One thing that is easy to do in a small group, and almost preferable, is playing a game. There are so many tabletop options anymore, even those ‘not-super-into-games’ people can find something they like.
Winner - Tilly Straszewski, 4th grade, Mr. McKitrick's class
2nd Place - Ezra Baughman, 4th grade, Mrs. Brosovich's class
3rd Place - Bennett Hubner, 3rd grade, Mrs. Schultz' class
First Place buttons will be sold for $2 starting this Friday at The Chamber Office, Madison Foods and other select locations.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission unanimously voted to adopt the Madison River Recreation Rules as recommended by Fish Wildlife & Parks (FWP) and approved amendments to recommended rules including a cap on outfitter numbers and the rest/ rotation and walk/wade schedules on Nov. 18.
Sometimes people just need to know that someone cares and is thinking about them, Dr. Roman Hendrickson at the Ruby Valley Medical Center (RVMC) said. Additionally, sometimes people need to be given a vessel for caring for others as they are able.
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.
All Conference Football:
1st Team Tight End - Ian Swanson
2nd Team Center - Tyler Sciuchetti
2nd Team Running Back - Jacob Johnson
1st Team All State Tight End - Ian Swanson
1st Team Middle Linebacker - Ian Swanson
Local shops, stores and restaurants are what make small towns and communities special. The call to shop local is not just a fun marketing campaign, but it asks consumers to look beyond the act of shopping and on towards the people and communities behind the stores.
If you strip pie down to its bare basics — the Platonic Pie, if you will — the concept is extraordinarily simple. It’s a crust of some sort filled with literally whatever you want. It should come as no surprise, then, that the history of pie stretches back thousands of years.
Ennis High School is running out of space, Ennis Schools Superintendent Casey Klasna said.
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.