September 2, 2015 WHITEHALL LEDGER
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This September 2, 2015 edition of the Whitehall Ledger includes information about uranium levels in local drinking water. How bad are they? What the is the town of wWhitehall doing to fix this? Also, The Jefferson County Sheriff’s
Department is currently investigating an Aug. 27 burglary at the Whitehall Senior Center. Read what Jefferson
County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Cross had to say about it.
The first day of school was extra special for two students at Whitehall Elementary. As other students were making their way to the school shortly after 8 a.m., Finley Reiff and Brooks Ressler arrived in a Whitehall Fire Truck. Find out how much it meant to these kids and also, see what the first day was like for other students at the school.
The Jefferson County DUI Task Force continues their support of the Junior Member Program for both Jefferson and Whitehall High Schools.
After having their first meet of the season cancelled due to smoky conditions, the Whitehall High School cross country
team officially opened their season yesterday at the Butte Central meet. Find out how the runners did in this edition. The first annual Whitehall Charity Softball Co-ed Tournament was a success, see how much they were able to raise and to what cause they were donating to. Opening their 2015 season on the road, the Whitehall High School football team
will open their home campaign Friday night at 7 p.m. against Columbus, find out how their game went and what the plans are for the team this season and much more!