Ruby Valley Medical Center and area agencies came together Wednesday for a unique, two-part, multi-agency simulation training event in Sheridan.
Twin Bridges Town Council’s (TBTC) was delayed a week but came back having passed a potentially significant ordinance for the community. Ordinance 2022-02 Short Term Residential Rentals within the city limits of the town of Twin Bridges.
It only takes a spark to get a fire going, as the old adage pronounces. The Flying S Title and Escrow team in Ennis certainly ignited a blaze with an idea stemming from a challenge their company issued for a “Day of Service” on Veterans Day.
The WebEx meeting number has changed for the 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28 and Tuesday, Nov. 29 Madison County Planning Board meeting. Preliminary plat approval for the Mile Creek RV Park and Resort is on the agenda.
Here is the updated info:
Webex Meeting Options
The Ennis Town Commissioners passed two ordinances in their Thursday regular meeting. Ordinance 152, an amendment to Title 10, will allow uniform regulations for industrial users of publicly owned treatment works. Ordinance 153, an amendment to Title 8, outlines camping regulations on public ways and property.
As submittted by Madison County Clerk and Recorder/Election Administrator, Paula McKenzie. Results will not be official until the vote is canvassed.
US REPRESENTATIVE 1ST DISTRICT
(Vote for 1)
LIB JOHN LAMB 258
DEM MONICA TRANEL 1477
Wildlife health staff with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recently detected chronic wasting disease in a white-tailed deer buck that was harvested by a hunter in hunting district 311.
Unfortunately, there was a mistake at the printer this week. Page A3 was printed in the place of A13. Advertisers John Heckler for Commissioner District 3 and Keller Williams Realty were both represented on this page, as well as some great community submissions. Please see the full page here or in your E-edition.
Joe Brummell, the Madison County Fire Warden and Disaster and Emergency Services Coordinator, was recognized as the 2022 Fire Cooperator of the Year by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
Hunter numbers were below average and hunter success was mixed in southwestern Montana over the opening weekend of the general deer and elk hunting season.