“I’ve never had so many friends,” said Sen. Bob Keenan, R – Big Fork, at a Senate Finance and Claims Committee hearing at the Capitol on Feb. 19. “Ever.”
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1st – 3rd grade, music, ag teachers update board on classroom activities
With construction for the Thompson-Hickman County Library expansion more than half complete, library director Jack Albrecht and assistant librarian Christina Koch can hardly contain their excitement.
On Jan. 17, a group of dedicated search and rescue volunteers practiced avalanche rescues and learned snowmobile techniques deep in the backcountry of the Upper Ruby as part of Ruby Valley SAR training.
A warm, dry January in Southwest Montana means snowpack percentages in the Madison and Ruby river basins are below normal, according to Lucas Zukiewicz, water specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
In the early morning hours of Jan. 20, the Ennis restaurant and bar caught fire
The popular tourist destination of Virginia City and Nevada City benefit Montana’s economy, and this year the 2015 legislature has a few bills that may impact the towns.
Commissioners approve scope of work for Blaine Spring Creek bridge replacement
According to Lucas Zukiewicz, water specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, snowpack percentages in the Madison River Basin and the Ruby River Basin improved with last week’s storm, but are still below average.
In early January, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks plans to relocate 40-50 bighorn sheep to Wolf Creek in the Madison Mountain Range, from their current location in the Quake Lake area.