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 By Annie Wooden    News    November 1, 2018

County to review disaster plan

The process to update the county’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan has begun. The plan, which includes strategy to reduce impacts of natural and...

 

TRICK OR TREAT, MOVE YOUR FEET!

Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet! is exactly what happened on the Thompson Falls Community Trails...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    November 1, 2018

Voters head to polls Tuesday

With less than a week until Election Day, the Sanders County Clerk and Recorder’s office is busy. Sanders County has 8,580 registered voters. Clerk...

 

Our Viewpoint

Being a citizen of the United States of America means having the right to enjoy many freedoms others do not. Next Tuesday voters will take to the poll...

 

Five days in October

Editor, Five days in October. Those “boys of the summer” and the Series. It was a refreshing break to watch opponents with different goals,...

 

Police take decay issue seriously

On behalf of those of us who have diligently and doggedly worked to get community decay properties cleaned up in Thompson Falls, we want to thank...

 

Montana Viewpoint

You may have heard about it. A couple of days ago two black men in hoodies drove up to the Boston...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 31, 1968 A FIRST Success of a Montana Fish and Game Dept. bighorn sheep...

 

Question of the Week

CHERYL TRIPLETT, Silverton, Idaho – “Pop. ‘Go get me a pop,’ I say. So it’s pop. We come to Thompson Falls all the time. We like it...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 1; Plains, 4; H. Springs, 6. Sunday, October 21 Long horn on Hwy. 200, Plains. Abandoned vehicle on Hwy. 200, T....

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Caleb Bergmann, 21, night speeding, $120. Randall Mattson, 43, displaying plates assigned to another vehicle, $55; operating a...

 

Town Pump raising funds for local food banks

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 17th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana,...

 

Puppies on parade

Everyone loves a parade – and that goes for dogs, too. Michelle Easley has been working with area...

 

Historical society plans annual gingerbread contest

As we enter the month of November, the holiday season will begin to fill the air. Add some Gingerbread spice to the holiday season by participating...

 

Churches to help families in need

Area families will get assistance during the holidays this year. Area churches gather donations...

 

Engagement

Charlene and Raoul Ribeiro of Thompson Falls are pleased to announce the engagement of their...

 

Birth

Kilie and Jamie Burr welcomed son, Kayleb Rhylee, Fri., Oct. 12 at 9:52 p.m. He weighed nine...

 

Local 4-Hers compete at prestigious NILE

Members of Sanders County 4-H attended the Northern International Livestock Exposition (NILE) held...

 

Bazaar season nears

Sanders County has a long history of being quite crafty. The tradition also carries a lengthy history of Christmas-time bazaars as a venue for the...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    November 1, 2018

Deputy makes drug bust during traffic stop

A routine traffic stop last Friday turned into an individual being arrested for having a...

 

CFVH residents get creative

A handful of Clark Fork Valley Hospital Long Term Care residents showed their artistic talents by...

 

Local artist paints canvas for president

A Plains artist not only went to the see and hear President Donald Trump during his stop in Missoula...

 

All about tradition

HOT SPRINGS – The Hot Springs football tradition lives on. Although none of the current roster of...

 

Trotters volley way to District 14C crown

All things being equal – and they pretty much were this season in District 14C volleyball – the...

 

Winning out

Talk about finishing up in style. The Thompson Falls Lady Hawk volleyball team completed regular...

 

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