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Winners announced in ‘What does the U.S. Constitution mean to me?’ contest

Six Montana students have been recognized for their work in the 2021 ‘What does the U.S. Constitution mean to me’ contest constructed by the Montana YouthVote Program.

Students from Sheridan, Livingston, Townsend and Belt were named winners in the contest, which was eligible to all Montana students K-12.

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Taken too soon

On a bright, cold day on Norris Hill near Ennis, Mont., with an unusually calm breeze on the day before Thanksgiving, a young driver was remembered by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office with Deputy Doug Young offering somber and haunting words to the effect: “…A young lady unknown to us, was taken from this world way too soon… July 27, 2018…”

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Ennis Town Commission recap

The Ennis Town Commission held a regular meeting on Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. One meeting attendee who did not identify themselves offered public comment, asking Commissioner Lisa Roberts where the money taken from the public works budget to pay for lawyer fees would be paid back from.

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Ennis Town Commission recap

The Ennis Town Commission held a regular meeting on Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. One meeting attendee who did not identify themselves offered public comment, asking Commissioner Lisa Roberts where the money taken from the public works budget to pay for lawyer fees would be paid back from.

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