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Whitehall Christmas Stroll brings the fun

The 2017 Whitehall Christmas Stroll was a hit for all ages with a variety of activities. The popular annual event included a Christmas market with vendors, a visit from Santa, the Saddle Club Wreath...

 

Veterans thank schools

In November, schools in Cardwell and Whitehall once again stepped up to the plate for the community with the annual Veteran's Day Program. Local Veterans thanked the schools for their programs last...

 

Chamber recognizes members

At their annual meeting last week, the Whitehall Chamber recognized one business and two individuals for their outstanding service and commitment to the local community. The Chamber Business of the...

 

Christmas Stroll Saturday in Whitehall

It's once again time for the Whitehall Christmas Stroll. The annual event will take place Saturday, December 9 with a variety of events downtown. The day will kickoff at 9 a.m. with the Jefferson Valley Fine Arts Show at the Borden's Building. The 20...

 

KneeJürk! ready to rock local crowd

The Hot Buttered Holidays Stroll Tour is making its way to Whitehall with a December 9 performance by the band "KneeJürk!". The two-piece band featuring Jock Holmes of Cardwell and Russ Nelson of...

 

Fundraiser a huge success

A Toys for Tots fundraiser conducted by the Star Theater and Whitehall High School drama students was a huge success. The fundraiser that included four screenings of the film "Walking Out", and two...

 

Madrigal Dinner returns next month

The biennial Whitehall High School Madrigal Dinner will return in 2017 with a fun night for both students and local residents. The event will take place December 18 and 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the Whitehall High School Multi Purpose Room. The admission...

 

Memories of Cardwell

(re-written from original article by Roy Millegan) The lower end of the North Boulder valley was a long way from stores back in the 1860s and 70s. Settlers had to travel long distances, sometimes to Pony or Boulder, and ford one of several rivers...

 

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...

 

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 d...

 

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 Madison-Jefferson County Ag and 4-H Program Assistant. How...

 

High school play next week

The annual Whitehall High School fall play will have a very different venue in 2017. The performance of "Over the River and Through the Woods" will take place Monday, November 20 and Tuesday,...

 

Harvest Dinner Friday, November 17

The LDS Church Harvest Dinner is scheduled for Friday, November 17. The popular annual event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the church located at Mormon Lane and Yellowstone in Whitehall. The meal is a Thanksgiving Dinner with all the...

 

Students honor Veterans

Local students did an amazing job last week hosting Veteran's Day programs in both Whitehall and Cardwell. The Whitehall program began with an introduction from U.S. Army Sgt. First Class Jeremy...

 

Chamber recognizing members

The Whitehall Chamber would like to congratulate its members for reaching anniversary years of membership. Members reach the Entrepreneur designation when they have been members of the Chamber for five years. Five members reached the first...

 

Gingerbread House contest added to stroll

A new event the 2017 Whitehall Christmas Stroll should be a crowd pleaser for the entire family. A Gingerbread House Contest is scheduled to take place at the event scheduled for December 9. The contest will include an adult division (17 and up),...

 

iStation Man Congratulates Outstanding Local Students

At the November 8th Trojan Rally, Whitehall Schools' Superintendent John Sullivan dons the cape of "iStation Man" to help celebrate the success of the K-5 Whitehall Trojans. iStation is a new tool in the school district's arsenal of instructional...

 

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 d... Full story

 

Theater, WHS hosting events

After a successful inaugural “Toys for Tots” charity event in 2016, Star Theater Manager Colton Anderson has high hopes for 2017. The 2017 event will be a combined effort between the theater and Whitehall High School. From Friday, November 17 to...

 

WHY Whitehall?

How did you end up in Whitehall? My wife Betty, and I were living in Butte where I worked for Montana Power. We were looking for a bit more elbow room and a climate where the growing season was long e...

 

Kountz Cattle Drive: A family tradition

Recently my family moved over 600 head of cattle on their fall cattle drive. We go from Elk Park to Pipestone, MT. It is a long ways. There are more than 60 miles in the entire cattle drive. We ride almost ten miles a day. Ten to fifteen horseback... Full story

 

LaHood Park hosting special event

"It's all good at LaHood" has become a common expression heard throughout the Lower Jefferson Valley. Over the past several decades, the LaHood Park Steakhouse has not only become synonymous with quality dining for local residents, it has also...

 

Legends giving back to community

Starting November 1, Legends Bar and Grill in Whitehall will be giving back to the local community. The business located at 13 W. Legion will be implementing a community outreach program with the first recipient being the Whitehall Volunteer Fire...

 

Franich art exhibit opens

The historic Boulder Hot Springs has invited local resident Michele Franich to exhibit her art from November 1, 2017 to mid-January next year. An open house reception will take place November 12 from Noon to 2 p.m. in the dining hall. Franich was...

 

WHY Whitehall?

How did you end up in Whitehall? Whitehall has been a second home to me my entire life. My Mom (Jean Kountz Stearns) was raised here and our Harlowton family visited relatives here every Christmas...

 

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