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Miss Montana Visits Whitehall

Miss Montana Laural Haller made a stop in Whitehall last week to speak to students. Haller was promoting Own Your Movement during her Crown to Classroom Tour....

 

Town pump matching funds to food banks

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 17th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana, including Whitehall Area Food Pantry and Jeffco Food Share in Boulder. A record-setting 84 food...

 

Between the Stacks

What a beautiful fall we are having! To celebrate this great time of the year Hal Stearns, historian, storyteller, and guide will be presenting his program "Montana Towns: Then, Now, Tomorrow" at the Library at 6:30 p.m. on October 24th. According to...

 

JVCF hosts grant awards

Since 2002, the Jefferson Valley Community Foundation has awarded 107 grants to 39 non-profits in the local area for a total of $151,139. At a special ceremony last Thursday night in Whitehall, the...

 

After school students give back

Throughout the year, students Whitehall School's 21st Century Community Learning Center's After School Program take part in a variety of worthwhile activities. Last Thursday, the students made a trip...

 

Rotary club dinner, dance October 28

The Whitehall Rotary Club, with help from the Whitehall High School Interact Club, is holding their annual family friendly Fall Harvest Dinner/Dance on Sunday, October 28 at the Whitehall Community Center. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and music will...

 

Jefferson Valley History expanding

The Jefferson Valley Museum has been collecting the history of our valley for more than two decades. There are records of settlers from the mid-1860s forward. But, human habitation of the valley goes...

 

Between the Stacks

This is the last month to view the Kimono exhibit at the Library. For those of you who have already enjoyed this beautiful exhibit, Keiko will be presenting a program on their history as well as...

 

Fall Festival Saturday in Whitehall

Ann Palmer can remember several years ago when the Whitehall area community would come together on an annual basis to celebrate a large fall festival. This weekend a similar event will return to Whitehall with Saturday’s Homegrown 406 Fall...

 

Homecoming week in Whitehall

With a theme of "Road Trip to Victory", it's once again Homecoming Week at Whitehall High School. A busy week of activities at the Whitehall Schools include dress up days, spirit competitions, stick...

 

JVCF grant cycle in full swing, 2017 grantee tour last week

The fall grant cycle for the Jefferson Valley Community Foundation is now in full swing. Grant applications are due from area non-profits by September 30, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.; they may be mailed or...

 

Another successful year for 4-H Working Ranch Horse Program

By Christy Todd Ranch Horse Leader The 4-H Working Ranch Horse Program has had another successful year for exhibitors participating in the Madison-Jefferson County Fair. This year's show was held...

 

A summer season to celebrate the past

How did Whitehall come by its name? Who owned the first car in Whitehall? Who was the first woman elected to the National Congress who also taught school in Whitehall? These and many other questions...

 

Great turnout at Jefferson County Fair

Jefferson County Fair Board members are very pleased with last week's event. "It was a banner year for the number of people who attended the fair and rodeo on Saturday. We lucked out on the...

 

Davis art exhibit open house September 9

The historic Boulder Hot Springs has invited local resident, Kathleen Davis, to exhibit her artwork from September 1 until late October. An open house reception will take place September 9 from noon...

 

Zeb Antonioli takes trip to New Zealand

A Carroll College bound Whitehall resident had the opportunity of a lifetime earlier this summer when he traveled to New Zealand with a 4-H Cultural Exchange program. Zeb Antonioli recently took part...

 

Firefighters thank store volunteers

The Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department took time last week to thank a local organization whose recent donation helped significantly with a recent remodel at the fire hall. The department hosted a...

 

Pool Pals hosting "Dive In" event

It's pretty safe to say that swimming and going to the movies are a hit with most families. This Friday night local residents will have the chance to do both at the Whitehall Community Pool. Pool Pals Inc. is hosting a "Dive In" fundraiser Friday,...

 

Sign up for the Jefferson County Fair

The 2018 Jefferson County Fair and Rodeo, "A Fair of the Heart," is August 22 to 26 at the Jefferson County Recreation Park, one-half mile south of Boulder. Jefferson County Fair Board member Megan Dawson urges people to enter fair exhibits. "We...

 

Between the Stacks

The Library would like to give a big thank you to Deb Niedermeyer for her wonderful QuickBooks workshop last week. The workshop was funded by the Montana Department of Transportation DBE program. Thank you so much Shannon! There was a great turn out...

 

Celebrating 100 years

It didn't take long for a large crowd to gather last Saturday at the 100th Anniversary Celebration at Cardwell School. Shortly after 10:30 a.m., the school gymnasium was packed with former students,...

 

Frontier Days Packs the Fun

There was a huge crowd last week for the Frontier Days celebration in Whitehall. Pictured is some of the fun that took place July 27 and 28. See more about Frontier Days in the print edition of the...

 

In the eye of the artist: A moment captured in time

In 2015 Michele Franich and Kerry Kraha launched a dream of a Community Art Show and the first two person show was held. Soon Michelle Tebay was added to the roster which grew rapidly to 30 artists...

 

"Love's Labour's Lost entertains Whitehall

Dear gentle and kindly citizens of the township of Whitehall gather round for I have a tale to tell of vows and scheming and cunning and love. T'was a mellow day the day of the 28th of July when the...

 

Frontier Days packs busy schedule

It's once again time for Frontier Days in Whitehall. The popular annual event is scheduled for Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28 in downtown Whitehall. One of the many organizers, Chamber of Comme...

 

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