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Idaho Restaurant Named One of the Best Hidden Gem Restaurants in America

Nestled in a city that is home to 791 residents, this locally owned restaurant is among an elite list of places worth pulling off major freeways to enjoy!. 24/7 Tempo put together a list of the Best Hidden Gem Restaurant in Every State and the choice for Idaho is in one of our state’s most interesting small towns - Wallace. The once booming silver mining town proclaimed itself the “Center of the Universe” in 2004, because no one could prove that it wasn’t. According to Atlas Obscura, They installed a manhole cover to prove it and designed it to include initials of the towns four main mines that resulted in producing over 1.2 billion dollars in silver.
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Edna Court residents learn more about future of their homes

Seniors living in the Cottages at Edna Court in Superior were anxious to learn about the possible sale of their homes after a meeting with property owners Monday. We first learned about the situation from a viewer email and decided to learn more. Tenants were concerned that they wouldn't have...
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Roadside fountain closed due to bacteria concerns

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... Paradise II, coming to a theater near you soon. Folks from throughout the area who have for decades stopped for a cool drink of water from the Kennedy Creek fountain 2 miles south of Paradise just off Montana 200, were greeted by ominous warning signs and a hastily rigged “fence” around the longtime landmark due to an apparent outbreak of an intestinal malady that Sanders County officials say can be traced to the fountain. “Data indicate the outbreak (of Campylobacter infection) is attributed to consumption of water from the...
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Arrests made following high-speed pursuits

Deputies with the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office were involved in two separate vehicle pursuits last Wednesday that occurred almost at the same time. SCSO Cpt. Jeff Lee explains that the first incident on June 22 kicked off when their office received a call from a witness around 12:34 p.m. saying that they saw a vehicle that had been reportedly stolen out from Spokane.

Miss Montana makes stop at Thompson Falls

Impressive is an understatement when describing the C-47/DC-3 aircraft known as the “Miss Montana.” Its history has been more than impressive. The sight of the gleaming silver bird flying overhead and the thought of what it must have been like when hundreds of the twin-engine mainstays of World War II flew across the English Channel on their way to the beaches above Normandy had to be beyond a simple word. The fact the beloved plane keeps flying and is in good health is also beyond impressive. But the single most “impressive” thing about the Miss Montana is the lasting memories it has come...

Longtime Superior Fire volunteer Ireland retires

In 1982, Robert Ireland was talking to John Jackman who was the Superior Volunteer Fire Chief at that time. Between Ireland's questions and attitude, Jackman recruited him on the spot to become a firefighter, which lasted until June 1 when his helmet badge was retired. “I’ve gone through about 12 different fire chiefs,” Ireland reflected recently. “Volunteers make so many activities possible in a small community like Superior. It is unusual to find someone that continues to serve for 39 years,” said Steve Temple, who is the current fire chief and shared the news about the retirement party that the...

Retired District Ranger reflects on 50 year career on same forest

SUPERIOR, Mont. — It's not often that you will find an employee who spends their entire career working in their own hometown . At the Forest Service, workers often move to and from various locations. But that's not the case with the retired Superior Ranger on the Lolo National...

Veterans honored at Superior picnic

The weather was perfect for a barbecue on Sunday, where a few dozen veterans and their families were guests of honor at the Mineral County Fairgrounds. The presentation of the colors by American Legion Post 13 in St. Regis officially started the day followed by a prayer from Glenn Koepke and the Pledge of Allegiance. Superior Community Outreach president, Mary Jo Berry, said the picnic only happened because of the volunteers of the organization. “Let’s see. Patty (Pickering), Linda (Zimmer), Nancy (Acheson), Glenda (Harris), Gretchen (Webb), Jenni (Tubbs), Tammi (Demien),” as she looked around at the red, white and blue...