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Sheridan Main Street Businesses stay positive during construction
The Bureau of Land Management is currently seeking public comment regarding a proposal to build a 19-mile trail in west of Norris.
According to a BLM press release, the proposal is “community-driven” and is for the southern portion of the Revenue Flats area.
“I think it’s a good idea for two reasons,” said Greg Beardslee from Bozeman, who approached BLM land managers with the idea for a trail and coordinated the proposal. “This project can help fulfill a need for shoulder season trails. It will also lure folks to visit and enjoy the unique scenery of Revenue Flats. I guess a third reason could be a broadening of community resources.”
Sheridan’s Main Street construction is back in business after winter hiatus
It is the same old story. Snowpack percentages are below normal in both the Madison and the Ruby river basins.
Just last week Lucas Zukiewicz, water specialist with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service, released the 2015 water supply outlook report as of March 15.
At their regular meeting on March 9, the Harrison School Board discussed the school’s 2015-16 schedule, renewed the football co-op with Whitehall and addressed staff concerns with the school administration.
Governor Bullock signs bill that revises MHC statutory language
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.