Frank Ford was almost in tears last Friday. The day before, it might have been due to the three chainsaws stolen from the Firewood Bank of the Ruby Valley, but that day it was from the immensely generous community response to the theft.
The Alder School Board discussed leftover lunch money as part of last Thursday evening’s meeting.
The Twin Bridges School District, via School Board Chair Steve Janzen, reached out to Headwaters RC&D about housing concerns.
The rules regulating recreation use on the Madison River will be official on Dec. 24, even though nearly all of the rules, as adopted by the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission, won’t be implemented until 2022.
From Nov. 29-Dec. 6, Madison County reported 31 new coronavirus cases. There have been 26 total hospitalizations through the pandemic and three deaths. Seventy-five residents are currently in quarantine.
Landri Paladichuk has signed with Rocky Mountain College for Golf. (Picture from Left to Right - Allen Rohrback, Jenny Rohrback, Landri Paladichuk, Gary Paladichuk, Schafer Palidichuk).
Writer's note: my mom, laboratory QA safety specialist at the state lab, used to walk my sister and I through the halls and different components of the lab when we were little. I thought Debbie was the coolest woman then, especially after I started hearing about all the ultras she ran, and still feel that way now.
In partnership with Southwest Montana Prevention, community members are working on implementing Communities That Care (CTC) in Madison County. The process began a year ago but was set back due to the pandemic.
From Nov. 23-Nov. 29, Madison County reported 22 new coronavirus cases. One hundred and fifty residents are in quarantine and there have been 23 total hospitalizations. Four county residents are currently hospitalized.