Vinny Norton knows what it means to take full advantage of the outdoor opportunities offered by Madison County.
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Evans has had Billy for just over five years. He’s a mixed breed with a cute face, according to Evans, and has a little border collie and husky in him.
With only a couple months of his term left, Scott Petersen led the Virginia City Council through a breezy meeting on Oct. 5. Petersen, who will finish his term in January, said he has enjoyed his time on the council and as mayor.
Though Tina Blair has only called Madison County home for two months, her transition from Texas to Montana has been natural.
Faye Kneeland has called Madison County home for a long time. And during that time, she has managed to make volunteering an important part of her life.
Following the Wildcat volleyball game against Granite on Oct. 9, the Harrison School Board met to appoint new board member Timbre Murphy.
Last Saturday, Oct. 7, Inge Perkins, a 23-year-old from Bozeman, perished in an avalanche on Imp Peak, between West Yellowstone and Big Sky, according to a Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office news release. Perkins was ascending Imp Peak with 27-year-old Hayden Kennedy on skis when the avalanche was triggered.
Students experience an outdoor classroom during annual Kids’ River Resource Day
Dave McAdoo may not think his pursuits are “up to snuff” compared with other outdoor recreationists in Madison County, but there is no denying he takes full advantage of what Mother Nature offers.
The Madison County Fair Board, in conjunction with the community, has a few big decisions to make in the next month, which they discussed at their Sept. 21 meeting in Twin Bridges. The county is working with Great West Engineering to develop a master plan for the fairgrounds, and the board’s input will guide that document.