Fireman’s Ball celebrated Kentucky Derby theme
TWIN BRIDGES – An action-packed Kentucky Derby theme was the hallmark of the Ruby Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Fireman’s Ball at the Round Barn in Twin Bridges on Saturday, May 4.
By Master Sgt. Ryan C. Matson
652nd Regional Support Group
HELENA – Teamwork. Comraderie. Adventure. A variety of missions, with no two days the same.
These are the things that attracted 1st Lt. Jacob Ahmann, already a military veteran, to seek out a job in law enforcement.
New county planning director now at work
MADISON COUNTY – Alex Hogle is still learning about his new position as Madison County’s Planning Director – he started May 1.
He’s familiar with the innards of the thick binders that sit in small stacks on the table in his office, but from a county planner’s perspective, Madison County is diverse and there’s a lot to understand.
Ennis Lions club welcomes 1st VP Lions International
ENNIS – Yellow fleece vests decorated with pins of community service achievements, and dark denim vests representing Montana District 37 of the Lions Club filled the dining area of the Ennis Senior Center, on Wednesday, May 15.
It was the first time a Lions Club International officer visited the Ennis Lions Club.
Bear Creek Days
CAMERON – As students’ structured school days are about to melt into summer freedom, the urge to satisfy the itch to spend the fleeting days outside is nearly irresistible.
Madison Valley Public Library receives statewide award
HELENA – On April 13, 2019, at the 107th annual Montana Library Association conference held in Helena, the Madison Valley Public Library received the 2019 Excellent Library Service Award (ELSA) from the Montana State Library (MSL) Commission.
Good things in a quiet way...
ENNIS—Bill McGraw first visited Camp Bullwheel to visit an old friend.
Cake Walk draws crowd to Virginia City Fire Department benefit
VIRGINIA CITY—Most of Virginia City turned out for the local volunteer fire department’s annual cake walk fundraiser on Saturday, April 6, as well as residents from around Madison County.
Madison Conservation District Stewardship – Award 2019 – Jack Creek Preserve
ENNIS – Jack Creek Preserve was founded in 2005 by Jon Fossel and Dottie Fossel, who established the 4,500-acre conservation easement to serve as a corridor for wildlife migrating through different parts of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness.