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 By Elizabeth Pullman    News    May 5, 2021 

Whitehall Ledger to Start Fundraising for Signs

After much response from the Ledger editorial on the traffic and rates of speed which many vehicles are traveling on Legion Avenue, as well as Whitehall Street, The Ledger is looking to make a...

 

We Are HER Seeking Donations to 'GIVE BIG'

Give Big Gallatin Valley, the largest giving day in the State of Montana, is a 24-hour celebration of giving that supports more than 200 nonprofits throughout the area. In just six years, donors have raised nearly $6 million for important local...

 
 By Elizabeth Pullman    Sports    May 5, 2021 

Beautiful Weather for Mossy Rock Bike Trials in Pipestone

Over 40 competitors of all ages and experience levels converged upon Jim & Carrin Alley's property in Pipestone to display their balance skills. This is the fourth year the trials have been held...

 
 By Elizabeth Pullman    News    May 5, 2021 

Talent Showcase Fundraiser Saturday

A Talent Showcase Fundraiser for Kelly Jo Elser and Lily Jensen's trip to ARTS Orlando 2021 will be held at the Madison County Fairgrounds Round Bar in Twin Bridges on May 8th. All proceeds will go...

 

Mossy Rock Trials This Weekend

An exciting off-road motorcycle event is happening this weekend at Pipestone! The Mossy Rock Trials will begin at 10am with classes including novice, amateur, intermediate, advanced, expert &...

 

Editorial: Heading Back to "Normal"...

It’s really exciting to see so many events coming up in the next few weeks. Dare I say it? Could we be headed back to “normal”? Honestly, I don’t think things will ever return to what they were pre-March 2020. But in many ways, I don’t...

 

Beats & Eats Kicking Off May 8th

After a year of silence due to COVID-19, Beats & Eats is ready to rock your socks off with live music, vendors, local food and more, beginning May 8th. Other dates include June 26, Frontier Days, and dates to be announced in August and September. The...

 

Monday Sickness Creates Havoc

As a new business owner with no employees in office, I had always wondered what would happen should I fall sick on a Monday or Tuesday when the paper needed to get out to the printers. And this week I, unfortunately, found out. Monday morning my son...

 

5000 Miles, 5000 Mustangs Starts Route Planning

Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear are currently making their way across the United States, plotting their course for this Fall's upcoming "5000 Miles, 5000 Mustangs" on the American Discovery Trail....

 

Budget Resolution A Start on Money Misappropriation at Town

It has been a rough Spring for the Town of Whitehall, with much scrutiny by the townspeople in regard to the misappropriation of earmarked funds being discovered earlier this year after. However, a budget resolution brought to the public and the Town...

 

Editorial: Assumptions Are No Good For Anyone

My editorial this week is in response to the letter below, commenting on my previous editorial from two weeks ago “Holy Cow, Slow Down!” As the author of the letter to the Editor did not sign their note, I can only address it here, in public. We...

 

Flynn Closes Out Cross Country Career Happy

"Just before the race the emotion set in as I realized that this was the last cross country race I would ever run as a Blue Hawk. There were tears in my eyes as I stepped up to the line knowing that...

 

'Importance' Streaming This Thursday & Friday

The cast of Whitehall High School's production of the Importance of Being Earnest is wrapping up dress rehearsals and is excited to present their production to the community, via streaming, on April...

 

Hippity Hoppity, Hippity Hoppity! The Easter Bunny Was Here!

Over a hundred children ages 0-6 participated in the Whitehall Chamber's Easter Eggs-travaganza Egg Hunt on the Main Street Green this past Saturday. Participants found hundreds of eggs scattered...

 

Volunteers Make the World Go 'Round

This past weekend while working on the Whitehall Chamber’s Easter Egg and Scavenger Hunt, I had many people ask how they can get more involved. Such a great question! The need for volunteers gets greater and greater each year with new events...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Treasure State Truck & Auto Repair Opens in Whitehall

Treasure State Truck & Auto Repair's construction is nearly complete and the newest business on Legion Avenue is open for customers. Owner Ryan Strozzi, of Whitehall, is also the owner of...

 

Flynn Competing in National Cross Country Meet This Weekend

Whitehall High School alumni Hunter Flynn is preparing for a weekend to remember! Flynn qualified individually for the National Cross Country Meet by placing at the North Star Conference Cross...

 

JLDC Preparing the Community for the Future of Meetings

With COVID-19 came working remotely, with little to no in-person contact. Zoom and other video meeting apps have become a way to communicate not only in the business setting, but in the personal...

 

Eggs-travaganza & Scavenger Hunt Saturday

Bring the little ones, bring the big ones, bring the "kids" of all ages out to the Easter Eggs-travaganza Easter Egg Hunt and Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, April 3rd. The fun begins at 1 p.m. for those...

 

Holy Cow - Slow Down!

Something has got to be done about the speeding on Legion Avenue. There has got to be some creative ideas out there that will make the semis slow down and still appease the Montana DOT by keeping Legion Ave a functional part of the highway system. Tw...

 

Do You Know Who Drew These Adorable Critters?

Several weeks ago Shirley Baustian received an envelope with the below artwork in it. The envelope was mailed from the Whitehall Post Office to Baustian's PO Box. No name was given, nor a return addre...

 

New Program Brings Healthcare Direct to Patients

When describing Jefferson County, it's hard not to mention how large and spread out the county is. The county is expansive and lacks several amenities that other counties enjoy - such as a hospital an...

 

Decisions, Decisions...Adulting is Hard

This week has been loaded with decisions, big and small, important and mundane for me. Do I get the COVID-19 shot? Do I dye my hair to cover that little stupid gray strand?’ Should I check my oil today or can I make it one more trip to Bozeman...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Dysfunctional Quilt Shop Not Dysfunctional At All!

When the Dysfunctional Quilt Shop opened nearly fifteen years ago on Sowden Lane in Whitehall, it was a small garage in Chris Proffer's backyard. Now, it is a booming business with an expansion added...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Meadowlark Manor Reopens Its Door to Visitors

At this time last year, the world went into lockdown in fear of COVID-19. We didn't know what the virus could do, would do, or where we would be in a year. For the residents of Meadowlark Manor, it...

 

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