Four teams from Madison County—the Ennis Mustangs, Twin Bridges Falcons, Twin Bridges Lady Falcons and Harrison-Willow Creek Lady Wildcats— took part in the Western C Divisional tournament in Butte Feb. 26-March 1. Three teams advanced to play on Saturday in the consolation bracket.
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Boys and girls teams from all the high schools in Madison County competed at the District 11/12C Basketball Tournament. Four of them—Harrison-Willow Creek girls, Ennis boys and both Twin Bridges boys and girls—advanced from the District 11/12C Tournament to the Western C Divisional Tournament.
In the Feb. 6 edition, The Madisonian printed incorrect information in the article titled Adult education committee recommends fund transfer. The article should have read: “The reserve gives us, as directors, time to reach out to the community and fine tune the program,” ECE co-director Cori Koenig said. She added that if there are funds […]
Christmas made brighter by giving I would like to thank the Giving Tree and the Food Pantry for making our Christmas brighter. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.
A library story On Jan. 28, 1986, NASA Challenger mission ended in tragedy when the shuttle exploded. On board was physicist Ronald E McNair.
According to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, the Montana Department of Transportation has closed U.S. Highway 287 due to anavalanche near Quake Lake late Saturday afternoon. The closure is from Jct W U.S. 191 to Jct W MT 87. There is no estimated time as to when the road will be reopened or how much, […]
Community exceeds fundraising goal Dear Editor, Since moving into the Madison Valley, I have found not only the most beautiful place I’ve ever called home, but also some of the kindest folks I’ve ever met.
Thank you to all We want to thank everyone for all your prayers, thoughts, cards, food and support in this tough time.
Accessible transportation is important for America
Madison County coaches named fall coaches of the year by Montana Coaches Association