MADISON COUNTY—It may be only mid-November, but thoughts are already turning toward Christmas as snow begins to fly and Thanksgiving travel plans are made. And with those plans comes the onset of holiday shopping.
MADISON COUNTY - Sunday, November 11, Veterans Day, was a day to honor veterans and think about the high cost of the freedoms American’s enjoy.
Several events were held across the county.
VIRGINIA CITY—Visitors to Virginia City in the summertime see Salt and Pepper nearly every day. They’re the picturesque pair of Percheron draft horses driven by Matt Clover, taking visitors on stagecoach tours of the historic district.
MADISON COUNTY - Halloween afternoon brought chilly temperatures and even a few snow showers to Madison County, but it wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of trick-or-treaters, who came out in full force.
MADISON COUNTY—Butte-based nonprofit Headwaters Resource Conservation and Development hosted its annual Local Tastes dinner and fundraiser on Thursday, October 18, where it recognized businesses from around southwestern Montana in nine different categories.
ENNIS—In his nearly three decades working in the rehabilitation engineering lab for Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado, Peter Pauwels saw his fair share of catastrophic injuries.
He also saw just how far human intelligence could go toward remedying those injuries.
MADISON COUNTY - With less than two weeks until Halloween, it’s time to stock up on snacks for the trick-or-treaters that will inevitably come knocking on October 31.
ENNIS—Brummie Boggus’s love for rodeo began the first time he ever watched a rider on a bronco.
“I’ve just always wanted to do it,” he says. “I always watched rodeos and knew that I wanted to do that too.”
MADISON COUNTY—Halloween quickly approaches, and horror buffs around Montana are preparing to get their fright on. We put our research minds to work finding the best places to look for spooks both genuine and manufactured.
Around 45 percent of Americans believe in ghosts, according to a Huffington Post poll. Are you one of them?
ENNIS—When Angela Post opened Halo Studio Hair, she intended it to simply be a hobby endeavor. Styling and cutting hair had been her career for nearly three decades, and she and her husband wanted a quieter atmosphere than the busy Lake Tahoe scene they’d lived in.