Ennis town council is looking at funding the senior center
Mill levy may be easiest route to funding
ENNIS – The Ennis town commission heard a request from Ennis Senior Center president Lynn Foreman and treasurer Bob Welna at their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 11, to continue the funding the town pledged four years ago, which expired at the end of 2018. The town initially made a $20,000... Continue Reading


Sheridan Junior Duck Stamp artists - Every year the 3rd grade art class in Sheridan studies waterfowl and wetlands before drawing a realistic portrait of one particular duck or goose species. Students sometimes choose to enter their artwork in the Montana Junior Duck Stamp Contest. They may compete against up to 100 other students in their age category. This year Sheridan sent six entries. Every student received a Certificate of Appreciation for entering their artwork. Above (left to right) are: Hazalin Mad
Three local students earn honors
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, April 19, the National Junior Duck Stamp contest was held at Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge in Patuxent, Maryland. ... Continue Reading


ABOVE – Harrison students performed “The Adventures of Robin Hood” on March 28, after working every day after school for more than a month to prepare the production. The play was a huge success, staff told the Harrison school board at their April 8 meeting. (A. Christensen)
No levy, one board candidate, no need for election
HARRISON—Board chairman Dusty Wagner joked that Harrison’s April school board meeting was on track to be one of the shortest in recent history, and... Continue Reading


Ennis first baseman Alyssa West made a spectacular catch for the out. (R. Colyer)
ENNIS—The brand-new lady Mustangs softball team played their second double header of the season on Friday, April 12, ending up with an even 2-2 record. The first of the two games was a near-shutout against Browning, which Ennis walked away from with a 10-1 victory. Jenna Snider led both teams with... Continue Reading


While visiting Camp Bullwheel last summer, Bill McGraw lost his wallet. He had no idea that an anonymous good Samaritan would later find it and go to great lengths to return it. (R. Colyer)
Out-of-state visitor receives miracle wallet return
ENNIS—Bill McGraw first visited Camp Bullwheel to visit an old friend.  McGraw and Camp Bullwheel Director of Development Frank Bell had gone to high... Continue Reading

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