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Jefferson County Sheriff's Report: Week of 5/1/2022

SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2022 00:21:59 Suspicious: N Whitehall St 09:32:42 Traffic Stop: W Legion St 09:46:58 Traffic Stop: W Legion St 10:14:42 Animal: Kountz Rd 10:48:55 Traffic Stop: W Legion St 12:23:51 911 Open Line: Paul Gulch Rd 13:43:29 Medical: Hwy 55...

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Spinach Pantry Souffle

On those days when home cooks are searching the cupboards and refrigerator for some culinary inspiration, they need look no further than the egg carton. Often relegated to breakfast time, eggs can be the main ingredient or star of meals at any time o...

 

Horoscopes: Week of 5/11/2022

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 Avoid going down the rabbit hole that can be social media, Aries. Put your phone or tablet to the side for a little bit and focus your attention elsewhere. TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 Try to stay calm and grounded right now, Taurus....

 

Between the Stacks: 5/11/2022

This week the Friends of the Library will be meeting on Thursday, May 12, at 5 PM at the Library. This great group of people helps in a variety of different areas concerning the different library projects. Besides helping staff with the day-to-day ta...

 

Whitehall Garden Club News - May

In the merry, merry month of May, the Whitehall Garden Club started their meeting with a delectable breakfast table including a deeply delicious deep dish sausage egg bake (say that 3 times) and...

 
 By DAVID PARKER    Community    May 11, 2022

Liberty Place Lights On V: On Air May 19th

We are very excited about this year’s performance, for a couple of reasons. First, though it was a fun experience playing outside on the green last year, we are looking forward to the energy and atmosphere of the theater again. Secondly, we are...

 
 By RITA BROWN    Community    May 11, 2022

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: May 1 & 7, 1997

May 1, 1997 Trojan Educator of the Week was Mike Welsh, a PE instructor at WHS. Mr. Welch, who has been with the district for three years, was nominated for his excellent PE and weights programs, as well as relating well with students. Mr. Welch enjo...

 

George John Hirschenberger, 72

George John Hirschenberger, the greatest friend, husband, father, grandfather, and uncle passed away on Monday, April 25th. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on April 3rd, 1950 to George (Sr)... Full story

 
 By RITA BROWN    News    May 11, 2022

Celebrate National EMT Week By Getting to Know JVEMSR

“Call 911!” This exclamation brings a sense of panic yet reassurance knowing help is on the way, but what does that really mean in a rural area? Realistically, it means there may not be anyone to respond or the resources aren’t available....

 

Last Chance to Sign up for the Fun Run! Don't Miss Out!

Join the 5K Walk n Talk Fun Run on May 14, a fundraiser for the Whitehall PTSA. Registration forms are available at the Whitehall Ledger and the elementary school front desk. Early registration has been extended through Wednesday, May 11....

 

White, Reiff, and Wagner Retain Seats on Whitehall School Board

After the May 3 School Board election vote, it is official that James Reiff and Jenelle White were reelected for their three-year terms, while Bobbi Wagner retained her two-year term. Reiff and White had been up against newcomer Pod Moriarty....

 
 By TERRY MURPHY    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Thanks to Congressman Rosendale

Dear Editor, As a Montana farmer, I am deeply concerned about the anti-natural resource policies of the Biden Administration. Agriculture is the economic backbone of our state, and his policy decisions are causing serious issues for Montana’s...

 

Dear Editor: Support for Dan Hagerty

Dear Editor & Jefferson County Voters, We have an opportunity to vote for a new county commissioner and we are blessed with four good candidates. Normally, I never get involved with political discussions but feel I need to address and support one...

 
 By SARAH SALSBURY    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Support for Weed District Mill Levy

Dear Editor, As election/voting time comes upon us again, I encourage everyone to get informed and get out and vote! Voting is an important privilege and way to participate in our community. Another way we participate is by our tax contributions. As...

 
 By DAWN LEWTON    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Support for Jim Buterbaugh

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter to the Editor to simply encourage Jefferson County Residents to vote for Jim Buterbaugh for the new Jefferson County Commissioner. As, a Madison County Resident, I will not have that opportunity. What I can do...

 
 By JOHN KREIS    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Support for Library Levy

Dear Editor, It is certainly true that individuals and institutions are going through difficult budget stretching times. It is definitely a time to prioritize and support those parts of our lives important to ourselves, our families, and our...

 
 By JIM BUTERBAUGH    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Seeing the inner workings

Dear Editor For the last two years, I have been following our County Commissioner (Leonard Wortman) around, getting an idea of how the system works and what is being done to Improve our little heaven in the United States. In doing this, I had the...

 

Dear Editor: Save Our Democracy

Dear Editor, We are living in very difficult times, but they are our times. Times we have helped create and need to help heal. For democracy to work we need a healthy government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” Dark Money...

 
 By DAVID HOWARD    Opinion    May 11, 2022

Dear Editor: Support of Rosendale

Dear Editor, The recent leaking of the draft opinion surrounding the 1973 Roe V Wade decision by the Supreme Court is unprecedented. It is reprehensible that someone would try to use public pressure in an effort to force our Supreme Court Justices...

 

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