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Huckleberries bring the heat

The hottest days of the summer didn't stop hundreds of visitors from descending on Trout Creek for...

 

Remember When

40 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 17, 1978 LEDGER LINES By K.A.E. We’ve never thought of the back of a print shop as being a desirable spot for a party, and...

 
 By Jay Simons    Communities    August 16, 2018 

Question of the Week

LARRY SCHMILL, Missoula – “With my fingers right off the bush.” MYRA LEWIS, Clark Fork, ID – “I Iike them on ice cream with a little sugar...

 

Trout Creek couple are adoption angels

Trout Creek is home to two angels...adoption angels that is. Craig and Beck Barrus were recently...

 

Huckleberry Festival set to take over T.C.

The 39th Annual Huckleberry Festival in Trout Creek will kick off this weekend. Organizers are touting what an accomplishment nearly four decades has...

 

Remember When

40 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 3, 1978 LOGGERS DEVELOPED COLORFUL LANGUAGE By W.L. Olson, Kootenai Logging...

 

Question of the Week

JASON PETERSON, Thompson Falls – “It has definitely. I live on Cherry Creek where we fish and play. Now we have to drive 10 miles to get to the...

 

Couple's wrong turn leads to special meal in Hot Springs

The Hot Springs Tribal Nutrition Center had the opportunity to get a new dish on the menu during lunch on July 26. Sue Kim, who is originally from Sou...

 

Plains artist takes second in national contest

A drawing has put Plains, Montana, on the map, according to Carol Harris, coordinator for the VFW...

 

Festival auction features football, resort packages

Like clockwork, the Huckleberry Festival auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 11 on Trout Creek Park’s main stage, with sign-ups and...

 

Youths gain valuable experience in conservation program

Wednesday was an informational meet and greet for both sides, as youth from the Youth Conservation...

 

Blues festival amplifies Noxon park

More than 600 people from all across the Northwest filled Noxon's Pilgrim Park over the weekend for...

 

Trout Creek welcomes cyclists

Much of Sanders County enjoys a cycle of tourists each year to boost business, but there is also an...

 

Arts council readies for performance season

The Sanders County Arts Council (SCAC) is gearing up for the annual Tapestry performing arts series. This year, the SCAC will present six...

 

Park passes available online

Visitors to Glacier National Park can now purchase digital annual and seven-day entrance passes online at YourPassNow. The National Park Service...

 

CASA event raises funds for local kids

More than 200 people showed up to support the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) fundraiser...

 

A DAY AT THE RACES

Engines roared, dust flew, as racers took to the track for the third annual Lawn Mower Races at the...

 

Remember When

40 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 3, 1978 LOGGERS DEVELOPED COLORFUL LANGUAGE By W.L. Olson, Kootenai Logging...

 

Question of the Week

JIM WALKER, Thompson Falls – “With Fiona, who is now my wife of 10 years. I took her on my Bayliner boat in Seattle from Kingston to Edmonds...

 

Volunteers update park fence

The saying, "Good fences make good neighbors" has new meaning for Frank Owens and Leta Behmerwohld,...

 

Local charity chosen for Avista golf tourney

The 10th annual Avista Charity Golf Scramble will be held August 18 at the Rivers Bend Golf Course in Thompson Falls. This year Avista will be...

 

Festival prepares for sweet competition

If you love pie and have a bit of a competitive side, then the Pie Eating Contest at the Huckleberry Festival in Trout Creek is just what you’re loo...

 

CASA fundraiser set for Saturday

A fundraiser for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lake and Sanders County is set for 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Sanders County...

 

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