Wildfire smoke filtered the sunlight on the crisp morning of Kids’ River Resource Day Sept. 17. The day warmed as Twin Bridges’ third and fourth graders learned about conservation at the Hamilton Ranch in Twin Bridges.
Madison County Board of Commissioners committed $139,000 to improve three county roads.
Madison County’s COVID-19 case rate continues to flatten as the state’s rate increases.
Ennis volleyball girls defeated Sheridan in three sets Sept. 17.
The Panthers rolled into Absarokee and had one thing on their mind. Play solid football. They played the Huskies in a must win game for both teams. This game would put one team or the other in control of their own destiny. The two teams sparred in the middle of the field during the first two possessions, each forcing the other to punt.
Eileen Pearce, secretary of the Ruby Valley Swimming Club (RVSC) in Sheridan, moved to the area 20 years ago. In the early 2000s, she attended a pancake breakfast at the fire department and sat down next to a certain someone. “And that’s where it started,” she said of her Ruby Valley Swimming Pool (RVSP) involvement.
A wildfire is burning over 50 acres in the southern Gravelly Mountains.
The fire started Sept. 12 around 11 a.m. from unknown reasons, according to a Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest press release. Area closures are being considered as of Sept. 15.
The owners of Montana’s oldest capitol building in Virginia City offered to donate the crumbling building to the Montana Heritage Commission Sept. 4.
Madison County’s COVID-19 cases are starting to level as Montana COVID-19 cases climbed to 9,244 on Sept. 15.
On Saturday, Sept. 12, Ennis Cross Country teams traveled to Three Forks for the Three Forks Invitational.