On Saturday, Sept. 12, Ennis Cross Country teams traveled to Three Forks for the Three Forks Invitational.
The Sheridan School Board met for September to discuss the first few weeks of coronavirus changes and the possibility of adding a prekindergarten program to the Sheridan School District.
The Panthers held their own against the Falcons in its second eight-man football game Sept.4. But the Twin Bridges’ team took the win in Sheridan, 38-28.
Sen. Steve Daines and Madison County Commissions discussed the county’s ongoing projects that could use federal support Aug. 27.
Madison County Sanitarian Van Puckett spoke with each Madison County school superintendent about plans for the upcoming school year.
“They’re all doing a great job working toward the same common goal,” Puckett said. “Each one is looking at the health and wellbeing of the students and staff.”
Kim Hellwinkel, second grade teacher in the Twin Bridges School District, was recognized as the most inspiring teacher in Montana by the Sanford Programs, established by philanthropist T. Denny Sanford to support teachers around the nation.
Twin Bridges School Board met Tuesday, June 9 to discuss summer programs, the 2021 school year and adding a special education teacher to the District.
The Walsh Family of Twin Bridges is pleased to announce the following recipients of a scholarship award in the amount of $750 to 2020 area graduates. These students were selected based upon leadership, work and community service, goals and aspirations.
The Twin Bridges School Board met May 12 to discuss graduation, summer programs, the senior trip and a new middle school model. The Board met three time since April to discuss graduation in a coronavirus world.
The community gathered on Twin Bridges’ Main Street to support their local restaurants Friday evening. The Old Hotel’s daily 50 bento boxes were accounted for before the day started. The Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Steakhouse & BBQ had to call employees into work for the first time since it closed its dining room.