After breaking ground on the home of the new Ruby Valley Hospital last fall, the facility is coming to life.
Hunting season in Montana, and particularly in Southwest Montana, is unlike anything else. With one of the longest hunting seasons in the west, healthy wildlife populations and access to millions of acres of public land, it is not just wildlife migrating west.
Rachael Efta seeks out adventure. Last year, with her husband Nick, she stepped out her back door and walked until she summited Fan Mountain.
In typical Montana May fashion, this year’s Bear Creek Days got a little wet.
The event, which takes place at the Bear Creek Trailhead south of Ennis, saw two full days before Mother Nature called it a day. Similar to last year, one day of the three-day event was cancelled and the seventh and eighth grade students had to miss out on the fun due to wet and muddy conditions.
Shawn Christensen has been with the Madison Valley Rural Fire Department for 22 years.
During their April meeting, the Solid Waste Board discussed whether they want to push recycling in Madison County via a recommendation to the county commissioners.
Nov. 26 and 27, the final weekend of the general deer and elk hunting season in Southwest Montana, saw little change in hunter harvest success, according to FWP’s Andrea Jones.
Through the end of October and the first week of November, the Madison and Ruby river basins received above average precipitation.
Bill Mercer and his team of agents at the RE/MAX office have chosen to give back to the community through their “Give Where We Live” program. Through the program, the office has chosen to give a percentage of their commission to various groups and organizations in town, and have given $25,000 back to the community.
Now, our big weekend – the Fourth of July – is behind us and I can catch my breath. But, celebrating Independence Day has me thinking about an important issue: voting.