Kathleen “Nikki” Edmundson, Canty Boots, Harrison has been named Montana’s U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Women-Owned Business of the Year for 2020. This award is given to a business that is at least 51% woman-owned with a successful track record and a commitment to strengthen women-owned businesses within the community.
The Ennis’ Hunter’s Feed lost its Louisiana flavor this year.
Twin Bridges Elementary School Principal Cindy Brown received an email from Montana No Kid Hungry, an organization dedicated to promoting plentiful and healthy food for children in Montana, looking for entries into the Montana Schools Eats Photo Contest.
The way Joe Witherspoon and his wife Gwen decided to move to Twin Bridges in 2010 says a lot about how astronomy informed Joe’s entire life.
On Saturday Oct 3., seven Sheridan American Legion Post 89 members (Chris Mumme, Jim Fordyce, Mike Morgan, Cliff Morgan, Bob Reimard, Dave Dixon, Bill Tate and guest Jim Harris completely refurbished the Poison Creek Cemetery in the Upper Ruby.
Eileen Pearce, secretary of the Ruby Valley Swimming Club (RVSC) in Sheridan, moved to the area 20 years ago. In the early 2000s, she attended a pancake breakfast at the fire department and sat down next to a certain someone. “And that’s where it started,” she said of her Ruby Valley Swimming Pool (RVSP) involvement.
After a 35-day government shutdown at the end of 2019, Congress approved a spending package to fund the federal government for the next fiscal year. Part of this package included $1.38 million for Wildlife Services (WS) to hire employees responsible for nonlethally reducing conflict between predators and livestock in 12 states.
Denise Connie Ahlert, better known as D.C., is the youngest of four girls who all took dance classes growing up. “I told my parents, at least I made a career out of it, so they paid off! But I couldn’t imagine doing anything else,” Ahlert said.
Devastating realities in history have prompted and propelled the role of public health in societies. The induction of the Federal Emergency Management Agency after 9/11 drove Madison County to create a public health board for the first time in 2001.
Debbie Rogers delights in the natural world. Everyday she is out in it – horseback riding, hiking, and then digging around in the dirt of her organic garden. The chickens cluck and the rooster struts, all pecking at the dirt, ridding the garden of invaders. Raspberry bushes provide sustenance and shade on hot days.