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Articles from the March 3, 2021 edition

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Lady Trojans Take 2nd at Districts with Nail Biting Double OT Game

Saturday's Lady Trojan basketball game pitted the #2 seeded Trojans against the #1 seeded Sweet Grass Lady Herders in an exciting matchup that kept the crowd at the edge of their seats the entire...

 

Trojans Play with Heart But Miss Title Games

Trojan Boys Basketball traveled to Townsend on February 26th to take on the Bulldogs. Unfortunately Whitehall lost the game by a score of 38-45....

 
 By Steven Sacry    Sports    March 3, 2021

Trojan Boys Wrestling Team Place 2nd at Divisionals - On to State for 8

This year the Montana High School Association decided to have two super divisions for wrestling instead of the usual four. The western division included 24 schools and, as this was the first...

 

Reed's Animal Rescue Closing in Whitehall

As of March 1, 2021, Reed’s Animal Rescue in Whitehall will no longer be accepting rescued animals. After more than ten years as an in-home rescue, Patti and Jerry Reed decided the rescue is no longer viable financially. “We love what we do, but...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Cope & Hody's Auto Works Opened During Pandemic

When it's time to make your dreams come true, you take the bull by the horns and make it happen. However, you don't expect a global pandemic to start practically the day after you sign on the dotted...

 

Ah....The Whitehall Rumor Mill

What would we do without gossip and rumors? Hmmm...life would probably be a lot less dramatic, the news would be a bit more reliable, but life might also be a bit boring. Don’t get me wrong, I love gossip magazines, reality television and that...

 
 By Geri Dorvall    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Dear Editor: Geri Dorvall Responds

Dear Editor, July 24, 2018: Trump quote “Just remember what you are seeing and what you are reading is not what is happening – just stick with us, don’t believe the crap you see from these people, the fake news.” Most of my information about...

 
 By Barb Reiter    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Dear Editor: Our Health Department is Super

Dear Editor, We have a super Health Department - aren’t we lucky? I wish to add my voice to all those who have expressed gratitude to the Jefferson County Health Department for their tireless efforts to keep us all safe during this COVID pandemic....

 
 By Kelly Hencz    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Dear Editor: Kelly Hencz Responds to County Health Volunteer

Dear Editor, This is in response to the letter from the volunteer, Jefferson County Health Clinic, from the February 24, 2021 issue. After reading this letter, my first thought was, “why is this volunteer afraid to state their name?” Was it...

 

Liberty Place Art Displayed at Borden Building

Just as March brought in sunnier and warmer days, Liberty Place brought color and culture to the Borden’s Historic Building in Whitehall. The art display features sixteen photos and twenty six...

 

Connecting Point: The Joy Beyond Sorrow

“Great is your faithfulness…Lord,” is the most known verse in the book of Lamentations. Throughout church history hymns and choruses have been born out of it. I suspect you’ve sung along with one recently. The background, its context, is unbe...

 

Ron Wilkinson, 77

Ronald A. Wilkinson, 77, of Cardwell, Montana passed away February 23rd in Butte, with his wife and daughter at his bedside. Ron was born to Roy and Elva Wilkinson on September 25th, 1943 at the...

 

Lawrence McCaffery, 73

Lawrence (Larry) McCaffery passed away February 10, 2021 with his wife, Janelle, of 15 years by his side at St. James Hospital in comfort care. Larry was born July 6, 1947 to Marion and Jack McCaffery...

 

Russ Sorensen, 74

Sidney native and Butte resident, Russ Sorensen (74) passed away quietly at home, February 22, 2021 from cancer. Born in Sidney, MT on December 11, 1946 to Leslie and Jewel Gabrielson Sorensen, Russ b...

 

Between the Stacks: March 3, 2021

We have had a little change of plans for the Flower workshops due to scheduling conflicts. It is now on March 20th and Emily Dickerson from Lewis & Clark Caverns, will be sharing “Flower Pressing and Crafts” at 9:30 a.m. for adults and then a...

 
 By Jo    Opinion    March 3, 2021

Dear Jo: March 3, 2021

Dear Jo, Great paper again this week – I love reading it. My favorite person in the world is Patricia Ann DeBack, I call her “Mom”. She always tells me to make sure I wear clean underwear in case I get into an accident. My second favorite...

 

Love Inc. Whitehall Needs Your Support

At the annual Pastor Appreciation luncheon held by Love Inc. last week, the non-profit Christian based community support group asked for more involvement from churches and volunteers from any area of the community. The group, which offers...

 
 By Montana FWP    Community    March 3, 2021

Licensing Reminder: Residency Requirements for Active Duty Military

Active duty military members and their dependents, which generally include members of the regular armed forces of the United States, and members of the armed forces of a foreign government attached to the regular armed forces of the U.S., are...

 
 By Montana FWP    Community    March 3, 2021

Management Hunt Sheds Light on CWD Presence in SW Montana

More than 300 samples were collected for chronic wasting disease testing during a recent CWD management hunt for white-tailed deer in southwest Montana. The hunt, which lasted from Dec. 15 through Feb. 15, was implemented to reduce densities of...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: February 29, 1996

FEBRUARY 29, 1996 The Whitehall of 2010 should be different from the current Whitehall in some ways, but in many significant ways it should remain a lot the same, even bringing back some of the community events which were treasured in the past but...

 
 By SW Airlines    Business    March 3, 2021

Southwest Airlines to Bring New Flights to Bozeman in May

Southwest Airlines Co. announced on February 25 the flexibility and value of Southwest Airlines® now benefits both visitors and hometown travelers booking late spring and summer travel to Destin–Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) in Florida and...

 

Engagement: Noyes & Melton

Colton Noyes and Mesquite Melton are excited to announce their engagement and upcoming June wedding. Both Colton and Mesquite graduated from Whitehall High School in 2017. Colton received his degree...

 

Jefferson River Draft Floodplain Maps Available for Review

Draft floodplain maps are now available from a large-scale, multi-county project to conduct flood studies on portions of the Jefferson, Madison, Beaverhead, Ruby, and South Boulder Rivers, and Indian and Mill Creeks. Jefferson, Madison, Gallatin and...

 

St. James Healthcare and Helmsley Charitable Trust Partner to Improve Cardiovascular Care in SW MT

St. James Healthcare is honored to announce the opening of the newly completed two-lab cardiac catheterization suite, thanks in large part to a $4.68 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. The new cardiac...

 

Red Cross Calls for Health Blood Donors Following Severe Weather

Following record-breaking cold and winter storms that forced the cancellation of more than 10,000 blood and platelet donations in parts of the U.S. in February, the American Red Cross is urging healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood,...

 

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