The Madison River Environmental Assessment will go before the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commissioners June 12.
Sheridan’s Ruby Valley Swimming Pool will open on June 13.
The evening of June 2 saw the results of the 2020 Primary Election from mostly mail-in ballots. According to Kathleen Mumme, Madison County Clerk and Recorder, official results will be available June 12 after the canvass on Friday, June 12 and the audit board will audit a randomly selected precinct and two to three races on June 11.
The second phase of reopening Montana’s economy in a COVID-19 world went into effect June 1. Madison County aligned with the governor’s executive orders.
“Don’t bring in a rocker — I don’t need those kinds of things,” Pearl Hawkins told Seeley Lake Elementary preschool teacher Sheila Devins on her first day as a foster grandparent. “I’m going to get down in the beanbags with the kids.”
States with predominant ranching industries may see opportunities for new markets due to COVID-19. However, Montana’s meatpacking capacity remains limited.
American Legion Posts honored veterans at cemeteries throughout Madison County for Memorial Day May 25.
On March 12, a collaboration of 16 Montana newsrooms launched the first story of a series titled Graying Pains, months in the making, exploring Montana’s status as the demographically oldest state west of the Mississippi.
Madison County Candidate Forum
Thursday, May 21 @ 5:30 p.m.
Hosted by The Madisonian via Zoom
Who: House District 71 Candidates and Madison County commission candidates
Greg Gianforte is stepping out of the United States House of Representatives for a shot at the governor’s house. Greg Gianforte sold his software company Brightwork Development in ’86 and moved to Bozeman in ’95, where he raised his four children. He and his wife, Susan, founded another software company, Right Now Technologies, in Bozeman.