BOZEMAN – On Saturday, May 11, Harrison, Ennis, Sheridan and Twin Bridges track teams competed at the District 11 - 12C Track Meet in Bozeman. Harrison boys’ track team is placed 1st for the second year in a row.
MADISON COUNTY – With municipal elections around the corner, now is a good time to look at what seats are available and who is in the running for them.
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.
HELENA – On April 13, 2019, at the 107th annual Montana Library Association conference held in Helena, the Madison Valley Public Library received the 2019 Excellent Library Service Award (ELSA) from the Montana State Library (MSL) Commission.
BOZEMAN – As part of ongoing efforts to monitor the population of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Yellowstone National Park and the USGS would like to inform the public that biologists with the National Park Service and Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) will be conducting scientific grizzly bear research operations
Missoula – The governors of Montana and ten other Western states have proclaimed May as Wildfire Awareness Month. Fire prevention agencies and organizations across the state invite all Montanans to participate.
BOZEMAN – After an erratic winter brought a little bit of everything weather-wise to the Treasure State, spring followed suit with another change-up.
ENNIS – In 2018, the lightning-caused Monument Fire in the Gravelly Mountains burned more than 6,600 acres of which 66 percent burned in a moderate to high severity.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, April 19, the National Junior Duck Stamp contest was held at Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge in Patuxent, Maryland.
ENNIS – According to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist Dean Waltee, hunters harvested 18 mountain lions across his management area during the 2018-19 season: Seventeen were legal harvests and one was an incidental harvest of a female following the female harvest quota having been met. This was the first documented incidental lion harve