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Articles from the August 28, 2019 edition

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Crews continue to battle fire near Whitehall

Fire crews are continuing to battle the McClusky fire that was caused by lighting August 16 three miles northeast of Delmoe Lake and 13 miles northwest of Whitehall. As of press deadline, the fire is...

 
 By Staff Report    News    August 28, 2019

Andersen is new Justice of the Peace

Steve Andersen is the new Jefferson County Justice of the Peace. According to County Clerk and Recorder Bonnie Ramey, Andersen was appointed by the Jefferson County Commissioners at their August 20 meeting. He was one of five candidates who filed to...

 

COLUMN: Strange things happened after New Coke

A few years back when video stores were still a mainstay, I used to rent five or six movies a week. Sometimes when the weather was bad, or I was in a lazy mood I would spend my entire weekend watching a variety of films in a variety of genres. These...

 

Trojans open season Friday at Cut Bank

At the start of each season, Whitehall High School head football coach Dan Lacey discusses with his team the little differences between good teams and great ones. Two weeks into fall camp, he is...

 

Robert L. Ross

Robert L. Ross, age 98, died August 18, 2019, 'at home' at Bozeman Lodge in Bozeman, MT, with family by his side. Cremation has taken place. Born July 11, 1921, in Roundup, Montana, to Joseph A. Ross and Elsie C. Hogan, Bob was the 6th of 7...

 

Whitehall Volleyball opens season Saturday at Manhattan Tourney

A young and talented Whitehall High School volleyball team will open the season this Saturday at the Manhattan Quad Tournament. Head coach Kayla Simon is excited to get the season rolling. "I love starting our season out at an all-day tournament...

 

Cross country opens in Boulder

There will be a mix of experience and youth on the 2019 Whitehall High School Cross Country team. Longtime head coach Kerry Sacry reported four junior high and nine high schoolers joined the team who...

 

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