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Two “not guilty” pleas were entered in Montana Fifth Judicial District Court in Boulder Nov. 13 on behalf of Tory Vincent Gee, the former Jefferson County inmate who escaped Oct. 11 and was apprehended a week later near Charlo in Lake County. Read Article

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A new alternative is being proposed for upgrading Montana City’s solid waste facility. Residents can learn about and comment on it at a County Commission meeting set for 6 p.m. Nov. 26 at Montana City Fire Station No. 1. Read Article

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Sometime before the middle of next year, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office expects to upgrade its 9-1-1 system. People who call 9-1-1 in emergencies may not notice much difference – but behind the scenes, the Office could provide faster, more efficient service. Read Article

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On Nov. 5, Gyle D. Nix was voted in as Boulder’s Ward 1 councilman, while in Whitehall Katy James and Maxine Samuelson were elected as Ward 2 and Ward 3 aldermen, respectively, while the Ward 1 vote resulted in a tie between Pat Peterson and Logan Reiff, according to unofficial election resu… Read Article

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One thing not to fear about this year’s inaugural Halloween events in Boulder and Whitehall was failure. Organizers of both — “Big Rock Fright Nights” and “Screams Come True,” respectively — were pleased with how things went and plan to make them even better next year. Read Article

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Boulder and Whitehall this past weekend both kicked off four nights of pre-Halloween fun for kids and families: “Big Rock Fright Nights” at the Jefferson County fairgrounds in Boulder, and “Screams Come True” at the Whitehall Community Center. There is still one more weekend to attend both e… Read Article

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Sixty-eight dogs and cats were spayed or neutered during a clinic held by Animal Shelter and Care Committee (AS&CC) inside the Jefferson High south gym Saturday, Oct. 19. Read Article

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The planned relocation of a wind turbine manufacturer to Whitehall that has been years in the making has community leaders hopeful for economic benefits to the area beyond jobs with the manufacturer. Read Article

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