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 By Kristine Erinn    Community    July 21, 2021 

Name to a Face: Dan Hagerty

Dan Hagerty is a Montanan through and through. Born in Colbon, where his family has been for generations, he grew up in Jefferson County, attending school at Clancy Elementary and Jefferson High...

 
 By Bill Pullman    Community    July 21, 2021 

Gold Junction Presents Seeks Support

“Something to do” is often hard to find in rural communities like ours so we’ve formed Gold Junction Presents (GJP) to help in the search. GJP is a non-profit recently established in Whitehall whose mission is to bring the arts in all of its fo...

 

WHS Booster Club Cornhole Tournament On Saturday

The Whitehall High School Booster Club will be sponsoring a Cornhole tournament at Frontier days on Saturday, July 24. This will be a fun tournament in front of the K-Bar on Legion Street. There will be sixteen teams – the tournament will be single...

 

Sign-In Scheduled for Art Exhibit

Artists from the Jefferson Valley area are welcome to exhibit their fine art and photography during the Whitehall Frontier Days. Art will be accepted at the Borden Conference Room on Thursday July 22, 2021 between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. An exhibit fee of...

 

Parade Looking for More Entries!

“Rediscover Whitehall” on Saturday, July 24th at 11 a.m. with a festive parade! Parade entries are still being accepted and the Whitehall Chamber is hoping to make the 2021 parade the biggest yet! Registration forms are available at...

 

Show Us Your Talent at Friday's Talent Show

Whitehall non-profit Gold Junction Presents, whose mission is to present the arts in all of its forms, is bringing back the Whitehall Frontier Days Talent Show and is looking for talents of all shapes, styles, and from all ages! Do you line dance...

 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: July

JULY 18, 1996 Frontier Days ’96 will feature many of the events people have come to love over the years as well as a few newcomers. The largest “newcomer” will be the NRA professional rodeo to be held at the Whitehall rodeo arena. Featuring...

 

Between the Stacks: 7/21/2021

This has been such a week of giving to the Whitehall Community Library! It started out with Roger Steerman and Jarrin Cheuvront framing the outside space for our new bench. Then 4 Rivers Concrete...

 
 By Arlene Weber    Community    July 21, 2021 

Rotarians Clean Up Historic Fish Pond Area

Members of the Whitehall Rotary Pond did some sprucing up around the fishpond in anticipation of the Frontier Days weekend....

 
 By Bethel Wagner    Community    July 21, 2021 

Metabolism & Energy Reset Class Starting Soon

Do you struggle with stubborn weight that just won't budge, no matter what you do? Does your energy crash mid-morning or mid-afternoon? Or maybe you feel like you need a few cups of coffee in the...

 
 By Arlene Weber    Community    July 21, 2021 

Johnsons Receive Rotary Club Award

Rich and Lonna Johnson are the latest recipients of the Whitehall Rotary Club's Wheelchair Award in recognition of their community service through the Saddle Club and numerous youth activities. Since...

 

Gallatin Valley 10U Baseball Headed to Regionals

Gallatin Valley's 10U All Stars baseball team became the first Gallatin Valley team to win the State Tournament in the organizations 20+ year history. Ten boys from Manhattan, Amsterdam, Three Forks,...

 

Extension Office: Probate: What Does It Accomplish

WHEN A PERSON DIES, WITH OR WITHOUT A WILL, Montana law provides a legal process determining the market value of real and personal property and their distribution to appropriate parties. One procedure, termed probate, takes place in the district...

 

Caverns Friday Summer Speaker Series: Foragers Dilemma: For All Ages & Expertise

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park will host a free talk entitled ‘Foragers Dilemma: For All Ages and Expertise’ on Friday, July 23, at 8 p.m. in the park’s campground amphitheater. This talk will cover plant identification techniques to help...

 

THE CHOSEN Being Shown This August at Star Theatre

Since its debut episode in December 2017, THE CHOSEN has become the most successful crowd-funded TV series in history. According to THE CHOSEN app, which is available on the App Store, the show has ov...

 

Whitehall TV Channel 49.1: Week of 7/22/2021

THURSDAY, JULY 22 5:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 6:00PM THIS OLD HOUSE 6:30PM ASK THIS OLD HOUSE 7:00PM UNFORGOTTEN ON MASTERPIECE PT 2 8:00PM PBS NEWSHOUR 9:00PM AMANPOUR & COMPANY 10:00PM THIS OLD HOUSE 10:30PM ASK THIS OLD HOUSE 11:00PM PROFESSOR T “A...

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Celebrate a Classic Sandwich that Goes by Many Names

Even though making sandwiches usually does not involve any cooking, that doesn’t mean layering flavors and selecting quality meats and cheeses involves any less intuition and skill. One of the most...

 

A Fair of the Heart, Jefferson County Fair & Rodeo: It's More Fun When You're a Part of It!

The Jefferson County Fair & Rodeo is even more fun when you are a part of it! The Jefferson County Fair Board is looking for help with the 2021 Jefferson County Fair & Rodeo held August 25-29 at the Recreation Park south of Boulder. There are many wa...

 

Jefferson County Sheriff's Report: Week of 7/11/2021

SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2021 00:50 Traffic Stop: W 2nd Ave 01:37 Fire Alarm: Ballard Ln 02:44 Traffic Stop: WB ramp 09:11 Animal: I-90 09:25 Animal: Yellowstone Trl 12:11 Motor Vehicle: I-90 14:52 Medical: W First St 16:14 Reckless Driver: I-90 18:42...

 

This Week's "Change That Up" Tip...Self-Discipline

Instant gratification. It’s the path that most people choose, often without even batting an eye. But most of the time, that choice is the direct enemy of the true path to success and fulfillment: self-discipline. Self-discipline is doing what you...

 

Introducing a New Fiction Column

When I first took over the Whitehall Ledger I thought long and hard on how you could bring creative writing into the newspaper world. There are so many talented writers who live among us, I wanted to provide an outlet to them as well. Well, I think...

 

Creating Fiction from History: Railroad Wreck

It was a load crash. Only a few people had heard it at the time because, well, there were not a lot of people around. Old Jimmy Hennson and his two sons rushed out of their little farmhouse across...

 

JeffCo Health Board Update: 7/14/2021

This year has been one like no other. It has been exhausting. There have been long work hours filled with stressful experiences. It has been difficult to maintain healthy habits. Getting enough rest has been especially challenging. Last week I took...

 

Gibson Gives Raises Over $2.5 Million Dollars Worldwide, Exceeds Expectations in Mission to Give the Gift of Music One Guitar at a Time

In July-2019, Gibson re-launched its philanthropic arm Gibson Gives--and upon its two-year anniversary, Gibson Gives is proud to announce it has raised over $2.5 million dollars worldwide through its...

 
 By Bill Lanes    Community    July 14, 2021

Connecting Point: Coming Face to Face with Jesus

Most of us remember a time or two when our behavior was haughty and arrogant. Today’s meditation takes aim at the condition of being proud that usually causes such behavior. Again, I’m focusing on Jesus’s parable contrasting the Pharisee and...

 

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