The basement of the Madison County Courthouse has historically had issues with dampness resulting from runoff seeping into the more than 100-year-old building. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office once resided there, but was relocated down the road. On March 31 work began to remediate the damp and related mold in the lower level of the courthouse. PHOTO BY JOLENE PALMER
Courthouse documents a likely culprit in mold spore spread
Mold was once again detected at the Madison County Courthouse, but whether or not its presence presents a health threat varies greatly from person to person. Reports of adverse health effects possibly related to mold exposure prompted Madison County Commissioners to approve the hiring of Buffalo... Continue Reading


The Madison River Recreation Management rules were approved by the commission in Nov. 2020 and adopted by the Secretary of State in Dec. 2020. PHOTO BY KEELY LARSON
Commissioners extend Madison River commercial cap implementation until 2023
Montana Fish & Wildlife Commissioners moved to extend the closure of the Ennis Fishing Access Site (FAS) until June 30 during a meeting on April... Continue Reading
Final public hearing to be held May 10
Madison County COVID & Vaccination Update
Proclamations and prioritization; SWT students support local businesses
Madison County COVID & Vaccination Update


Lure Me Inn’s new proprietor Tony Treglia revels in his new home and business. He’s passionate about maintaining the Inn’s already-established reputation as a quiet, welcoming haven for travelers from near and far. He stayed at the property before purchasing it and looks back fondly at his first stay in Cabin 5. PHOTO BY JOLENE PALMER
Lure Me Inn’s new owner counts his blessings
Sometimes opportunity presents itself in the most unexpected of ways. Prior to the pandemic Tony Treglia was a successful businessman, working in... Continue Reading
MSU professor and invasive species specialist receives outreach recognition
Jenna Nate places first in The Prospects business competition; Twin Bridges students received seconds, thirds, honorable mentions and winning Covid-inspired business pitch
Changes coming to Community Garden and Market for Greater Ennis
Ennis Montana Farmers Market coming to town


Winning smiles after the first game of the softball season on April 1. PHOTO COURTESY ANDY THOMAS
Ennis girls nab a W at first game of the season
Spring is finally in full swing – varsity softball season is officially underway. The Ennis girls’ team took on Anaconda on April 1 in a home game... Continue Reading
Track clinic kicks off season at Harrison School District
Falcons cap the season second in state
Local basketballers gave it their all to end season in Deer Lodge

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