Dave Schulz, Madison County Commissioner from District 1, is now one of five Montanans to attend and complete the selective County Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C.
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This past Memorial Day weekend marked a special milestone for Virginia City. The little town that used to be the center of a mining boom remembered its rich past by celebrating the 150th anniversary of the discovery of gold in Alder Gulch.
Madison Meadows Golf Course in Ennis was buzzing with high school golfers this week.
With the Summer Special Olympics opening on May 15 in Billings, state law enforcement personnel took to the road earlier this month to raise money in the annual Torch Run.
Update: The library mill levy passed with 949 votes for and 842 against.
BREAKING NEWS: Verdict given on Bear Trap fire on Wednesday, May 1. A verdict for Kyler Schmitz came less than an hour after the jury left the courtroom to begin their deliberations. The jury found the 24-year-old Billings man not guilty on nine counts of felony arson and alternate charges of negligent arson.
NOTE: In this week’s edition, the questions were out of order for Ennis school board candidate John Scully’s answers to the School Board Candidate Q&A. Therefore, his answers did not match up with the questions. The Madisonian apologizes for this mistake, and has published a corrected version here on our website and will also run the [...]
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock approved on Monday a significant amount of funding to improve the Ruby Dam.
Ranchers who graze their animals on public land in Southwest Montana will have to make some changes at least temporarily. The Bureau of Land Management is requesting that ranchers limit grazing on public lands. Those with grazing permits are asked to graze no more than 70 percent of their allotted forage in eight Montana Counties [...]
A bill is set to hit Montana’s Senate floor this week that could change how wild and feral horses are managed.