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Articles from the November 28, 2019 edition

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First graders re-enact first Thanksgiving

At the "first" Thanksgiving celebration in 1621, the Wampanoag Indians just showed up, but at...

 

BEYOND THE BASICS

December marks one year since the re-opening of the Lonepine General Store. Mother and daughter duo...

 

City of T. Falls plans for future

Mayor Jerry Lacy has recently received the first draft of the City of Thompson Falls 2019 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) from Great West Engineering....

 

Sisters open coffee shop in Lonepine

Located in Lonepine, just off of highway 28, sits a brand-new drive thru coffee stand, called...

 

Our Viewpoint

Earlier this year, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) started communicating with Montanans about chronic wasting disease in deer. Several deer in...

 

Fate of festival is in jeopardy

After six years of being president of Huckleberry, Inc. and chair of the Huckleberry Festival, I am stepping down. It has been a fantastic run and I...

 

Montana Viewpoint

There was once a colorful character named Bat O’Callahan who lived near my home town of Trout...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 22, 1979 CLIFF WEARE, NOXON PIONEER PASSES Graveside services were conducted at the Noxon Cemetery Saturday for Clifford R. Wear...

 

Question of the Week

SARAH FAIRBANK, Thompson Falls — “My family.” MELISSA TOTZAUER, Trout Creek — “My family,...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulance calls: T. Falls, 2; Noxon, 1; Dixon, 2; Plains, 2, Hot Springs, 1. Monday, November 18 Alarm, Hot Springs. Road hazard, blockage, T. Falls....

 

Justice Court

Sanders County Sheriff’s Office Kyla Garcia, 20, obstructing a peace officer, $335. James Roe, 40, driving while privilege is suspended, 1st...

 

Sheriff's Relief Fund helps local families

Every year the Sheriff’s Relief Fund works hard to help families and children in the Sanders...

 

Paradise Center readies for holiday event

The Paradise Center and the Sanders County Arts Council present Christmas in Paradise this Sunday, December 1, at The Paradise Center. The...

 

CNSC sets annual lantern launch

Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) is planning their last event the year, the annual lantern launch. CNSC has been selling lanterns throughout...

 

Toys for Tots seeks donations

Toys for Tots has placed donation boxes for new and unwrapped toys in various locations in Plains, Thompson Falls and Hot Springs. Those who would...

 
 By Ed Moreth    News    November 28, 2019

Plains receives drinking water study grant

The Town of Plains received a state grant to hire an engineering firm to determine the vulnerability of the town’s wells. Plains received $15,000...

 

T. Falls volunteers f ill Thanksgiving baskets

Once again, members of the community gathered at the Community Congregational Church on Sunday to...

 

Teena Maria Frank

Saturday, October 5, 2019, Teena Marie Frank passed away at the age of 48 after a long battle with...

 

Daniel Robert McLinden, Sr.

Daniel Robert McLinden, Sr. passed peacefully away Monday, November 25, surrounded by family at his...

 

Rafe Michael Bache

Gabrielle and Adam Bache of Plains welcomed son, Rafe Michael, Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 12:02...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. Hasp 5. Parsi 10. Sava 14. Epha 15. Enact 16. Apar 17. Rial 18. Gyros 19. Gela...

 

Care from Plains

VFW Post 3596 Auxiliary members gathered Monday to send care packages to military people who are...

 

HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

On Nov. 9 and Nov. 10, Thompson River Animal Care Shelter (TRACS) headed to the PetSmart in...

 

Heat, Red Devil gridders honored

Sanders County 6-Man football teams Hot Springs and Noxon are well represented on the Western...

 

Hawks earn football accolades

Paced by All-State selections Trey Fisher, Jack Jacobson and Nate Wilhite, all seniors, the...

 

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