Twin Bridges senior Charlie Kruer hit the Panthers with his best shot during the matchup between Twin Bridges and Sheridan on Jan. 26 – individually stacking up as many points as his competitors did in total during the 61-18 game.
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.
During the Madison County Commissioners’ Meeting on Jan. 12, extending hazard pay for nursing home employees was approved through the end of January.
As of Tuesday morning, only one Madison Valley Manor (MVM) resident remained in quarantine and the Covid unit inside MVM has been taken down after an outbreak on Jan. 10. Six staff members are still in quarantine.
“Let me just take all my gear off,” Alison Veland, MVM administrator in training, said.
Between Jan. 17-24, Madison County reported 21 new coronavirus cases. Seventy residents are currently quarantined and 29 were required to quarantine within the past seven days. Two individuals are hospitalized, one new from last week’s update.
Nutty Montanan owner Dennis Davies will be the first to admit he’s got neither the time nor the money to take on his most recent project – building and giving away desks for any kid that needs one, “But my intuition tells me I should be doing this,” he said, with 10 desks completed on only his third day into the project.
The Ennis lady Mustangs knew they’d have a tough battle against their Twin Bridges counterparts on Jan. 22. The game on Twin’s court played out to be a close one, and the Mustangs galloped home with a win 31-25.
The Twin Bridges Public Library was in need of a facelift.
Brenda Pollorena, library director, was told at one point that the red, yellow and blue diamond-patterned carpet was rejected from a Target store. A chunk of that carpet was cut out and put on the front desk with glass placed over it for a glossy finish.
Gov. Greg Gianforte announced on Jan. 13 new coronavirus directives for the state of Montana that are intended to be for the health and growth of the economy and the community. The new directives move more towards personal responsibility than specific mandates.