The traffic-calming study on Main Street is concerning to some Ennis residents.
Could senior cooperative housing, a model gaining popularity in states with aging populations, be the solution to alleviating social isolation and population loss in Montana’s rural small towns?
Fish and Wildlife Commission to hear petitions regarding River Recreation on the Madison River at Aug. 13 meeting
At its meeting on Aug. 13, the Fish and Wildlife Commission will hear two petitions regarding River Recreation on the Madison River.
The conversation surrounding the listing and delisting of Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears includes many voices. From ranchers to environmental groups to Yellowstone National Park, each voice provides an important perspective. The Madisonian will cover these perspectives as the conversation continues.
The Old Baldy Mountain Wildfire is burning nearly 130 acres as of Aug. 4.
The Ruby Valley Medical Center could not find an ambulance service within four counties to transport a patient in need of immediate care to Butte July 19.
A week after Herbert Smith’s heart attack, he was back in RVMC. He needed to go to St. James Hospital in Butte, where the pacemaker and stint in his heart were put in days earlier.
It is not hard to associate aging adults with limited technological knowledge, nor is it difficult to understand that teens can jump onto a new device with ease. And anyone can understand that tech support in the form of automated chats or lengthy phone calls can lead to more stress than solutions.
Early 1800s: Grizzly bears ranged from Alaska to Mexico and to the western shores of the Hudson Bay. Approximately 50,000 grizzlies lived in this area during the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
1959: Approximately 200 grizzlies counted in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE).
"His mobile home was not livable,” said Missoula Aging Services (MAS) Resource Specialist Linda Howard, about a client she worked with in Seeley Lake. This was not a problem Howard or MAS had the resources to address directly, but she knew people who did.
Madison County has the fourth highest COVID-19 cases per capita in the state as of July 21.