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As the days get shorter and temperatures begin to drop, the end of summer gives way to fall, the start of harves...
Superior celebrates Homecoming week
The Sanders County Fair Board took note of numerous complaints about this year’s event during their monthly meeting last Wednesday evening, among them the co...
Billings firm AVA Law Group organized an informal meeting last week in Paradise to discuss the impacts of this summer's River Road East Fire.
Bright and early Saturday morning, volunteers from Plains and the surrounding area met at the Pool Park for the first fall Plains Cleanup Day.
9/23 The 2nd annual Clark Fork River Clean Up. 10:00 am, Sanders County Fairgrounds in Plains. Info: Eastern Sanders County Conservation District, (406) 830-8687, email@example.com
Giving back to the community is a very real and active concept in Montana.
Last year using Covid money, then Mineral County Sheriff Mike Toth purchased Smart 911 (aka Reverse 911) and residents were urged to enroll.
A tremendous amount of attention has been zeroed in on the fisheries in Montana as some areas are experiencing diseased fish, others have been overtaken by n...
The old saying goes, "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time."
A colossal task was recognized by the Pool in the Park Committee (PIP) when they ban...
Freedom Fest was held last weekend at the Alberton Orchards celebrating the Constitution and freedom with non-partisan residents of Mineral County.
Nyla Prosser, of Superior, is known for having a melodious singing voice, her even sweeter disposition, and an ever-ready willingness to help others.
The scars of the battlefield are often readily recognizable and visible. Sometimes they are not.
Thanks to the generosity of an organization that helps farmers and ranchers with financial matters, the Sanders County 4-H club will gain a new cooler for th...
September’s Plains Town Council meeting convened Tuesday evening with a full agenda, covering items from new subdivisions to the controversial decay ordinance.