ENNIS – Wisps of animal fur floated on Dr. Stacy Davidson’s blue jeans as she hugged the grey-blue cat, Jack, on the table. The examination room in the back of the Ennis Veterinary Hospital hosted more people than usual as equipment for a new blood-work lab was being installed.
ENNIS – Yellow fleece vests decorated with pins of community service achievements, and dark denim vests representing Montana District 37 of the Lions Club filled the dining area of the Ennis Senior Center, on Wednesday, May 15.
It was the first time a Lions Club International officer visited the Ennis Lions Club.
ENNIS – Ennis town council solved a problem at its Thursday, May 9 meeting.
The council decided to repaint parking lines on the north side of West Main St. to create diagonal parking spots, which will make the narrow road fire truck accessible at all times.
ENNIS – At its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 10, the Ennis school board considered the topic of shifting the current part-time counselor, Ross Lingle, to a full-time position.
ENNIS – The Ennis town commission heard a request from Ennis Senior Center president Lynn Foreman and treasurer Bob Welna at their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 11, to continue the funding the town pledged four years ago, which expired at the end of 2018.
ENNIS—The brand-new lady Mustangs softball team played their second double header of the season on Friday, April 12, ending up with an even 2-2 record.
ENNIS—Members of the Ennis Volunteer Ambulance Service and Madison Valley Rural Fire Department participated in a weekend of emergency medical training February 16 and 17, which included CPR training, instruction on the newest trends in emergency medicine and learning the ropes on some new equipment.
ENNIS – The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission’s Madison River Negotiated Rulemaking Committee (NRC) brought their third and fourth meetings to the heart of the matter – the banks of the Madison River – on Wednesday and Thursday, March 6 and 7.
ENNIS—Ennis Community Children’s’ School was the recipient of a $3,500 grant last week that will help with several projects, including a remodel of the preschool’s playground.
ENNIS – The Harvest of the Month program continued in February at Ennis Schools when fifth graders tackled a complex recipe, making ravioli that left their cutting boards looking something like a murder scene.