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On Air: Liberty Place Radio Show Brings the House Down

Lights on V: On Air was presented to a full house at the Star Theatre on Thursday, May 19. Liberty Place residents and guest performers presented two live radio drama shows, similar in style to A...

 

Whitehall Happiness Corner: 5/28/2022

CARROLL COLLEGE: On Saturday, May 14, 2022, Carroll College conferred degrees on 228 graduates of the class of 2022 during its 112th commencement ceremony held in Nelson Stadium. The following graduates are from the Whitehall area: HARRISON: Lane E....

 

Whitehall Music Places at Competition, Enjoys Silverwood

The Whitehall Middle School and High School band and choir students competed, placing for the first time in almost a decade, and then experienced the joys of Silverwood on May 14....

 

Whitehall Schools Counselors & Nurses Check-In: May 2022

Elementary Counselor Well, we’ve come to the close of yet another fantastic year! Hopefully, your kids are armed with conflict resolution skills and emotional regulation tools that will last their whole lives…or at least through the dog days of...

 
 By TOM HARRINGTON    Community    May 25, 2022 

Whitehall Veterans Memorial Day Service May 28

The Whitehall American Legion Post #24 and the Ralph Sullender Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #4603 will have a Memorial Day service in the veteran’s area of the Whitehall cemetery at 10 AM on Monday, May 30. A special recognition of World War I...

 

Programs at Caverns Begin Memorial Day Weekend

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park is kicking off its interpretive program season over Memorial Day weekend. The birds and the bees have returned to the park, and AmeriCorps member Taryn Eveland will present a program titled “The Birds & The Bees...

 

Cardwell Outing to OWLS

CARDWELL OUTING: Cardwell School students took a field trip to the Outdoor Wilderness Living School, LLC (OWLS) at River Camp on McKeown Lane. Here Tom Elpel is speaking in front of the...

 
 By REBECCA LAWTON    Community    May 25, 2022 

Something Montana Should Consider? A Water-Stressed Valley Needs to Curb Development

In my drought- and fire-plagued home valley, 40 miles north of San Francisco, a debate has been simmering for decades over a massive development planned on state-owned property. The conflict is focused on nearly 1,000 acres of rural and wildland in...

 

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park Announces June Interpretive Programs

Every Friday, Saturday, and Monday in June, Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park will offer interpretive programs that cover the amazing plants, animals, and geology outside of the cave. The park’s Friday Night Speaker Series takes place at the...

 
 By JEANNIE FERRISS    Community    May 25, 2022 

Between the Stacks: 5/25/2022

Happy Memorial Day to everyone! As usual, the Library will be closed on Monday, May 30, for the holiday. We will be open the rest of the week for the usual hours. Summer Reading sign-up will begin June 6 for “Oceans of Possibilities.” The...

 
 By RITA BROWN    Community    May 25, 2022 

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 5/21/1997

May 21, 1997 The Whitehall Business Association (WBA) spent most of its regular meeting on May 15 planning Whitehall’s premier summer event: Frontier Days. In other action, the WBA voted to approve a raffle to raise funds for the association and...

 
 By PAM HANNA RN    Community    May 25, 2022 

JeffCo Health Department Update: May 2022

Jefferson County Public Health is moving to automated COVID-19 contact tracing beginning Wednesday, June 1, 2022. We are moving away from universal contact tracing and will now send SMS text messages to positive COVID-19 individuals in our county....

 
 By ARLENE WEBER    Community    May 25, 2022 

Our Town 100 Years Ago: May 1922 Part II

What were some of the national headlines in late May 1896? Some are similar to today: Twisters in the mid-west, election irregularities in Alabama, the U.S. House delaying any decisions on immigration measures, people campaigning for seats in...

 

Hippert Ready for Family Time After 11 Years with Whitehall Public Transportation

After more than a decade with Whitehall Public Transportation (WPT) and Liberty Place, Paula Hippert will bid farewell to her career on June 30, 2022, and begin to focus on retirement. Kind of. "I'll...

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Jack Kerouac's Margarita

Margaritas are wildly popular cocktails that can be enjoyed in standard and frozen varieties. Typically made with tequila and lime juice, margaritas lend a tropical flair to most any occasion and are...

 

MONTANA PARK OF THE WEEK: Logan State Park

Logan State Park was established in 1967 to support local outdoor recreation like water sports and camping. Bring your friends and family to relax and have fun at this comfortable spot for swimming, b...

 

Whitehall TV Channel 49.1: Week of 5/26/2022

Whitehall Low Power TV will live televise the commencement ceremonies on Channel 49.2 on Sunday, May 29 at 2 PM. It will also be video streamed online at www.streamingaudiosolutions.com on Whitehall events for out-of-town viewing. THURSDAY, MAY 26...

 

Gallatin Composite Squadron Assists in Whitehall

On the morning of May 14, Civil Air Patrol (CAP) members of the Gallatin Composite Squadron traveled to Whitehall Montana to assist with traffic control during the town's first 5K Fun Run. During the...

 
 By PAM HANNA RN    Community    May 18, 2022

JeffCo Health Department Update: 5/18/2022

Public Health is many things. It is clean air and water, safe schools, mental health, emergency preparedness, disease surveillance, and promotion of healthy lifestyles. The work of public health is achieved by preventing illness and injury and...

 
 By CHICK BRUCE    Community    May 18, 2022

Celebrate Clancy Days June 4th

The Clancy Days celebration is scheduled for Saturday, June 4th, 2022. Clancy will be celebrating this annual community event, with the theme this year of "Proving Up!" Each year, the Clancy...

 

Between the Stacks: 5/18/2022

Mystery Book Club will meet on Tuesday, May 24 at 5 PM this month. Speaking of book clubs, I have a group of 4th -8th graders who want to start a new book club at the Library. They will be discussing the latest in young adult literature as well as...

 
 By RITA BROWN    Community    May 18, 2022

Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 5/14/1997

May 14, 1997 Trojan Educator of the Week was Diane Larsen, the Whitehall K-6 secretary. Mrs. Larsen has been the secretary for three years and is greatly appreciated for her efforts. Mrs. Larsen and her husband, Bruce, have two children - Kurt and...

 
 By ARLENE WEBER    Community    May 18, 2022

Our Town 100 Years Ago: May Part 1

One would think that things were a lot different back in 1896, and in many ways they were. But, some things were much like today. In May 1896, headlines included destructive tornadoes in Kansas, a fire in a Colorado town that left at least 2000...

 
 By MARTA VARELA    Community    May 18, 2022

Cottage Industries - Montana Style: Covenant Gardens

Beginning in early May, Whitehall can expect to see Amy Martin at the corner of Legion and Division Streets, Thursday through Saturday, her SUV filled with spring veggies and garden plants, ready for...

 

We Are Her Meets & Exceeds $10,000 Give Big Goal

Wow! All I can think is just how incredibly powerful the We Are HER Community is. On May 5 and 6, We Are HER had our biggest fundraiser of the year - Give Big Gallatin Valley. During Give Big, we set...

 

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