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Articles from the October 26, 2022 edition

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Hagerty and Hensleigh Vie for Jefferson County Commissioner Seat

Jefferson County Commissioner candidates Mary Janacaro-Hensleigh and Dan Hagerty, both from Whitehall, are looking forward to Election Day on November 8th, both admitting it will be nice once the race for the Commissioner seat is complete....

 

Complete Works of Shakespeare at Star Theatre Wednesday, November 2

Whitehall non-profit Gold Junction Presents is proud to bring The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Revised) to Whitehall's Star Theatre on Wednesday, November 2 at 7:30 PM. This...

 
 By JOHN KREIS    News    October 26, 2022

New Mural Going Up Thursday at Jefferson Fresh Foods

Wow, we’re finally there, the Lewis and Clark mural located on Jefferson Fresh Foods is going up this Thursday (weather permitting)to replace the original weathered mural. Local contractor Tim Geary has agreed to donate personal time to remove the...

 

Thought Provokers: 10/26/2022

The taller the person the more freaked out they are by people taller than themselves. Spiderman can only operate in a small number of Earth’s cities. In most of them, he’d be virtually useless. Many people are choosing to live their own version...

 

Dear Editor: Read the Voters Pamphlet

Dear Editor, It’s less than two weeks until the mid-term elections. I would encourage each of us to become well-informed voters. This means some research, and that takes time. Who can you trust? Follow the money and find some trustworthy people to...

 

Dear Editor: Oh, Pie!

Dear Editor, I would like to commend the Whitehall Garden Club on their pie event during the Fall Festival last weekend. This enthusiastic crew donned festive pie hats and put on a fun event in the Star Theatre. Whole pies were auctioned off at a...

 

Dear Editor: Shop Local

Dear Editor, I am not perfect by any means, particularly when it comes to the subject of this letter. At the danger of retracing our steps in what’s probably familiar territory, I again wanted to bring up the subject of Shop Local. I totally...

 

Fishpond Centennial on Veteran's Day

The Whitehall Rotary Club and the local VFW and American Legion will hold a joint celebration of the 100th anniversary of the historic fishpond on November 11th starting at 12:30 PM at the fishpond. The program of approximately 30 minutes will...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: October Part II

In late October 1896, the focus was on the upcoming November election. But there was plenty of other news on the front page. A hurricane caused severe damage to resorts at Coney Island, a Brit beat...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 10/22/1997

October 22, 1997 The Supreme Court oral argument briefings on the Whitehall water improvement project were delayed due to the Montana Attorney General’s request for a 10-day delay. The delay was apparently not caused by other - or higher priority -...

 

Jefferson County Museum Presents... A Ghostly Gathering

Ellen Baumler will be at the Jefferson County Museum ( 5 North Main Street, Clancy) on Saturday, October 29 at 3 PM for ghost stories she has researched. If the crowd is too large for the museum, we will move to Clancy Methodist Church. The Book...

 

What is the First Christian Church of Whitehall All About?

First Christian Church of Whitehall. We are not the Disciples of Christ, nor do we affiliate with or support any nonbiblical religious institutions. We believe in the Holy Word of God. We do not subscribe to doctrines or philosophies that are not...

 

Roy E. Millegan, 96

Roy E. Millegan was born in Helena, Montana on August 16th, 1926 to James Roy Millegan and Effie (Lidolph) Millegan, growing up on a part of the homestead his grandfather Wallace and Martha Millegan... Full story

 

This Month in Montana History

October 3rd, 1825, 197 years ago: Thomas J. Galbraith is born in Pennsylvania. He became the first elected Judge for the Fifth Judicial District of Montana in 1889 and served until 1893. October...

 

Pool Shark Report: Week of 10/20/2022

Week of 10-20-2022 TEAM Kbar #1: 14 wins 3 lost Mint #2: 13 wins 4 lost MEN Will Bowen: 4 wins 0 loss Gordy Lyons: 4 wins 0 loss Ernie Smith: 4 wins 0 loss WOMEN Leslie Dyson: 3 wins 1 lost Dorothy Griffith: 2 wins 2 lost Ellen Wagner: 2 wins 2...

 

GJP Carnival Brings in $700+ for Local Causes

The Gold Junction Presents Carnival was moved into the Borden's conference room due to weather, but over 700 tickets were sold for the twelve games held inside, ran by local organizations and...

 

Third Graders Receive Dictionaries

The Whitehall Rotary Club completed their annual distribution in October of dictionary/reference books to local third graders. Third grade students in Harrison, Cardwell and Whitehall receive the...

 

Montana Old Time Fiddle Jam at Mint November 6

The Montana Old Time Fiddlers will present an Old Time Fiddle Jam at the Mint Bar at 1 E. Legion in uptown Whitehall, on Sunday, November 6th, from 2 to 6 PM. The program is free and open to the public, and dancing is encouraged! Guitar, Mandolin,...

 

Cardwell School to Present MCT's Little Mermaid Friday, October 28

Audiences of all ages will get a fresh look at an age-old favorite this Friday, October 28 at 6 pm, when the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and more than 34 local students present THE LITTLE MERMAID at the Cardwell School Gym. The local cast...

 

Transitions at St. James Physical Therapy Clinic

On Monday, October 24, the St. James Physical Therapy Clinic in Whitehall said goodbye and thank you to Gus Trost, who has been a staple at the center since 2007. Trost has accepted a position at St....

 

Between the Stacks: 10/26/2022

Our Homeschool Roundup has decided to meet every other week in November to do different types of activities and network with others around the area. If you are a homeschooled family and would like to attend, just drop in. The dates in November are...

 

CHILI CONTEST WINNER

Rich Shepard was awarded Judge's choice for his chili at Whitehall's Fall Festival before he was dragged off by zombies. The people's choice winner were Ron & Laurie Stolba....

 

SCARECROW CONTEST WINNERS

High Peaks Federal Credit Union came in first place for People's Choice with 59 votes, followed closely by the KBar with 56 votes. Judges Choice was awarded to Freedom Floral....

 

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