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Cardwell School Named Best Elementary in State

Montana is being flooded with transplants from all over the country looking for small-town, less-stress life. For many locals, this is frustrating because our Montana ways are being forgotten for big...

 

The Healing Spot: Come Get Some Love

Tucked into the backroom of Settings by All Things Montana you will now find The Healing Spot, a tea room and area of overall well-being and happiness orchestrated by Whitehall resident Heidi Lynn....

 

Western Legacy Center Updates President and Members of Montana Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame

The Western Legacy Center (WLC) is off to a strong start in 2023, having closed on the Roberts Building at the end of 2022 and now preparing for demolition and creation of the museum aspect of the...

 

Sustainability Grant Deadline Approaching

The Whitehall Sustainability Committee (WSC), with oversight from Golden Sunlight Mine, was formed in 2022 to help Golden Sunlight rank community projects in the Whitehall area by a local advisory group. The project funding cycle is once again open...

 

Author Signing Event at Western Legacy Center

The Western Legacy Center (WLC), located at 1 Whitetail Road, Whitehall, will hold an Author Signing Night on February 11, 2023, from 5 PM to 7:30 PM. Authors Henrietta Goodman, Kristine Erinn, Janet...

 

What Happened to Last Week's Ledger?

Did you think your paper was a bit off last week? Didn't know that page 1 is followed by 14, 13, 4, then 5? Did you get deja vu reading about the wrestling team? Well, due to a printing error last...

 

Chamber Holds First 2023 Business After Hours, Introduces Goals for Year

Over fifty local business owners and Whitehall residents attended the Whitehall Chamber’s first Business After Hours of 2023, held at the Borden’s conference room on Wednesday, January 12. New Pre...

 

Editorial: Taking Some Travel Time

In 2023 I’m looking forward to some travel with family and friends and yes, that means the office will occasionally be closed. However, I do know those dates and will always put them on the calendar, giving everyone a heads up to when the Ledger...

 

Trojans Topple Bulldogs, Lose Against Hearty Loyola

The Whitehall Lady Trojans took on two strong teams in the past week, first taking on the Townsend Bulldogs on Thursday, January 12. The Trojans defeated the Bulldogs 41-31, a great conference win for...

 

Town Council Updates Rec Complex Bylaws in First Untelevised Meeting of 2023

After a highly commented public work session on Wednesday, January 4, many thought the January Town Council meeting on Monday, January 9 would be crowded as well. However, the room held the standard number of attendees as per usual, though obviously...

 

An Icon Reborn

LaHood Park Restaurant had its grand reopening over the weekend, inviting long-time guests into the rebuilt building to revisit old memories and start new traditions. Owner Phil Lalich said the...

 

23 Best Wishes for 2023

In the January 7, 1998 issue of the Whitehall Ledger, owner Glenn Marx offered up 98 Best Wishes for 1998. What a great idea - and lucky for me, as we enter 2023, I only need to offer 23! 23) Best wishes to the newly elected Jefferson County...

 

Ledger Editor's "Best of 2022" List

BEST TV SHOWS • Wednesday (Netflix) • The Midnight Club (Netflix) BEST MOVIES • Top Gun: Maverick (HBO) • Scream (most platforms) • Smile (most platforms) BEST SONGS • Elle King, “Feelin’ Alright” • Lizzo, “About Damn Time...

 

Whitehall Sustainability Committee Grant Cycle Open

The Whitehall Sustainability Committee (WSC), with oversight from Golden Sunlight Mine, was formed in 2022 to help Golden Sunlight rank community projects in the Whitehall area by a local advisory group. In 2022 the WSC funded $135,000 worth of...

 

Whitehall Chamber's Business After Hours January 12

The 2023 Whitehall Chamber of Commerce year is going to begin with a bang!! The January Business After Hours Chamber Meeting and Membership Drive will be held Thursday, January 12th, 2023, at...

 

Ledger Looking Back: Highlights of 2022

It’s always fun to get a quick recap of the year as it ends. Here is the Whitehall Ledger’s 2022 year at a glance! JANUARY (1/5/2022): Into the Wild Frontier, which features many Whitehall area locals, premiers on the INSP channel in February....

 

Whitehall Chamber's Business After Hours January 12

The 2023 Whitehall Chamber of Commerce year is going to begin with a bang!! The January Business After Hours Chamber Meeting and Membership Drive will be held Thursday, January 12th, 2023, at Borden’s Conference Room. The Board meeting will begin...

 

Trojans Fall to Herders

The Whitehall Lady Trojans lost 67-35 to the Big Timber Sweetgrass Herders on December 20th. Leaders of the game were junior Lindsay Briggs with 14 points, senior Maxine Hoagland with 9, and...

 

The Whitehall Ledger Has Moved to 405 West Legion

After nearly four decades at 15 West Legion, the Whitehall Ledger vacated the space on December 20, 2022, for its new home at 405 West Legion. Where is that? many have already asked. Some know it as the Headstart building, others as the wrestling...

 

Tensions High Regarding Rec Complex

Tensions were high, though everyone kept their cool at the December Town Council meeting, held Monday, December 12 at the Town Hall. Representatives of the Whitehall Saddle Club (WSC) were in the audience, waiting to comment on the Council’s determ...

 

4-Day School Week Survey Results Announced

The hot topic of discussion at the December Whitehall School Board meeting, held Monday, December 13, was the results of the 4-day school week survey. Superintendent Hannah Nieskens presented the following information, collected from the survey,...

 

Mental Health Counseling Available at Bordens

The Mental Health offices at Borden's in Whitehall are finally occupied! Diana C. Smith, a mental health counselor specializing in couples, adults, young adults, teens, and children, has made...

 

2023 Chamber of Commerce Board Announced

The Whitehall Chamber of Commerce held its annual elections meeting on Thursday, December 8 at Bordens Conference Room with a full house in attendance. Once elections were completed, the new board was announced: President Elizabeth Pullman...

 

Sage Wellness Center Open House This Friday, Begins Taking Appointments in January

When an idea comes, sometimes you silence it - other times you mention it to others and realize you have their full support. Such is the case with Sage Wellness Center and Bethel Wagner. "Four years...

 

Whitehall's Christmas Events Begin Next Wednesday, Carry Through Weekend

The holidays are upon us and Whitehall is a bustling place to be in the upcoming weeks! Don’t miss out on all the fun, which begins on Wednesday, the 8th, and leads right up to Christmas and New Years! MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7:...

 

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