Frank Ford was almost in tears last Friday. The day before, it might have been due to the three chainsaws stolen from the Firewood Bank of the Ruby Valley, but that day it was from the immensely generous community response to the theft.
In partnership with Southwest Montana Prevention, community members are working on implementing Communities That Care (CTC) in Madison County. The process began a year ago but was set back due to the pandemic.
One thing that is easy to do in a small group, and almost preferable, is playing a game. There are so many tabletop options anymore, even those ‘not-super-into-games’ people can find something they like.
Winner - Tilly Straszewski, 4th grade, Mr. McKitrick's class
2nd Place - Ezra Baughman, 4th grade, Mrs. Brosovich's class
3rd Place - Bennett Hubner, 3rd grade, Mrs. Schultz' class
First Place buttons will be sold for $2 starting this Friday at The Chamber Office, Madison Foods and other select locations.
Forty miles from Alder, past Upper Canyon Outfitters on the right side of the road near Poison Creek, sits a fenced in portion of grass.
Oct. 21, 300 pumpkins were distributed to Ennis Schools students by REMAX partners. Officer John Moore helped with distribution and Shawn Christensen with Christensen Rentals provided equipment.
After a 35-day government shutdown at the end of 2019, Congress approved a spending package to fund the federal government for the next fiscal year. Part of this package included $1.38 million for Wildlife Services (WS) to hire employees responsible for nonlethally reducing conflict between predators and livestock in 12 states.
Devastating realities in history have prompted and propelled the role of public health in societies. The induction of the Federal Emergency Management Agency after 9/11 drove Madison County to create a public health board for the first time in 2001.
PONY—Pony, Montana may be home to less than 200 people, but each resident has their own unique story, and Kari King is taking it upon herself to kick start an effort to chronicle those stories.
VIRGINIA CITY—The Elling House Arts and Humanities Center was nearly filled on Saturday, January 19 for the first of four Chautauquas, an annual series the center hosts that allows local artists to perform readings, music, poetry and other hobbies to a local audience.