The Ennis Speech & Drama Team competed in Big Timber Saturday, Nov. 12 and came away with a trophy for first place for class c speech sweeps.
The Ennis Mustangs have been looking forward to hitting it off against the St. Ignatius Bulldogs for weeks now. We started off on top with a 47 yard touchdown pass from Clintin Buyan to Nicholas Johnson to go up 6 to 0. We then added to that with another pass (51 yards) to Johnson.
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.”
Ennis has released a special town ballot asking voters to levy $50,000 annually for the purpose of funding a second full time officer for the Ennis Police Department. The ballot language was written to ensure that the funding be exclusively used for this purpose while also maintaining the current police department budget.
Ennis School Board approves Virginia City bus route hires; transportation director retires
The Ennis Public Schools Board of Trustees held their regular board meeting on Jan. 12. Here’s a recap of what was covered, according to Ennis Superintendent Casey Klasna.
Ballots will be posted Jan. 19 to Madison County’s Ennis School District voters. The mail-in bond election represents a 20-year, $59 million ask from Ennis School District.
It doesn’t happen every winter, but the not-so-unusual, yet always awe-inspiring gorge of the Madison River was underway as of Friday, Dec. 31. The rise in ice and water led to temporary closures of the Ennis and Valley Garden fishing access sites, still in place as of Jan. 4.
The Hebgen Dam release gate is open and outflows to the Madison River were restored just before midnight on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Follow-up work is still required, but water in the river has reached normal levels.