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THE GIFT OF ART

It all began with a painting of Saint William of Vercelli, an Italian who was born in the year 1085...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • MARCH 6, 1969 ROCK SLIDE BLOCKS TRAVEL ON CUT-OFF Traffic over Highway 35, the Paradise-St. Regis cutoff was halted for almost two...

 
 By Jay Simons    Communities    March 14, 2019 

Question of the Week

BETTY KENNEY, Thompson Falls – “I always enjoy putting in a garden. This Easter, I’m looking forward to going to Texas to where my son just...

 

4-H members give their best during Communication Days

Last weekend, 93 members of Sanders County 4-H clubs presented everything from how to make cookies t...

 

Kayden Richard Allen Timmer

Chelsea and Randy Timmer of Plains welcomed son, Kayden Richard Allen Timmer Monday, Feb. 25 at... Full story

 

Coming Up Short

A doe searches for food after last week's snowfall near Plains. Spring finally sprung in Sanders...

 

Library to host talk on women writers

The Thompson Falls Public Library will host the Montana Conversations program “Montana Women Writers” with Caroline Patterson on Tuesday, March...

 

T. Falls math students compete at UM

More than 1,000 Montana students in grades 7-12 attended the annual Montana Council of Teachers...

 

Remember When?

100 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 13, 1919 NARROW ESCAPE Patrick Duffy who lives three miles west of Heron had the misfortune to lose his team of horses in the...

 

Question of the Week

DON HOPPE, Noxon – “Someone from Chattahoochee, like an Alan Jackson song.” SANDY DAVIS, Noxon – “Nice downtown people … pretty happy...

 

Rednecks raise funds for TCCIA

The Lakeside Resort's convention room was full of camouflage and blacked-out teeth Saturday night...

 

Leigh Lake September

The September day started out early, before the sun rose, as most expeditions like this do. I laced...

 

Speakers will help 'kick tobacco's butt'

Next week, students from several Sanders County schools will be spending a day dedicated to...

 

TURKEY HUDDLE

Cold temperatures have us all looking for a little warmth. Turkeys have been seen huddling to keep...

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    March 7, 2019

DAY OF THE DINOSAURS

Plains School was invaded by prehistoric animals Friday, but they weren't the normal dinosaurs....

 
 By Ed Moreth    Communities    March 7, 2019

Plains preparing for annual festival

Two feet of snow on the ground and temperatures in the teens seems to be a good time to start...

 

JUST A HOAX?

AN ONLINE PETITION proposes to sell Montana to Canada for $1 trillion to eliminate the national...

 

Redneck Ball returns to Trout Creek

It is time to polish up those Billy Bob teeth, display your hillbilly best and celebrate in Trout Creek — redneck style. Trout Creek Community Impro...

 

Remember When?

DANIEL RASOR – VETERAN PACKER Daniel M. Rasor was born Aug. 23, 1909 in Kendall, Montana (which is now a ghost town), to Martin Rasor and Adeline La...

 

Question of the Week

TIM NELSON, Thompson Falls – “We should do it!” ZITA KENNEDY, Trout Creek – “YES! I wish they would leave Trump alone and let him do his...

 

Plains Piranhas donate big to f ix pool

They say that a way to a man's heart is through his stomach – the Committee for Safe Swimming (CSS...

 

Quilt group reflects on 30 years

The Flat Iron Quilting Guild is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and will sponsor their t...

 

Directors need actors for Paradise plays

If you like memorizing for fun, then Myra Lindborg has got something special for you. The Plains resident has 26 pages of lines of a one-act play and...

 

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