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Articles from the October 24, 2018 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 24, 2018

Northwestern Energy Meeting Next Week

Earlier this month, a power outage led to the cancellation of morning bus routes in the Whitehall School District. In June, numerous local businesses were affected by a 12 plus hour outage in the Whitehall and Cardwell areas. Local business owners...


Town pump matching funds to food banks

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 17th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana, including Whitehall Area Food Pantry and Jeffco Food Share in Boulder. A record-setting 84 food...


Column: I appreciate you!

Each week I have a column in the Whitehall Ledger and the content can range from serious to absurd. There are also certainly and more often than I like columns that seem may seem a little bit cranky with my observations on day-to-day life. This week...


Trojans wrap up season at state meet

The season came to an end Saturday for the Whitehall Cross Country team at the State Meet in Missoula. Whitehall head coach Kerry Sacry said all of the state times were slower than the kids had...


Trojans gain valuable experience

While their season may have ended without a return trip to the Class B Playoffs, the future seems to be bright for the Whitehall/Harrison High School football team. Following a 48-0 road loss in the season finale against Manhattan, fifth-year...


Lady Trojans open postseason play Saturday

The Whitehall High School volleyball team will open postseason play Friday at the 5B District Tournament in Belgrade. The the sixth-seeded Lady Trojans will open the double elimination tournament... Full story


Between the Stacks

What a beautiful fall we are having! To celebrate this great time of the year Hal Stearns, historian, storyteller, and guide will be presenting his program "Montana Towns: Then, Now, Tomorrow" at the Library at 6:30 p.m. on October 24th. According to...


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