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Articles from the December 26, 2019 edition

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Officials discuss meat processing facility

Over the past few months, the idea of a Co-operative Meat Processing Facility in Jefferson County has sparked an interest from local producers, government officials, and local organizations. The idea was once again discussed last week at a joint...

 

Local stations to broadcast Lights On 3

Earlier this year, the Musical Ensembles at Liberty Place delighted local crowds with their third annual "Lights On" concert. Next week local residents will be able to relive the wonderful evening...

 

Music festival announces bands

In August of 2020 the Rockin' The Rivers Musical Festival will be celebrating their 20th year at the event held at the "Bridge" near Three Forks. To celebrate the festival scheduled for August 13 to...

 

COLUMN: Discombobulated

In a few days, people across the world will stay up until midnight to welcome the new year. I most likely will not be one of them. In fact, it has been several years since I stayed up that late that night. This was not always the case and I can...

 

Whitehall High School wrestlers strong at 2 Great Falls tournaments

The Whitehall High School wrestling team once again found success last week at the C.M.R. Holiday Classic and the Walt Trudy Currie Tournament in Great Falls. According to assistant coach Steve...

 

Whitehall opens conference play with two home wins

With two 5B District home wins last week, the Whitehall High School girls basketball team will take a perfect 5-0 record into the winter break. Sparked by a huge fourth quarter where they scored 24...

 

Trojans show offensive promise in 5B Conference openers

Going into the winter break, Whitehall High School boys basketball Head Coach Zach McLean has seen positives on the offensive end of the court, while readily admitting the team has work to do on defense. The Trojans opened 5B District play last week...

 

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