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Hospital's first staff look back

The 50th anniversary of the Clark Fork Valley Hospital is two years away, but last week community...

 

SNOW BIRD

THE SEPTEMBER SNOWSTORM was a shock to not only human residents of Sanders County, but also the...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 3, 2019

Residents voice TC project concerns

by Shana Neesvig "There's no easy fix," commented Bob Vosen, Montana Department of Transportation...

 

TF students engage in leadership training

A duo of seniors at Thompson Falls High School took it upon themselves to organize a team-building e...

 

Our Viewpoint

Last week, several residents attended the open house with Montana Department of Transportation to hear about the options for repairing the Clark Fork...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 4, 1979 LIONS CLUB TO STAGE 35th ANNUAL SHOOT A lot of memories, most of them pleasant, spanning the past 35 years are being...

 
 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    October 3, 2019

Montana Viewpoint

“Why do men fight who were born to be brothers?” was the question posed by Confederate General...

 

Question of the Week

SANDREA COLEMAN ROUSSY, Thompson Falls – “Yes. Last year we had a deer that the liver looked strange, so we didn’t eat it.” BILL CAIN,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Hot Springs, 2; T. Falls, 9; Plains, 8; Dixon, 2. Sunday, September 22 Domestic, assault and strangulation, Trout Creek. Motor...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Zhishan Gu, 32, day speeding, $20. Maya Blackwell, 25, speeding in restricted zone, $95. Kathryn Hensrude, 29, day speeding,...

 

Project ASCENT hosts outdoor program

Thompson Falls non-profit Project ASCENT is hosting a unique fall outdoor educational program this weekend in Libby. The group will present “Autumn...

 

TC students hula hoop for Harlee

Last Friday, kids of Trout Creek gathered to show support for their fellow friend and classmate,...

 

Plains Woman's Club donates hundreds of shoes

Whoever said members of the Plains Woman's Club don't have soul didn't see them working on hundreds...

 

NOXON ROYALTY

Noxon High School crowned Homecoming royalty during the football game against Sheridan last Friday....

 

Doni Boyer

Doni Boyer, long time Trout Creek resident, passed away September 19, 2019, at Clark Fork Valley Hospital peacefully in her sleep. She was surrounded... Full story

 

Gay Beller

Gay Beller passed away recently. Interment will be at Plains Cemetery at 10 a.m. on November 5.... Full story

 

DPHHS program helps elderly reduce falls

Department of Public Health and Human Services officials say that every 11 seconds in the United States an older adult ends up in the emergency room...

 

HITTING THE FALL TRAILS

While autumn may bring on the need for hot apple cider, pumpkin carving and hayrides, it is also...

 

Twins shoot it out in Paradise play

There was a shooting and a case of poisoning in Paradise last weekend - two people died, but no one...

 

Remember the Blue Hawks!

Maybe the Flint Creek Titans should be placed in concussion protocol, just to make sure they are...

 

Super Hawks slam Mission and Arlee

Simply super. Playing some lights-out volleyball, the Thompson Falls Lady Hawks pounded out two...

 

Lady Red Devils gaining notoriety

The Noxon Lady Red Devils are gaining new net notoriety with every passing match. Most notable of all, Noxon’s sophomore setter Riley Richter,...

 

Red Devils rising

The Red Devils are rising, and the rest of the 6-Man football teams in Montana had better take...

 

Horsemen are ready for Hawks

The Horsemen's coach wonders if he has the horses to match those that Thompson Falls has. Plains Hor...

 

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