Saturday, July 22 was a good day to be in Twin Bridges. The 90 degree heat was the perfect excuse to get on the water for the annual Floating Flotilla and alumni weekend.
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Laura Gilmore has been in the Ennis area fulltime for six years, after moving from Florida.
Since the last weekend in May, Madison County storage units, vehicles, garages and more have been the targets of burglaries and thefts, according to Sheriff Roger Thompson.
On Sunday, July 9, early in the afternoon, Madison Valley Rural Fire District responded to a fire 4 miles east of Cameron, at the base of the Madison Mountain Range.
Zoe Todd is a Montana girl through and through.
She moved to the Madison Valley in 1959 with her parents, who bought and ran the Ennis Café, back then known as Erb and Wilma’s Café. It was Todd’s mother who started the famous strawberry pie recipe, after experimenting with various recipes in the 40s.
Jamie Janosko has been in Madison County for six years and has been teaching at the Alder School ever since finding her way to the area.
Davis believes Madison County is a perfect place to enjoy outdoor recreation opportunities. Nature is secluded, yet accessible.
Brand Morgan, Tracer Croy and Amanda Russell all finished their 2017 rodeo season earlier this month at the Montana State High School Rodeo finals in Baker.
Road construction is underway on Raynolds Pass. Construction on the stretches of U.S. Highway 287 and MT Highway 87 near Quake Lake began on June 12, and is expected to last until after the holiday, said Bill Fogarty, Montana Department of Transportation construction engineer. Forgary said there will be a break in construction, however, to allow for Fourth of July traffic.
Five years after the topic of carcass composting popped on Madison County’s radar in 2012, the organizations researching the implementation of a site have settled on a location – the Alder solid waste site.