Madison County fish and wildlife and were the key topics during a joint meeting Wednesday of the Gravelly Landscape Collaborative and the Ruby Watershed Council at the Philanthropy River Building in Sheridan. Non-profit Future West coordinated the meeting with the goal to exchange information between the GLC, RWC and other interested agencies and citizens. Bozeman-based […]
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Did you know every 77 years, the state of Montana will likely experience a 7.0 magnitude earthquake? According to statistics presented from the Madison County Emergency Management’s office during an earthquake exercise, the state is about due for an earthquake. “It’s not a matter of if, but when,” said Joe Brummel with the emergency management […]
With record breaking numbers at the Cameron check station during opening weekend, only 460 hunters passed through the final weekend, and only 57 had game, resulting in a 12 percent success rate for deer and elk.
Volleyball all state and all conference honors have been awarded to players from across the county, including Ennis, Harrison and Twin Bridges.
Though the Madison County Solid Waste Board did not vote on the proposed three year plan at their Nov. 16 meeting, the board is moving forward with addressing safety recommendations for all Madison County transfer sites.
Their mission is to “serve our community by volunteering our time with energy, skills and knowledge by supporting Madison Valley Medical Center’s staff, patients and visitors to provide excellence in healthcare.”
After the Madison County Fair Board decided on the top four priority projects at the Madison County Fairgrounds, it was time for a public hearing. Craig Erickson with Great West Engineering, along with the fair board, hosted a public meeting for discussion of the fairgrounds master plan on Nov. 9 in Twin Bridges.
Madison County is taking housing issue seriously. The county commissioners re-developed the Madison County Housing Authority last month, and now they are taking things a step further.
On a local level, Madison County was lucky to have a quiet fire season, partially because of the county’s response to fire starts, but also thanks to their work to keep Madison County fire safe.
Northwestern Energy is seeing the light at the end of the tunnel as construction on Hebgen Dam draws to a close. Butch Larcome with NWE, sent out a release early last week, stating conditions throughout construction held steady.