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More work to do

Madison County Commissioners met with Great West Engineering Principal Jeremiah Theys at their Dec. 14 meeting to discuss the currently inactive but ongoing Jack Creek Road improvement project.

When Theys asked how the road was looking heading into the winter, Commissioner John Heckler gave it a C- grade.

Firestorm’ of public comment leads FWP to rethink elk management proposals

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has backpedaled on a controversial elk management strategy after a public response that FWP Director Henry “Hank” Worsech described as a “firestorm.” Even after the department backed away from the most contentious proposal it had planned to present to the Fish and Wildlife Commission, public commenters continued

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Emergency measures

Citing an increase in demand for emergency services, as well as an ongoing, albeit expected budget deficit, Madison County’s two hospitals are asking the community to approve the creation of a special ambulance district.

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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