oct. 3, in Thompson Falls. The community event...

 

Artist adding to sculpture herd

The lone horse along the greenway in Plains might have company by the end of the year. Artist...

 

Elks honor local law enforcement

The Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge on Sunday honored local law enforcement personnel and thanked them...

 

Oktoberfest celebration

The Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge celebrated the beginning of Fall with its first annual Oktoberfest...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    September 26, 2019

Fair board holds annual critique

The chairman of the Sanders County Fair Commission gave this year's fair a top grade, although that...

 

Jim Haughton

Jim Haughton passed away at home in his sleep September 18, 2019. He was born to Tom and Hazel... Full story

 

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Hot Springs police receives vehicle funding

The days of gimping vehicles along are over for the Hot Springs Police Department who will soon be owners of two new four-wheel-drive Ford F-150 picku...

 

Flag display brings awareness to suicide

American flags seem to be multiplying by the day along the greenway in Plains. They are. It's all...

 

IN FOR A LANDING

As summer days pass and autumn arrives, a honey bee maneuvers for a spot on a salvia flower in an...

 

The XC road is a long one

The road is always a long one in any cross country season; it is a sport that requires miles and...

 

Visiting Titans hold off Red Devils 46-36

NOXON – The Titans may have won, but the hometown Red Devils never quit fighting. The...

 

Lady Lions outlast Lady Hawks

The Eureka Lady Lions are walking on the fighting side of the Lady Hawks, and the two District 7B vo...

 

Pretender or contender?

It is time to separate the pretenders from the contenders. Coach Jared Koskela and his Blue Hawk football team face their next really big test of the...

 

Heat burn Panthers 45-18

Don't be fooled by the relatively small size of the Hot Springs Savage Heat football players. They may be appear to be a little undersized but those...

 

Horsemen whomp Warriors

The Horsemen ride again. Coach Eddie Fultz and his Plains Horsemen improved to 2-2 in Western 8-Man conference football action with a 46-20 road win o...

 

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