The Whitehall Ledger - Serving Southern Jefferson County in the Great State of Montana

Whitehall shines bright on ACT test

Four years ago, the Whitehall High School junior class ranked 99th in the state for ACT composite test scores. The results of testing completed in 2017 show Whitehall has witnessed astonishing growth -- with their scores now ranking sixth out of...

Nieskens named Dole Foundation Fellow

Cardwell resident and Whitehall High School Principal Hannah Nieskens was recently selected by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to serve as a 2018 Dole Caregiver Fellow. Nieskens is among 27 other...

Town discusses cemetery project

The Whitehall Public Works Department has been busy making improvements to the town cemetery. At the Town Council meeting last week, Public Works Director Kory Klapan reported his department has been working on the entryway into the cemetery. He...

4 seniors raising money for Class B All-Star game

During their four years as members of the Whitehall High School football, seniors Wyatt Alexander, Braden Smith, Dawson Hoerauf and Kayden Howser worked hard to achieve success on the field -- and it ...

Season ends for Trojans

The season has come to an end for the Whitehall High School boys basketball team. Entering the 5B District Tournament as the three seed, the Trojans won two of their first three games before losing...

Lady Trojans battle hard at District Tournament

While they may not have come away with a victory at last week's 5B District Tournament in Belgrade, the Whitehall High School girls basketball team showed plenty of promise for the future with two...

COLUMN: Not so Happy Meal

When I was a little kid it was always a big deal when my Grandma Smith would take all of the grandkids to McDonalds. It was a special time with a special woman who always made sure we had McDonalds...

EDITORIAL: Plenty of people looking at the local paper

As a publisher, people will often times ask me about the current state of the newspaper business and their relevance in todays society. I will certainly admit that large publications in metropolitan areas have been struggling and many of them have...

JVSA Banquet tickets on sale

Not only will local residents have the chance for a little fun next month at the Whitehall community Center, they will also be giving back to a worthwhile cause. Tickets are currently being sold for...

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Because of howling winds, blowing snow and frigid temperatures, the Cardwell School Board agreed to cancel school on Monday, President's Day. That is a very rare happening. As a result, the Live Wax...

John S. Uivary

John was born November 2nd, 1928 in Northampton PA to Theresa and Andrew Uivary. He graduated from Northampton High School in 1946 and served in the Air Force from 1948 -1952. He attended Penn State...

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