The February 28, 2022, Madison County Planning Board public hearing on Flatiron Subdivision and PUD has been postponed to a subsequent date to be determined, according to Cody Marxer, Planner for the Madison County Planning Board. The public hearing was originally scheduled to be held on Monday.
Unofficial election municipal general election results from Madison County were reported by Paula McKenzie, Madison County Clerk and Recorder/Election Administrator, shortly after the mail in election closed Tuesday evening.
The canvass is set for Nov. 10, 2021, after which official election results will be reported.
Sheridan Lady Panthers headed to Big Sky for the Lone Peak Tournament on Aug. 28. Here’s how it played out:
Sheridan vs. Lone Peak 16-21 10-21
Sheridan vs. Shields Valley JV 21-19 21-12
Sheridan vs. Harrison 21-18 21-19
Sheridan vs. West Yellowstone 21-15 21-9
There is soon to be one more location for Madison County residents to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. Madison County Public Health Director Emilie Sayler announced recently that her department is now authorized to house and administer the vaccine.
Following suit with neighboring counties and public lands, Madison County has reverted to from Stage 2 to Stage 1 burn restrictions.
The Covid pandemic underscored how vitally important health care workers are to society. In a small community, their value is magnified. So is their absence when health care jobs go unfilled.
While the county’s population increase of nearly one thousand new souls doesn’t exactly constitute a surge, it bears out the perception of many residents: that Madison County is growing and feeling the effects of more people.
Just over 40%. That’s how many Madison County high schoolers reported to have used an electronic vapor tobaccoless nicotine product, better known as e-cigarettes or vapes. That number was recently published by the Montana Office of Public Instruction in its 2021 Youth Risk Behavior report.
It's been a while since Madison County Public Health Director Emilie Sayler provided a Covid-19 update for Madison County Commissioners, but with cases on the rise statewide Sayler was back at the commissioner’s meeting with an update on August 17.