THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE MADISON VALLEY, RUBY VALLEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS

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Image of the proposed sidewalk plan. The cross walk at Main Street and 5th Avenue is suggested to move to the intersection of 5th Avenue and Main Street. PHOTO COURTESY OF THAD KAISER/GREAT WEST ENGINEERING
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Selecting an interim mayor A Twin Bridges’ Town Council decision​ The council will choose an interim mayor for Twin Bridges before their next monthly meeting. A subcommittee, comprised of two council members, conducted interviews with the two applicants, Patti Haze and Joe Willauer, Oct. 11. ... Continue Reading

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Twin Bridges School Board meets for September Sidewalks and water drainage discussed​ Twin Bridges School Board met on Tuesday to discuss grants, new... Continue Reading
Reducing bear conflicts at a Madison County dump
Sheridan first grader acknowledged for heroic actions
Pets pretty much have superpowers
A reminder to hunters

Schools

The World Strides fundraisers. PHOTO COURTESY OF KELLEY KNACK
On your mark, get set….Rock and Roll….and run!  On October 12, 2019, 74 runners/walkers came out to participate in the second annual World Strides... Continue Reading
Pre-kindergarten and student safety discussed
Ennis School employees were awarded for their efforts
The pre-k program takes the focus of the meeting

Sports

The Capital City 7 of 7 meet was canceled on Thursday due to snow on the course. Sheridan and Twin Bridges cross country teams were able to take the weekend off as a result of this cancelation. Both teams will run in Townsend on Saturday. Ennis cross country runners participated in the Rocktober 4... Continue Reading

Features

(From left to right) Top row representing land producers: Bret N. Barney of Wyola, Trina Jo Bradley of Valier, Lorents Grosfield of Big Timber, Kameron Kelsey of Gallatin Gateway, Heath Martinell of Dell and Gregory Schock of St. Ignatius. Second row representing conservation groups: Jonathan Bowler of Swan Valley, Caroline Byrd of Bozeman, Erin Edge of Missoula, Nick Gevock of Helena, Robyn King of Yaak and Cole Mannix of Helena. Representing the professional outdoor industry: Anne Schuschke of East Glacie
Members convene in Helena for the first time
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An advisory council to help determine how Montana and its partners will collectively manage and conserve grizzly bears met in Helena Oct. 3 - 4.  As... Continue Reading
Hearing from the voices of journalism in Madison County
FFA and 4-H student competition
Success in partnerships and collaborations with landowners and conservationists
Dottie Fossel does just about everything with Ennis in mind

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