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Articles from the November 23, 2022 edition

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 By MARTA VARELA    News    November 23, 2022 

Here Come the Holidays: Montana Style

Snow is falling, the air is crisp, day by day more twinkling lights appear, and kids are trying hard to behave; all signs of Christmas drawing near. As soon as that spirit hits, there's a Santa...

 

Whitehall Sustainability Committee Grant Cycle Open

The Whitehall Sustainability Committee (WSC), with oversight from Golden Sunlight Mine, was formed in 2022 to help Golden Sunlight rank community projects in the Whitehall area by a local advisory group. In 2022 the WSC funded $135,000 worth of...

 

Dear Editor: Thanksgiving Message from Senator Daines

Dear Editor, As a fifth-generation Montanan, I didn’t choose Montana — Montana chose me. Over 100 years ago, my great-great-grandmother homesteaded 23 miles east of Conrad, and that’s how my family made it to the Last Best Place. And I’ll...

 

Dear Editor: ESG

Dear Editor, A new alphabet soup set of initials has been floating around recently, ESG (Environment, Social, Governance). Simply put, this is the cooperation of the United Nations, countries, and corporations to change the world. Obviously, it is...

 

Thought Provokers: 11/23/2022

Nuclear reactors are glorified steam engines. People only defend the hyper-wealthy because they hope to be in the same boat one day A grilled cheese cut in two triangles hits differently than one cut in two rectangles. When you travel, people seem... Full story

 

Montana Decides: Congrats, Considerations, and a Clarification

Much like vote counting results in some places around the country, I am a little slow on delivery. However, local elections are officially in the rearview mirror. Approximately 58 percent of...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: November Part II

NOVEMBER, PART II In November 1896, the elections were over, and people were able to focus on other concerns. In the West, flooding in the Coeur d'Alene area was of great concern with 100 cords of...

 
 By RITA BROWN    Community    November 23, 2022 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 11/19/1997

November 19, 1997 Two bags containing over $8,000 in alleged drug money confiscated during a drug raid near Whitehall were stolen from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office sometime between October 23 and October 25. During a raid on a mobile home...

 
 By STEVIE CROISANT    News    November 23, 2022 

We Are HER Live Podcast Fundraiser December 3rd

It's no secret that mental health resources in rural Montana are few and far between. And in a small town like Whitehall, driving to Butte or Bozeman to access mental health services doesn't always... Full story

 

George Melvin Armstrong, 84

George Melvin Armstrong, Jr. went to be with His Lord and Savior on November 16, 2022, surrounded by his family who loved him dearly. He was born the second of six children to George and Juanita Armst... Full story

 

This Month in Montana History: November

November 18th 1864, 158 years ago: Prospector James E. Riley claims rights to the land that will be Boulder Hot Springs. By 1867, he will construct a crude bathhouse and tavern that is a far cry from the opulent Queen Anne-style building that exists...

 

Between the Stacks: 11/23/2022

The Library will be closed for Thanksgiving both Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th. We will be open the rest of the week for regular hours and programming. The book drop will also be...

 
 By EVE BYRON    Community    November 23, 2022 

New Book Traces Montana History's Paper Trail

Collector and historian Thomas Minckler spent a half-century gathering 19th and early 20th-century letters and documents, vintage photographs, rare books, and paintings. He's sharing those...

 

Jefferson Valley Fine Arts Adopts Mission, Vision

Jefferson Valley Fine Arts in Whitehall has recently adopted a formal mission and vision. The MISSION, simply being to provide the opportunity to area artists to exhibit their talents in a local event. Artist participation is key for JVFA to...

 
 By JON EBELT    Community    November 23, 2022 

Be Antibiotics Aware: Smart Use, Best Care

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials are urging Montanans to be aware of the importance of appropriate antibiotic use during U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week Nov. 18-24, 2022. This is an annual observance that provides...

 

St. James Receives Performance Leadership Award

As part of the National Rural Health Day celebration, St. James Healthcare, now part of Intermountain Healthcare, has been recognized with a 2022 Performance Leadership Award for excellence in Outcomes. Compiled by The Chartis Center for Rural...

 

Send a Support Our Troops® Care Package

Support Our Troops® Care Packages enhance the morale and well-being of the deployed troops worldwide by seeking, receiving, and shipping care boxes containing items specifically requested by them....

 

Application Cycles Open for Motorized, Non-Motorized Outdoor Recreation Grants

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is accepting applications for more than $1.3 million in recreation grants. Applications will be accepted for the Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program, the Montana Trail Stewardship Grant Program and the Summer Motorized...

 

Game Wardens Seek Information on Deer Killed Illegally at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

Game wardens with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are seeking information on a deer that was killed illegally at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park. Sometime between the afternoon of Friday, Nov. 11, and Saturday, Nov. 12, a deer was shot in the...

 

Shooting Range Development Grant Cycle Open

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks announces that the application period to apply for a Shooting Range Improvement Grant is now open. Completed applications must be received no later than Feb. 1, 2023. Montana's Shooting Range Grant Program,...

 

COUSIN CLEAVON'S REDNECK COOKING: The Truth About What Grandma Cooks

Due to the genetics in my family, I am autistic and very OCD, which makes certain things obsessively important to me. Therefore, in the interest of truth and honesty, I feel it is my duty to expose all the supposedly innocent grandmas who serve...

 

Creating Fiction From History: 11/23/2022

She coulda been a contender!! Ginger Woodbridge might have been the first great female boxer, but as the case may be, the little fighter, born Virginia Woodbridge on a cold Winter's day in 1919, would...

 

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report: Week of 11/13/2022

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13 07:20:09 Animal: Hwy 287 18:31:33 Follow Up: Hwy 55 19:00:53 Stranded Motorist 20:10:54 Traffic Stop: A St 20:38:09 Traffic Stop: N Whitehall St 21:11:07 Traffic Stop: N Whitehall St 21:19:58 Traffic Stop: N Whitehall St MONDAY,...

 

Horoscopes: Week of 11/23/2022

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 You have energy to release this week, Aries. But you are not sure if the world is ready for you. Don’t expect the same reaction from everyone when you interact. TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 Something in your life that seems ordinary on...

 

Whitehall TV Channel 49.1: Week of 11/24/2022

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24 5:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 6:00PM THIS OLD HOUSE 6:30PM ASK THIS OLD HOUSE 7:00PM BROADCHURCH PT 7 8:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 9:00PM AMANPOUR & COMPANY 10:00PM BROADCHURCH PT 8 11:00PM ASK THIS OLD HOUSE 11:30PM BROADCHURCH PT 8 FRIDAY,...

 

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