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

Articles from the January 2, 2019 edition

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Briggs selected to prestigious game

In a yearly tradition, the Montana East West Shrine Bowl rosters are announced at Midnight on Christmas. As has been the case in the recent years, Whitehall once again had a football player named to... Full story

 By Timothy Pierce    News    January 2, 2019

Montana Legislators look to learn from past infrastructure failures

Republicans and Democrats agree funding critical infrastructure needs is important, but if the last two legislative sessions are any indication, that is where the agreement ends. Both times efforts to pass a major infrastructure investment bill...

 By PAUL HAMBY    News    January 2, 2019

Lawmakers look to monitor opioids, expand treatment

Montana's top prosecutor says he wants the 2019 Legislature to combat addiction to prescription opioids and expand on a policy of treatment rather than incarceration for drug offenders. Republican Attorney General Tim Fox said his office would...


Column: Christmas Eve

With Christmas falling on a Tuesday in 2018, I really needed to be on top of things so that I could have the newspaper sent to the printer by early on Christmas Eve. On a normal week, I will usually have the pages ready to go by early Tuesday...


Calvin D. Burrows

Calvin D. Burrows, age 87, formerly of Whitehall died December 23, 2018 at Butte, Montana. Calvin was born January 5, 1931 at Colorado Springs, Colorado to John and Ada (Fletcher) Burrows. He was raised in Ivy Wild, Colorado and graduated from high...

 By CAITLYN PATEL    News    January 2, 2019

Armed with pilot project success, Bullock renews call for preschool program

Gov. Steve Bullock is once again proposing Montana launch a state-funded preschool program for those who cannot afford private pre-kindergarten programs for their children. The governor included a $30 million grant program to support high-quality...


Lady Trojans move to 7-0 in dominating fashion

While it had been 12 days since their last game, there were no signs of rust Thursday night for the Whitehall High School girls basketball team. The Lady Trojans dominated the first quarter... Full story


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