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Even when you indulge, you can stay on track

I’ll be honest, I did not make the healthiest food choices this holiday season, and I’m not even sorry. Making holiday treats is one of my...

 

LET IT SNOW

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER – Even though winter seems to be hitting us a little later than usual,...

 

Plains students take polar adventure

Students at Plains Elementary took an adventure through the north and south poles last week. The...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • DECEMBER 24, 1968 LAW OFFICERS PASS OUT YULE BOXES TO NEEDY Sanders County sheriffs officers were playing the role of Santa Claus...

 

Question of the Week

TY PARDEE, Thompson Falls ­— “My wife, Kim, and I had our son, Enzo, (It’s an Italian name). He weighed 7 lbs 5 ounces." REX DENISON, Thompson...

 

Noxon youth center closes its doors

After 12 years of providing Noxon's youth with free entertainment and a hangout headquarters, Diane...

 

TFHS students show off talents in winter show

Thompson Falls High School hosted a talent show in the gymnasium on Dec. 21. Ten participants...

 

When it comes to tobacco, it's OK to be a quitter

Every year, thousands of Montanans look to the New Year for a fresh opportunity to change their lives for the better. For Montanans who use tobacco,...

 

Brain games challenge Plains students

The students of Plains High School and Junior High got to spend their last official school day of...

 

Couple dedicated to sharing luxury

"It is not ours, we are just stewards of it. We want others to enjoy it," commented Randy...

 

Phillips 66 gives $50k to TF schools

It wasn’t that long ago that teachers were using chalkboards. The mess of the dust and banging...

 

Students lend helping hands

Students at Thompson Falls schools helped give back to their community this Christmas season. Last...

 

STAR OF WONDER

A CHRISTMAS BEACON, the giant Christmas tree on NorthWestern Energy's Thompson Falls dam has lit...

 

Remember When?

W.B. RUSSELL TIMBERMAN By Mike Scott contributor to The Plainsman An attempt will be made to...

 

Question of the Week

JAMIE MCKENZIE, Trout Creek – “Naughty! We won’t say why…he knows.” COREY AUMILLER, Trout Creek – “Naughty. That’s how I roll....

 

Adults join gingerbread fun at Dog Hill Bistro

At Dog Hill Bistro, you can make your house and eat it, too... and a few people were seen munching...

 

A happy holiday doesn't mean a big budget

The holiday season is always full of excitement and sometimes we feel money is necessary to have a jolly, magical Christmas. For those on a budget,...

 

Churches plan holiday services

Celebrate the reason for the season with local churches, who will be celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. They all open their doors to congregation...

 

Volunteers brighten holidays for families

Each year, Sanders County Coalition for Families (SCCFF) asks volunteers to help make Christmas...

 

Winner, winner, turkey dinner

"Bingo!" was shouted repeatedly in Trout Creek last Saturday afternoon when Trout Creek Community Im...

 

Christmas Extravaganza comes to Plains

Santa Claus seemed to be everywhere Saturday. Kids and adults alike sat on his lap at McGowan's...

 

Dinosaur shows up in Plains

A dinosaur has a new home at the Sinclair Gas Station in Plains last week, but now the parents,...

 

Glacier Park announces fee-free days for 2019

Glacier National Park will waive its entrance fee on five days in 2019. The five entrance fee-free days for 2019 will be: ● Monday, January 21 ...

 

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