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The TFS Community Hall, formerly the Trego Civic Center, will be aiming to serve a new demographic in our community this year: children under the age of 5. This group has long been overlooked, but no doubt plays a vital role in the future of our community; at least, that’s my opinion as a new… Continue reading New Pre-School Resources in Trego
This recipe warms your soul on a cold winter night. Your standard chicken soup with a little twist. Every time I make it I think of warm hugs, snow, and love from Grandma. The amounts of each depend on your taste and how many you plan to serve. Precooked chicken-diced (you can use uncooked but… Continue reading Chicken & Dumplings
I’ve noticed articles about school board activities in different parts of the nation. As I have thought about things, I’m tempted to alter Clauswitz’ quote – “Everything in war is very simple, but the simplest thing is difficult” I came on to Trego’s school board when we had 4 ANB – that’s an abbreviation for… Continue reading Prioritizing School Decisions
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Edward Stahl joined Fred Herrig at Ant Flat in 1904. He shared his stories with folks on the Kaniksu and Kootenai National Forests in the 1950’s. They are available at npshistory.com In the early days, until about 1904, before Ant Flat was designated as a Ranger Station it was a regular camping ground for freighters… Continue reading More Stories About Herrig
Times have changed. In the seventies, I would have been up and out this morning to snowmobile in to Weasel Divide, Stahl Peak, and Grave Creek snow courses, and worked the details out in the evening in a Libby motel room. Now, I can get the data in my kitchen by clicking a link. So… Continue reading Monitoring Snow- the Easy Way
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest -Benjamin Franklin
I recently found myself subject to one of the sleazier marketing schemes, perhaps sales-scheme is more accurate. You receive a package, by mail. Unexpected. You pick it up and there is an item that you definitely didn’t order. Some company that has your address- perhaps one you’ve ordered from in the past. Even though you… Continue reading Came with Invoice- But I Didn’t Order Anything!