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Students lend helping hands

Students at Thompson Falls schools helped give back to their community this Christmas season. Last...

 

STAR OF WONDER

A CHRISTMAS BEACON, the giant Christmas tree on NorthWestern Energy's Thompson Falls dam has lit...

 

Company warns of holiday scam

No matter how convincing the caller on the phone is, your electricity or gas will not be shut off immediately and your utility never asks for payment...

 

Keeping safe and warm in winter

As the temperature drops, we look toward electric blankets, space heaters and wood stoves for warmth. In addition, the holiday season encourages us...

 

Holidays shine with traditions

Sunday evening as the hustle of the weekend was winding down, we took a drive through Thompson Falls to see everyone's holiday lights. Houses had...

 

Immediate solution needed for guns

Letter to the editor I must respond to the recent op ed (11/22) expressed by Blaine Blackstone concerning gun laws. Mr. Blackstone states that 20...

 

Volunteers help local veterans

Sanders County Veterans Transportation (SCVT) is honored to report its performance this year is very productive with the purchase of this Ford Flex. W...

 

Street Smart

I read a few different things this last couple weeks that have really got me bewildered. First, I...

 

Remember When?

W.B. RUSSELL TIMBERMAN By Mike Scott contributor to The Plainsman An attempt will be made to...

 

Question of the Week

JAMIE MCKENZIE, Trout Creek – “Naughty! We won’t say why…he knows.” COREY AUMILLER, Trout Creek – “Naughty. That’s how I roll....

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Tyler Ludka, 21, reckless driving, 1st offense, $235. Catalina Mitchell, 41, day speeding, $70. Jeffrey Roth, 57, speeding in...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 2; T. Falls, 6; Plains, 6; H. Springs, 5; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, December 9 Domestic disturbance, Plains. Civil standby requested,...

 

Adults join gingerbread fun at Dog Hill Bistro

At Dog Hill Bistro, you can make your house and eat it, too... and a few people were seen munching...

 

A happy holiday doesn't mean a big budget

The holiday season is always full of excitement and sometimes we feel money is necessary to have a jolly, magical Christmas. For those on a budget,...

 

Churches plan holiday services

Celebrate the reason for the season with local churches, who will be celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. They all open their doors to congregation...

 

JD Rocky Sumner

JD Rocky Sumner, 84, died Sunday December 9 at Clark Fork Valley Hospital in Plains, Montana. He... Full story

 

Robert John Bodaly

Bob Bodaly, 69, a resident of Thompson Falls for over 40 years, passed away at home on November 14,... Full story

 

Robert Miller

Robert "Bob" Miller passed away December 5, 2018, in Spokane, Washington. Bob was a longtime... Full story

 

Volunteers brighten holidays for families

Each year, Sanders County Coalition for Families (SCCFF) asks volunteers to help make Christmas...

 

Winner, winner, turkey dinner

"Bingo!" was shouted repeatedly in Trout Creek last Saturday afternoon when Trout Creek Community Im...

 

Christmas Extravaganza comes to Plains

Santa Claus seemed to be everywhere Saturday. Kids and adults alike sat on his lap at McGowan's...

 

Vikings make Trotters play a different game

PLAINS – The Charlo Lady Vikings' game is to take you out of yours. To force you into making bad...

 

Ice-cold Horsemen fall to Charlo boys

PLAINS – Baby, it's cold outside... and, as it turns out, it's cold inside, too. Pretty much...

 

Warriors still the team to beat in District 14C

It’s not the Phil and Will show anymore, but the Arlee Warriors are still a basketball powerhouse. Showing that they don’t miss the All-State serv...

 

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