The Whitehall Ledger - Serving Southern Jefferson County in the Great State of Montana

Articles from the September 22, 2021 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 34



New Extrication Equipment For Fire Department, Thanks to Monetary Donations

State of the art extrication equipment was purchased by the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department thanks, in large part to a $10,000 donation from the Ladies Auxiliary, which runs the Country Store by...

 

Whitehall Community Master Plan Seeks Public Input

The Town of Whitehall has received planning funds from the Montana Department of Commerce Big Sky Trust Fund to develop a Community Master Plan. In collaboration with Town leaders, Jefferson Local Development Corporation, and Headwaters RC&D, a...

 

Proposed Resurfacing Project on MT Highway 69 in Whitehall

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to resurface about 6 miles of Highway 69, in Whitehall. The project begins at the intersection of Whitehall Street and Legion Avenue...

 

Dear Editor: Johnson #1

Dear Editor, This is in reply to the constant diatribes written by Gerald Johnson from Cardwell. Mr. Johnson, we get it. You don’t like guns, so don’t have one. If a person wants to kill another person, they can do it just as well with a knife,...

 

Thought Provokers: 9/22/2021

The phrases “You are alone” and “You are not alone” can be equally scary in the right context. Nightmares are our brains making up stories and then getting scared of its own made up story. People will swim in the ocean, even though there are...

 

Dear Editor: Johnson #2

Dear Editor, Not to be too negative, but this is getting ridiculous! Mr. Johnson’s latest representative statement, “People do not control guns. Guns control people” has become reductio ad absurdum (reduced to absurdity). Although I can...

 
 By Jo    Opinion    September 22, 2021

Dear Jo: 9/22/2021

Dear Jo, What do you do when your spouse comes home after 30 year of marriage and simply does not want to be married anymore?! No reason, no big problem, no affair. How does a person come to terms with this?! Signed, Pissed off and confused Dear Piss...

 

Connecting Point: Grace and Truth

Lately the subject of generosity has been on my mind but as I read God’s Word, I’ve noticed how grace is an integral part of what it means to be generous. Jesus exemplified this in his life and ministry; he was both truthful and graceful. “An...

 

John James "Jack" Smith, 91

John James “Jack” Smith of Whitehall passed away Wednesday, September 15th, 2021 with family in Butte. Jack was born on February 2nd, 1930 in Whitehall, to Albert H. and Edith (Hopper) Smith. Jack...

 

Volunteers Needed for Cave Restoration at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park are seeking volunteers to help with a post-season cleaning of the caverns. Volunteers in this event will get the chance to see the caverns up close as they work to reduce some...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: September 26, 1996

SEPTEMBER 26, 1996 There are changes on the wind at Whitehall High School, Principal Barbara Thronson said Monday night, and she realizes not all of the changes are popular with the students. But, in the long run, the students, their parents and the...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: September

Whitehall was a fast-growing community in the fall of 1895. Here are some excerpts from the Whitehall Zephyr late September editions of that year as they were written. The editor had a sense of humor...

 

RMDC To Have Extra Food For Seniors

Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc. will have supplemental foods available to Whitehall area senior citizens at the Whitehall Senior Center on Thursday, September 23 from 11:00am to 12:00pm. Foods are shelf stable and consist of canned fruit,...

 

Between the Stacks: 9/22/2021

The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are falling, and everyone is starting to think about indoor activities. On Thursday, September 30th, at 5:30 p.m. the Library is hosting a family and friends game night. Everyone is invited to bring their...

 

Creating Fiction from History: Don Carroll & Victor Green

The year was 1907. College was all but a fading memory, but Don was determined not to let the memories of his old college mate, Victor, fade with them! Victor Green and Don Carroll, both of whom...

 

Lady Trojans Help Roberts Family in Time of Need

The Whitehall Lady Trojans found time last Thursday to help a family in need in Three Forks. Three Forks resident Ted Roberts is bravely fighting Glioblastoma Multiform, one of the most aggressive...

 

Jefferson County Offering Suicide Prevention Opportunities

The Jefferson County Mental Health Local Advisory Council is providing two FREE Suicide Prevention educational opportunities, available to all adults in Jefferson County. The first is the LivingWorks...

 

5 Hobbies You Can Pursue on Your Own

(StatePoint) Whether you simply prefer doing things solo or you have a tight schedule that makes it difficult to commit to classes at set times of the week, you don’t need to forgo the pursuit of new hobbies. Here are five activities that you can...

 

FOOTBALL RECAP: WHS v Fairfield

The Fairfield Eagles held onto their perfect record with a 22-14 win over the Trojans on Friday, September 17th. Coach Dan Lacey gave a recap of highlights for his Trojans. Miles Hoerauf was 17/32 passing for 208 yards and one interception. Hoerauf...

 

Tall Cop Says Stop in October

Please join in on an amazing training opportunity for law enforcement, teachers, parents, and community members focusing on drug trends we see today. This event is brought to you by the Youth Connections Coalition and the Lewis and Clark DUI Task...

 

Falls Prevention Awareness Week in September 20-24

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials report that nearly one in three Montanans aged 65 and older have reported falling at least once in the last 12 months. Further, about 1,900 Montanans were hospitalized due to unintentio...

 

FWP to Auction Confiscated Antlers, Hides & Horns

Antlers, horns, hides and skulls that were confiscated by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks enforcement will be auctioned on Sept. 25 at the National Auction House in Billings. Items include 50 big horn sheep skulls, 390-plus-inch bull elk, moose,...

 

FWP Adopts Regulations for Muzzleloader Season

The Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted regulations for Montana’s first traditional muzzleloader season at its meeting on Aug. 20. House Bill 242 was passed in the 2021 Legislative Session and established a nine-day muzzleloader heritage hunting...

 

FWP Approves Changes to Elk Shoulder Seasons

The Fish and Wildlife Commission approved changes to elk shoulder seasons in several hunting districts at its meeting on Aug. 20. All changes apply to this coming hunting season. However, no early shoulder seasons were added. Elk shoulder season...

 

2021 Madison County Fair Award and Ribbon Winners

BAKING 101 Ag Cats: • Aurora Koenig - Purple Big Sky Livestock: • Cooper Montgomery - Purple • Cooper Montgomery - Blue • Lilly Montgomery - White • Lilly Montgomery - Red Madison Wranglers: • Jacqueline Treloar - Blue Shooting...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 11/27/2021 12:34