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HUCK FEST FEVER

Each year, more and more people flock to the small town of Trout Creek to celebrate the purple...

 

Remember When?

70 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 13, 1952 NEW ROAD BEING BUILT A railroad grade and trucking road, planned for future use by ACM Co. operations up Thompson...

 

Question of the Week

JADE STEVENS, Thompson Falls - “The overwhelming sense of community and the positive attitudes all the way around.” COLLIN KOFFLER, Thompson...

 

TCRFD serves more than 1,000

For decades, crowds have been lining up the second weekend in August for a taste of huckleberry...

 

Pie eaters defend title in contest

A yearly highlight of the Huckleberry Festival is the pie eating contest. Twenty-five contestants competed in four age groups. The youngest age...

 

TC School shows off archery skills

Archery demonstrations put on by Trout Creek School community archery team were a new addition to...

 

Charlette Ray Hardenbrook

Megan and Andy Hardenbrook of Thompson Falls announce the birth of their daughter, Charlette Ray...

 

CHANCE REUNION

It really is a small world. Two Sanders County men have crossed paths once again after attending...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. SPAAK 6. AAR 9. PACA 13. CURDY 14. PERU 15. ABED 16. ALAI 17. SADAT 18. RICO...

 

Burts honored to be recognized for service

Sam and Teri Burt moved to Trout Creek in 1993 with their four children. Almost immediately, the...

 

Ranching a family tradition

The Page Bison Ranch has hit two milestones this year. It's the ranch's 25th anniversary and it's...

 

Ice cream social supports local CASA program

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) successfully hosted its 7th annual ice cream social at the...

 

Remember When?

40 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 5, 1982 LONG-TIME OFFICIAL ORIN KENDALL PASSES Orin P. Kendall, 78, who had served Sanders County 50 years as an educator and...

 

Question of the Week

ALEX OLESEN, Thompson Falls - “Yes because the lights may help people to keep from missing our stop signs due to the trees blocking them from view...

 

Festival offers fitting finale for violinist

Monica Huggett discovered northwest Montana while cycling to Spokane in 2003. She met Jean Morrison...

 

Eicherts celebrate 60th with family, friends

Marvin and Doris Eichert celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends on...

 

Artists show off work

More than a dozen artists from Sanders and Mineral counties gathered in Paradise for three days...

 

Festival offers weekend of blues along the Clark Fork

Each August, Sanders County kids get the chance to have music lessons from nationally known...

 

Whitepine Grange welcomes 'hometown heroes' at event

The Whitepine Grange recently held an event to bring together county residents and local volunteer...

 

Racers take over fairgrounds

Top Dawg Arenacross came back to the Sanders County Fairgrounds and with it came high flying, mud fl...

 

Crossword Solution

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. ACED 5. HRS 8. COO 11. SHIES 13. OOH 14. CABS 15. LIRAS 16. RMA 17. ABOS 18....

 

New activities, old favorites planned for festival

The Huckleberry Festival will return to Trout Creek this year with a few new additions to the...

 

SHOWDOWN AT THE COYOTE

The annual Wild Coyote Days celebration was held last weekend. One of the more popular events is...

 

Remember When?

105 YEARS AGO • AUGUST 2, 1917 BIG HAUL OF CHAR Fishing For Market, Spokane Man and Sons Seine 300 Pounds of Big Trout A Spokane man and his sons...

 

Question of the Week

TAMMIE MOORE, Thompson Falls - “The Vermillion.” LYNN ROSE, Plains - “Anywhere in the mountains.” LOGAN HARMON, Thompson Falls - “Family...

 

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