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

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Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: May 2, 1996

MAY 2, 1996 What should Whitehall be in the year 2010? What can Whitehall residents do to guide the community in that direction and steer clear of undesirable changes? Those questions are the focus of a project called Vision 2010 which has been...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - April 25, 1996

How often does a barbershop quartet stroll through Whitehall these days? Whitehall area residents will have a chance to enjoy the four-part harmonies at an April 27 concert while also raising money for the local school music program. “The Chord...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years (April 18, 1996)

APRIL 18, 1996 More than two dozen Whitehall area residents will mount up Wednesday, April 24, for Donkey Basketball sponsored by the W-Club. The 7 p.m. event should provide plenty of laughs as four teams of students, teachers and others try to win...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years

Greg and DeAndra Parks of Whitehall have been chosen by the Jefferson Valley Habitat for Humanity (JVHFH) as the second family to receive a Habitat for Humanity home. The first home, built for and with Bill and Margaret Carhuff, was completed in...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years

Producers will have only one opportunity to enroll in the commodity-related provisions of the “Agricultural Improvement and Reform Act,” which is expected to be signed into law this week. . . . This bill, which provides farm payments through the...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - 3/28/1996

MARCH 28, 1996 Sidewalks were the main topic when the Whitehall Business Assoc. held its regular monthly meeting March 21. WBA President Wally Madsen explained that the town council has obtained a $10,000 grant which it plans to use to repair sidewal...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - March 21, 1996

MARCH 21, 1996 After many hours of hard work by local residents, Whitehall has been re-named as a “Certified Community” by the state Department of Commerce. The designation, good for three years, entitles the community to be listed in...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - 3/14/1996

MARCH 14, 1996 A 36-space seasonal recreational vehicle park at the Cardwell Store received a recommendation for approval from the Jefferson County Planning Board March 6. The matter now goes to the County Commission where approval is expected soon....

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years

MARCH 7, 1996 A Subway sandwich shop is slated to open in the Whitehall Town Pump in about 6 weeks, Subway Development Agent for Montana and Wyoming Nick Lombardi said recently. The shop, which will share seating with the existing Town Pump restauran...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: February 29, 1996

FEBRUARY 29, 1996 The Whitehall of 2010 should be different from the current Whitehall in some ways, but in many significant ways it should remain a lot the same, even bringing back some of the community events which were treasured in the past but...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - February 22, 1996

FEBRUARY 22, 1996 The word at the Whitehall Business Association meeting Thursday was “growth.” Held Feb. 15, the day after Butte announced that a new silicon processing plant would be coming to that city, the WBA meeting was filled with discussi...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years - February 15, 1996

FEBRUARY 15, 1996 It looks as if it will be possible to reconstruct the Whitetail road mostly within the existing right of way, Commissioner Leonard Wortman said during Thursday’s regular county commission meeting. It may be necessary to go ten or...

 

Ledger: Looking Back 25 Years

Gail and Topper Giono were recognized Monday morning to 15 years of service to the Deerlodge National Forest above and beyond the call of duty. Topper is a deputy of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and his wife Gail is the Whitehall area...

 

Keeping tradition and the arts alive in Montana

The fourth annual Fiber Fest held at the Copper K Barn outside of Whitehall on July 18 and 19 got off the ground through the sheer determination of founders Kami Noyes and Betty Kujawa. Kami stated...

 

Abundant Energy A Few Steps Away

Are you fed up with fatigue and want your life back? This was the challenge thrown out by Bethel Wagner at her Sept. 5th workshop. Wagner who stated that she has always been interested in health relat...

 

Local Rotarians celebrate common goals at annual picnic

Celebrating 85 years of working together to make a better world, the District 5390 Rotary Club of Whitehall held their annual picnic at the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park Pavilion on Monday,...

 

Celebrating 70 years of geological field studies at IU field station

Approximately 125 alumni returned to the Indiana University Geological Field Station in the Tobacco Root Mountains to celebrate 70 years of exploring this diverse geological site. In 1948 Charles...

 

Past and present come to life at Jefferson Valley Museum

They came from Canada, New Zealand, Washington, Idaho, Florida, Tennessee and many towns within the Great State of Montana to learn the stories of this historic area and to catch up on the “good...

 

JV Fine arts show brings glitter and glamour to Frontier Days

A desire to bring the local artists together and furnish a place where they could work and paint their visions, led to the creation of the "Painters In The Potting Shed." (PIPS) Janet Chapman...

 

'Changes" From Out of the Darkness' Promises A Light at the End of the Tunnel

“I’d be in this great mood and then, at the snap of a finger, it just rains all over your parade. But rain it also cleanses, it washes everything clean. You can start all over and make things...

 

A summer season to celebrate the past

How did Whitehall come by its name? Who owned the first car in Whitehall? Who was the first woman elected to the National Congress who also taught school in Whitehall? These and many other questions...

 

Madison County Fair continues a long run

"I pledge my head to clearer thinking; my heart to greater loyalty; my hands to larger service and my health to better living for my club, my community, my country and my world." This pledge is that...

 

In the eye of the artist: A moment captured in time

In 2015 Michele Franich and Kerry Kraha launched a dream of a Community Art Show and the first two person show was held. Soon Michelle Tebay was added to the roster which grew rapidly to 30 artists...

 

"Love's Labour's Lost entertains Whitehall

Dear gentle and kindly citizens of the township of Whitehall gather round for I have a tale to tell of vows and scheming and cunning and love. T'was a mellow day the day of the 28th of July when the...

 

Exploring the diversity of the Tobacco Root Mountains

Forty-one students from thirty different schools across the United States are taking part in the current Indiana University's summer Geology course, explained Bruce Douglas, the Academic Director....

 

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