Last week, the Madison County Fair took place in Twin Bridges at the county fairgrounds.
Author ArchivesCaitlin Avey
She is in Virginia City, through SHRAB, for a 10 week stint to organize all of Madison County’s records from 1865 as part of an effort to preserve and sustain all of Montana’s records.
Like many, Goldthwait and her husband moved to Madison County for its outdoor recreation opportunities, and quickly found a place within the community. She recognized a need for a farmers’ market to promote local produce and production.
While more and more people discover the “last best place” and areas like Bozeman continue to grow, Sheridan refuses to become another small town statistic.
Burning through core sage grouse habitat, pine trees and dead and down debris, the fire has scorched much of the agricultural landscape, leaving people without feed for livestock. In an effort to help, many families and individuals in the Ruby and Madison valleys are stepping up.
After discovering a discrepancy in the county’s district boundary lines last fall, Madison County Clerk and Recorder and Election Administrator Kathleen Mumme is back on the case, this time at the request of District One Commissioner Dan Allhands.
Madison County Solid Waste and Recycling Board has been focused on promoting recycling around the county. As of July 18, commissioners officially signed off on adopting a one year pilot program to promote recycling in county facilities. The official kick off is expected to take effect no later than September 2017.
Saturday, July 22 was a good day to be in Twin Bridges. The 90 degree heat was the perfect excuse to get on the water for the annual Floating Flotilla and alumni weekend.
Laura Gilmore has been in the Ennis area fulltime for six years, after moving from Florida.
After an update from Director of Emergency Management Dustin Tetrault, Madison County Commissioners decided to move forward with a negligent debris burning plan during their July 11 meeting.