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.
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An in depth look at last season’s elk harvest survey results
Last week, 10 students from Madison County traveled to Anaheim, Calif., for the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference.
It is the same old story. A combination of below normal precipitation combined with above average temperatures has left Southwest Montana dry.
The Montana Legislature adjourned on April 28 after the House did not pass Senate Bill 416 – a $150 million bill funding infrastructure and state building projects across the state. “Madison County did not have a direct impact,” said Madison County commissioner Dave Schulz. “Much of the intent of the bill was to direct dollars […]
Construction on the Thompson-Hickman County Library addition commenced October 2014 and is now complete. G&G Housing out of Whitehall built the addition, which includes a new bathroom, community room, an archive room, a media area and space for more books – including a children’s reading corner. “The construction process, although muddy, went very smoothly,” said […]
Montana Aeronautics recognizes Twin Bridges Airport
“Back in February we estimated we would be paving the second week of June,” said Kevin Allen, Helena Sand and Gravel’s project manager for the Sheridan Main Street project. “We’re looking at May 18 … we are about two or three weeks ahead of schedule.”
Record-high brown trout population contributed to spread of fungus last fall
After passing the Senate and a first reading in the House, SB 264 tabled in committee