Between Nov. 16 and Nov. 22, Madison County reported 59 new coronavirus cases. Four residents are hospitalized, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 22. Two hundred residents are currently quarantined.
Between Nov. 9-15, Madison County reported 68 coronavirus cases.
Two additional residents have been hospitalized since last week, bringing the total number of hospitalizations throughout the pandemic to 16. The total death count is now two. Two hundred and twenty individuals are quarantined.
Preliminary plans for Moonlight Basin’s latest expansion were approved Oct. 13.
Montana reported 1,101 new coronavirus cases as of 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force report. Twelve cases new cases were reported in Madison County, bringing active cases to 63.
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.
In a week-long, single elimination District tournament, players traveled from one gym to another to hash out who would get to represent District 12C at Divisionals. Manhattan Christian emerged as the District champion.
Here is a breakdown of the games courtesy MontanaSports.com:
From Oct. 20-Oct. 26, Madison County confirmed 27 new coronavirus cases. One Madison County resident is currently hospitalized, and 112 residents are in quarantine, up seven from last week.
A high of 12 degrees made for a chilly state cross country meet. On Saturday, Kalispell was snowy and cold, but runners powered through.
“Tough conditions, but Montana-tough runners!” Ennis cross country coach Melinda Legg said.
Madison County confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in two days, Oct. 18-19. The county has 18 active cases as of Oct. 19.