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.
ENNIS – Walk across the Highway 287 bridge over Odell Creek south of town and you will see a rather scary sight, a huge slug of water roaring under the bridge, mere inches away from cresting the concrete edge of the bridge.
NORRIS – A stretch of the highway between Norris and Bozeman was shut down for several hours on Friday night, February 22, when a truck towing an oversized load of hay collided with a delivery vehicle, according to the Madison County Sheriff’s Department.
BUTTE – With divisional tournaments taking place all over the state last weekend, the Western C division did not disappoint, with 24 games that featured some upsets and some pretty predictable outcomes.
PONY—Paula Wilson has been managing the Pony bar for 16 years, but has lived in Pony her entire life. This weekend, she’ll be at the bar like most weekends, but she’ll be accompanied by far more people than usual on a wintry Saturday.
ENNIS—The Ennis town commission began their February meeting with a special agenda designated specifically for ongoing deliberations regarding a new project at the east end of Main Street, near Lions Park.
MADISON COUNTY—Tax season is a popular time for scam artists to attempt to steal funds and assets from unsuspecting victims, and a new phone scam has popped up in Madison County in recent weeks.
MCALLISTER—Reader Eric Shores submitted this photo of an avalanche triggered when the group of backcountry skiers he was with traversed a 26-degree slope up South Meadow Creek in the Tobacco Root Mountains last week.
MADISON COUNTY — The balancing of ranching with environmental conservation and habitat protection is a perennial subject of thought and debate in southwestern Montana. In 2019, a new program may be making its way to Madison County in an attempt to offer some assistance to solving the problem.
MADISON COUNTY — With grizzly bears asleep for the winter, one predator is still out and about in the cold temperatures and has perpetrated livestock kills in the Ruby Valley in recent months.