Montana’s Attorney General visited the Madison Valley Medical Center on his campaign trail for governor.
Out-of-state seasonal employees who are coming to work in Madison County do not have to self-quarantine upon arrival.
Montana’s House District 71 will have a new representative for the first time in eight years.
Gov. Steve Bullock announced nine new financial relief programs funded by the CARES Act to provide assistance to individuals and businesses. Applications are available Thursday May 7 at 8 a.m.
Madison County’s District #1 will vote for a county commissioner in the primary elections June 2. District #1 includes Virginia City, Alder and Sheridan. It is a nonpartisan election, with four candidates running for the seat. The top two candidates will carry on to the general election ballot in November.
The community gathered on Twin Bridges’ Main Street to support their local restaurants Friday evening. The Old Hotel’s daily 50 bento boxes were accounted for before the day started. The Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Steakhouse & BBQ had to call employees into work for the first time since it closed its dining room.
Rules for Madison County’s elections have adjusted to accommodate the statewide stay-at- home order.
Sewers of Madison County have mobilized in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began advising the public to wear face coverings in public settings where social distancing is hard to maintain, like at the grocery store. Simple masks can be made at home using cloth sewn into a particular pattern.
Gatherings in a hot spring off of the Jefferson River has become a public safety concern.
As we watch our fellow business owners scrambling to understand their fast-changing realities and awaiting their slowly unveiled options, we empathize. We’re feeling it, too.