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Cowboy poet to entertain at Arts Council event

The Sanders County Arts Council (SCAC) is changing pace a bit with its March event for the Tapestry Performing Arts Season. On Saturday, March 9, the...

 

FAMILY TREE

PERCHED HIGH ON a tree above the Clark Fork River, an adult and juvenile eagle rest. As spring...

 

REINDEER GAMES

PUT UP YOUR DUKES – Two deer battle it out in the snow west of Plains. The deer smacked each...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • FEBRUARY 27, 1969 TWO VETERAN PACKERS END CAREERS FRIDAY Two of the real “old timers” among United States Forest Service...

 

Question of the Week: What is your favorite local charity?

WILLIAM BUTTE, Thompson Falls – “Little Bitterroot Services in Thompson Falls. It helps people with special needs. They do good work down...

 

Elks help keep Sanders County kids warm

This past year, the Clark Fork Valley Elks Lodge received $4,000 in an Elks National Foundations...

 

Library to host media discussion

Thompson Falls Public Library will host the Montana Conversations program “What Happened to the News?” with Dennis Swibold on Thursday, Feb. 28. T...

 

FWP seeks comment on easement

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) has opened public comment on a proposal to amend the Thompson-Fisher Conservation Easement to remove 1.63 acres...

 

Sanders County Honor Roll - Second Quarter

Thompson Falls Elementary Students on the fourth-grade honor roll list were Alex Barrera, Aubrey Bax... Full story

 

Bowling Scores

THOMPSON FALLS MONDAY NITE GALS W L Dangerous Dames 50.5 33.5 Talk of the Town 48 36 Rock’n Bowl 40.5 43.5 Rehbein Pin-up Gals 40 44 Nascar Freaks... Full story

 

Art Expression

Plains Navy veteran David Williams is well known for his artistic abilities. He is the master...

 

Winter kindness

This is the time of year to bring out the hats, coats, and gloves, but for one Plains resident, the...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 30, 1969 SNOW SLIDES TRAP TRANSPORT BLOCK HIGHWAY FOUR HOURS Two large snow slides ensnared a large Northern Pacific...

 

Question of the Week

PAUL PERKINS, Thompson Falls – “My wife died in 2001, so I show my love to my two dogs – a Corgi and a Shelty – by taking them for a walk...

 

Trout Creek group helps women worldwide

Residents in Trout Creek are taking part in a worldwide effort to support girls and women by providi...

 

Residents get a lesson in citizenship

Margaret Mead’s very famous quote promotes active, informed citizenry: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, organized...

 

New year, new ventures on horseback

Trout Creek Back Country Horsemen held their first meeting of 2019 and are looking forward to new...

 

A tale of man vs. nature

Eugenio Montale once wrote, “The most dangerous aspect of present-day life is the dissolution of the feeling of individual responsibility. Mass...

 

Local gardener gets back to her roots

"I have raised a garden all my life," said Elizabeth Riffle, relating to what life was like growing...

 

SNOW DAY

More than 200 riders participated in the 2019 Cabinet Ridge Riders annual poker run. Fresh powder...

 

PHS students showcase new skills program

Students of Plains High School held a contest in the gymnasium last week to showcase the new...

 

Paradise wants to clean up the town

The community of Paradise doesn’t have a bona fide town government or its own law enforcement, but a group of residents decided something needed to...

 

FROSTY and FRIGID

January went out in a fury last weekend as a winter storm brought bitter winds and several inches...

 

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