After my third birthday, my mother took me weekly to Roanoak Community Center in Kansas City so I could spend an hour somersaulting and cartwheeling my way up and down the gym.
Sometimes, I still feel like a little kid. I’m 25 years old, I live 1,300 miles away from my family and I am definitely an adult. But every once in awhile, I miss the days when my mom made all my big decisions.
Now, our big weekend – the Fourth of July – is behind us and I can catch my breath. But, celebrating Independence Day has me thinking about an important issue: voting.
Being in the journalism business can be disillusioning if you don’t set aside time to enjoy the good news. That’s why I love working at The Madisonian – we prioritize and celebrate happy stories.
Back in action … and just a little sore!
I was out on a fun assignment last Friday. To celebrate Earth Day, I tagged along with Ennis Elementary School students as they conquered the town of Ennis and surrounding areas with trash bags in hand.
Hi readers! I first met Doug Stonebreaker, a Twin Bridges resident, in February 2014. It was a few months after I moved to Madison County, and I was still woefully ignorant about many things that make Montana special. One of those being bowhunting.
When I moved to Montana, I knew next to nothing about cattle. I knew I thought they were tasty, but that’s about it. I’ve learned a lot since I’ve called Madison County home, especially this year.––
I know, I know, moisture is a good thing. Last week, I chatted with Lucas Zukiewicz, water supply specialist with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service, and our conversation ended the way it usually does.
Last time you guys heard from me on the health page, I told you about purchasing Eddie, the first horse that is solely my responsibility. He’s a 4-year-old quarter horse gelding and he’s been a treat the month I’ve called him mine.