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Articles from the October 31, 2018 edition

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 By Jack H. Smith    News    October 31, 2018

I-186 opponents discuss initiative

STOP I-186 Campaign members have been busy since mid June spreading their message about the proposed Initiative they say will have devastating impacts to both future and current mining operations as well as mining jobs in the Treasure State. STOP...

 

Rotary Club Dance brings the fun

Community members were able to help raise money and have a great time at last Sunday's Rotary Club of Whitehall Harvest Dinner/Dance. The event raised money for the club who works on such projects as...

 

Whitehall School play set for Nov. 8, 9

It's once again time for the annual fall play from the Whitehall High School drama department. The performances of "Happy Birthday Dear Grandpa" are set for Thursday, November 8 and Friday, November 9...

 

Column: 6 things...

There are days when I can produce up to 10 stories without a care in the world, and other days where I struggle to write even the lead to one. Whenever I'm struggling with a block, I will usually start with my weekly column and go from there. Sometim...

 

Miss Montana Visits Whitehall

Miss Montana Laural Haller made a stop in Whitehall last week to speak to students. Haller was promoting Own Your Movement during her Crown to Classroom Tour....

 

EDITORIAL: I-186 is a bad idea for Monatna

In a little under a week, voters in Montana will go to the polls to decide the fate of Ballot Initiative I-186. Simply put, I-186 is a horrible idea for the state. It could not only have a detrimental affect on all of Montana, the consequences would...

 

2018 General Election Results

Montana voted against two highly publicized ballot initiatives. In unofficial results from the Montana Secretary of State, voters easily defeated I-186 by a count of 229,072 to 161,440. I-185 was also defeated by a vote of 215,278 to 178,578. In...

 

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