During their meeting with Madison County Commissioners on March 14, the county road review committee presented a recommendation for Jim Alan Road. In a six to one vote, the committee recommended the road be private. Commissioners then voted in favor of the committee’s recommendation.
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Snowpack in the Upper Madison is well above normal for the month of March, according to a report from water supply specialist Lucas Zukiewicz, with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service’s Montana snow survey and water supply forecasting program. Snowpack above Hebgen Reservoir is 131 percent of normal, compared 86 percent at this time last year.
Last Saturday, March 11, students from the Ennis Elementary School showcased their thespian talents as they presented “Aladdin” as part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre.
Girl Scouts is a program known around the world that works with young girls to help establish core values, learn valuable skills and build a sisterhood.
Since moving to the Madison Valley 15 years ago, Lynn Leeming has been involved with the local women’s club.
Often referred to as the living room of the community, Madison County’s Thompson-Hickman Library has a new title to add – 2017 Montana Library of the Year.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission held a public hearing on Feb. 15 regarding a proposal to restrict motorized boat use on the Madison River to a no wake speed from the north Ennis Lake Bridge to the Madison Dam. The hearing was held at Fish, Wildlife and Parks region three headquarters in Bozeman at 6 p.m.
At 5:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, a Sheridan resident informed town officials there was low water pressure, according to Bonnie O’Neill, Madison County public information officer.
Prior to their regular council meeting on Feb. 9, the Ennis Town Council held a special meeting with a public hearing regarding the proposed Town Pump expansion. Last month, the council met with representatives from Town Pump, Inc., and discussed changes from the town to the design plan, mostly regarding signage complying with town ordinances and parking.
Kenneth Edward Laabs appeared before the Honorable Judge Luke Berger on a petition to revoke his sentence after traffic violations were made while driving with a suspended license and without insurance.