Chloe Chapman, of Ennis, was awarded a certificate of excellence by Wes Orr of the Ennis Lions Club for her recent Science Fair entry entitled "The Language of Music.” (Photo courtesy Ennis Lions Club)
Noni Dilschneider, of Ennis, was selected as this year's Annual Peace Poster contest winner. The Ennis Lions Club sponsors the contest. In the photo, Noni explains her poster to Lions Club District Govenor Verna Love at a recent Lions Club meeting. (Photo courtesy Ennis Lions Club)
The Friends of the Sheridan Library will present a panel discussion, “Growing Up in the Ruby Valley,” on Sunday, March 18, 5 p.m. at the Sheridan Library. There is a lot to be said for growing up in and around small Montana towns. Life was simpler in some ways, harder in others, but you always knew where you were.
ENNIS – Teamwork is an important aspect of many occupations, but nowhere is teamwork more important than during military service. Every service member has an important job, with others relying on him or her to get the job done right.
Financial technology company SmartAsset issued a report on property taxes in Montana and Madison County ranked third-best in the state for value received for property tax dollars.
Montana young women and teens have the opportunity to earn college scholarships and learn leadership skills by entering the Miss Montana Scholarship Program or Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen competition for teens age 13-17 June 14-16 in Glendive.
(StatePoint) Sometimes the smallest changes to your daily habits can have the biggest impact on your wellness. With that in mind, here are a few easy ways you can change your routine for a better you.