VIRGINIA CITY—At their weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 2, the Madison County commissioners voted to lift the countywide burn ban now that the 2018 fire season is winding down.
HELENA – Every Labor Day, the state’s Department of Labor & Industry (DLI) produces a report on the performance of Montana’s economy during the past year, a barometer of the state economy.
MADISON COUNTY—Halloween quickly approaches, and horror buffs around Montana are preparing to get their fright on. We put our research minds to work finding the best places to look for spooks both genuine and manufactured.
Around 45 percent of Americans believe in ghosts, according to a Huffington Post poll. Are you one of them?
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.
VIRGINIA CITY—At its monthly meeting on Monday, September 24, the Madison County Planning Board held a public hearing to decide the fate of a 4.3-acre tract in the Yellowstone Club area of Big Sky.
ENNIS—Representatives from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) presented a new document to the public on Wednesday, September 27 that gives information on the health of several streams in the Madison River watershed.
ENNIS—With homecoming festivities complete, the Ennis School Board turned its attention to the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year at its monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 12.
MADISON VALLEY—The 2018 fire season led to an eight-family evacuation in the Haypress Lakes subdivision while the Monument and Wigwam fires consumed tinder-dry brush in the Gravelly Range.
MADISON COUNTY—Over the past decade, Montana has become the home of a conflict few places in the United States see: protecting and fostering agricultural interests while at the same time protecting threatened carnivore species, most centrally wolves and grizzly bears.
VIRGINIA CITY—The Madison County commissioners held a public meeting on Tuesday, September 11 to begin brainstorming ideas for making Virginia City safer for pedestrians and adding more resources for truck drivers passing through.