Drivers are not following the rules of the road when it comes to school buses, according to school bus driver and school officials. Those who don’t put the lives of students at risk. (R. Colyer)
Drivers not following school bus regulations endanger students
MADISON COUNTY - As the school year gets rolling for districts around Madison County, local bus drivers and law enforcement continue to deal with drivers ignoring regulations involving school buses.  Gail Banks has been driving school buses in the county for nearly 32 years and says that all the... Continue Reading


The hill going down into Virginia City is a safety concern following the crash of a run-away dump truck recently. No one was injured in the crash, but it brought the issue of speed on this hill to the forefront. (R. Colyer)
Investigation follows August’s near miss dump truck crash
VIRGINIA CITY—The Madison County commissioners held a public meeting on Tuesday, September 11 to begin brainstorming ideas for making Virginia City... Continue Reading
Initial court appearance set for October 1
After nearly 16 years, the twins are leaving the Bale of Hay
Church celebrates rejuvenation
Ennis High School fills weekend with festivities

MADISON COUNTY—The Annie E. Casey Foundation released its KIDS COUNT Data Book for 2018 on Wednesday, June 27. The data book breaks down national... Continue Reading
Elementary students learn new things about themselves, too.
Board hears Falcon Hall of Fame plan, meets the candidates
Board talks potential wrestling co-op, cancels school election


Ennis High School sent three representatives to the state golf championships at Fairmont Hot Springs May 14-16: (left to right) Landri Paladichuk, John Fortier and Logan Crowley. (Submitted)
FAIRMONT - Ennis High School freshman Landri Paladichuk was uncertain of where she’d finish heading into the state tournament. Through the first day of competition, she was trailing the leader, Manhattan Christian’s Jillian Frye, by two strokes, and was tied with golfers from Harlowton and Lone... Continue Reading


Compassus will offer a nine-week grief course to anyone within a 60-mile radius
BOZEMAN—Compassus, an organization that bought out Rocky Mountain Hospice in Bozeman several years ago, will again be offering its semi-annual grief... Continue Reading
Rosdahls look back on nearly eight decades of Montana life
Volunteers come together to serve firefighters
Plain Jane’s, Right Angles host first annual fall fashion show
Farrier Kristi Reeves of Harrison loves her work

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