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Ruby Valley Hospital board approves USDA loan
Sheridan’s Main Street is getting a long-awaited makeover. Nearly 10 years ago, the Montana Department of Transportation promised the town a new Main Street with a fresh road base, new storm drainages and new sidewalks. Now, MDT is ramping up to commence construction this spring.
With the health of Montana’s forest an ever-growing concern, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Working Group met in Butte on Feb. 19 to discuss ways the Forest Service and the state are addressing forestry projects.
The Ennis Town Commission focused on a variety of issues from a capital improvement plan to a sign ordinance at its regular meeting on Thursday, Feb. 12.
Superintendent search in Ennis – Board interviews one candidate, chooses to reopen position
At the regular Harrison school board meeting on Feb. 9, trustee Ann Hokanson requested the student council present survey results concerning the administration at the next board meeting on March 9.
The request for survey answers stems from the Dec. 8 school board meeting where students, staff and faculty brought concerns with school administration to the Harrison school board – those concerns were still not addressed at the Monday, Feb. 9 board meeting.
The United States Geological Survey water-monitoring gage located on the Madison River near the Varney Bridge is safe for one more year.
Next year in Twin Bridges, middle and high school students are going to get firsthand experience conducting experiments relating to how the community impacts the rivers in the area.
At their regular meeting on Jan. 26, the Madison County commissioners approved two capital improvement plans – one for the Ennis airport and one for the Twin Bridges airport.