Out of all of Madison County’s incorporated towns, Ennis is the only one with a formal city court.
“(Virginia City, Sheridan and Twin Bridges) don’t have focal points where they can hold court if the need arises,” said commissioner Jim Hart. “It doesn’t arise too often, but they need space for when it does.”
After the June primary election in 2014, Ennis residents voted to review the mayor-commission style of government the town operates under and a three-person committee was formed to review the charter.
Madison River open to year round fishing
Life-long residents of the Ruby Valley, Mary and Dan Birdsill, have been married for 42 years and spent more than half of their marriage servicing the Ruby Valley as EMTs.
On Thursday, Nov. 5, the Virginia City Town Council and around 15 interested community members gathered at the rehearsal hall in town to hear a presentation from Dan McCauley, Great West Engineering, about potential water and wastewater improvements to the town’s infrastructure.
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For the 30th year in a row, locals and passersby’s gathered in downtown Ennis for the annual hunters feed, which takes place every year the day before opening weekend of general hunting season.
The Cottonwood Gulch fire that started Sunday, Oct. 11 and burned up to 8,300 acres was deemed an accident, according to Gallatin County 911.