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 By Ed Moreth    News    October 13, 2022

SCCFF recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The Sanders County Coalition For Families is once again getting the word out that domestic violence...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    October 13, 2022

COMMUNITY EFFORT

They say Rome wasn't built in a day. Maybe it would have been, had they had the commitment and drive...

 

Fifth grades gather for water festival

Eastern Sanders County Conservation District (ESCCD) and Green Mountain Conservation District...

 

Candidates, community connect at local forums

As voting day nears, local candidates are continuing to meet with constituents in order to answer...

 

Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose

The Deer Lodge football coach was recently suspended pending an investigation after he recently switched sidelines during a home football game. The...

 

Montana Viewpoint: I may not know much about laws, but I know what I like

I had a neighbor once who spent several days in the county jail because he wouldn’t make his...

 

Hypocrisy on full display

Mr. Elliott's change of focus to a single event of sending a few illegal aliens to punctuate the invasion occurring on our southern border put the...

 

Write-ins could divide votes

Editor, Thank you to Annie Wooden and the Ledger for sponsoring the candidate forums at the Rex on October 3 and 4. It’s always enlightening to...

 

Remember When?

81 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 20, 1937 SALMON COMING UP Every year the salmon come up the river. As soon as the fall rains commence and the water rises, th...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 7; Plains, 6; Hot Springs, 4; Trout Creek, 3; Paradise, 3; Noxon, 2;Dixon, 2. Monday, October 3 Inmate transport, T. Falls. Road...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Jeffrey Sauter, 53, speeding in a restricted zone, $85. Valentina Korchmar, 20, day speeding, $20. Bailey Raymond, 29,...

 

Question of the week

NATASHA CASH, Trout Creek – “My biggest pet peeve is when people sit there and clean their ears with their fingers and then go about their...

 

Man pleads guilty to assault

Anthony Duane Henkel appeared in District Court Tuesday before Judge Molly Owen for a change of plea hearing. Following a plea agreement reached by...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    October 13, 2022

Plains continues street paving project

The final major roadwork for Plains is being completed this week with Rehbein Enterprises...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    October 13, 2022

Plains picks sludge removal company

Members of the Plains Town Council voted unanimously to approve the Wastewater Change Order for Sludge Removal motion, giving Prospect Construction...

 

Commission to meet next week

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet October 20 via Zoom beginning at 8:30 a.m. The meeting will be streamed live on the FWP website....

 

Filling the night sky

Sunday evening, the hunter's moon rose over the Clark Fork Valley (left). Along with the full moon...

 

Fright Night coming to Plains

The Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) plans to celebrate Halloween a little earlier this year with their annual fall fundraiser “Fright...

 

Food for thought

Food for thought Very recently I decided to vet Jim Brown's candidacy for Montana Supreme Court. In doing my own due diligence before I "spend my...

 

Think carefully

Actions speak louder than words. As our county grows, infrastructure needs are going to increase and County Commissioners will have to make choices...

 

Fall Mack Days continues

Week four of the nine-week long 2022 Fall Mack Days Fishing Event ended with a total of 8,489 lake trout entries. Monday to Thursday total is 1,409...

 

TF Woman's Club recognizes teachers

Thompson Falls Woman’s Club (TFWC) showed their appreciation for local educators last month with a gesture of gratitude to all teachers and staff in...

 

There was a time

by Lee Pitts These are not the best of times In America. Our country is in tatters. It feels like the greatest experiment in Democracy the world has...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    October 13, 2022

CFVH implements signage for COVID transmission rates

Clark Fork Valley Hospital and its Family Medicine Network offices have implemented new signage to...

 

Hawks win in three against Trotters

The Thompson Falls Blue Hawks traveled to Plains to take on the Trotters on Thursday. The Hawks won...

 

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