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 By Annie Wooden    News    December 27, 2018

T.Falls outlines sewer project costs

The City of Thompson Falls is being cautious as they move forward on a plan to connect the properties above the railroad tracks to a city sewer...

 

French granted new trial over ticket

After being found guilty at both the Justice and District level courts, Plains resident Mark French...

 

LET IT SNOW

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER – Even though winter seems to be hitting us a little later than usual,...

 

Plains students take polar adventure

Students at Plains Elementary took an adventure through the north and south poles last week. The...

 

Our Viewpoint

It seems the older we get, the faster the years fly by. And 2018 was no exception. Over the weekend, we were thinking about the past year. Each year,...

 

Legislators must protect state's legacy

Dear Senator Fielder, Congratulations on your position as Chairperson of the Fish and Game Committee during this upcoming legislative session. I met...

 

Letter writer was spot on in response

Regarding “Bigotry is not the answer” (Dec. 13, 2018), Jeannnie Burke’s response to Blaine Blackstone’s article “Street Smart” is right...

 

Montana Viewpoint

It was early Christmas morning, around 5 o’clock. I had woken up and looked out the window to see a clear, moonlit night. A good time for a walk, I...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • DECEMBER 24, 1968 LAW OFFICERS PASS OUT YULE BOXES TO NEEDY Sanders County sheriffs officers were playing the role of Santa Claus...

 

Question of the Week

TY PARDEE, Thompson Falls ­— “My wife, Kim, and I had our son, Enzo, (It’s an Italian name). He weighed 7 lbs 5 ounces." REX DENISON, Thompson...

 

Sheriff's Log

Ambulances: Noxon, 4; T. Falls, 6; Plains, 4; H. Springs, 3; Dixon QRU, 2. Sunday, December 16 Deputy flagged down to assist motorist who ran out of...

 

Justice Court

Montana Highway Patrol Catalina Mitchell, 41, day speeding, $70. Jennifer Ivy, 47, speeding in a restricted zone, $65. Cheryl Rauckhorst, 55, day... Full story

 

Noxon youth center closes its doors

After 12 years of providing Noxon's youth with free entertainment and a hangout headquarters, Diane...

 

TFHS students show off talents in winter show

Thompson Falls High School hosted a talent show in the gymnasium on Dec. 21. Ten participants...

 

When it comes to tobacco, it's OK to be a quitter

Every year, thousands of Montanans look to the New Year for a fresh opportunity to change their lives for the better. For Montanans who use tobacco,...

 
 By Brian Baxter    News    December 27, 2018

Boreal owls f ill forest with joyful sounds

After the snowfall, Old Man Winter rests. He is warm now, with his long white hair flowing down his shoulders. After conjuring up infinite patterns...

 

Bonita Paulette Sheffer Vulles Dodd

The day the music died. Although we can no longer hear her, Bonita Paulette Sheffer Vulles Dodd, is... Full story

 

Lawrence "Larry" Richard McKenzie

On December 21, 2018, Lawrence "Larry" Richard McKenzie left this world for the next at his beloved... Full story

 

Brain games challenge Plains students

The students of Plains High School and Junior High got to spend their last official school day of...

 

FWP seeks comment on deer hunting regulations

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is hosting four upcoming public meetings to discuss deer populations and potential future management strategies for...

 

Couple dedicated to sharing luxury

"It is not ours, we are just stewards of it. We want others to enjoy it," commented Randy...

 

Phillips 66 gives $50k to TF schools

It wasn’t that long ago that teachers were using chalkboards. The mess of the dust and banging...

 

FWP community pond program funds available

Groups or individuals interested in constructing or improving a community fishing pond have until Feb. 1 to apply for a Montana Fish, Wildlife &...

 

Comebacks lead to county wins

It was a tale two big comebacks at TFHS Thursday night, with the hometown Lady Hawks rallying to win...

 

Keg Bowl set for Saturday

Football is a game for young men but some pigskin crazies in this part of the world think they can play the demanding sport forever if they want to....

 

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