With school winding down for all Madison County students, four schools have already hosted elementary track and field days – Twin Bridges, Alder, Harrison and Ennis.
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Starting this summer, the Bureau of Land Management’s Dillon field office will analyze existing resource conditions on BLM-administered public lands within the South Tobacco Roots Watershed. Read what that means here: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp
Blaine Spring Creek Bridge construction begins earlier than expected
Over the course of two days, 332 fifth through eighth-graders gathered at the foot of Sphinx Mountain in the Madison Mountain Range to participate in the camp, hosted by the Forest Service. Students from Alder, Cardwell, Harrison, Ennis, Sheridan, Twin Bridges and West Yellowstone participated.
On Wednesday, May 4, nearly 75 people crowded in the community room in the Madison County Administrative Building for a candidate forum hosted by The Madisonian. Candidates from Senate District 36, House District 71 and commission district one took turns answering and addressing questions submitted by the public before the primary election on June 7.
Last Friday, May 6, 2016, more than 100 students from Ennis, Harrison, Cardwell and Alder descended on Fan Mountain Arena south of Ennis for Ag Days.
The Madison County commissioners recently asked the county’s on-call engineers, Great West Engineering, to create a needs assessment document for the Madison County Fairgrounds.
Taylor-Hilgard bighorn herd sees success after 2016 transplant
Madison County students do their part for the environment
Last week, the Montana Department of Transportation awarded a contract to Knife River Corporation out of Billings to replace the Blaine Spring Creek Bridge later this summer.