SHERIDAN – Macleod Hageman has lived in a lot of places in his life, but for the Montana native, Madison County is where it all really began.
ENNIS—The Ennis Schools Harvest of the Month program continued in December with another local crop, one that will also make an appearance on the faces of some snowmen this winter: carrots.
ENNIS – Artist and Gallery 287 owner Cathy Toot has been familiar with the nationwide “Empty Bowls” fundraiser series for quite a while, and with a selection of local potters’ work on display in her gallery, thought it was time that she brought the movement to Ennis.
ENNIS—Earlier this year, Toni Bowen tried to look up the history of the Madison Meadows Golf Course, and by extension, the ranch that had been there for decades before the golf course came to be.
ENNIS—The 2018-2019 school year’s Harvest of the Month program kicked off earlier this month with the first of its monthly recipe experiments at Ennis Schools.
ENNIS—By the time next spring rolls around, students at Ennis Schools will be well on their way to growing a bumper crop of produce, and will have gotten a much closer look at the pollinators that help facilitate that process.
ENNIS - As Madison County’s community reporter, I don’t write stories about myself very often. I love to listen, because if you listen long enough, everyone has a pretty spectacular story.
VIRGINIA CITY—Visitors to Virginia City in the summertime see Salt and Pepper nearly every day. They’re the picturesque pair of Percheron draft horses driven by Matt Clover, taking visitors on stagecoach tours of the historic district.
VIRGINIA CITY—Two members of nationally-known baroque ensemble I-90 Collective will be bringing their expertise and their instruments to the Elling House Arts & Humanities Center on Saturday, November 10 in a concert the likes of which hasn’t been often heard since the 1700s.
ENNIS—In his nearly three decades working in the rehabilitation engineering lab for Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado, Peter Pauwels saw his fair share of catastrophic injuries.
He also saw just how far human intelligence could go toward remedying those injuries.