Two Twin Bridges men took decisive action and were instrumental in the apprehension of two suspected burglars last Thursday morning.
Members of American Legion Post 31 in Twin Bridges presented awards to Twin Bridges Middle School students on March 20 and treated the students with an ice cream social. Earlier this winter, Post 31 organized a 7th and 8th grade government survey contest followed later by a Constitutional essay contest.
Ennis Town Council held a special meeting March 13 to review the town's updated draft zoning ordinance. If council enacts the draft, following work sessions and public hearings, it would replace the current town zoning ordinance in its entirety. The current Ennis zoning regulations were enacted in 2002.
The Assessment, Feedback, Incentives and Exchange program is a childhood immunization evaluation process conducted by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. The program provides continuous quality improvement evaluations designed specifically for immunizations.
MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DISPATCH LOG
3/18/18 – 3/24/18
Welfare Check on Point of Rocks Rd Silver Star
Medical Aid in 100 Blk Madison St Harrison
Medical Aid in 100 Blk Tuke Ln Sheridan
Stolen Vehicle Out of County
Coroner Call in Cameron
A truck and trailer carrying 223 pigs rolled over on Montana Highway 84, mile marker 6.8, at approximately 2:12 p.m. on March 22, causing an extended highway closure.
Smithson issued $50,000 bail order
Jeb Floyd Smithson appeared at the Madison County Courthouse on March 26 for a bond hearing. Smithson is charged with failing to register as a violent offender, theft and obstructing a peace officer.
Madison County Sheriff Roger Thompson reported a 30-year-old male was found dead in Virginia City on Feb. 19. The body has been identified as John Frederick Dahm of Libby, Mont.
Since the start of the year, 19 thefts have been reported to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Ennis Police Department. Of most concern are seven of these thefts, where the suspects are targeting storage units, homes and out-buildings on victims' properties.
Madison County was ranked number one in Montana in an annual comparative health report, published on March 14 by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, with collaboration from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.