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Articles from the October 8, 2020 edition

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 By John Dowd    News    October 8, 2020

Kokanee run spawns adventure for anglers

'Tis the season for salmon snagging, an unusual form of fishing still practiced today that reaches...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    October 8, 2020

County sees spike in COVID-19 cases

The number of people testing positive for coronavirus has been increasing in Sanders County and across Montana. As of Tuesday, Sanders County had 17...

 

WAITING & READY

A praying mantis – also called mountain mantis – sits in a bunch of petunias west of Plains...

 

Clues sought in 2018 murder

This week marks two years since a man was shot to death near Dixon and authorities are asking for help as they continue to investigate. William...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 8, 2020

DECADES OF DEDICATION

After 38 years of dedicating himself to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), Wildlife...

 

Our Viewpoint

Have you ever noticed that when you can't have something is when you really want it? Such is life in quarantine. Most people have enough groceries to...

 

Street Smart

There’s so much happening that it’s hard to pick a topic. I’m going to take another...

 

Best candidate for the job

Editor, Tony Cox is running for re-election as the County Commissioner for western Sanders County. As an incumbent, Tony has a record of...

 

Know protocol for flag care

Veterans are noticing the failure of a couple local businesses and some government buildings to adhere to American flag protocol. I recognize the...

 

Remember When?

HENRY ALEXANDER LARSON From Pioneers and Early Settlers of Thompson Falls Henry was born June 24,...

 

Question of the Week

DICK NOVAK, Missoula - “I will get it mailed it. If it gets there, it gets there.” DEBBIE...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Thompson Falls, 11; Plains, 11; Hot Springs, 2; Dixon, 4; Noxon, 1. Sunday, September 27 Suspicious activity. Suspicious activity,...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Robert Kraus, 35, day speeding, $70. Naomi Chamblin Rummel, 24, seatbelt violation, $20. Arturo Montoya, 75, speeding in...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    October 8, 2020

Pine cone collection supports future forest growth

Pine cones are collected year-round by people to make garland, holiday wreaths, centerpieces and...

 

Monica Tranel for PSC District 4

Editor: The Montana Public Service Commission is a five-member board responsible for the regulation of energy, telecommunications, water/sewer, transp...

 

Vote for candidates willing to work hard

The 2020 election is pivotal to our liberty, individual rights and security. This is the time to push back and not allow our country and communities...

 

Throwing around political labels

There’s a feisty feminist bumper-sticker that reads “You say ‘b…’ like it’s a bad thing,” and it seems to carry paradoxical attitudes...

 

Tranel is the most qualified for PSC

To the Editor: When election year comes around, I like to evaluate the candidates as if I were hiring them to work for me. Their experience and...

 

Candidate visits Sanders County

With the General Election less than a month away, candidates are hitting the trails of Montana to...

 

T. Falls school board approves salary increases

On Monday night’s meeting, the Thompson Falls School Board discussed several pressing matters...

 

Kenneth Keith McQueen

Kenneth Keith McQueen was born in Weatherford. Texas May 24, 1935 to Leonard and Lorraine McQueen.... Full story

 

Modern Homesteader

My four ducks started to lay eggs just recently, and if you haven’t seen a duck egg, their size...

 

BLUE HAWK HOMECOMING

Thompson Falls High School seniors Dane Chojnacky and Josey Neesvig were crowned the homecoming...

 

Residents run to raise awareness of Alzheimer's

The annual Walk to End Alzheimer's took place Sunday at Power Park in Thompson Falls. Residents...

 
 By Shana Neesvig    News    October 8, 2020

State program for students earns national recognition

Jobs for Montana's Graduates, a state-level program developed to assist students achieve graduation...

 

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