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Double the luck

IF YOU'RE LUCKY ENOUGH to live in Sanders County, you're lucky enough to catch some spectacular...

 

Remember When?

70 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 13, 1948 PIONEER MATRON PASSES Mrs. Nellie M. Haase Mrs. Nellie M. Haase passed away at St. Patrick’s Hospital in Missoula...

 

What wakes you up in the morning?

MARIAH CHAVEZ, Thompson Falls –“My dog. Mom brings him in and he gets all over me, licking my face.” CLARK LUNDGREN, Thompson Falls – “I...

 

Community raises funds for Laws family

Rainy skies didn't stop anyone, it just made for fonder memories as the community came together in...

 

Elementary students enjoy run for fun in the sun

Thompson Falls Elementary students have been running strong for 20 years. This year students from...

 

Almost Showtime

ALMOST SHOWTIME – Rick Harter of Plains paints a window scene in getting the stage ready for "The...

 

Cancer Network holds fall fundraiser

When Sanders County residents are in need, neighbors step up. That was the sentiment expressed by...

 

Royal pair

HOT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL crowned Elena McAllister and Tyler Knudsen as king and queen during the...

 

Property owners get Thumbs Up for beautification

The Thompson Falls Beautification Days Committee recognized three properties last week for their...

 

PAVING THE SKY

Upon arriving at the home of Muriel Simbro in Clark Fork, Idaho, I was greeted with a smile that war...

 

Elks share sports knowledge with kids

The first of three activities in the annual Elk's triathlon took place in late September. Eleven...

 

CELEBRATING WATER

As rain sprinkled down, fifth graders from Sanders County schools attended the annual Water...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 5, 1978 CABLE TV SYSTEM HAS LITTLE SUPPORT Members of the City Council displayed little enthusiasm Monday night to involve...

 

Question of the Week

DOMINIC ELLISON, Thompson Falls – “About once a week. We have five dogs, long hair and short hair, old dogs and puppies, so we have to clean...

 

Thompson Falls seniors prep for life

It is that time of year again when Thompson Falls counselor Jodi Morgan is hard at work prepping...

 

HOMECOMING 2018

Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls high schools celebrated homecoming last week. Events included the...

 

Misty Fall

RAIN SHOWERS covered the Clark Fork Valley this week as yellows and reds of fall foliage spread...

 

TF Public Works Director retires after 27 years

After 27 years, it is time to say “happy trails” to a man who was instrumental in maintaining a town. Thompson Falls Public Works Director Jerry...

 

Power Struggle

YOUNG BIGHORN SHEEP fight over the best vegetation near a residence up Thompson River recently. As...

 

Honoring a fallen soldier

A special funeral procession made its way through Thompson Falls Saturday. Members of the armed...

 

TF park one step closer

The vision for Thompson Falls is about to become reality. Step by step the end will result in a...

 

Remember When

50 YEARS AGO • SEPTEMBER 26, 1968 TF QUITS DUMPING SEWAGE INTO RIVER The city of Thompson Falls has quit dumping raw sewage into the Clark’s Fork...

 

Question of the Week

CHARLES OXFORD, Thompson Falls – “Several things. I like the turning of the trees and brush. The summer heat is gone and the cool nights begin so...

 

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