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Articles from the October 7, 2020 edition

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Feight Readies For Spring Season

It would not be a stretch of the imagination to say Max Feight was one of the most gifted athletes to ever play at Whitehall High School. One might also argue he may have had a chance to prove he was...

 

Fall Festival Hosting Pie Auction

A Pie Auction at the upcoming Whitehall Fall Festival will help give back to local non-profit organizations. Set for Saturday, October 24, pie makers can identify which non-profit they would like the...

 
 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 7, 2020

Department responds to Wednesday fire

The cause of a fire early Wednesday morning in Whitehall is currently under investigation. According to Assistant Chief Colton Howser, the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department was called out to a fire shortly after 3 a.m. at 4 W. Olive St. Howser...

 

Guest Editorial: Galloping goats, biting gators and more in your local newspaper

If you happened to read the Albuquerque Journal recently you would have learned about a family who used their (galloping) goats to gobble up weeds and earn some extra money while keeping the city's weeds and grass trimmed. In the Orlando Sentinel,...

 

PAT L. LEWIS

Pat L. Lewis peacefully passed away on Sunday, September 27th, 2020 at Peace Hospice in Great Falls. Pat fought a long hard battle with heart problems, diabetes, and in the end, cancer. He blessed his parents Bob and Ruby Lewis of WA on April 16,...

 

Whitehall moves to 2-0 against rival Jefferson

The second verse was the same as the first for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. Playing against rival Jefferson High School for the second time in the first four games of the season,...

 

Lady Trojans learn from Jefferson game, face Manhattan Thursday

While they were unable to walk away with a victory, Whitehall High School volleyball Head Coach Kyla Simon was proud of the effort from her team in last week's 25-23, 25-7, 25-20 loss to high-powered...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: Oct. 1920 Part 1

Fall is a beautiful time of year in the Jefferson Valley. The cottonwood trees along the river have a golden glow from the changing leaves; the air has a crisper feel than just a month ago, and wearing a jacket is becoming more common. New people are...

 

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