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 By TERRY MINOW    News    August 10, 2022 

It's Almost Jefferson County Fair Time! Plan Your Entries!

The 2022 Jefferson County Fair and Rodeo, "A Fair of the Heart," is August 25-28 at the Jefferson County Recreation Park, one-half mile south of Boulder. Jefferson County Fair Board member Megan...

 

Rockin' The Rivers This Weekend at the Bridge

For the past two decades, Rockin' the Rivers has been held just outside of Three Forks, Montana, on a 140-acre venue that comes complete with a natural amphitheater. This happens to be the perfect...

 

Getting the Most out of Summer Learning: Books and Encouragement Make All the Difference

When children are invited to pick out their own books to keep from a wide variety of titles, they are more likely to read over the summer months. Reading a number of engaging, age and reading-level appropriate books over the summer can make a big...

 

Whitehall Resident & Montana Science Center Staffer, Becomes Cyborg

On Thursday, July 28, 2022, Whitehall resident Tim Schober became a cyborg. Well, not fully cyborg, but he did volunteer to have an RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) chip implanted into his hand,...

 

Whitehall Community Pool Seeking Your Support

Summer is in full swing and it's hard to find a friend, neighbor, or young one who hasn’t enjoyed the Whitehall Community Pool this summer. Not only does the pool provide a great place to cool down...

 

Western Legacy Center's Montana Made Gift Shop Open

While the museum portion of the Western Legacy Center (WLC) is still in the planning and implementation stages, the Montana Made gift shop within the WLC recently opened its doors to its first custome...

 

Whitehall's Wild West Frontier Days Recap

Whitehall's biggest weekend, the annual Frontier Days celebration, went off without a hitch this past weekend. So many activities occurred throughout the town that it's hard to keep track of them...

 
 By KAITLYN AGUILES    News    July 27, 2022

Butte's An Ri Ra Event Back After Two Year Hiatus; Raffle Tickets on Sale

It's a hop, step, and clap to An Ri Ra's big return! “You know we’re kind of wondering if we remember how to do this; if we can remember how to put on a show,” said Kerrie Hall. Kerrie Hall is...

 

Frontier Days Recap To Begin Airing on Channel 49.2 Beginning July 28th

Whitehall Low Power TV will start playing back the Frontier Days Recap on Thursday the 28th at 1 PM, 3 PM, 5 PM, and 7 PM on Whitehall PBS TV channel 49.2. It will play every day at these times for the following week. The playback will include the...

 

All Agree, But Where Should It Be?

At the public forum concerning the proposed Whitehall playground, held Tuesday, July 12, over a dozen residents voiced their desire to have a public playground for the town. The main question of the evening? Where? Town Clerk Allissa Christensen has...

 

King Lear on the Main Street Green

SHAKESPEARIAN NIGHT: The Montana State University Shakespeare in the Park's presentation of King Lear was viewed by over a hundred who braved the winds and sudden smoke from the southwest, only to be...

 

Master Plan Draft Available for Comment

After nearly a year of development, the first draft of the Whitehall TAax Increment Fund Master Plan has its first draft, as provided by Stahly Engineering. The Whitehall Tax Increment Fund (WTIF) Board and a steering committee have been working...

 
 By CHRIS BORTON    News    July 20, 2022

Garden Tour at Sage Mountain Center in Whitehall July 23

Enjoy a drive into the mountains to see the beautiful high-altitude gardens of Sage Mountain Center. July 23, Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, located off Toll Mtn. Rd. between Butte and Whitehall, off...

 

Master Plan Draft Available for Comment

After nearly a year of development, the first draft of the Whitehall TAax Increment Fund Master Plan has its first draft, as provided by Stahly Engineering. The Whitehall Tax Increment Fund (WTIF) Board and a steering committee have been working...

 

Copper K Fiber Fest This Saturday and Sunday

Looking for a new hobby? Want to make your own Christmas presents this year? The Copper K Fiber Festival is the place to learn, and they have a great selection of workshops to choose from. A destinati...

 

Shakespeare in the Park Presents King Lear on the 18th

Born from aspirations to bring the timeless tales of William Shakespeare directly to rural and under-served communities, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has been enriching the lives of people in Mont...

 

Get Prepared for Frontier Days 2022

It's Not Too Late to Exhibit Your Fine Art: Jefferson Valley Fine Arts has announced it is not too late to exhibit your fine art and photography in their Frontier Days art exhibit in Whitehall being...

 

Town Working on Annual Budgets, Preparing for Upcoming Events

At the July monthly meeting of the Whitehall Town Council, held Monday, July 11, budgets were the item on everyone’s mind. From the town clerk to the county commission, as well as all the committees, budgets were being finalized, discussed, and...

 
 By ELIZABETH PULLMAN    News    July 6, 2022

Public Forum for Proposed Playground July 12 at 6 PM

A public forum for a proposed playground available to all Whitehall residents and those passing through will be held Tuesday, July 12 at 6 PM at the Town Hall Chambers. The playground, spearheaded by...

 

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park to Host Hiring Event

Have you ever wanted to be a tour guide or work in caves? At Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, you can do both. Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park is hosting a hiring event for seasonal tour guide positions on Monday, July 11. Applicants can come to...

 
 By STEVIE THIEME    News    July 6, 2022

Applications for 2022 HER Survivor Retreat Open Until July 18

The We Are HER Survivors Retreat is a 4-day healing and educational experience in the mountains of Montana for 10 survivors. We are HER (Healed, Empowered, Restored) is a Whitehall/Cardwell-based...

 
 By MARTA VARELA    News    June 29, 2022

Southwest Montana July Festival Roundup

It's time to get out the calendars and fill in the dates for the multitude of July festivals around Southwest Montana. Whether your pleasure is fireworks, rodeos, parades, delving back into Montana's...

 

Dalmatian Toadflax Insects Available

The Whitehall Biological Control Project of Jefferson County will be collecting Dalmatian toadflax stem boring weevils (Mecinus janthiniformis) these next few weeks. These insects effect only the...

 

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