“Our plan hasn’t changed, but we do acknowledge we could have done better with communication on this project,” Butch Larcomb, NorthWestern Energy media representative, said.
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Last week, three Madison County school districts held board meetings. The following is a round up of the meetings, which took place in Ennis, Harrison and Sheridan.
Since Montana generally starts accumulating snowpack around the first of November, Zukiewicz said it is important not to get too excited for the above average percentages because what happens throughout the rest of November and December factors into Montana’s available water during runoff.
Rehabilitated hawk released near Ennis Lake
Madison County powerhouses face off: Twin Bridges topples Ennis in last week’s football game
At 11:26 a.m. this morning, a Sheridan man pulling a 20 foot camp trailer rolled his vehicle north of Laurin. According to Missy Wood, with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, the driver got out of the vehicle himself. “(He) had minor cuts on his head,” Wood said. The crash occurred on MT Highway 287 at […]
Office closed: Friday, Oct. 23
On Friday, Oct. 16, the Montana Department of Transportation’s Butte district started the first stretch of a project, which will add center rumble strips to 625 miles of highway in Southwest Montana.
Five years ago, NorthWestern Energy began reconstruction on the intake of the Hebgen Dam, which controls the flow of the Madison River – that construction was completed this summer.