At 6 p.m. on May 10, Madison County Sheriff’s Office dispatch received reports of a controlled burn that was out of control, according to Dustin Tetrault, Madison County director of emergency management.
Athletes from all four Madison County high schools hit the field at Van Winkle Stadium in Bozeman on May 12 and 13 for the 12C district track meet. Despite wet, snowy weather, student athletes ran the hardest, jumped the farthest and threw the longest to move on to the divisional track meet this weekend.
The state music festival was last weekend in Billings, and students from Ennis, Twin Bridges, Harrison and Sheridan spent two days battling it out with other musicians across the state.
Madison County’s track and field athletes were busy last week with meets in Bozeman and Missoula as they gear up for the district track meet on May 12-13. Golfers were also on the move, preparing for the state golf meet on May 15-17.
During their April meeting, the Solid Waste Board discussed whether they want to push recycling in Madison County via a recommendation to the county commissioners.
After a break to celebrate the Easter holiday, Harrison student athletes were back on the track Thursday, April 20 at a meet in Livingston.
Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 after Sen. Gaylord Nelson, Wisconsin, proposed the idea to congress after seeing the effects of an oil spill in southern California.
The American Legion Anderson-Simpson Post #89 in Sheridan has seen updates to the 80 year old building, thanks to Mike Morgan, adjutant, and the rest of the 30 legion members.
The Sheridan School Board meeting started off with a quick trophy presentation from Shawn Regnerus, who is the Formula 1 advisor for the school, about the team’s second place finish in the professional class in the F1 regional challenge in Butte.
The Marsh name is well known in the Ruby Valley, much thanks to the hard work of Paul Marsh.