Volunteer at your local fire department Dear Editor, Fire season is probably the last thing on our minds with freezing temperatures and feet of snow surrounding us. However, it’s important to remember warm weather will return and fire season along with it. Last year, suppressing fires cost over $400 million in Montana. Your help is […]
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After forfeiting their varsity 2017-2018 season, the Harrison/Willow Creek girls’ basketball team will run a varsity schedule for the 2018-2019 season. The decision comes after the school petitioned the Montana High School Association executive board, which reviewed and ruled on the petition during their annual meeting, Jan. 12-16. Prior to the start of this season, […]
VIRGINIA CITY – Madison County Sheriff Roger Thompson spoke with The Madisonian last week and discussed his major goals for the department in the coming year. In a Jan. 5 email, the sheriff summarized those goals.
TWIN BRIDGES – A complicated financial situation led Twin Bridges Council to seek financial advice.
VIRGINIA CITY – Madison County approved the use of leftover disaster funds for the replacement of a broken water line between Twin Bridges and the county fairgrounds.
Many thanks for your caring Dear Editor, Thank you to all who helped with the passing of Gaither Stewart. The Nursing Home staff was such a help in that last week. The Madison Valley Baptist Church was such a help to let us have the service there, and thanks to the ladies there who put […]
The Town of Sheridan will not receive a Treasure Statement Endowment Program grant for upgrades to the town water system this year.
A young moose visit to First Madison Valley Bank in Ennis on New Year’s Day has caused community members to speculate if the visit was a portent of a strong economy or world peace in 2018.
Five years after Willie and Robin Blazer ran the first batch of brandy through their copper still in downtown Ennis, their small-batch liquor is flying off the shelves and the business has plans to expand. Starting off with just Willie and Robin at the controls, Willie’s Distillery now employs 19 workers and the team is […]
TWIN BRIDGES – Schools superintendent Chad Johnson discussed funding shortfalls during the Twin Bridges school board meeting on Dec. 17.