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AN HONOR TO SERVE

Students in Thompson Falls got to say thanks to local veterans on Monday, Veterans Day, with a...

 

Special meal for Plains veterans

For the sixth consecutive year, Plains School students have honored community members with a special...

 

Blue Slide repairs resume

Construction on the second phase of the Blue Slide Road Project nine miles west of Thompson Falls will resume next week. A larger culvert will be inst...

 

Invasive grass a threat to local agriculture

A noxious grass has taken the lead in threatening the destruction of Montana's agriculture....

 

MURDER MYSTERY

Private Eye Dudley Sharpe, played by Dawson Brown, gets payment from Seymour Twitt, played by...

 

Our Viewpoint

When you get frustrated or think that there is too much negativity in the world, go hang out with elementary students. We're just going to go ahead...

 

Montana Viewpoint

Of all the petty annoyances in life, few things seem to set people to fuming and fussing more than...

 

Giving thanks

Dear Editor, I would appreciate your assistance in getting information out to our community in an effort to thank all of the wonderful volunteers who...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • NOVEMBER 15, 1979 THE WAY IT WAS by LORRAINE DUFRESNE By pretending almost total de...

 

Question of the Week

SHEILA VINCENT, Thompson Falls - “No I don’t. Too many bighorn sheep.” KATHY CUNNINGHAM, Trout Creek - “No. Too many sheep.” AMBER...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: Noxon, 1; T. Falls, 5; Plains, 3; Hot Springs, 5. Monday, November 4 Domestic, Noxon. Property damage, Plains. Theft, Dixon. Fire,...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Shannon Hale, 34, owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, 2nd offense, $85; seatbelt violation,...

 

POSITIVE FOOTPRINTS

Thompson Falls students last week learned what it means to be positive role models and leave...

 

Great American Smokeout promotes a smoke-free life

More than 34 million Americans still smoke cigarettes, and smoking remains the single largest preventable cause of death and illness in the world....

 

'I'll be home for Christmas' on Main Street

Christmas on Main Street is just around the corner; and with this year’s theme – I’ll Be Home for Christmas – everyone will want to be home to...

 

Jerry Keith Sanders

Jerry Keith Sanders, born February 14, 1947 in Denver, Colorado, passed away November 3, 2019, a... Full story

 

Frank Hill

Frank Hill passed away on Oct. 14, 2019. Frank was born and raised in Montana. He was a husband, father, grandfather, brother, good friend and... Full story

 

Crossword Solution

CLUES ACROSS SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. Cote 5. Sci 8. Coa 11. Scarf 13. Ian 14. Cabs 15. Cabal 16. PBS...

 

RAISE A GLASS

Selecting the type of wine to compliment your Thanksgiving meal can be a daunting task. This meal is the culinary pinnacle of the whole year, it’s...

 

Students get flag folding lesson

Seventeen boys and girls of Denise Montgomery's first grade class had special guests and got a flag...

 

TF receives EPA recreation grant

Out of 170 applications, only 10 were selected. Thompson Falls was one of those. Being the only recipient in Montana, the town will receive a grant aw...

 

HIGH STANDARDS

Clark Fork Valley Hospital (CFVH) recently achieved the highly prestigious international...

 

View from the Sidelines

No one really loses at this point of the season. Look around folks at all this hub-bub about football playoffs, volleyball tournaments and...

 

The heart of the Heat

HOT SPRINGS – They played with a lot of heart and a lot of smarts but, in the end, flesh and bone...

 

Hawks 3rd in Western B

EUREKA – They were hoping and playing for Bozeman but the Lady Hawks' mighty fine volleyball...

 

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