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Articles from the October 10, 2018 edition

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Rotary club dinner, dance October 28

The Whitehall Rotary Club, with help from the Whitehall High School Interact Club, is holding their annual family friendly Fall Harvest Dinner/Dance on Sunday, October 28 at the Whitehall Community Center. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and music will...

 

Jefferson Valley History expanding

The Jefferson Valley Museum has been collecting the history of our valley for more than two decades. There are records of settlers from the mid-1860s forward. But, human habitation of the valley goes...

 

Column: Over a giraffe

A large part of my job is covering high school sports and in the fall a fair portion of my time is spent under the "Friday Night Lights". It's usually a lot of fun, but sometimes people can change that in a hurry. When I'm covering a game I like to... Full story

 

Trojans look to rebound against Columbus

The Whitehall/Harrison High School football team will look to rebound from a two-game losing streak October 12 when they host Columbus. The Trojans will be coming into the game following a tough 22-0...

 

I-185 would raise tobacco tax to expand Medicaid coverage

Montana smokers could be on the hook for an additional $2 per pack if ballot initiative Initiative 185 passes. The tobacco industry is shelling out big bucks in hopes it won't happen. It's a big reaso... Full story

 
 By MARTI LIECHTY    News    October 10, 2018

Major Support for Montana's public Universities Riding on 2018 Election Levy Vote

While talk of reductions at the University of Montana have grabbed a lot of the attention, the decisions Montanans make at the ballot box this fall may have much broader implications for the state's eight public higher education institutions.... Full story

 
 By ANNISA KEITH    News    October 10, 2018

Clerk's job emerges as unlikely Supreme Court fight

Decisions about the U.S. Supreme Court have turned into an intense partisan battle in Washington, but in Montana the only contested race for the high court is for the job of clerk. Three candidates are in the running for the seat. Rex Renk is a... Full story

 

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