MADISON COUNTY—As of Monday, January 21, the federal government’s partial shutdown has stretched on for 31 days, the longest in U.S. history by 10 days.
ENNIS - About 60 people crammed into the Madison Valley – Ennis fire station north of town on Wednesday evening, November 28, to participate in what the Gravelly Landscape Collaborative (GLC) was calling a “Community Climate Conversation.”
MADISON COUNTY - With less than two weeks until Halloween, it’s time to stock up on snacks for the trick-or-treaters that will inevitably come knocking on October 31.
SHERIDAN—It’s not common to encounter nearly 500 middle and high school students and have them all be completely silent, but that was the scene for much of Tuesday morning, September 25, at the 47th annual Ruby Valley Invitational, which drew students from Ronan to Colstrip and everywhere in between.
ENNIS—A recent federal report surveyed school districts around the country and found that fewer than half of them regularly test for lead in their water supplies.
ENNIS - According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), water is going to be a problem across Montana, especially western Montana, during the next several months.
“These folks really are the hidden gems of Sheridan,” said Mindy Diehl, Senior Companion Program coordinator.
HAMILTON – Both Twin Bridges Falcon teams and the Ennis Lady Mustangs were in Hamilton last weekend for the western C divisional tournament and a bid at the state tournament. The Lady Falcons came out on top, edging the Lady Mustangs out of the title game by two points, 37-35.
Madison County athletes had one final chance last week to move up in district standings before heading to the 12C District Tournament in Butte, Feb. 15-17. The Twin Bridges Lady Falcons and Harrison/Willow Creek Lady Wildcats will open the tournament on Thursday at 11 a.m. at the MAC Center.
Harrison School Board members convened on Feb. 12 for a short, sweet and to-the-point meeting. Though the school and students are busier than ever, board members, administration and staff made quick work of Monday night’s agenda.