Madison County schools are navigating high school sports with COVID-19 regulations.
Madison County had six new COVID-19 cases between Aug. 4 and Aug. 11. The county has eight active cases as of Aug. 11.
Desaray Tipton’s first market animal project transformed into a family hobby.
The conversation surrounding the listing and delisting of Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears includes many voices. From ranchers to environmental groups to Yellowstone National Park, each voice provides an important perspective. The Madisonian will cover these perspectives as the conversation continues.
The Madison County Public Health Department can no longer contact trace COVID-19 cases to known cases in the county or due to travel.
Eighteen Madison County residents and four seasonal residents have tested positive for COVID-19 between July 21 and July 28. The county has 12 active cases as of July 28.
Summer is upon Madison County, which means people are taking advantage of the blue skies in the backcountry. But one must never assume to know what Montana’s fickle weather will bring or mazes her forests can create.
Madison County Sanitarian Van Puckett spoke with each Madison County school superintendent about plans for the upcoming school year.
“They’re all doing a great job working toward the same common goal,” Puckett said. “Each one is looking at the health and wellbeing of the students and staff.”
Madison County has the fourth highest COVID-19 cases per capita in the state as of July 21.
A Madison County burn ban went into effect at noon July 15.
Fireworks and open burning are not allowed on private lands due to dry conditions. Two-thirds of the county is in a severe drought. The Madison County Commissioners signed the ban July 14.