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

Council votes to sell building

At a special meeting Monday night, the Whitehall Town Council approved a resolution to sell the ‘Ambulance Barn’ located at 207 E. Legion. The 4-1 vote came after an hour long public hearing to discuss the sale of the property to Dr. Cory Tebay...

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report

Monday, Nov. 13 4:57 a.m. – mental crisis, 460 Hwy 2 West, Whitehall 2:22 p.m. - keeping the peace, 2 North Whitehall Street, Whitehall 11:53 p.m. - traffic accident/1 vehicle/injury, I-90 eastbound, MM 237, Whitehall 7:53 p.m. – traffic/...

'Pinktober' raises $8,000

During the month of October, Barrick mine sites and offices in the US participated in the company's Pinktober Breast Cancer Awareness initiative benefitting community healthcare providers. Barrick...

Speech team ready for 'fun' 17-18 season

Just days before their first meet of the season last Saturday at Missoula Loyola, members of the Whitehall High School speech team were not only looking forward to competition, they had their sights...

Council upholds suspension

At their regular monthly meeting last week, the Whitehall Town Council voted unanimously to uphold the suspension of member Francine Giono Janik. Janik was put on suspension by the governing body in November of 2016. At last week’s meeting, Mayor...

Cheer team bringing back 'Little Trojans'

The Whitehall High School Cheer Team is bringing back the Little Trojans. The once popular program will return next month, and is open to local kids in grades K-6. A performance is scheduled for the...

Trojans honored at postseason banquet

The Whitehall/Harrison High School football team celebrated one of the best seasons in program history last week with their annual team banquet. The yearly event took a look back at the 9-0 regular...

Column: Plenty to eat

Growing up I really despised when someone would say "broken home". Sure my parents divorced when I was five, but I felt that term was just dirty and really not necessary. I probably took it more...

Editorial: Time for Council Suspension to End

It’s time for the town and Francine Giono-Janik to come together to do what needs to be done to allow her to return from her suspension from the Whitehall Town Council. Janik was elected to serve the residents of Whitehall and she should be...

WHY Whitehall?

The local resident to answer questions for this week's "WHY WHITEHALL" is Katherine Smith. She is currently working for Jefferson County and with Montana State University Extension as the...

Stageline hosting Thanksgiving dinner

Those who are alone or unable to make a dinner on Thanksgiving Day will have a place to enjoy the holiday with a warm meal and a good company. The Whitehall Stageline Pizza is hosting a free of cost...

Chamber lights contest returns

The Whitehall Chamber is inviting local residents to participate in their second annual Christmas Lights Contest. Chamber officials have stated the event is a way of encouraging the entire Whitehall community to decorate and beautify their homes...

Alice K. Barnett

Alice K. Barnett, age 91, formerly of Pony passed away November 12, 2017 at Sheridan, Montana. Alice was born March 20, 1926 at home at Willow Creek, Montana the 6th child in a family of 9 to Raymond and Sarah (Bliler) Beam. She was raised in...

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