Most people who have awareness of early Montana history have some knowledge of John Bozeman and the Bozeman Trail. The Bozeman Trail was an overland route through Wyoming and Montana, connecting the gold rush territory of southern Montana to the oregon trail in eastern Wyoming.
“I’m super proud of it.” This is what Travis Reynolds said of his 9/11 tribute, with the intent to spread patriotism across Madison County. Reynolds, a true patriot in his own right, is the owner of the famous stinger stacker in Harrison.
Dr. Robert Marks has only lived in Ennis for thirteen years but based on the impact he has left on its hospital, patients, and community, the honor of Grand Marshal could have come a long time ago. When given the news Marks joked “I didn’t think I was old enough, the miles must count.”
Over memorial Day weekend a group of five ennis volunteers helped to run the montana state track and field finals for Class AA and Class A. Although this group varies in age and background they share one thing in common, a love for track and field.
On May 24, 59 people came to Bethel United Methodist church in sheridan to donate blood. each person came for their own reason. some came to help save a life, others came to help fill their need to volunteer.
Ruby Valley Conservation District is gearing up for warmer weather by kicking off our pollinator initiative for the year. This program was originally started by the Lake County Conservation District located in Ronan, Mont., and has been making its way across the state.
Jody Sandru did a fun question and answer session with me. Please enjoy Jody’s insight into the importance of volunteering in our communities.
Why do you volunteer?
“Twin Bridges BPA just returned home from the National BPA Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas with a National Championship in Broadcast News team.
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.