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The Jefferson County Library Board hopes voters in June will support an additional 9 mills — currently $141,534 — in annual funding for the Boulder and Whitehall libraries, a 43.4% increase over current funding. The Jefferson County Commission first must approve putting the funding question … 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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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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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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Jefferson County Election Administrator Bonnie Ramey reminds residents that this year’s election of Councilmen in the City of Boulder and Aldermen in the Town of Whitehall will be conducted by mail ballot only; the polls will not be open Election Day, Nov. 5. Read Article

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Joe Rebal was a radio guy. He earned an associate degree in radio broadcasting from Great Falls College and was the audio guy for the Answer Auction Show with Group W Cable while still in school. After graduating, he hosted a morning show in Helena for KMTX, an afternoon show on KHKR and a m… Read Article

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The Culpepper and Merriweather circus is coming to Boulder June 27— the first big top circus to visit in several years, according to Jefferson County Event Coordinator Bruce Binkowski — and will stop in Whitehall the day after. Read Article

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With activities filling both the northern and southern ends of the county, June 9 and 10 was the busiest weekend thus far as spring heads into summer. This weekend, the center of the county will step into the scene with the Boulder Area Chamber of Commerce City-wide Garage Sale. Read Article

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