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Remember When

40 YEARS AGO • JUNE 20, 1978 SINCE I LAST WROTE FOR THE LEDGER By Harry L. Billings (AKA Peanuts, TFHS Class of ’29) Gretchen and I are pinch hitt...

 
 By Jay Simons    Communities    July 19, 2018 

Question of the Week

DAKOTA GOATLEY, Thompson Falls – “Yes. Finlay Flats. You get the most sunfish there. We don’t eat them. We catch and release.” BECKY MAZUR,...

 
 By Annie Wooden    Communities    July 19, 2018 

Musician reminisces of Hot Springs gig

You never know who is going to walk through your door. At The Ledger earlier this month, a gentleman...

 

New business helps beat the heat

Danielle Wood of Thompson Falls is offering a little help in beating the heat this summer. Wood, a Pampered Chef consultant in Thompson Falls who...

 

Dean's list honors

Sanders County students who made the Dean’s List at Flathead Valley Community College were Addison O. Mueller, from Hot Springs and Hailey R. Coe,...

 
 By Annie Wooden    Communities    July 19, 2018 

Lakeside to welcome classic cars

Trout Creek will go back in time with the annual Cool Summer Nights car show at the Lakeside Resort. The event will feature cars, trucks and motorcycl...

 

Artists prepare for ninth annual blues festival

The ninth annual Big Sky Rhythm and Blues Festival will be held on Aug. 3-5 at Pilgrim Creek Park in Noxon. There will be performances from 11...

 

Shey Hannum is recuperating

Anyone that knows Shey Hannum knows that she is a fighter from her days as a standout Thompson Falls athlete. Her competitive spirit, her passion for...

 

SUMMER SPORTS

SUMMER KICKOFF - Kids of all ages competed in challenges including watermelon eating, egg walk,...

 

T. Falls man heading back to Kilimanjaro to raise awareness

Some people thrive on challenges, for the simple reason that when they conquer them, it makes them f...

 

Remember When

70 YEARS AGO • JULY 21, 1948 LOCAL PIONEER PASSES Seymour Asa Hurlburt was born at Lafayette, Oregon August 1868. Mr. Hurlburt’s parents were...

 

Question of the Week

KAYLA HADDOCK, Plains – “Taking walks. I like to see the scenery, animals, flowers and mountains. I especially like walking on the bridge across...

 

Baroque festival to feature the classics

The Clark Fork Enrichment Corporation and Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort will be sponsoring the 15th Montana Baroque Music Festival, Bach Meets Vivaldi...

 

Handmade gift for Plains pool

TOWN GIFT – Marv Tanner of the Plains Lions Club presents a donation of new wooden benches to the...

 

Men's Prayer group prepares for annual chicken jamboree

Almost a quarter-ton of chicken (450 pounds, to be exact), will be cooked up and prepared for the community at the annual Chicken Jamboree on...

 

Plains ranch celebrates 100 years

The Pilgeram's Family Ranch in Plains celebrated its 100th anniversary on July 7. Keith and Carol...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    July 12, 2018

Statement of independence

IN YOUR FACE BRITAIN – Anthony Livernois of Plains furls an American flag at a local event while...

 

Artists to showcase works in Paradise

Paradise Center will be celebrating the fifth year of the “Artists in Paradise” gallery, as well as the grand opening of the rehabilitated...

 

Now and Then

With the water level continuing to lower above NorthWestern Energy's Thompson Falls dam, remnants...

 

Local artist creates festival logo

Every year the Huckleberry Festival offers artists and novices from around the country the...

 

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