Calling all youth sportsfolk! The Madisonian team is crafting our Winter Edition of The Loop and we want to hear your voices! As big game hunting season begins, we’re challenging youth ages 12-18 to write about something you love.
The Virginia City Community Center earned its name hosting over a hundred residents for the 2022 Candidates Forum. Hosted by The Madisonian and the Rotary Club of the Ruby Valley, the event turned out every candidate to debate the issues.
According to the latest report to the Governor’s Drought and Water Supply Advisory Committee, recent rainfall across most of Montana has done little to pull the state out of long-term drought conditions.
The Madisonian mistakenly printed candidate Bill Todd's name as Bill Wood in the Oct. 13 edition. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Please see the corrected version below.
Correction: In the Oct. 13 edition, Madison County Candidate profiles, Madison County District 3 Commissioner candidate BILL TODD was incorrectly identified as Bill Wood.
The countdown to Election Day is on. Absentee ballots go into the mail for folks who have requested them on Friday, Oct. 14. The Federal Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8 and voters will vote at the polls.
Election season is upon us. Madison County voters have the opportunity to get to know the local candidates on their ballots on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. The Madisonian and Rotary Club of the Ruby Valley are hosting a moderated candidate forum at the Virginia City Community Center next week.
What started with a good idea and a handshake, has become as familiar on Montana roads as the cars themselves. The blank white road markers shaped like a cross have no words, pictures or arrows, but everyone knows its meaning; someone has parished on that section of road.
The suite of recommendations developed by the Elk Management Citizen Advisory Group are available for public review and comment.
In the second of five meetings held by Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), the Madison River work group explained their recommendations to stemming ‘perceived crowding’ on the Madison River. The FWP Scoping Meeting Handout consisted of thirty-six pages of recommendations, fiscal notes, and staff assessments. (Available online at go.usa.