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Articles from the September 13, 2017 edition

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Council discusses ambulance barn

The Whitehall Town Council is looking for proposals on what to do with the Ambulance Barn located at 207 West Legion. At their regular meeting Monday night, the Council approved to advertise requests for proposals on the space that was most recently... Full story

 

Season of growth at museum

The stories held within the walls of the JV Museum were enhanced during the 2017 Season. Most recently a Broad Ax that had helped to build a barn at the 18 Mile in the early 1900s and once again in th... Full story

 

Kiss the Pig: Booster Club contest underway

The Whitehall High School Booster Club has long been an integral part of the community, raising money for the betterment of Trojan athletics. This year, the club has decided to have a little... Full story

 

Interact Club raising money for fire victims

The Whitehall High School Interact Club is stepping up to help Montanans affected by this summers devastating wildfires. The club has initiated the "Change For Fires" fundraiser for families in the Treasure State. Donation jars have been set up at... Full story

 

JVSA offers private land hunting tips

Hunting season has arrived. Here are a few tips from the Jefferson Valley Sportsman’s Association. 1. Hunting on private land is a privilege, not a right. As a hunter, you are a guest on someone else’s land. Hunting on block management areas can... Full story

 

Editorial: Do the right thing for the residents of Montana

The past few months have been devastating for Montana as wildfires have burned throughout the state. There was over a 2,700-acre fire locally, and over a million acres have burned in Montana. People are losing their homes, firefighters have lost... Full story

 

Column: Pumpkin Spice and the end of the world

I’ve always had a fascination with movies and books about a post-apocalyptic world or dystopian society. While they would often times make me feel uncomfortable, it was almost like rubber necking at an accident – you want to turn away, but often... Full story

 

Larry Norman Tribble

Larry Norman Tribble went home to the Lord on September 6, 2017. Larry was born on April 28, 1934 in Helena, Montana. At the age of 4 1/2 he was adopted by Bill and Kate Tribble of Three Forks, Montana. They brought him home to their ranch where he... Full story

 

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report

Monday, Sept. 4 2:35 a.m. – agency assist, 700 Cottonwood Road, Cardwell 11:05 a.m. - traffic/roads parking, Whitetail Road, Whitehall 11:20 a.m. – traffic stop, Whitetail Road, MM 8, Whitehall 4:03 p.m. – traffic stop, Hwy 359, Cardwell 4:27... Full story

 

Chamber conducting Gun Raffle

In an effort to raise money to upgrade their building at 501 N. Whitehall St., the Whitehall Chamber of Commerce is conducting a Gun Raffle. The prize is a Precision Guns Custom Rifle Combo Package, a $4,200 value. The package includes a rifle up to... Full story

 

Pipestone Race set for September 16, 17

Engines will roar at the Bureau of Land Management’s Pipestone recreation area Sept. 16-17 during a competitive motorcycle race. Earlier this year, the BLM Butte Field Office issued a 10-year Special Recreation Permit to 5th Gear Productions,... Full story

 

Trojans win big in home opener, host Big Timber September 15

After two dominating wins to open the season, it was more of the same for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football in their conference opener Friday night at Trojans Field. Whitehall used a well-ba... Full story

 

Lady Trojans stay positive

Despite a conference loss last week to Manhattan, Whitehall High School head volleyball coach Lauren McDonald is pleased with how hard her team is playing. The Lady Trojans dropped their lone match... Full story

 

Smoke leads to cancelled meet, Trojans run in Manhattan Sept. 16

The smoke filled Montana skies led to the cancellation or postponement last week of numerous high school sporting events across the state. This included a meet for the Whitehall High School Cross Country team. WHS Athletic Director Dan Lacey told... Full story

 

Whitehall defense firing on all cylinders

It was a cold, windy, rainy and muddy night September 15 at Trojans Field. While the conditions may not have been ideal for a Whitehall/Harrison offense that had averaged 41 points in their first... Full story

 

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