The Mustangs’ season drew to a close at the final buzzer of the state semifinal game versus the Wibaux Longhorns in Ennis last Saturday, losing 20 – 22.
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The Ennis Mustang football team had a lot to prove and no problem doing it during Saturday’s game against the Simms Tigers.
MADISON COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS
When Madison County commissioner Jim Hart sent a road crew to clear brush on Jack Creek Road a few weeks ago, he said his plan was to create a better line of sight for safety and to clean up the brush along the side of the road, which is a fire hazard.
After a few minor delays early on in the construction process, the new courthouse annex is back on schedule and the project is moving at a good pace.
Frank Colwell, president of the Twin Bridges Rotary Club, welcomed over 50 community members to a candidates forum at the Twin Bridges high school on Oct. 8.
From weed control to trail maintenance, Forest Service resource advisory committees (RAC) approved funding for multiple projects on Oct. 1, many of which are located in Madison County.
On Sept. 24, Dave Schulz became the first Madison County commissioner to accept the role of president for the Montana Association of Counties (MACo). Schulz, who has been a Madison County commissioner for 14 years, is now the face of MACo and will represent the organization for an entire year.
The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) spent the last few years working with variousinterest groups to update the Montana State Water Plan. Now, a draft of the 2015 plan is available for review and public comment.
“[The plan] provides guidance for the conservation and management of water resources in Montana for the next 20 years,” the DNRC announced in a press release.
Virginia City government officials and concessionaires are relieved because the Montana Heritage Commission (MHC) is one step closer to ensuring management of its properties does not change hands and move to Helena.
After a Sept. 10 meeting in Helena, the Environmental Quality Council (EQC) unanimously voted to support SJR4, a proposed bill intended to assist the MHC in changing some of its government statutes.