MADISON COUNTY – “The economy of Montana is surely benefitting from the resilience of the upper Madison River; the question is then – at what point will angler pressure impact the health of trout and whitefish populations in the upper Madison River,” asks a report recently released by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) department’s Regio
VIRGINIA CITY—The Madison County commissioners are remaining busy leading up to the holidays, hearing updates and public comment from a variety of sectors at their weekly meeting on Tuesday, December 11, including public feedback on a county loan for an upcoming Ennis housing project and final approvals for a Big Sky project in the works since s
SHERIDAN—Sheridan and Twin Bridges school districts are weighing a potential football cooperative agreement that would combine the turnout athletes from both schools into a single, eight-man team in coming years.
MADISON COUNTY—On Tuesday, December 4, Stanley Gordon Bernardini appeared in Gallatin County District Court and pleaded not guilty to three criminal counts, one of which may connect him to the disappearance of Michelle Marie Sorrows, a 37-year-old Ennis woman, earlier this year.
MADISON COUNTY – Last flu season, 80,000 people in the U.S. died from the flu or from complications once they’d contracted it. So far this year, five people have already died from the flu, including one in Montana: a six-year-old girl in Missoula County.
ENNIS—Adding to a long string of holiday festivities, Ennis hosted its annual Christmas Stroll on Friday, December 7, with a slew of festive activities and competitions.
TWIN BRIDGES – On Sunday, December 9, the veterans of Twin Bridges and the surrounding area kept up a tradition six decades strong.
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.
SHERIDAN—The first of many holiday festivities kicked off on Friday evening, November 30, as Sheridan hosted its annual Christmas Stroll.
SHERIDAN—The Ruby Habitat Foundation does a lot of things, but there are some workings of nature that they simply can’t control.