On May 10, the Sheridan Town Council unanimously voted to approve both the Town’s Capital Improvement Plan and the Growth Policy.
During this month’s Alder School Board meeting, several members of the public commented on the school’s mask policy, advocating for its removal next school year. The board will keep the mask policy in place for the remainder of the current school year and will take time over the summer to revisit the policy.
As of May 18, Madison County reported one active coronavirus case and zero hospitalizations. One hospitalization was reported late last week, but the individual was able to check out early. Seven hundred and ninety cases have been confirmed over the course of the pandemic.
On Thursday, May 13, Charlie Kruer signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Dawson Community College in Glendive, Mont.
Last Friday, May 14 District 12C track athletes gathered in Bozeman on a sunny day to compete for the chance to move on to the Western C Divisional meet in Missoula.12C District Track results according to 406mtsports.com.
This is the second graduating high school class to celebrate this milestone amidst a pandemic.
Five days after the close of the 2021 legislative session republican HD 71 Representative Ken Walsh met with a handful of his constituents to reflect on the whirlwind experience.
NorthWestern Energy celebrates success of O’Dell Creek restoration project with original artwork by Montana artist Monte Dolack
The outstanding success of the Ennis-area O’Dell Creek Restoration Project, which began two decades ago, is recognized with a NorthWestern Energy-commissioned painting by renowned Montana artist Monte Dolack.
On May 4, Twin Bridges Schools had a special Teacher Appreciation Week assembly.
As of May 11, Madison County reported four active coronavirus cases. There are currently zero hospitalizations and there have been 786 cases since the start of the pandemic.