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Cedar waxwings seen on the Christmas Bird Count in Sheridan.
Counting birds by species a fun way to spend a Saturday
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SHERIDAN – If the good citizens of Sheridan were wondering what a quintet of strangers with binoculars – one with a camera – were doing roaming around town early Saturday morning, January 5, the answer is counting birds. Sheridan was part of the Ruby Valley’s third annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC... Continue Reading

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Roland Thomas (left) and Monroe Gatewood oversee Winter Fest activities above the broomball bracket on Saturday, January 5. Attendees had such a good time they hardly felt the chilly temperatures.
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Virginia City hosted its annual Winter Fest on Saturday, January 5. The day included broomball played on the town ice rink, sledding, marshmallow... Continue Reading
With many winter days left, avalanches are a pressing danger
Madison Conservation District maps future

Schools

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TWIN BRIDGES – Two possibilities for joining cooperatives and computer services dominated the discussion at Twin Bridges school board’s November 20... Continue Reading

Sports

Clancy Phillips going in for a score. (K.Montgomery \photos)
MADISON COUNTY – Madison County basketball teams returned to action last week after classes resumed post-winter break. Twin Bridges was the first to get going, facing off against Whitehall on Thursday, January 3. The Falcons remained undefeated in a narrow 51-47 victory against the Trojans, with... Continue Reading

Features

Bozeman-based nonprofit Casting for Recovery provides fly fishing retreats to women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, free of charge. In 2019, CFR will host three retreats in Montana and nearly 70 nationwide. The Montana retreats will take place in Ennis, Big Sky and the Lubrecht National Forest north of Missoula. (Courtesy of Lise Loselle)
Casting for Recovery brings healing through fly-fishing to breast cancer survivors
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ENNIS—Terri Hogan went on a retreat in 2011, a breast cancer survivor adjusting to life post-battle. She spent two and a half days at Lone Mountain... Continue Reading
How a Nevada City volunteer uncovered unseen vigilante history
Macleod Hageman and Iowa’s KWWL won a regional award for the evening station’s newscasts
Ennis Elementary students continue learning about eating local
Gallery 287 and Ennis Senior Center host first annual event

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