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Protectors appreciated

Dear Editor, So, what was the purpose of the armed citizens across the street from the peaceful protest Sunday afternoon? As most people know, many... Full story

 

Different opinions

While was a participant in the peaceful gathering on Main Street Sunday afternoon, I don't condone the private posting on Instagram that followed. It...

 

Time, effort appreciated

Dear owner and writers of The Sanders County Ledger, Congratulations! In the newspaper printed May 21, 2020, I was impressed by the story and photos...

 

Plains teens courageous

Dear Editor, I was so proud to read of the Plains teens who peacefully protested last Monday and those who gathered and raced in the rain on Saturday...

 

FS should consider options

After reading the Priscilla Peak articles in today’s Ledger by John Hamilton it is obvious that the decision to move the lookout to Driveway Peak ha...

 

Board should trust leaders

I’d like to address the nearly six-minute diatribe by a board member at the April 30 meeting. It was inappropriate. This time is set aside for...

 

Loge thinks before he votes

Dear Editor, "Attention Sanders County Republicans." Thus is headlined an ad published in the Ledger recently from a “concerned Montana citizen...

 

Connecting virtually

The Sanders County Arts Council will not be as visible as usual for the next several months. We have cancelled or postponed our events and programs...

 

A broken system

I am currently a teacher and coach employed by the Noxon School District. When I began my teaching career 14 years ago, I promised myself I’d...

 

Stay focused in fight against coronavirus

To our community, Thank you! Thank you to everyone who has stayed home these four long weeks. Governor Bullock’s shelter-in-place order has been... Full story

 

What a nice gesture

Nothing political here, just an observation. I went to the new landfill on Wednesday with my truck full of garbage. While I was unloading next to a...

 

Board should be transparent

To the Thompson Falls School Board of Trustees, I have four children in the Thompson Falls School District, two current students and two graduates. My...

 

Keeping in touch

It has been quite a while since my service to you as your State Legislature of HD 13 came to a close do to term limits and that of my “Keeping in To...

 

Everyone's an expert

Just over the hill from Sanders County, a Washington gubernatorial candidate recently declared Governor Inslee’s business closures...

 

Thanks, Doug and crew

It's taken far too long to take a minute to write this and send it. Every time I go into the newly owned Thompson Falls Family Pharmacy I am reminded...

 

Healthy lungs are important

Editor: In this difficult and challenging time dealing with the coronavirus, there has never been a better time for smokers to quit and for people to...

 

Cats are an invasive species

Editor: What unabashed BS from “cat lovers.” From the Ledger’s 27 Feb 2020 edition. I suppose it would be okay for them to have their children...

 

Columnist strikes a cord

Response to Blackstone Maybe because I’m pretty much home-bound because of the coronavirus, or maybe because he struck a cord – and possibly...

 

Misinformation causes concern

Dear Editor, After reading the letter titled “Media Causes Concern” (March 12, 2020), as well as answers to the “Question of the Week” in the...

 

Military memorabilia wanted

Editor: I would like to use this venue to ask your readers if they have any U.S. military memorabilia and war effort materials, pre-1955, they would...

 

For the greater community

Last weeks editorials caught my attention! It seems with some folks it’s all about themselves and their little world. Thank you Mayor Lacy and...

 

Media causes concern

Dear Editor, In your viewpoint this week (February 27, 2020), you incorrectly stated that Coronavirus started in China. This is incorrect. The...

 

Council's control frightening

I would like to address this sewer project that the city council and mayor have forced upon their residence. A petition against the sewer system was...

 

Cat law not necessary

Last week’s Ledger had a letter, “City should have restrictions for cats…..”. It would seem that the words of Governor Aldlai Stevenson are...

 

Poking fun at ourselves

A few years back, there was a pious Norwegian Lutheran lady named Lena who had dealt with alcoholism in her family for some time. As a result of...

 

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