Grab your discus – after missing out last season due to Covid, track and field season is back and underway. To usher in the spring sport, Harrison Track and Field Head Coach Heather Tyler-Hjelle held a throwing clinic on March 20, inviting other districts to join in.
The Ennis School Board narrowed the district’s search for an architect to design its high school’s expansion down to three firms at their February meeting.
Bestowing small town folks unofficial awards for daily occurrences is an unspoken tradition, according to Art Kehler.
Being familiar with the powerhouse Twin Bridges team, Harrison boys knew they had their work cut out for them at their Jan. 14 matchup in Twin Bridges. Leading up to the game the Harrison Wildcats were feeling good, coming off of a home win against Gardiner on January 9.
This holiday season, school districts in Madison County moved their Christmas concerts and plays from the stage to the screen. Ennis, Alder, Harrison and Sheridan School Districts all opted to film students’ performances and distribute them to parents online.
Ennis High School is running out of space, Ennis Schools Superintendent Casey Klasna said.
Off Highway 287 entering Harrison, Mont. sits Canty Boots. From the inside looking out, one can see golden grass, dark blue mountains dusted white and a sapphire blue fall sky. The walls inside are lined with ankle boots of more colors than the outside scenery.
Harrison’s volleyball team won a double-match in Lima Oct. 3.
The Antelope wildfire burning north of Harrison grew to nearly 2,000 acres in a day.
The Wildcats took over Panther territory on the volleyball court Sept. 4. Harrison defeated Sheridan in three sets.