Veggies, baked goods and crafts, oh my! A new farmers market is coming to Ennis starting Saturday, May 1.
The month of March is an especially appropriate time to consider the life of one of Madison County’s early residents and founding fathers, William Ennis. William was the sixth of eleven children born to John and Mary Ennis; who had emigrated to Ireland from Scotland. William was born on St.
Joanne Galiger has been married to her husband, Mike, for 47 years. Each of those 47 years, the couple has lived in Sheridan.
On March 6, 2021, the Montana Department of the American Legion hosted the “State” level High School Constitutional Oratory contest. For the first time in the Montana Department’s history, all the competitors were female.
The death of my first Roma tomato plant nearly a decade ago haunts me to this day. The beautiful specimen, carefully planted in a large pot for easy relocation from indoors to outdoors, was doing swimmingly. Green tomatoes were just ripening red when I left it on the porch on a lovely July day in Big Sky.
Two Sheridan Elementary fourth grade students placed second and third in Energy Share’s drawing contest.
Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Birdsill considers himself the luckiest person he knows.
For years men have harnessed the tools of the woods and tamed the onslaught of winter weather in a most inventive way. Their efforts have kept buildings standing in Yellowstone National Park (YNP) and allowed for people to better experience a largely untamed world.
Bestowing small town folks unofficial awards for daily occurrences is an unspoken tradition, according to Art Kehler.
Tester nominates 19 of Montana’s best and brightest students to prestigious military service academies
U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently announced he is nominating 19 Montana students to be admitted to the country’s four prestigious military service academies.