HELENA - Montana’s Republican Senator Steve Daines and Democratic Senator Jon Tester joined congressional representatives and conservationists for a press conference in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, November 29 to call for the permanent reauthorization of a program first established by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964.
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—Thanks to a collaborative project lasting over a year, westslope Cutthroat Trout (WCT) will soon have access to a large part of their historical habitat they haven’t seen in a very long time.
MADISON COUNTY – Hunters, wildlife watchers, anyone who cares about Montana’s quality of life and wildlife needs to be aware of how a deer-family disease could impact the future.
Sheridan - Sheridan’s town council considered a potential new subdivision for the town and approved hiring help to do the town’s accounting bookwork at its Tuesday, November 13 meeting.
Todd Dahlman approached council with an idea for a subdivision he’d like to begin working on.
CARDWELL—Madison County’s main animal shelter, based on Jefferson Island just outside Cardwell, will soon move into a new location thanks to the purchase of the building that has housed one of the town’s best-known businesses.
ENNIS – Plans for the future dominated the Ennis town commission’s Thursday, November 8, meeting.
VIRGINIA CITY—The Virginia City town council held its monthly meeting on Thursday, November 1, resolving an issue that has been on at least three council agendas this year.
ENNIS - According to Corey Stapleton, Montana’s Secretary of State, the unofficial (not all 669 statewide precincts were finished reporting in as of 7:30 a.m., November 7) tallies in the Tuesday, November 6 election are these:
• Voter turnout - 417, 639 voted; 711,259 people are registered, a 58 percent turnout.
VIRGINIA CITY—At their weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 23, the Madison County commissioners approved a loan to facilitate a Habitat for Humanity project that will take place in Ennis’s North 40 subdivision north of town.