THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE MADISON VALLEY, RUBY VALLEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS

News

U.S. Air Force veteran and rancher Brett Owens, of McAlister, shared his thoughts on what Veterans Day was all about, at the Madison Valley Baptist Church, Sunday morning. (J. Taylor)
A reminder of the high cost of freedom
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MADISON COUNTY  - Sunday, November 11, Veterans Day, was a day to honor veterans and think about the high cost of the freedoms American’s enjoy. Several events were held across the county. In Ennis, veterans and their families were offered a free breakfast at the Madison Valley Baptist Church,... Continue Reading

News

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MADISON COUNTY—It may be only mid-November, but thoughts are already turning toward Christmas as snow begins to fly and Thanksgiving travel plans are... Continue Reading
Ennis town council looks to future
Potential new historic grant, prep for winter also on the agenda
Ghosts, ghouls and a princess or two took over Madison County last week

Schools

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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

Sports

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

Features

The new Ennis Schools greenhouse, located near the vocational technology building, will get a jumpstart in funding equipment, seeds, lighting and other needs thanks to a new $7,000 grant facilitated by the Madison Conservation District. (Janet Dochnahl)
NRCS grant will help Ennis schools greenhouse and gardens
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ENNIS—By the time next spring rolls around, students at Ennis Schools will be well on their way to growing a bumper crop of produce, and will have... Continue Reading
Becoming a part of something bigger
Matt Clover’s Percherons are the first team to ever win back-to-back titles
Renowned baroque musicians to perform at Elling House
Camp Bullwheel seeks to open Madison River to all

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