Soul-shaking crescendos, awe-inspiring solos, voices in perfect harmony, or thought-provoking theater all evoking laughter, tears or reflection. The full scope of the beauty of humanity is experienced every season at Warren Miller Performing Arts Center (WMPAC).
Forty miles from Alder, past Upper Canyon Outfitters on the right side of the road near Poison Creek, sits a fenced in portion of grass.
A year ago, Ennis Booster Club reinstalled the tradition of giving out an Honorary “E” to a community member who we feel has been an exceptional supporter of our youth athletes. This fall, our Honorary “E” recipient is Vurnie Kay Barnett.
Oct. 21, 300 pumpkins were distributed to Ennis Schools students by REMAX partners. Officer John Moore helped with distribution and Shawn Christensen with Christensen Rentals provided equipment.
Gary Donald Clark was feeding cows and fixing fences on a Thursday afternoon. “You can always go fix a fence somewhere,” he said.
Off Highway 287 entering Harrison, Mont. sits Canty Boots. From the inside looking out, one can see golden grass, dark blue mountains dusted white and a sapphire blue fall sky. The walls inside are lined with ankle boots of more colors than the outside scenery.
The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) announced the 13th class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. The inductees were chosen from a field of candidates nominated by the general public. Inductees are honored for their notable contributions to the history and culture of Montana.
The Ennis Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Ennis resident Mary Sedwick has been named to the 2020 lists of Top 100 Volunteers in the Nation for towns of less than 5,000 in population. Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award organization is based in Kansas with a goal of spotlighting “small town heroes”.
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.