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Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 11, 1979 PRISONERS TO OCCUPY NEW QUARTERS SOON Unlike the concern voiced by Warden Roger Crist about moving the Montana...

 

Question of the Week

LYNDA BRANSON, Trout Creek – "No. Definitely not. Those Democrats have been after him since he was elected. They are guilty of everything they...

 

Lil' fighters organize festival for Harlee

Despite the cold, rainy weather on Saturday, the community came together once again to have some...

 

County students learn about water

Sanders County fifth and sixth-grade students took part in the 17th annual Water Festival recently....

 

County encourages residents to walk for health

Sanders County Public Health invites the public to take part in Walk with Ease, a self-directed program aimed to increase overall wellness. The...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    October 10, 2019 

Fundraiser draws small crowd, big bucks

The Cancer Network of Sanders County (CNSC) will now be able to help more than a dozen cancer...

 

MOOSE ON THE LOOSE

A YOUNG BULL MOOSE wades in the Clark Fork River near Thompson Falls....

 

Noxon fans enjoy new scoreboard

For thousands of communities across the U.S., high school football is a big deal. The whole town...

 

Hospital's first staff look back

The 50th anniversary of the Clark Fork Valley Hospital is two years away, but last week community...

 

SNOW BIRD

THE SEPTEMBER SNOWSTORM was a shock to not only human residents of Sanders County, but also the...

 

TF students engage in leadership training

A duo of seniors at Thompson Falls High School took it upon themselves to organize a team-building e...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • OCTOBER 4, 1979 LIONS CLUB TO STAGE 35th ANNUAL SHOOT A lot of memories, most of them pleasant, spanning the past 35 years are being...

 

Question of the Week

SANDREA COLEMAN ROUSSY, Thompson Falls – “Yes. Last year we had a deer that the liver looked strange, so we didn’t eat it.” BILL CAIN,...

 

Project ASCENT hosts outdoor program

Thompson Falls non-profit Project ASCENT is hosting a unique fall outdoor educational program this weekend in Libby. The group will present “Autumn...

 

TC students hula hoop for Harlee

Last Friday, kids of Trout Creek gathered to show support for their fellow friend and classmate,...

 

Plains Woman's Club donates hundreds of shoes

Whoever said members of the Plains Woman's Club don't have soul didn't see them working on hundreds...

 

NOXON ROYALTY

Noxon High School crowned Homecoming royalty during the football game against Sheridan last Friday....

 

HITTING THE FALL TRAILS

While autumn may bring on the need for hot apple cider, pumpkin carving and hayrides, it is also...

 

Twins shoot it out in Paradise play

There was a shooting and a case of poisoning in Paradise last weekend - two people died, but no one...

 

FAMILY TRADITION

Expanding to a little over 3,000 acres just outside Hot Springs, Springvale Ranch is home to nearly...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • SEPTEMBER 27, 1979 LaRUES TO OBSERVE 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS By Lenora Brown An era...

 

Question of the Week

FRANK LaMOTTE, Trout Creek – “I don’t smoke, but I think we should ban e-cigarettes because it gives you too many physical problems.” KATRINA...

 

Artist adding to sculpture herd

The lone horse along the greenway in Plains might have company by the end of the year. Artist...

 

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