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Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 16, 1969 BRONCO LIZ, TF DANCE HALL QUEEN ALSO DROVE THOMPSON PASS FREIGHT WAGON The heavy snow and low temperatures being...

 

Question of the Week

ANSON ROWNDY, Idaho Falls –“I pay my income taxes by March.” MIKE MARICH, Thompson Falls – “I pay my property taxes as soon as I get the...

 

Pajama drive continues in Noxon

Pajamas, PJs, jammas or jammies...stripes, solids, flannels, fleece, silk, cotton, nightgown, long... Full story

 

Full Wolf Moon to include eclipse

Wolves are a hot topic in Sanders County. Despite the conflict they have caused between sportsmen, naturalists and wildlife managers in the area, on...

 

HOLIDAY SPIRIT WINNERS

THOMPSON FALLS MAIN STREET COMMITTEE members Robin Hagedorn (from left) and Carla Parks presented...

 

Named to UM Dean's List

At the University of Montana, 2,520 students made the fall semester 2018 Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List. To qualify, students must be...

 

Birth: Amaris Josephine Reed

Katherine and Jesse Reed welcomed daughter, Amaris Josephine, November 15, 2018 at 6:30 a.m. at...

 

Rose, Juanita lead local Pinochle play

Rose Scoville and Juanita Triplett took top honors in the December 2018 Thompson Falls Woman’s Club Pinochle Marathon with a score of 7,710. Second...

 

Benefit planned for Heron woman

Lorie Adams did not exactly have a good start to 2019. Unfortunately, on Jan. 1, due to an electrical outlet problem according to a Heron fire...

 

Crossword solution

For Jan. 17, 2019...

 

A MILLION MILES

Pitching a no hitter in baseball is a feat, but driving a big rig more than 1.7 million miles withou...

 

Prevention key as flu season nears

“It is all around us,” Sanders County Health Director Karen Morey said referencing the influenza virus. Sanders County has only had one confirmed...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 9, 1969 REGULAR TRAIN STOPS SET FOR FALLS, NOXON Noxon and Thompson Falls again are regular stops for the Main streeter...

 

Question of the Week?

TOM KEITH, Noxon – “I don’t think the wall will help keep the illegals out. They will just tunnel under it. I don’t think this shutting down...

 

Day spa opens in Thompson Falls

A passion for helping people led Thompson Falls resident Morgan Leaf to open Essential Wellness Day...

 

Plains dinosaur gets a name

Dave and JoAnne Colyer have a name for their new service station mascot – Claire – named in...

 

Extension offers classes

MSU Extension in Sanders County is picking up its Lunch and Learn brown bag series this month. All classes are free and held at the state office...

 

OCEANS APART

Planted, uprooted and replanted... it's a good analogy for what has transpired between Plains...

 

Remember When?

50 YEARS AGO • JANUARY 2, 1969 LEDGER LINES by K.A.E. The new year is traditionally a time for making new plans and acquiring new hopes for the...

 

Question of the Week

KATIE MOODY, Thompson Falls – “I am a planner. I make lists. I have to before I leave the house. My boyfriend says I’m more organized than he...

 

A day of rest

QUIET OBSERVER – Jan Manning's dog Milo rests in the aisle during a church service at Whitepine...

 

FSPW looks ahead to 2019 trail season

The trails in the Scotchman Peaks might be snowed in this month, but Friends of Scotchman Peaks...

 

LEARNING AND LEADING

Most college students spend their weekends exploring, hanging out with friends, and maybe doing a...

 

SOUP SEASON

by Annie Wooden Now that winter has arrived in Sanders County, we're ready for soup season. There's...

 

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