THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE MADISON VALLEY, RUBY VALLEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS

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Chilly weather can’t deter Halloween festivities

Ghosts, ghouls and a princess or two took over Madison County last week

MADISON COUNTY - Halloween afternoon brought chilly temperatures and even a few snow showers to Madison County, but it wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of trick-or-treaters, who came out in full force. Ennis, Virginia City, Harrison, Sheridan, Three Forks and Twin Bridges all found themselves besieged by bedecked spooks taking part in a wide variety of Halloween activities.

Businesses opened to trick-or-treaters down main streets all over the county, and community events took the festivities inside and out of the damp, chilly weather. There were even a few dressed up canines who took part in the holiday, and some said they even spotted Sasquatch himself wandering the streets of Ennis.

We asked our readers to send us their best Halloween photos, and they didn’t disappoint! Thank you to everyone who shared their costumes with us, we had our work cut out selecting our favorites.

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