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Madison County athletes were back on the track in Missoula last weekend for the state class C track meet. Returning champs, the Ennis Mustang boys’ team, was able to once again secure the state team title and take home a plaque, thanks to speedy junior Cleet Wrzensinski, who placed in six events and broke several state records.
Last week, three Madison County school districts held board meetings. The following is a round up of the meetings, which took place in Ennis, Harrison and Sheridan.
At 11:26 a.m. this morning, a Sheridan man pulling a 20 foot camp trailer rolled his vehicle north of Laurin. According to Missy Wood, with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, the driver got out of the vehicle himself. “(He) had minor cuts on his head,” Wood said. The crash occurred on MT Highway 287 at […]
I was gone all last week – Mike and I drove to Kansas, participated in one of my best friend’s wedding and spent quality time with my family. Then we turned right around and spent another 20 hours driving back.
Last week, Madison County commissioner Dave Schulz said his final goodbyes after finishing his term as the president of the Montana Association of Counties.
U.S. Department of the Interior does not list sage grouse under Endangered Species Act
The Sheridan Panthers hosted their cross-county rivals, the Harrison/Willow Creek Wildcats, Thursday, Sept. 24, ultimately falling to the Wildcats in three sets.
June 22, 2013, was a brisk, cold summer morning. It was a typical day of irrigating. Hired ranch hand Austin Brentlinger, who was going into his junior year at Twin Bridges, threw on a heavy pair of gloves to keep his fingers warm while he changed wheel lines.