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Snow interrupts local TV signal

Local television stations went down during Sunday night’s winter snow and rain storm. As early as day break on Monday, members of Western Sanders...

 
 By Annie Wooden    News    December 21, 2017

State closing local assistance office

The Office of Public Assistance (OPA) in Thompson Falls is closing next month. This week, the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS)...

 

Input sought on Cub Creek salvage

U.S. Forest Service (USFS) personnel has announced they are ready to take comments on their proposal to salvage merchantable and hazard timber from...

 

You're never too old

Dog Hill Bistro closed down for construction purposes Saturday with nearly a dozen builders, all...

 

Christmas Extravaganza comes to Plains

Saturday was the first Plains Christmas Extravaganza. It might have been small, but organizers are h...

 

Our Viewpoint: Rural areas lose in cuts to state services

Last week, the Department of Public Health and Human Services announced that the Sanders County Office of Public Assistance will close Jan. 16. This i...

 

A few facts on dog vaccines

Letter to the Editor; The December 14, 2017 Ledger article regarding rescued dogs contained an eye catching statement. “Getting your dog the proper...

 

Other Viewpoints: A special kind of holiday cheer

As we gather with family and friends this holiday season and count our blessings, let’s remember to give thanks for the extensive forest lands that...

 
 By Ron Rude    Opinion    December 21, 2017

Other Viewpoints: Church and state still a struggle

It’s funny how a person goes through life making decisions based upon certain beliefs or ideas, yet unaware of where those ideas came from, and of w...

 

Remember When

MEMORIES OF WHITEPINE (Excerpt from Crosscuts and Rails) By Helen Haase Helen O. Haase was appointed postmaster of Whitepine in Mrs. Sand’s place,...

 

What was your favorite Christmas gift you've received?

SCOTT PALMER, Thompson Falls – "One year I got a rifle from my dad. That was pretty special."...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol William Montignani, 42, $70, night speeding. Scott Ryder, 33: operating without liability insurance, 3rd or subsequent...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 3; T. Falls, 3; Plains, 3; Dixon QRU, 1. Sunday, December 10 DUI arrest made in T. Falls. Private alarm, T. Falls. Report of a man...

 

Old Glory gets proper sendoff

Few words were spoken after Navy veteran Ron Kilbury led the Plains group in the Pledge of...

 

Rex fundraiser shows off history

The plot thickens for the fundraiser to help keep the doors open at the Rex Theatre in Thompson Falls. A special showing of a Montana-filmed vintage...

 

From Montana to D.C.

While visiting their daughter Jessica and her husband Zac Murphy in Washington, D.C., earlier this...

 

Area churches plan holiday services

Church bells will be ringing, carols will be sung, and celebrations of Jesus’ birth will take place. Christmas church services are scheduled to...

 

Trout Creek students experience Nutcracker

Students from Trout Creek School took a field trip to Missoula last Friday to experience a traditional holiday masterpiece. The entire school...

 

Beckett Kye Rholl

Velita (Benton) and Kyle Rholl are happy to announce the birth of Beckett Kye Rholl, born December... Full story

 

Falls band teacher goes solo for album

A new Christmas album has hit the electronic music market, and the artist/producer hails from...

 

Holiday Eats

by Shana Neesvig Do you ever wonder what food famous chefs prepare for the holidays? "The Ledger"...

 

Core values guide TF school district

It is common practice for corporations and institutions to have a mission statement and core values displayed as a reminder of what they stand for,...

 

T. Falls robotics moves on to state

The buzz, glory and fame are all about robotics nowadays. It is at Thompson Falls High School...

 

Blue Hawks down Florence Falcons 66-57

Gotcha there, fair and square. The Thompson Falls Blue Hawk boys ended years of hoop frustration...

 

19th Fun Run is on Jan. 1

The 19th annual New Year’s Day Fun Run will be held starting and ending at the Elks Lodge just east of Thompson Falls at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 1....

 

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