For the first showing of not only 2024 but since the pandemic, Sheridan’s Public Library tapped local resident Dan Rose to display his photography for January. Rose is a familiar face around Sheridan, typically seen behind the wheel of his delivery truck.
Twin Bridges Public Library has placed a "Little Free Library" in Jessen Park rest stop and Bike Camp. The TBPL Board members constructed the library with the help of Kenny Huss. The colorful and artistic painting was done by Super Stars 4H group and siblings.
Each year Energy Share of Montana sponsors a fourth grade art contest throughout Montana. This year Riley Allhands of Sheridan took home the big prize! Second place went to Sidney Kuhl in Superior and third place went to Kannin Crawford in Kila.
The Ruby Valley community came together on Thursday, Nov. 10 at Sheridan Elementary School to honor veterans. Students and community members alike chipped in to make the event memorable. Students of all ages created artwork to decorate the lunchroom and tables for the attendees. Lilly Smock and Jazz Marie Fast Horse sang the national anthem.
Richard, aka Dick, Barr of Ennis, a Vietnam Veteran, could not hide his emotion when speaking of what he called “the most rewarding week of my life”. The week of Sept. 30, 2022, when Barr was invited to join his fellow soldiers on an Honor Flight’ is what he was speaking of.
On Saturday, athletes of all ages, and many costumes hopped on their bikes and competed in the Mulex Cyclocross Bicycle race at the Lions Club Park. Proceeds benefited Ennis Rodeo.
F riday, October 21 heralded the day before big game hunting season opening and the 36th Annual Hunters’ Feed on Main Street in Ennis.
Adele and Jim Spann spent summer and early fall afternoons sharing their expertise with young tennis players on the ennis courts at Madison Meadows golf Course. The couple offered free youth tennis lessons to interested kids.
Gail Elser was recently awarded the 2022 Adult Volunteer of the Year by the Montana Healthcare Association. The following was adapted from the nomination by Alison Veland and printed on the program.