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Articles from the October 5, 2016 edition

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Hall of Fame announces second class

The Whitehall Hall of Fame Athletic Hall of Fame has announced its second class. The Class of 2017 will be inducted at a ceremony later this year. This year's class features a coaching legend from...

 

Trojans demolish visting Wolves

By JACK H. SMITH Ledger Publisher Going into Friday night's home game against Three Forks, Whitehall/Harrison High School Football Coach Dan Lacey said his team was eager to get back onto the field...

 

Local youth celebrate national 4-H Week

According to the National 4-H website, more than six million young people from across the country will be celebrating the Annual National 4-H Week, October 3rd through October 8th, 2016. During that time 4-H clubs from all over the world will celebra...

 

Work continues on Roper's Building

Residents driving on North Main in Whitehall may have noticed the ongoing construction at the Roper's Building. According to owner Jeffrey Hansen, they are currently working on re-stuccoing and...

 

Two Bit garners recognition

esidents that the Two Bit Saloon and Grill is a great place to go for chicken strips, burgers, and a steak, the word is also spreading statewide about the establishment located on Legion Avenue in Whitehall. The Two Bit was recently recognized in a J...

 

HERTHA LUCILE SEGMILLER LARSON

Hertha Lucile Segmiller Larson was called home on Wednesday, September 28th. She was born on February 20th, 1965 in Denver, Colorado to Milton and Kyleen Segmiller. She spent most of her youth in Fairfield hunting, and packing into the Bob Marshall...

 

JVCF grant dinner slated for October 13

The Jefferson Valley Community Foundation will be holding their Celebrate Community Grant Award event on Thursday October 13 at 7:00 p.m. in the Borden's Conference room. The event will feature an Ice Cream Social for all Whitehall Area Non- Profit...

 

Editorial: Sixty-five would be the right call

The Jefferson County Commissioners were recently sent an analysis from the Montana Department of Transportation in regards to the possibility of lowering the speed limit for a majority of Homestake Pass. The analysis states that for a ten-mile stretc...

 

Column: Would you read?

My eyes are heavy while I'm writing this column, and with every word I type I can feel myself slouching further down into the chair. I've got a horrible cold and the medicine I took this morning is making it difficult to keep my eyes open. As I was...

 
 By Dawn Welch    Opinion    October 5, 2016

Letter to the Editor: Response to Cross Letter

Before people get too excited about waiving their flags and being all patriotic about democracy, here is some food for thought concerning the article written by Chad Cross. Let me start with our Bill of Rights; Articles V and XIV. Article V tells us...

 

Sheriff's Report

Monday, Sept. 26 12:38 a.m. - traffic stop, North Whitehall Street, Whitehall 9:28 a.m. - VIN inspection, 954 Hwy 55, Whitehall 11:08 a.m. - traffic stop, Hwy 55, Whitehall 11:39 a.m. - VIN inspection, Capp Lane, Whitehall 2:46 p.m. - trees/debris...

 

Lady Trojans win two at Manhattan tourney

The Whitehall High School volleyball team ran into some strong competition last Saturday at the Manhattan Christian High School Tournament. The Lady Trojans finished the pool play event with a 2-6...

 

Senior duo shines at last week's Butte Invitational

For the second straight week, the Whitehall High School Cross Country team went head to head with larger schools from across Southwest Montana last Saturday at the Butte Invitational. Senior runner Hunter Flynn once again showed he is one of the...

 

Trojans drop heartbreaker, battle Three Forks Friday

There is no quit in the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. After trailing 14-0 late in the third quarter last Friday against host Manhattan, the Trojans were able to claw their way back int...

 

Garden Club announces September winner

Driving into the yard of Kathy Foster off of Paul Gulch Rd., one is presented with the beautiful mound of bright colors bursting from a large of assortment of perennial and annual flowers....

 

County Commission Report

Hi Folks, At our regular meeting last week we opened bids to replace the culverts on Kountz Road across Pipestone Creek with a bridge. The low bidder was Tamietti Construction for $213,730.50. We are going over the bid documents and will award the...

 

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