ENNIS - The Mule Deer Foundation’s (MDF) Ghosts of the Madison Chapter held its third annual fundraising banquet at the Ennis Rodeo Grounds Saturday, July 28.
VIRGINIA CITY—Two weeks ago, the Montana History Foundation facilitated the transfer of the Lee C. McFarland Curatorial Center into the ownership of the Montana Heritage Commission, which oversees the artifacts, curation and preservation of Virginia City and Nevada City.
BIG SKY – Madison County’s easternmost community will be the location for a lollapalooza of a music festival come Friday, August 17 and Saturday, Aug. 18, when the inaugural version of the Moonlight MusicFest hits town.
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.
BOZEMAN—A orange, bicycle-riding orangutan lives outside Jim Dolan’s Bozeman gallery.
SHERIDAN - On Sunday July 15, the Sheridan Public Works Director Curtis Green contacted Mayor Bob Stump to inform him that the potable water storage tank level had dropped to a critical level.
The storage tank was barely half full and that level would be inadequate to support any structure firefighting efforts in the town.
ENNIS—Larry Love’s family moved to Ennis in 1908. His grandfather, W.S. Angle, owned the Angle Forge, which used to be located in the center of “town—” if you could call it town.
ENNIS—Where are they all coming from?
It’s a common refrain throughout the Madison Valley during the summer: motorists and pedestrians alike wondering who in their right mind would choose to bike over the hills separating Ennis from Virginia City and West Yellowstone, clad in those Lycra get ups no less.
NORRIS—The cleanup efforts came just in the nick of time.
One night while I was ridin’ home old Ginny took a tumble. Flew past her head and hit the ground, left sittin’ there to grumble.
I only saw one end of her. She took off on a run. My coat was flappin’ in the wind. She even had my gun.