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 By Shana Neesvig    News    December 6, 2018

Sportsmen share wolf concerns in TC

There is no argument over whether wolves have survived in Montana. However, there is much discrepanc...

 

TF gets in holiday spirit

The Sanders County community's Christmas spirit is bursting at the seams. Holiday bazaars, pictures...

 

Plains-TF district gets new ranger

The Lolo National Forest announced that Erin Carey has been selected as the new ranger for the Plain...

 

Creativity shines in gingerbread display

Original interpretations of creativity and "sweet" equity were the driving forces shown off at the...

 

Our Viewpoint

Strolling through the aisles at the local holiday bazaars the last couple of weekends, we've been amazed at the local talent. You recognize people...

 

Street Smart

A recent column generated a conversation with a few friends that I thought might be a good topic for discussion. In that column, I mentioned the fact...

 

Remember When?

38 YEARS AGO • FEBRUARY 14, 1980 LIGHTWEIGHTS LEAD HAWKS TO TITLE At the beginning of this year’s wrestling season the odds favored the Blue...

 

Question of the Week

JANICE STERNS, Thompson Falls – "Yes. It is called, June’s Journey. It’s a mystery. You find clues to find out who dunnit. It’s a little bit...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Cassandra Perkins, 37: day speeding, $40, no liability insurance, 2nd offense, $385; displaying license plates assigned to...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    December 6, 2018

Probation for faulty UI claims

On Tuesday, District Court Judge Deborah "Kim" Christopher sentenced Marvin Burrell to five years probation for fraudulently recieving more than $11,0...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: T. Falls, 2; Plains, 4; H. Springs, 1; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, November 25 Trespassing, hunting without permission, T. Falls. Welfare check...

 

Polar Express makes stop at Plains School

The Polar Express is making a stop at Plains School for the month of December, compliments of train...

 

Donations sought for Toys for Tots

Donations of new and unwrapped toys are being accepted throughout Sanders County for the annual Toys for Tots campaign. Boxes have been placed at...

 

Local student helps state fight childhood hunger

Now in its fifth year, the Montana Youth Leadership Council met last Friday to develop projects addr...

 

TF student earns full scholarship

Thompson Falls high school counselor Jodi Morgan shared some good news at the school board meeting Monday. Morgan proudly announced that senior...

 

Hugh Randolph Butler

Hugh Randolph Butler, 93, went to be with the Lord on November 26, 2018. He was born on a farm near... Full story

 

Earl L. "Buzz" Faro

Earl L. “Buzz” Faro passed away on November 29 at the age of 82 in Fillmore, Utah. He was born in 1936 to Edna and Earl Faro and was raised in... Full story

 

Celia Freed

Longtime Thompson Falls resident Celia Marie Sump Freed passed away Friday, November 2, 2018, at... Full story

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    December 6, 2018

TFHS students bring awareness to inequality

Two Thompson Falls students saw a problem, and decided to do something about it. Junior Brooke...

 

MUSIC for the HEART

One Trout Creek woman has traveled the world as an ambassador of the United States, first as a...

 

SCCFF chosen as finalist in contest

Local non-profit Sanders County Coalition for Families (SCCFF) is one of 10 non-profit groups selected as a finalist for Blackfoot’s 4th Annual...

 

Devils begin Weltz era

Welcome back coach! Playing for Ryan Weltz, in his latest reincarnation as a Noxon hoops coach,...

 

Libby stops Lady Hawks

Coach Doree Thilmony and her Lady Hawks opened season play at Libby Saturday and lost 51-32 to the homestanding Class A Lady Loggers. The 0-1 Lady...

 

Thilmony wins; 3 other Hawks medal

Freshman Trae Thilmony won the individual title at 113 pounds and Roman Sparks, Seth Alarcon and...

 

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