Dr. Cathy Whitlock, a professor of Earth Sciences at Montana State University (MSU), and a fellow with the Montana Institute on Ecosystems told a packed Ennis fire station that warming due to climate change is already here on Wednesday, Nov. 28. (J. Taylor)
Man-made or natural, Montana is already warming, says MSU professor
ENNIS - About 60 people crammed into the Madison Valley – Ennis fire station north of town on Wednesday evening, November 28, to participate in what the Gravelly Landscape Collaborative (GLC) was calling a “Community Climate Conversation.” GLC – along with the Madison Valley Ranchlands Group, the... Continue Reading


Sen. Daines and supporters of LWCF rally outside the Captiol in Washington, D.C. (Submitted)
Land and Water Conservation Fund expired September 30
HELENA - Montana’s Republican Senator Steve Daines and Democratic Senator Jon Tester joined congressional representatives and conservationists for a... Continue Reading
Holiday strolls in full swing
Gearing up for annual appeal to continue conservation, education programs
Ennis’s Native American Program explores culture, music and a favorite holiday

MADISON COUNTY—The Annie E. Casey Foundation released its KIDS COUNT Data Book for 2018 on Wednesday, June 27. The data book breaks down national... Continue Reading
Elementary students learn new things about themselves, too.
Board hears Falcon Hall of Fame plan, meets the candidates
Board talks potential wrestling co-op, cancels school election


Ennis High School sent three representatives to the state golf championships at Fairmont Hot Springs May 14-16: (left to right) Landri Paladichuk, John Fortier and Logan Crowley. (Submitted)
FAIRMONT - Ennis High School freshman Landri Paladichuk was uncertain of where she’d finish heading into the state tournament. Through the first day of competition, she was trailing the leader, Manhattan Christian’s Jillian Frye, by two strokes, and was tied with golfers from Harlowton and Lone... Continue Reading


Before it became the Madison Meadows golf course and Valley Garden Golf Village, Valley Garden Ranch was a stretch of ranchland with a diverse history, from polo horses to cattle. Toni Bowen, who lives in the golf course development now, decided to research the story earlier this year.
Toni Bowen couldn’t find the story she wanted to read, so she wrote it herself
ENNIS—Earlier this year, Toni Bowen tried to look up the history of the Madison Meadows Golf Course, and by extension, the ranch that had been there... Continue Reading
Ennis elementary learns how to grow, prepare local ingredients
NRCS grant will help Ennis schools greenhouse and gardens
Becoming a part of something bigger
Matt Clover’s Percherons are the first team to ever win back-to-back titles

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