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Articles from the March 6, 2019 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 6, 2019

Weather a challenge in Whitehall area

Large amounts of snow last week and temperatures well below zero Monday and Tuesday have been quite the nuisance for residents in the Whitehall area. The winter weather has created problems for the...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    March 6, 2019

Trustees to discuss expulsion of student

The Whitehall School Board of Trustees will decide tonight on the possible expulsion of a student who brought an unloaded handgun to the high school. School officials announced February 26 that students reported that another student had brought a...

 

Roger Paxson Holmes

Roger Paxson Holmes, 100, son of Joseph and Ella J. (Paxson) Holmes, and beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather passed away February 23, 2019 in the early morning at his home in Helena. Roger had three sisters, Ruth Holmes...

 

Charles Henry Hale Jr

Charles Henry Hale Jr. passed away Thursday Feb. 28 at the Genesis Healthcare in Butte at the age of 90. Charles (Chuck) was born to Charles Henry Hale Sr. and Nellie Faye Gleason in Sturgis, SD on July 12, 1928. Chuck and his family moved to...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    March 6, 2019

Column: Storm People

When a severe winter storm hit recently, I didn't think it would stick around for nearly a week. I'm over the freezing cold, horrible roads, snow everywhere, crappy drivers and everything else that has to do with winter. For the first time I really...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    March 6, 2019

Future bright for Whitehall basketball

Throughout the 2018-19 season, the underclassmen on the Whitehall High School boys basketball team showed a great deal of promise. The Trojans will return three starters next year in Hayden Hoagland,...

 
 By Shaylee Ragar    News    March 6, 2019

Profile: Rep. Kimberly Dudik Brings Legislative 'Street Smarts' and Piles of Bills, on Topics From Child Protection to Taxes, to Montana House

On a Friday during the 66th Montana Legislature, Rep. Kimberly Dudik, D-Missoula, joked on Twitter she might need to clone herself. But, in reality, it may have come in handy. That morning, Dudik had five bills scheduled for hearings in three... Full story

 

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