THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE MADISON VALLEY, RUBY VALLEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS

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Duchess, a six-year-old Anatolian Shepherd-Great Pyrenees mix, traveled nearly 20 miles when the Monument fire blew up in early August. Nearly three weeks later, she was reunited with her family. (Debi Reynolds)

Homeward Bound

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. 

About 700 grizzly bears live in the Yellowstone ecosystem. Bears have been known to prey on livestock. (K. Moen)

Coexisting with carnivores

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.

Drivers are not following the rules of the road when it comes to school buses, according to school bus driver and school officials. Those who don’t put the lives of students at risk. (R. Colyer)

Bus - ted

MADISON COUNTY - As the school year gets rolling for districts around Madison County, local bus drivers and law enforcement continue to deal with drivers ignoring regulations involving school buses. 

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