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Trojans win big at Washington-Grizzly

Just moments before kickoff of Whitehall/Harrison's game October 14 against Libby a storm moved in and rain began to fall onto the FieldTurf at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. Minutes into... Full story

 

Cameras found in ambulance barn

After an executive session at the regularly scheduled Town Council meeting Tuesday night, Mayor Dale Davis dropped a bombshell that there were hidden cameras found in the Ambulance Barn by the current ambulance crew. “They found hidden cameras...

 

Market season comes to an end

The Whitehall Farmer's Market 2016 season came to an end on a brisk yet beautiful Saturday morning in Legion Park. Vendors showcased a splendid selection of tasty treats and beautiful artwork at the...

 

Local resident starts rescue organization

Patti Reed has a deep love of animals. Over the years she has taken lost, abandoned, and other pets in need into to her home until a permanent living situation can be found. After using her own money for years to help animals in need, Reed was able...

 

Class C move not in immediate future

The Montana High School Association Executive Board will meet next month and among the items on their agenda could be a vote to lower the enrollment number for Class B/C Schools across the state. At their regular board meeting last week, the...

 

Tucker retires: Commission seeks 5th Judicial District applications

Chief Justice Mike McGrath has notified the Judicial Nomination Commission that the Hon. Loren Tucker, district judge for the Fifth Judicial District (Beaverhead, Jefferson, and Madison Counties) will resign his position effective January 27, 2017....

 

Editorial: JVCF huge for local organizations

This Thursday, October 13, non-profit organizations from Whitehall and the surrounding area will come together at the annual Jefferson Valley Community Foundation’s Celebrate Community Grant Award Event. The event is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m....

 

Column: MMM...Cow tongue

The list of while I do not like traveling could go on for days. I could go through ten trees worth of paper just describing why people on airplanes make me legally insane. While the stress of traveling can be a little bit much with flying or sharing...

 

Jefferson County Commission Update

Hi Folks, This morning (Tuesday) the weather looks pretty nasty. It’s a good reminder that winter is just around the corner. At our regular meeting last week, we gave final plat approval to the Huntley Minor Subdivision near Montana City. We had so...

 

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report

Monday, Oct. 3 10:13 a.m. - suspicious/person/vehicle/circumstance, 110 Whitehall Street, Whitehall 10:34 a.m. - traffic accident/1 vehicle/injury, Hwy 2, MM 67, Whitehall 11:14 a.m. - burglary-forcible(non-residence), 76 Pipestone Road, Whitehall...

 

FYI

Laurie Powell Steel and Jennifer Powell Murga were raised in Paraguay where their parents, Bob and Glenda Powell, were missionaries. As adults, they lived on two different continents - North America and South America. Recently, the Murgas moved to...

 

Ringing Rocks road to undergo repairs

The Bureau of Land Management’s Butte Field Office will temporarily close the route to the Ringing Rocks site starting Oct. 17 as crews make much-needed repairs to the rough, rocky road. “There is a section of road that has become difficult and...

 

Senior night for Lady Trojans

The six seniors on the Whitehall High School volleyball team will be recognized at a ceremony prior to their Thursday matchup against Jefferson. Alicia Loomis, Mesquite Melton, Kaya Welch, Rachel Smith, Katie Smith and Monica Sepulveda will all be...

 

Whitehall fares well at 7 on 7

The Whitehall High School Cross Country team will have one more regular season competition before the state meet next week in Kalispell. The Trojans will compete Saturday in Townsend, with action set...

 

Trojans headed to Washington-Grizzly

Friday night will be a special one for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. The Trojans will not only be looking to improve their record to 7-1 on the season against non-conference foe Libby, they will be doing so at Washington-Grizzly...

 

Trojans defeat visiting Three Forks

Going into last 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 after a tough road loss last...

 

Huerta's awarded Golden Spade

The year was 1997, nineteen years ago that Chris and Anita Huerta began their certified organic vegetable gardening for the community. Chris was thoroughly dedicated to the growing of only organic pro...

 

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