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Articles from the September 27, 2017 edition

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Town General Election Cancelled

The Town of Whitehall has cancelled the November 7 General Election for municipal officer positions. Because there is no election, five will be elected to municipal positions by acclimation. Mary Janacaro Hensleigh will be the new Mayor, Katy James... Full story

 

Battle Tested: Trojans answer call in road victory

After not giving up a lead in their first five games of the season, the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team found themselves in unfamiliar territory Friday night when Townsend quarterback... Full story

 

WHS Council plans contest

The Whitehall High School Student Council is hoping for community participation during a Homecoming contest next week. According to Council President Ryan Murphy, at a recent meeting they came up with the idea of a window decorating for local... Full story

 

Plane runs into home

The Federal Aviation Administration and Montana Highway Patrol are investigating a plane accident that took place the afternoon of September 21 in Whitehall. According to Jefferson County Sheriff... Full story

 

Volunteers play huge role at Caverns

Each year people from all over the world descend upon Lewis and Clark Caverns, with thousands coming during the summer to take part in the popular cave tours. While a dedicated and thoroughly knowledgeable Montana State Parks staff does an amazing... Full story

 

'Barn Raising' event Saturday in Cardwell

For the past 30 years, the Montana Preservation Alliance has played a prominent role in saving the state's historical places, traditional landscapes, and cultural heritage. This Saturday, the MPA is... Full story

 

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Got a call from Patty Strozzi this week. She recently moved to Bozeman after sometime of trying to sell her house on North Whitehall Street. She had to tell me about shopping at Maurice’s and meeting one of my granddaughters, Angelica Shaw, who... Full story

 

Editorial: Let's paint the town Purple and Gold

Whitehall High School is only one week away from one of the most exciting times of the school year. The annual Homecoming Week festivities will take place from October 2 to 6. It will be a fun week for both students and local residents with a... Full story

 

Column: Working from home is not easy when a kitten makes things difficult

One great thing about my job is that I can do it from just about anywhere if need be. While I often times will bring my computer home on the weekend, I've worked at home a few times during the week as well as a couple times while I was visiting famil... Full story

 

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report

Monday, Sept. 18 12:40 a.m. – abandoned auto, Hwy 69, Whitehall 8:15 a.m. – traffic/ reckless, I-90 eastbound, MM 252, Whitehall 9:10 a.m. - suspicious/person/vehicle/circumstance, Hwy 2 East, MM 9-10, Cardwell 10:12 a.m. - suspicious/person/vehi... Full story

 

Between the Stacks

It is such a pleasure to work in a town where everyone loves their library! For those of you who are always asking how to help support the Library, here is your chance. The Friends of the Whitehall Community Library will be having a meeting on... Full story

 

Trojans cross country finally gets to run

After having their last two meets cancelled, the Whitehall High School Cross Country team was finally able to compete for the first time in three weeks at last Saturday's Butte Invite. "The weather... Full story

 

Trojans stifle Three Forks

It was business as usual last Friday night for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. The Trojans (5-0, 3-0 Southern B) had five different players find the end zone on their way to a 47-7 v... Full story

 

Addict finds new hope in court

The courtroom exudes formality. An ornate chandelier looms in the space over Bella Dally. Above it is the intricately detailed ceiling of Judge John Larson's court. For Dally, this intimidating room... Full story

 

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