THREE FORKS—Recent water samples taken in Three Forks showed that arsenic levels were more than six times the recommended federal limit in one of the four wells that feed the town’s distribution system, according to information from the Gallatin City-County Health Department.
VIRGINIA CITY—After two years of work, the Virginia City town council approved a revised version of the town’s sign ordinance at its meeting on Thursday, March 7.
ENNIS – During January, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) personnel conducted a new pronghorn antelope study in the Madison River valley.
ENNIS – The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission’s Madison River Negotiated Rulemaking Committee (NRC) brought their third and fourth meetings to the heart of the matter – the banks of the Madison River – on Wednesday and Thursday, March 6 and 7.
VIRGINIA CITY—After a weather delay that gave competitors a few extra days to study the word list, the Madison County spelling bee was held at the county administrative building in Virginia City on Monday, March 4.
ENNIS—Ennis Community Children’s’ School was the recipient of a $3,500 grant last week that will help with several projects, including a remodel of the preschool’s playground.
MADISON COUNTY—There’s no need for us to say it; if you live in Madison County, you know it snowed a lot last week. The adage about March coming in like a lion is ringing true in 2019.
TWIN BRIDGES—After being twice delayed due to weather, the Twin Bridges Falcons played a challenge game against the Arlee Warriors in Deer Lodge on Wednesday evening, February 27.
HELENA—A bill introduced to the Montana legislature on February 7 could help facilitate steps to bring film projects into Big Sky Country using tax incentives that would help small, local film companies be more competitive.
ENNIS – The Harvest of the Month program continued in February at Ennis Schools when fifth graders tackled a complex recipe, making ravioli that left their cutting boards looking something like a murder scene.