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A sweet tradition in Plains

The nostalgia of holiday traditions is what keeps us looking forward to next year, and the next and...

 

On your mark ...

GET SET, GO! A group of bighorn sheep stands at attention in the Thompson River area recently. With...

 

VFW conducts f lag retirement

A group of kids and military veterans braved the cold temperatures last week to give a batch of...

 

Remember When?

W.B. RUSSELL TIMBERMAN By Mike Scott contributor to The Plainsman William Bruce Russell is best...

 

Question of the Week

KENDA BRESTER, Trout Creek – “I’ve probably read five or six. I read mostly novels my mom hands down to me.” ELLEN BROWN, Thompson Falls ...

 

Students learn core values through art

Compassion, excellence, integrity, unity, respect... the core values spoken at Thompson Falls...

 

Quilts of Valor

HONORING THEIR SERVICE – A group of veterans were recognized for their military service when Ed...

 

Local Giving

Editor’s Note: During this special season of giving, The Ledger and First Security Bank would like to salute all the local nonprofit agencies that...

 

Teacher shares creative art of carving wood

You start by looking at people's faces, the whole point is that the width between the eyes is the sa...

 

Plains students paint Christmas spirit around town

One Plains teacher took her students out of the classroom for their lesson last week to learn art...

 

Holiday memories in Paradise

"It gave me such great memories when I went to school here," said 94-year-old Betty Meyer after the...

 

First metal horse installed

Plains is known for horses. It's the school mascot. The former elementary school was called Wild...

 

Elf-ing Around

NOXON SCHOOL COOKS Louise Chandler (left) and Cristina Summers have some fun at the Noxon PTO...

 

TF gets in holiday spirit

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

 

Creativity shines in gingerbread display

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

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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