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Articles from the April 18, 2018 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 18, 2018

Mayor airs post meeting concerns

Whitehall Mayor Mary Janacaro-Hensleigh took a strong stance last week to defend local residents who choose to voice their opinions during Council meetings or public hearings. During her monthly report at the April 9 meeting, Janacaro Hensleigh said...

 

High School play next week

Whitehall High School students have been busy preparing for their upcoming spring play. The performance of "See How They Run" by Phillip King is scheduled for April 26 and 27 at 7 p.m. The...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    April 18, 2018

Darling visits CTAC meeting

Since its inception, the Community Transition Advisory Committee has given community officials a chance to not only learn a little bit more about the Barrick Golden Sunlight Mine near Whitehall, it has also awarded them the opportunity to give feedba...

 

EDITORIAL: Earth Day Event Big For Caverns

The Lewis and Clark Caverns located 13 miles south of Whitehall is not only a popular destination for thousands of tourists each season, the park is also a premier location for locals who utilize the area for bird watching, hiking, mountain biking...

 

COLUMN: Trash in the middle of nowhere

I grew up in an area that much like Montana had many open spaces to explore. I was lucky enough to have two of my houses growing up that were by "desert" like locations and I could spend hours on my bike and always find a new dirt road or something...

 
 By STAFF REPORT    Sports    April 18, 2018

Trojan trio excels at Poplar Invite

Last week's Poplar Invitational in Great Falls was a win-win for the Whitehall High School tennis team. After their Thursday match in Boulder was cancelled, the Lady Trojans were not only able to get...

 

Bob Magart running for board

1. Could you please give a little bit about your background and why you chose to run for school board? The son of a miner-logger and farm girl, one of six, second youngest, I started my professional life as a high school teacher. Ten years in that...

 

Ossello seeks third term

1. Could you please give a little bit about your background and why you chose to run for school board? My husband and I have lived in Whitehall for 21 years and we have 3 children that go to school in Whitehall. Our son is in HS, our middle daughter...

 

Scott Prevost files for trustee position

1. Could you please give a little bit about your background and why you chose to run for school board? I was self-employed as a general contractor in residential construction. I chose to end that business to spend more time with my family. I...

 

Whitehall qualifies 11 for State Music Festival

A total of 11 Whitehall High School band and choir students will be moving on to next months State Music Festival in Helena. The students qualified at last week's District Music Festival in Anaconda. The Women's Ensemble of Isabo Brookins, Bailee...

 

Garden Club has special guest

Todd Breitenfeldt gave an excellent and informative lecture to the Whitehall Garden Club about the biological control (bugs/insects) of weeds. Todd told the Garden Club that noxious weeds are the...

 

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