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Articles from the July 27, 2016 edition

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Frontier Days kicks off Friday

It’s once again time for Frontier Days in Whitehall. The popular annual event will take place Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30. The event will kick off Friday at 11 a.m. with the annual Rocky Mountain Bank customer appreciation barbecue, and... Full story

 

Up in the Air

For the past four years, the Sage Mountain Center has hosted a community gardening tour at the beautiful location 6,300 feet above sea level. Center Director Christopher Borton said they host the...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    July 27, 2016

Recall hearing Monday

Next Monday could shed light if there will be an upcoming recall election in Jefferson County. According to Whitehall Town Attorney Matthew Haus, a hearing is set for August 1 to determine whether a Temporary Restraining Order preventing Jefferson...

 

Weber named grand marshal

Each year, The Frontier Days Parade honors an individual who exemplifies service to the community. The Grand Marshal is nominated by The Whitehall Chamber Frontier Days Committee and is recognized on parade day. Arlene Weber graciously accepted the...

 

Moriarty sisters take to the stage

Since the age of four, nine-year-old Whitehall resident Hope Moriarty has taken part in the An Ri Ra Montana Irish Festival as a member of the Tiernan Irish Dancers. Next month, Moriarty will once...

 

Event showcases LaHood, CCC

The family of Shadan LaHood, Lewis and Clark Caverns employees, and local residents came together last Saturday to discuss history. The event not only discussed the rich history of the Civilian...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    July 27, 2016

Editorial: Be mindful of pets in summer heat

Much like 2015, this has been a hot summer in Southwest Montana. The past week temperatures have cracked 90 degrees and are inching close to triple digits. Over the past several days, I have noticed one disturbing trend at various stops throughout to...

 

Saturday Mornings: New store in Whitehall

As a child, Cardwell resident Dawn Lewton would spend Saturday mornings with her father going to flea markets, and both garage and yard sales. This would be a tradition she carried on into adulthood....

 

Wanda Terry

On June 24, 2016, a beautiful summer's day, Wanda Terry passed away at her home. She was born on a cold winter's day in Lamar, Colorado to Walter Worthan and Margaret Worthan (later Jones). Her...

 

Gigabit work continues

Whitehall is one step closer to becoming a Gigabit Community. Earlier this month, local company TeleSystem Services (TSS) continued their work on First Street for a project that would provide speeds...

 

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