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Articles from the October 22, 2020 edition

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 By John Dowd    News    October 22, 2020

Plains school breaks ground on expansion

     As part of its goal to continuously improve the lives of its students and campus, the Plai...

 
 By John Dowd    News    October 22, 2020

Fire destroys TF business

A Thompson Falls business was destroyed in a fire last Saturday. First responders received a call...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    October 22, 2020

One-third of ballots turned in

More than a third of Sanders County voters have cast their ballots with less than two weeks to go before the Nov. 3 general election. County Election...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    October 22, 2020

Eggensperger honored for commitment to healthcare

The Montana Hospital Association (MHA) has named Bina Eggensperger of Thompson Falls as the...

 

Our Viewpoint

I recently spent some time with a law enforcement officer from another Montana county. We had a great discussion about the state of the country and ho...

 

Street Smart

I have a difficult confession to make. In 2016, I was very reluctant to vote for Donald Trump....

 

Transparency might help

I can understand the right to anonymity when it comes to a person's privacy, like health issues. However, I do not agree with an apparent refusal by...

 

Investigate the truth

I seldom write a letter to the editor, but that must change. I am addressing this to the population at large and especially to Hannah Hernandez of...

 

Remember When?

HOWARD R. & SYLVIA M. (GRANT) SAINT From Pioneers and Early Settlers of Thompson Falls Howard...

 

Question of the Week

DEB CHEETHAM, Thompson Falls - “Jaws.” JAMIE GIDDINGS, Plains - “The Blair Witch Project, because it was so horrible that it’s great....

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Plains, 10; Hot Springs, 2; T. Falls, 5; Dixon, 2; Trout Creek, 3; Paradise, 1. Monday, October 12 Animal other, T. Falls....

 

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Deborah Smith, 42, day speeding, $90. Nicholas Bulgar, 40, driving while privilege suspended, $285. Theresa Miner,...

 

Grange looking for help

The Whitepine Grange is in need of a new roof before the winter weather sets in. In hopes of raising...

 

A FINAL FAREWELL

The cold weather couldn't keep the community from gathering Saturday afternoon to pay their...

 

Magone demonstrates family values

Now, with ballots in hand it’s up to us to make some decisions. One choice I’d encourage you to make is Diane Magone for Senate District 7. As an...

 

Firefighters support Tranel

As former wildland firefighters, we learned what’s required to take on complex and difficult tasks. We learned that when the going gets tough,...

 

Stough a new perspective

Veterans and Spouses – You know this: Military training instills a distinct attitude for honor, service and reliability for the country. Chris...

 

Orville Bjorge

HOT SPRINGS - On Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, 10th Mountain Infantry Division, WWII veteran, Orville... Full story

 

Harold (Hal) Clayton Durham Vosen

Harold (Hal) Clayton Durham Vosen, 1940-2020 Hal Vosen passed from this world after a brief illness... Full story

 

James Edward Atkins

James Edward Atkins born June 4,1934 a retired Air Force Vietnam veteran, passed away Wednesday,... Full story

 

Noxon bridge project open house scheduled

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is in the early stages of evaluating the Highway 200 bridge located two miles south of Noxon over the...

 

Hit the trail for Halloween fun

This year's Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet will be Thompson Falls Community Trail Committee’s third annual 5K run and one-mile fun run/walk. Thompso...

 

CLIMBING COLORS

NorthWestern Energy's Power Park in Thompson Falls overflows with the colors of fall. Send your...

 

CFVH reaches out with health fair

Keeping people healthy is key to the Clark Fork Valley Hospital, even at a health fair, which is why...

 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER

A Clark's Nutcracker popped in to make new friends in photographer Linda Elliott's yard recently....

 

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