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Whitehall Oral History Program A Success

The first Oral History program was held at the Jefferson Valley Museum on Wednesday, September 21st. At least 15 attendees listened to the recorded interview between Roy Milligan, Sr. and Bernard May...

 

Whitehall Garden Club Meeting October 5

Autumn is in the air! The October meeting of the Whitehall Garden Club is Wednesday, October 5 in Borden's conference room. Everyone is welcome to join us for coffee, treats, and conversation at 9:30 AM with the meeting starting at 10 AM. Following...

 

Sincerely Paul Produce Available September 27th

Sincerely Paul of Whitehall will have produce boxes, as well as TEFAP applications, available on Wednesday, September 27th. The crew from Sincerely Paul hopes to have food available for pick up by 1 PM at the Assembly of God Church, located at 6...

 

Finishing Stretch for Whitehall's First Replacement Mural

The month of October is an exciting time for those involved in the Whitehall Mural Project. Artist Kit Mather has been working diligently day after day and essentially has given up her entire summer...

 

Between the Stacks: 9/28/2022

I can't believe it is almost October already! The big news is that PBSKids is throwing a party for Daniel Tiger on October 5th at 10 AM and everyone is invited to come. There will be stories, games, t...

 

Whitehall Route UPS Driver Embraces Early Retirement

He’s the friendly face you see most days as your many Amazon packages and whatnot are delivered right to your door, but as of October 6, Sean Byrnes will be resting and relaxing in retirement....

 

Screams Come True Seeking Sponsors for '22

Screams Come True has been scaring kids and adults every October and we are excited to begin building the 2022 installation! Yes, Screams Come True is in its FOURTH year!! New in '22, an escape room...

 

WHS Homecoming Bonfire

BONFIRE FUN: Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department helped the Whitehall Trojans light an arrow to ignite the Homecoming Bonfire, held Thursday, September 22 near the tennis courts....

 

Turn Over a New Leaf – Give Blood This Fall

As we mark the first days of fall, the American Red Cross is asking the public to start the season off with a lifesaving blood donation. While the leaves turn, the need for blood never changes. Those who give this fall play an important role in...

 

Whitehall Food Pantry Open House October 11

The Whitehall Food Pantry, located at 110 South Division Street in Whitehall, will host an Open House on Tuesday, October 11 from 6:30 - 8 PM. Pantry coordinator Cara Sacry said she is excited to let...

 

Classical Music at Star Theatre October 8

Whitehall non-profit Gold Junction Presents (GJP) is bringing an evening of classical music to the Star Theatre on Saturday, October 8 at 7 PM. This program is free to the public; donations are accepted and appreciated. Members of the Bozeman...

 

MONTANA PARK OF THE WEEK Madison Buffalo Jump

Take a picnic and hike to the top of a buffalo jump for impressive views of the Madison River Valley. Buffalo bones still lie buried at the cliff's base, and archaeologists have located the tipi...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 9/24/1997

September 24, 1997 A federal grand jury issued federal indictments against the four individuals apprehended during the August 6th drug raid south of Whitehall. Jason Schwartz and his wife Theresa Jo Schwartz, Mitch Bakken, and Eric Decker, were all c...

 

Our Town 100 Years Ago - September Part II

During the second half of September in 1896, there was a dynamite plot against Queen Victoria, and a war was raging in Europe with reports of an organized massacre of civilians. Here in Montana...

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Roasted Pumpkin Soup with Pumpkin Crisps

Cooler weather arrives just as prime entertaining season heats up. Those who will be hosting gatherings soon can expand their recipe repertoire to feed guests and keep them satisfied. Borrowing some flavors from the season can make entertaining festi...

 

Creating Fiction from History: 9/28/2022

Carlene Switzer, possibly pictured here, might have grown up to become one of the most infamous rum-runners in the South. Now, you might be thinking that should be 'moonshiner', but no, Carlene,...

 

Whitehall TV Channel 49.1: Week of 9/29/2022

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 5:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 6:00PM THIS OLD HOUSE 6:30PM ASK THIS OLD HOUSE 7:00PM BROADCHURCH PT 8 8:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 9:00PM AMANPOUR & COMPANY 10:00PM BROADCHURCH PT 8 11:00PM LA OTRA MIRADA: PORTRAITS IN PASTEL TONES FRIDAY,...

 

GJP Juggling & Tightrope Walking Workshop

Almost a dozen participants learned how to juggle and tightrope walk at the juggling workshop with Russell Davis, brought to Whitehall by Gold Junction Presents (GJP)....

 

Holstein Ready to Instill Pride of Craftsmanship in WHS Trojans

To say Rich Holstein has embraced Whitehall High School is an understatement - he's Trojan Pride to the fullest. Holstein, who is the new Industrial Arts teacher at WHS, has always had a "god-given gi...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 9/17/1997

September 17, 1997 Stacey Ness, the 11-year-old sixth-grade daughter of Tom and Sanya Ness of Whitehall, died Saturday, September 13 after a farm accident south of Whitehall. Ness was riding in a hay swather on the Bill Gillespie ranch when the...

 

This Month in Montana History: September

September 17, 1851; 171 years ago: The Fort Laramie Treaty is signed by representatives of the United States, Cheyenne, Sioux, Arapaho, Crow, Assiniboine, Mandan, Hidasta, and Arikara nations. The...

 

Creating Fiction from History: 9/21/2022

The year was 1930. Even with all the hubbub going on further east over the stock market crash of the year previous, the jazz scene in Milwaukee was going strong! Now known as Bronzeville, the jazz...

 

Whitehall Garden Club News - September

WHOOO Gives A HOOOOT? September's Whitehall Garden Club meeting was very well attended, including several guests/visitors. A bountiful brunch table was set with a beautiful array of fresh fruits,...

 

Between the Stacks: 9/21/2022

Don't forget the presentation on teen homelessness by Diane Nilan and Pat LaMarche on September 21st at 6 PM. They are nationally known speakers and filmmakers who are dedicated to educating the...

 

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