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Articles from the November 17, 2021 edition

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Cardwell General Store: New Owners & Staff, Grand Opening Saturday!

Big things are happening at the Cardwell General Store and Campground and new owners Laurie and Curt Perry want you to know all about them! "We took over ownership June 15 of this year, but at the...

 

Ledger, Arctic Heat To Host Ladies Day Out Christmas Cookie & Ornament Exchange December 10th

The Holiday season is here and the Whitehall Ledger and Arctic Heat are throwing a shindig not to be missed! On December 10th from 4PM-6PM at the Star Theatre, the Ledger and Arctic Heat will host a...

 

Thinking Ahead: How to File for County Commissioner in 2022

While the 2022 Election Calendars have not been posted yet by the Secretary of State’s office, those who are interested in filing for the position of Jefferson County Commissioner should reach out to the County Election Office in January. A...

 

Veterans Day 2021

Honoring Our Veterans...

 

MORP 2021

"PROM" Backwards...

 

5 Reasons to Celebrate the Holidays Year Round

While everyone knows my passion for Halloween, some might be surprised that I adore Christmas as well. I love Christmas cookies, singing carols, lying under the Christmas tree and looking up into the lights, and finding the perfect present for my...

 

Dear Editor: COVID Vaccines and the Truth

Dear Editor, We were saddened to see the article on the front page of your November 10th issue parroting, without question, government and pharmaceutical industry talking points regarding the safety, efficacy, and necessity of COVID vaccines for...

 

Thought Provokers: 11/17/2021

We have collectively accepted the standard of tying shoelaces, while there are so many other different ways to tie. If Apple and Android ever come together to have the same charger, the world will know peace. Sneezing while driving is honestly a near...

 
 By Jo    Opinion    November 17, 2021

Go Ask Jo: 11/17/2021

Dear Jo, I’ve got a question for you. I hope this isn’t beyond the pale or anything, but why is it becoming more and more acceptable for women, models especially, to let it all hang out so to speak, as long as that slippery little (she) devil,... Full story

 

Pool Shark Report: Week of 11/11/2021

Week of 11-11-2021 TEAM Mint #4: 15 wins, 2 losses K Bar #1: 12 wins, 5 losses Mint #2: 11 wins, 6 losses MEN Brad Babb: 4 wins, 0 lost Kevin LaFond: 4 wins, 0 lost Fred LeProwse: 4 wins, 0 lost Brian Powers: 4 wins, 0 lost WOMEN Deanna Wall: 3... Full story

 

Harrison 7th-8th Graders Learn Tanning at River Camp

On Monday, November 15 the seventh and eighth grade students of Mrs. Ehlers' Harrison School class made their way to River Camp in Cardwell to learn the traditional skills of skinning, graining, and...

 

Connecting Point: Second Helpings

Thanksgiving: a break for many; a burden to many more. I admit to being old-fashioned in this and it will be a break for most of my household, except the cook. If only the country would go back to the time of rest around the holidays. Some go hungry...

 

Cory James Casagrande, 47

In the early morning hours of October 15, 2021, Cory James Casagrande went to be with the Lord surrounded by his loved ones. Cory was born in Sheridan, MT on May 18, 1974 to the late Robert and...

 

SBA Montana Sees Loan Volume Over Double, Reaching 323 Businesses With Over $186 Million

The Montana District of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) today announced “non-COVID” loan data for fiscal year ended September 30, 2021, showing 323 Montana small businesses received over $186 million. Of these loans, 277 for...

 

Food For All With Convoy of Hope

Whitehall received a massive shipment of food during the Convoy of Hope weekend of training and resourcing with Whitehall's rural churches. Sixteen churches participated in the distribution event....

 

Creating Fiction from History: 11/17/2021

Adell Peregrine Huffman emerged into this cold, cruel world on a warm fall day in 1852. On September the 22nd of that year, the day after her parent's first anniversary, she set the stage for her...

 

Between the Stacks: 11/17/2021

We are in full Fall mode this week and there is no better way to celebrate the changing of the seasons than with Sweet Tea Tales on November 18th at 6:00 p.m. This month’s theme is Comics and Cheese. Enter your favorite cheese dish and bring a...

 

Hoagland Named Second Team District 5B All-State Volleyball

District 5B All-State selections for 2021 volleyball have been released. Whitehall Trojan Maxine Hoagland, a junior, has been named to the Second Team. Maxine is the daughter of Shawn Hoagland and Gina Ossello. FIRST TEAM: Trinity Wilson (junior)...

 

Survivors of Suicide Loss Day November 20th

Have you lost a loved one to suicide? You are not alone. Be a part of Montana’s annual International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – Saturday, November 20. This free virtual event will be held from 10 am to noon. Spend the morning with fellow...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: November, Part 1

November Part 1 The winters of 1895 and 1921-22 were nasty. Travel had improved by the 20s but a trip to Butte could still be a major undertaking. The news from 1895 is as it was written in the...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: November 21, 1996

NOVEMBER 21, 1996 Their name says it all: Whitehall High School Booster Club, but for some reason many in the community always think sports when they hear the group’s name. Perhaps it’s all of the purple shirts and hats lining the stands at...

 

NFPA Urges Added Caution When Preparing This Year's Thanksgiving Feast

As Thanksgiving fast approaches, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is urging everyone to use added caution when celebrating the holiday, as Thanksgiving Day represents the leading day for home cooking fires. More than three times as...

 

Tips to Avoid a Busted Budget This Holiday Season

From labor and product shortages to higher prices and shipping delays, this year’s holiday shopping season has the potential to be more stressful — and costly — than usual for consumers. “Despite the uncertainty and added stress brought on...

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Gluten-Free Mint Slims

What would the holidays be without decadent desserts? In fact, the season is synonymous with cookies and other baked treats, so much so that families often incorporate holiday baking into their...

 

Horoscopes: Week of 11/17/2021

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, you may not jump out of bed excited to work, but things may change in the next few days. Pleasant interactions at the workplace play a factor into your good mood. TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 Stop and smell the roses as much as...

 

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