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Articles from the November 4, 2021 edition

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 By Annie Wooden    News    November 4, 2021

City officials chosen

Voters in Plains and Hot Springs cast ballots Tuesday for municipal elections in which they each chose a mayor and town council members. Sanders...

 

Hawks home for postseason play

It's going to be a busy week for Thompson Falls High School. The Blue Hawk volleyball team, who... Full story

 

SEASONAL CELEBRATIONS

Thompson Falls was blooming with festive spirit last Saturday. Thompson Falls Community Trails...

 

SEASONAL CELEBRATIONS

Fred Young Park had a lot of spooky celebrities – monsters, zombies, werewolves, dinosaurs, and...

 

Our Viewpoint

Our Sanders County sports teams have had a rough couple of years. The pandemic forced some teams to cancel their seasons spring 2020. This year the...

 

Support for forest project

The governing board of the Kootenai Forest Stakeholders Coalition (KFSC) has voted unanimously to support a legal defense of the Forest Service Ripley...

 

Defending our choices

“Life’s not multiple choice” is a favorite catchphrase for educators who don’t like multiple-choice test questions. The phrase is repeated as...

 

Travels with Gigi

I recently traveled around Washington state with Gigi for a few days, all the way out to the ocean and back. Gigi was often the navigator. She gives...

 

Remember When?

70 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 31, 1951 LOGS TO GO THROUGH WEEKSVILLE RAPIDS About 700,000 feet of sawlogs are to be put through the Weeksville Rapids on...

 

Question of the Week

Bebe Townsend, Thompson Falls - “I say any time before Thanksgiving is too early.” Terry Holo, Trout Creek - “Before Thanksgiving!” Lisa...

 
 By John Dowd    News    November 4, 2021

Thompson River Road closed after slide

A mud and rock slide following rainstorms cut off Thompson River Road last week. The call for first... Full story

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance: T. Falls, 4; Plains, 6; Hot Springs, 1. Monday, October 25 Theft, Trout Creek. Motor vehicle crash, Hot Springs. Welfare check, T. Falls....

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Jonathan Cook, 33, operating without insurance, 1st offense, $285; speeding in a restricted zone, $55. Dominic Taylor, 27,...

 

Board of Health responds to questions

As a board, the Sanders County Board of Health (BOH), would like to respond to questions recently presented to the Sanders County Commissioners (SCC)...

 

Sunset Hills opens parlor for goodies

'Tis the season to be spooked and what better place for it to happen than at a funeral home,...

 

Bowling Scores

MON. NITE GALS W L Nascar Freaks 18 10 Dangerous Dames 18 10 Talk of the Town 17.5 10.5 Dolls with Balls 13.5 14.5 Rock’n Bowl 11 17 Bye 6 22 Team...

 

Food preservation program available

In the wake of the pandemic, people saw empty shelves, increased prices and a break in the supply ch...

 

Joan M. Draszt

May 11, 1937 – October 22, 2021 In loving memory Joan Marie Huff was born May 11, 1937, at... Full story

 

Harley Leroy Huntley

Harley Leroy Huntley was born July 10, 1937, in Sturgis, South Dakota, to Darold L. Huntley and Ruth... Full story

 

Gary L. Draszt

December 28, 1936 - October 31, 2021 In loving memory Gary Lee Draszt was born to Marion (Lee) and... Full story

 
 By John Dowd    News    November 4, 2021

Ridge Riders, school partner with archery program

After months of planning, the Trout Creek School finally presented its students with a new archery p...

 

ICY ROAD CONDITIONS

Multiple vehicles spun out of control crossing the Big Beaver Creek bridge between Thompson Falls...

 

Theme set for annual gingerbread contest

Ready to start the holiday season by getting creative? The theme for the annual gingerbread contest, sponsored by the Sanders County Historical...

 

Extension hosts COVID-19 discussions

Montana State University Extension will host a series of webinars this fall related to COVID-19. “COVID-19 Conversations with Montana Experts...

 

Hawks dominate Circle, ready for Belt

The Thompson Falls Blue Hawks finished the regular season 9-0, but the Hawks are not done with...

 

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