ENNIS – Teamwork is an important aspect of many occupations, but nowhere is teamwork more important than during military service. Every service member has an important job, with others relying on him or her to get the job done right.
(StatePoint) Sometimes the smallest changes to your daily habits can have the biggest impact on your wellness. With that in mind, here are a few easy ways you can change your routine for a better you.
Montana young women and teens have the opportunity to earn college scholarships and learn leadership skills by entering the Miss Montana Scholarship Program or Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen competition for teens age 13-17 June 14-16 in Glendive.
BOZEMAN – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Region 3 Citizens’ Advisory Committee will meet in Bozeman at the regional headquarters (1400 S. 19th Ave.) on Wed., Feb. 28 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
When a person dials 911, they are in need. A trained dispatcher will answer the phone and immediately ask, “What is your emergency?” Depending on the caller’s needs, the dispatcher will begin to assign the most appropriate agencies to respond to that caller’s emergency.
MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DISPATCH LOG
2/18/18 – 2/24/18
*No calls of high priority.
Disturbance in 300 Blk N Main St Ennis
Accident on MT Hwy 283 MM 5 Pony
Privacy in Communications on Main St Harrison
Warrant Service in 200 Blk N Main St Ennis
Bench warrant issued for Depaoli
Dalton Furie Depaoli failed to appear at the Madison County Courthouse on Feb. 26 for an initial appearance. Depaoli is being charged with one count failure to verify as a violent offender. A court ordered bench warrant was issued.
During the Ennis School Board meeting last week, Ennis High School Principal Rich Borden reported the Montana Coaches Association named school athletic director Paul Bills as the assistant girl’s coach of the year.