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Screams Come True This Weekend

Screams Come True Haunted House and Hay Maze opens this weekend and the event's haunters are fully prepared to keep you screaming all night long! The event, now in its third year, has added an extra...

 

Whitehall Master Plan Meets with Several Dozen Citizens, Begins Brainstorming Process

A crowd of nearly fifty participated in the first public meeting of Whitehall’s Master Plan committee on Wednesday, October 6 at the Whitehall Community Center. Stahly Engineering, of Helena, coordinated the meeting as a brainstorming session as...

 

Pie Auction and More at Fall Festival October 23rd

At the October meeting of the Whitehall Chamber of Commerce, held Thursday, October 7, all things Fall Festival were on the minds of attendees. The Annual Whitehall Fall Festival will be held October...

 

Master Plan Meeting Tonight at 6PM

Whitehall’s Master Plan Meeting will be held tonight, Wednesday, October 6th at 6PM in the Whitehall Community Center. All business owners, residents, and interested individuals are encouraged to attend, as this plan will help guide Whitehall’s...

 

New Faces Needed...

In a small town like Whitehall it is common to see the same faces over and over again. At the grocery store. At the library. At the post office. Small town life at its finest. However, the same faces at every committee meeting - that’s something...

 

New Pastor Brings New Energy to Jefferson Valley Bible Church

John Frankman didn't envision himself being a pastor. After years living in Los Angeles, but working in the Middle East in engineering, construction and property management, Frankman had a calling to...

 

Get Involved in the Community Development Council

The Golden Sunlight Mine has created the new Community Development Council (CDC), spawned off the Whitehall Community Transition Advisory Committee (CTAC) to assist GSM in funding projects for the Whitehall area. Chuck Buus, of Golden Sunlight,...

 

Trojans Upend Anaconda Copperheads 42-0

The Whitehall Trojan's brought home a varsity win against the Anaconda Copperheads on Friday, October 1. The win was a blow-out, 42-0. Offense - Receiving: #3 Nick Denny had 4 catches for 48 yards,...

 

Get Involved in All the Fall Festival Events

Whitehall is the place to be this October! Not only are we already being blessed with beautiful fall colors falling from our trees, but Whitehall’s annual Fall Festival is quickly approaching. This year’s Fall Festival will be held on Saturday,...

 

Thankful for Volunteers of All Kinds

On Wednesday the 22nd, the North side of the Whitehall Community Center once again became the home of Screams Come True Haunted House. It also became the hang out place for volunteers of all ages for the next month. When this venture began in my...

 

Personal Records Recorded at Butte High XC

At the Butte High Cross Country meet, held September 24 at the Highland Golf Course, several Whitehall Trojan runners brought out their personal bests and set new records for themselves to beat at the next meets. Personal records were set by...

 

WHS Trojan Football defeated in Bigfork

The Whitehall Trojans went on the road to Bigfork on September 24, 2021 but unfortunately did not return home with a win. The Trojans, new this year to Class B-West football division, were defeated by Bigfork 54-6. Bigfork currently holds 2nd in the...

 

New Extrication Equipment For Fire Department, Thanks to Monetary Donations

State of the art extrication equipment was purchased by the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department thanks, in large part to a $10,000 donation from the Ladies Auxiliary, which runs the Country Store by...

 

Lady Trojans Help Roberts Family in Time of Need

The Whitehall Lady Trojans found time last Thursday to help a family in need in Three Forks. Three Forks resident Ted Roberts is bravely fighting Glioblastoma Multiform, one of the most aggressive...

 

FOOTBALL RECAP: WHS v Fairfield

The Fairfield Eagles held onto their perfect record with a 22-14 win over the Trojans on Friday, September 17th. Coach Dan Lacey gave a recap of highlights for his Trojans. Miles Hoerauf was 17/32 passing for 208 yards and one interception. Hoerauf...

 

Town Cannot Join JVRAD Without County Action First

At the September Town Council meeting, held on Monday, September 13, Town Clerk and Treasurer Allissa Christensen reported that a ballot question voting to join the Jefferson Valley Ambulance District (JVRAD) could not be placed on the November ballo...

 

Name to a Face: Kristine Erinn

Few people in this day and age are able to make their dreams come true. However, through hard work and perseverance, Kristine Erinn has done just that. She recently self-published her first of many...

 

Continental Divide Hikers Traveling Through

Over the course of the summer, Whitehall has been inundated with both hikers as well as bicyclists. Last Wednesday two of these hikers stopped into the Ledger office to chat. Jim "Just Jim" Cline...

 

Fall Festival Planning Underway for Chamber

During the Whitehall Chamber of Commerce's September meeting, held at the Borden's Conference room on Thursday, September 9th, it was clear that in the month of October Whitehall will be the place to...

 

From CTAC, the Community Development Committee is Born

Born from the Community Transition Advisory Committee (CTAC), which deals with Golden Sunlight Mine's involvement with the Whitehall Community, comes the Community Development Committee (CDC). The...

 

Homecoming Friday Night Lights

The Whitehall Trojans High School Football team celebrated Homecoming this past Friday, but unfortunately was unable to pull out a win for the game against the Townsend Bulldogs. Final score was 44-0...

 

Whitehall Residents "Living" At Bannack September 16-19 During Living History Week

Bannack Living History Week is quickly approaching and Whitehall's Montana History "Live" group is steadily preparing for September 16-19. The event is held at the Bannack State Park, near Dillon....

 

Once in Awhile, I Rant...

Fall is in the air! The nights are cooler, the mornings call for a light sweater, and pumpkin spice EVERYTHING is as far as the eye can see. This also means my craziest, funnest, most loved time of...

 

Whitehall's Montana History "Live" Bringing Bannack Back to Its Glory Days September 16-19

Montana History “Live”, a Whitehall non-profit, prides itself on historically accurate interpretation of time periods, from the 1600s to the late 1800s. Whitehall locals Mark and Sharon Brown...

 

Downey Sweeps MontanaFair in Billings

Thirteen year old Zane Downey took the MontanaFair in Billings by storm, winning three of the most prestigious awards available at the largest of Montana's summer season Junior livestock shows....

 

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