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 By KRISTINE ERINN    News    May 4, 2022

Kristine Erinn Presents Writing Class This May

For the month of May, come to Settings by All Things Montana (11 North Main Street) on Wednesdays from 7 PM-8 PM to learn how to write your own story and so much more. You will learn skills from...

 

Hello and Welcome, 2022

Thank you for sticking it out with me this first year as I write for the Whitehall Ledger. I have heard nothing but compliments and excitement for my articles. I highly appreciate all of the support! I never thought I would be writing for any paper,...

 

Thanksgiving Thanks

Hello readers! Please accept my apologies for another week without a Name to a Face article. This has been a very active little town this past week, and I am so blessed and honored to be a part of...

 

Name to a Face: Tom Harrington

Where have you seen Tom Harrington? The real question may be where haven't you seen him? He is behind the scenes of most Veterans and American Legion projects, front and center when it comes to...

 

Spooky Spectaculars for Your Haunted Season

Ready for a few more flicks to help get you in the haunted magical mood for Halloween? With this being the final installment of these frightful suggestions, the Editor of the Ledger has also chimed...

 

Name to a Face: Jim Buterbaugh

You've seen Jim Buterbaugh all over town, we're sure: he's active with the Whitehall Community Center and the Veterans, he's at the Cardwell School maintaining the building often, he's one of the...

 

Name to a Face: Dana Brunet

Where might you know Dana Brunet from? She's the smiling face behind the deli counter at the Peppertree. She's the helping hand who gave you a tow a few years back when your vehicle broke down. She's...

 

Spooky Spectaculars for Your Haunted Season

Ready for a few more flicks to help get you in the haunted magical mood for Halloween? TWITCHES: Twitches is a Disney classic which should be on everyone’s list of MUST-SEE Halloween specials. Twitches and Twitches Two are hilarious and fun...

 

Spooky Spectaculars for Your Haunted Season

Ready for a few more flicks to help get you in the haunted magical mood for Halloween? THE WORST WITCH: A modern day family comedy, this is a fun light-hearted show for all ages. About a little witch...

 

Name to a Face: Bruce Denny - Fencing and Family Man

Bruce Denny began his time in this world June 3, 1941 in Laurin, Montana and made quite the entrance when he arrived. Thought to be stillborn, and with attendants dealing with his mother's already...

 

Spooky Spectaculars for Your Haunted Season

It’s that time of year where you’re itching to get out the pumpkins to carve, candy to scarf and find tricks to play. It is only the first week in October however and some might feel it’s too soon to bring out the cobwebs, potion bottles, and...

 

Name to a Face: Colton Anderson

Colton Anderson is the man behind the scenes, quite literally. While you may not know his face, you've enjoyed his work. As the owner of the Star Theatre, Anderson works to bring in the latest in...

 
 By Kristine Erinn    News    August 11, 2021

Name to a Face: Whitehall Schools Lunch Staff

DONNA CASTANON Donna Castanon is the dishwasher for the kitchen; she has worked for Whitehall Schools for six years. Outside of work, she loves to do paper crafting when she gets a chance. She...

 
 By Kristine Erinn    News    August 4, 2021

Name to a Face: Meet the Whitehall School Custodial Staff

SCOTT PREVOST: Scott Prevost is the Maintenance Supervisor and has been at the Whitehall school for two months. When he's not working, he likes to hunt and fish. He loves to see the little kids who...

 

Creating Fiction for History: April and June

From a distance, these two little girls look like sisters. In reality, April and June were the best of friends. Born to well-off families, April and June lived right next to one another. They grew up...

 

Creating Fiction from History

Elizabeth was a gentle young woman who lived in town. She took care of her aging father who had run the bank for thirty years. He had lost function in both his legs and now Henry was bound to his...

 

Name to a Face: Dan Hagerty

Dan Hagerty is a Montanan through and through. Born in Colbon, where his family has been for generations, he grew up in Jefferson County, attending school at Clancy Elementary and Jefferson High...

 

Creating Fiction from History: Railroad Wreck

It was a load crash. Only a few people had heard it at the time because, well, there were not a lot of people around. Old Jimmy Hennson and his two sons rushed out of their little farmhouse across...

 

America: Home of the Brave

Dear Readers, thank you for all your support and patience. It has been a long week and I fear I must disappoint you all with another week without a Name to the Face article. Emotionally it has been a...

 

Name to a Face: To the Lost Ones

Bob Casagrande was a family friend of the author, whom she had known since her birth. His passing this week hit her hard, but she took the picture at right just a few moments after learning he was...

 

Name to a Face: Joey Grisafe

Joey Grisafe may have been born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, but he is a Montana boy at heart. The second oldest of ten children, Joey's family values have transferred with him to Whitehall. Joey's love...

 

Name to a Face: Julie Kieckbusch - A Fan Favorite

Editor's Note: This year the Whitehall School District is losing several well-known and loved staff. For the next few weeks the Name to a Face column will be dedicated to those who will no longer be...

 

Name to a Face: Holly Harper

Editor's Note: This year the Whitehall School District is losing several well-known and loved staff. For the next few weeks the Name to a Face column will be dedicated to those who will no longer be...

 

Name to a Face: Merri Van Ausdol

Editor's Note: This year the Whitehall School District is losing several well-known and loved staff. For the next few weeks the Name to a Face column will be dedicated to those who will no longer be...

 
 By Kristine Erinn    News    May 19, 2021

Name to a Face: Diane Larsen - Kid/Teacher Wrangler

Editor's Note: This year the Whitehall School District is losing several well-known and loved staff. For the next few weeks the Name to a Face column will be dedicated to those who will no longer be...

 

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