Sheridan residents have only a little longer to wait before construction begins on Montana Highway 287. Locals refer to it simply as “Main Street.”
Road construction will probably begin in mid-April, depending on the weather, said Geno Liva, Butte District construction operations engineer with the Montana Department of Transportation.
An exact timeline is still up in the air for the construction of the new Ruby Valley Hospital because the hospital’s board and administration are waiting to submit a loan application to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to assist with funding.
When Cellular One goes dark on July 31, 1,836 customers in the Ruby Valley alone will be without cell phone service, according to Matt Greemore, Twin Bridges Town Council member.
Polls closed at 8 p.m. yesterday and election officials instantly began tallying primary election ballots. All eight Madison County precincts reported numbers by 11 p.m., though the results will remain unofficial until after a statewide canvass, where designated canvassers recount the ballots.
Producers from Madison, Beaverhead and Silverbow counties met in Dillon on May 20 for a Southwestern Montana Stockmen’s Association meeting. The association gives involved producers the opportunity to have a say in the issues affecting Southwest Montana, Twin Bridges rancher Rick Sandru said.
Voters approve mill levies, elect new trustees during May 6 election.
Residents in Sheridan are gearing up for a big weekend of events as the annual Sheridan Festival gets going Friday morning. “It brings a lot of people home and stirs up the economy a little bit,” said Macel Anderson, owner of Booze and Buns in Sheridan and one of the festival’s organizers. “It lets us […]