The Madison Valley Manor will present 7th Grade Semester 2 Art Show "Montana Meadowlarks" from 5-7 p.m., Tuesday, April 17th. Students have created a lovely display of oil pastel creations inspired by Montana symbols. Refreshments will be provided.
The Walsh Family (formally the Ruby Valley Bank scholarship program) is accepting applications for $750 scholarship awards for 2018 graduating high school seniors that meet the following eligibility:
The Twin Bridges Friends of the Library is looking for volunteers to join their group. It’s a casual friendly group that meets every other month for about an hour to discuss the needs of the library. The next meeting is scheduled for April 19. Please call 406 684-5993 for more information.
Boy am I sad. I've been looking and waiting and no one has come yet. Can't figure out why. I'm a loving young lady, not a kitten, but not old either. I think I'm just right. I've been told I'm pretty, and I have all my vaccinations taken care of, well until my boosters are due.
BOZEMAN – Unlike February, snowfall wasn’t record-breaking in Montana during March, but it was sufficient to keep the snowpack near to well above normal on April 1, according to snow survey data collected by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
Yellowstone Basin Bank staff, having served the West Yellowstone community for twenty years, is proud to announce the promotion of Matt Hill to the position of Branch Manager. Yellowstone Basin Bank is one of three branches of First Madison Valley Bank of Ennis.
A 1991 Ennis High School graduate has coached four Colorado boys high school basketball teams to state championships.
An Ennis high school student with her heart set on becoming a heart surgeon got a big boost toward her goal from a local business last Friday.
ENNIS -- Local artist Kelsey Hubner always loved horses and taught herself to draw the beautiful creatures while she grew up on a ranch in Jeffers.
SHERIDAN -- Sheridan Town Council approved portions of a task order Monday that will allow Great West Engineering to begin work on a transmission water main to connect a new well to the town water system.