Tessy Lou Williams first performed at the Pony Bar at age 19 and then she moved to Austin to chase a career in music. Three records and a wealth of touring experience later, she returned to Pony, Montana, and now she even calls the once booming gold-mining destination home.
Women’s softball has been around since 1888. it became a game of fast pitch at the end of the Great Depression. Then professional leagues were created. Women’s softball wasn’t well accepted in the beginning as men were concerned that women’s bodies couldn’t handle the stress of the game. Boy were they wrong.
Meeting with Vern Olson you become acutely aware of the life experience that is sitting before you. At 101 years old the insight and understanding he has to offer is likely limitless. With just an hour to visit, however, you can only skim the surface. What a delightful conversation it was though.
Toni came out in the summer of 1993 to work at the Opera House Theatre. Then came back in 1994. she purchased the store, Rank’s Mercantile, late in 1994. she came from Orcas island in the san Juan islands off of Washington state.
In April, Sheridan’s American Legion Post 89 completed The American Legion Americanism and Government Survey Program at Sheridan’s Middle/High School. After all the surveys were scored, the Post selected the winners in the 8th Grade and High School Seniors categories.
Ennis has found a new, Not So Average Joe. The new owner of Dickinson Tire Shop, formerly D&D Tire, Gus Dickinson, is said to be a man of his word. His work ethic is to be commended. His respect to his community and family is above reproach.
On Monday, april 4th, Keyser edwards and sawyer Garland decided to start a business by making paracord bracelets. anyone can assume they were both very eager to make some spending money. However, the next day at school their teacher, Mrs. Brozovich, passed out a flier for ‘hat’ day, for a family that was in need.
Bobbie Dirks was in the Gallatin national Forest trail guiding when she was asked to come to Nevada City as a docent, in 2001, for living history. she quickly fell in love with the steam engine, #12 and volunteered to clean the locomotive. according to Roger Williams, “Dirks learned everything she could about the operation and maintenance.
CORRECTION as of March 31, 2022. THE OWNERSHIP OF THE SPORTSMAN'S LODGE HAS CHANGED. PLEASE WELCOME THE NEW NEW OWNERS BRIAN and JANICE SPRAUGE.
The Madisonian team spent Tuesday,
March 15 with Girl Scout Troop 3535
in Sheridan, sharing all things news.
Each girl scout wrote her own piece
highlighting one of her favorite
activities so far with the troop. This
sums it up, “We did cause community
happy,” wrote one Girl Scout.