It is a good year to live in Southwest Montana, according to Lucas Zukiewicz, water supply specialist with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service.
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Around 500 empty tank cars rolled to a stop on the railroad between Whitehall and Twin Bridges at the end of January.
Jeremiah Theys with Great West Engineering is currently at work updating Madison County’s bridge and road standards.
‘Elk rage’ incident results in arrest of Norris man
Every year, a Madison County school hosts a countywide school board meeting, where superintendents, principals, clerks and board members from Alder, Ennis, Harrison, Sheridan and Twin Bridges gather for dinner and a presentation with county and state officials.
At 10:22 a.m., a call for assistance came through the Madison County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center, requesting the Ruby Valley Ambulance and Alder Fire Department respond to a collision on the Upper Ruby Road, around eight miles south of the Ruby Reservoir.
Since 1875, the Madison County Courthouse has served as a home to county offices and both the district and justice courts.
This week’s edition is full of memories – pick up The Madisonian on a newsstand near you to read our Year in Review, or follow the link to see it here: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp
Sheridan Town Council appoints new president; fills vacant seat
Stay safe, Madison County! Road conditions in Southwest Montana today are icy and unpredictable. The Madisonian has received reports of crashes and cars stuck in drifts up and down the Madison Valley – on Ennis Lake Road, Norris Hill, North Meadow Creek and Highway 84 between Norris and Bozeman in particular. Check the Montana Department […]