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Articles from the October 6, 2021 edition

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Master Plan Meeting Tonight at 6PM

Whitehall’s Master Plan Meeting will be held tonight, Wednesday, October 6th at 6PM in the Whitehall Community Center. All business owners, residents, and interested individuals are encouraged to attend, as this plan will help guide Whitehall’s...

 

Fire Destroys Montana Legend LaHood Park Steakhouse

Over nine decades of meals, laughter, memories, and music came to a screeching halt in the early morning hours of Thursday, September 30, 2021, when LaHood Park Steakhouse went up in flames. "It...

 

New Faces Needed...

In a small town like Whitehall it is common to see the same faces over and over again. At the grocery store. At the library. At the post office. Small town life at its finest. However, the same faces at every committee meeting - that’s something...

 

Dear Editor: Mask Mandates

Dear Editor, Here in Jefferson County, particularly in our little burg of Whitehall, we have been pretty lucky when it comes to the mask mandate. Although health officials are still strongly recommending that we “mask up”, even those few...

 

Thought Provokers: 10/6/2021

There are two types of pet owners: Those who think their pet refer to them as “MOM/DAD”, and those who think their pet refers to them as “HUMAN”. People who can properly handle lottery winnings are the least likely to buy lottery tickets....

 

Name to a Face: Arcylle Shaw

Arcylle Shaw. If you haven't met her in person, it's highly likely the person next to you has. Her name is a staple in Whitehall and Cardwell. She has the information you are looking for, and if she...

 
 By Jo    Opinion    October 6, 2021

Go Ask Jo: 10/6/2021

Dear Jo, My daughter came to visit me a couple of weekends ago. I love when she visits! She is so much fun. Where is the problem, you ask? Well, my beautiful daughter was so excited to show me her new (and first) tattoo. I still cannot believe it,...

 

Spooky Spectaculars for Your Haunted Season

It’s that time of year where you’re itching to get out the pumpkins to carve, candy to scarf and find tricks to play. It is only the first week in October however and some might feel it’s too soon to bring out the cobwebs, potion bottles, and...

 
 By JOHN LETASKY    News    October 6, 2021

Whitehall: Home of the Montana Western Legacy Center and Montana Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame

Memorable and exciting moments were the theme Saturday night at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. Awards were presented and scholarship recipients introduced at the 16th Annual Montana Pro...

 
 By Bill Lanes    Opinion    October 6, 2021

Connecting Point: Barrier Breaker

Jesus had the ability to look at people gently and speak to them in the most gracious tone. Compassion, kindness, sincerity--Christ displayed earnestness. It is no wonder he is the embodiment of grace worth following. “You’re full of it” is a p...

 

Sharon Lea Rhine Wardlow, 73

On Friday, September 24, 2021, Sharon Lea Rhine Wardlow was peacefully reunited with her late husband Francis "Happy" Wardlow, Sr. Remarkably, on this day 54 years earlier, Happy and Sharon vowed thei...

 

Regina Melton Given, 90

Regina "Jeannie" Melton Given, of Silver Star Montana, passed away on Sunday, September 26, 2021, after battling Alzheimer's for many years. Jeannie was born in Dillon Montana on May 21, 1931. She...

 

Death Notice: Wilson

WILSON – Judy Marie Wilson, age 73, of Butte, Montana, passed away on October 2, 2021. Services will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at a location and time to be determined. Please refer to www.buttefuneralhome.com or the Montana Standard on...

 

New Pastor Brings New Energy to Jefferson Valley Bible Church

John Frankman didn't envision himself being a pastor. After years living in Los Angeles, but working in the Middle East in engineering, construction and property management, Frankman had a calling to...

 

Get Involved in the Community Development Council

The Golden Sunlight Mine has created the new Community Development Council (CDC), spawned off the Whitehall Community Transition Advisory Committee (CTAC) to assist GSM in funding projects for the Whitehall area. Chuck Buus, of Golden Sunlight,...

 

Between the Stacks: 10/9/2021

Beginning this Wednesday, October 6th, at 6:00 p.m. we will be running our next section of "Spotting Fake News." If you are interested in taking these next three sessions on discovering how to authent...

 

Creating Fiction from History: Dave Wilson

March 17, 1891 My dearest Marie, I trust this letter finds you well, my love. I have arrived in Castle Town, Montana – 2 months gone and hopefully only another five or six weeks before I see your...

 

Why Civic Engagement Matters for Companies and Nonprofits

New research reveals that not only has America’s largest generation -- millennials -- become more civically engaged since the pandemic began, but that the time is right for nonprofits and companies to help all Americans see how profoundly they can...

 

Trojans Upend Anaconda Copperheads 42-0

The Whitehall Trojan's brought home a varsity win against the Anaconda Copperheads on Friday, October 1. The win was a blow-out, 42-0. Offense - Receiving: #3 Nick Denny had 4 catches for 48 yards,...

 

Headwaters Invitational XC Results

At the Headwaters Invitational Cross Country meet, held October 2 at the Highland Golf Course, the Whitehall Trojan team brought the heat with great running times across the board. All high school...

 

5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter

It’s that time of year: pumpkin spice is here and so are shorter days and cooler nights. Before nightfall comes too early, take advantage of the milder temps to prepare your home for winter. Here are a few easy, DIY tasks to check off your list. 1....

 

Ruby Valley Medical Center Receives Cardiac Recognition Award

Ruby Valley Medical Center was recognized with the Cardiac Recognition Award at the Montana Hospital Association’s annual virtual meeting in early October. The Cardiac Recognition Award is sponsored by the Cardiovascular Health Program within the s...

 

Rural Community Opioid Response Program Implementation Grant Awarded to Assist Silver Bow, Deer Lodge, Beaverhead, Madison, and Jefferson Counties

St. James Healthcare was awarded a $1,000,000 grant from the Health Resources Services Administration’s Federal Office for Rural Communities Opioid Response Programs (RCORP) to conduct needs assessments and develop plans, including prevention,...

 

Mice and Men

I hate shopping malls. I hate Chuck E. Cheese even more. Yet I found myself standing in the main corridor of Anchorage’s Fifth Avenue Mall, about to enter Chuck E. Cheese. My best friend Daryle had invited me to attend his son’s commercially...

 

1 Dead, 4 Injured After Moose Collides with Vehicle on Hwy 69

A 27-year old Clancy man has died and several more were injured after a moose collided with their vehicle at mile marker 10 on Highway 69 Sunday night. According to the Montana Highway Patrol, the deceased was driving southbound on Highway 69 around...

 

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