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Articles from the September 2, 2020 edition

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Whitehall opening season with limited attendance

There will be a limited number of home fans allowed as the Whitehall High School sporting teams start the fall season in Phase 2 of the State of Montana Reopening. According to guidelines provided by Whitehall Superintendent Hannah Nieskens, Whitehal...


Main Street Green: New 'Event Park' in Downtown Whitehall

It was a special night last Thursday in downtown Whitehall with the official unveiling of Main Street Green. The special ceremony honored those who have helped make the new "Event Park" that will soon... Full story


Hoot Owl Restrictions Lifted

Afternoon fishing restrictions on several southwest Montana waters were lifted last week. "Hoot-owl" restrictions were put in place on Aug. 6, prohibiting fishing each day from 2 p.m. to midnight on the following waters: • The lower Gallatin River...


Column: Ghost Touch

I often find myself writing about technology and how I am kind of in this never-ending loop of it driving me crazy while at the same time being an absolute necessity in my life. A perfect example of this would be last Tuesday evening when I had to...


Trojans open season Friday

After missing out on the playoffs the past two seasons, the senior class for the Whitehall/Harrison High school football team has high hopes for the 2020 season that will begin later this week with a...


JVEMSR Ambulance Service Feels the Love

"This is for the ambulance folks, right? Keep the change." At Saturday's yard sale for the ambulance service, those words were said repeatedly. The five-hour yard sale earned over $400 and reaffirmed...


Rotary Provides Hand Sanitizer to WHS

Members of the Whitehall Rotary club prepared hand sanitizer in August for distribution to the local volunteer fire department and the Whitehall schools. Ed Handl, Millie Baycroft, and Arlene Weber mixed and bottled the mixture of isopropyl alcohol...


Plenty of positives at 2020 Madison County Fair

While it may have been a little different from those in past, there was still plenty to smile about at the recent Madison County Fair in Twin Bridges. According to Mikayla Hudson, 4-H & Youth...


Trojans take down rival Panthers

It's so far so good for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. The Trojans used a strong defensive performance and two Miles Hoerauf to Flint Smith touchdowns on their way to an 18-6 season... Full story


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