SHERIDAN – Sheridan Mayor Bob Stump was so impressed with the Ruby Valley FFA Parliamentary Procedures team demo that he asked the FFA students to return, to help the board smooth out their parliamentary practices during meetings.
MADISON COUNTY—As of Monday, January 21, the federal government’s partial shutdown has stretched on for 31 days, the longest in U.S. history by 10 days.
MADISON COUNTY—Beavers may not be the primary animal that visitors to Big Sky Country come to see, but perhaps they deserve a little more attention.
ENNIS—The Ennis town commission reviewed a plan for an extensive project at the east end of Ennis’s Main Street at its monthly meeting on Thursday, January 11.
TWIN BRIDGES – Twin Bridges town council unanimously approved a resolution to create a storm water Special Improvement District in the town and proceed with $600,000 plans for collecting and moving storm water from city streets at their January 8 meeting.
MADISON COUNTY—In 2018, four fatal avalanches were reported to the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center (GNFAC). Overseen by the U.S. Forest Service, the GNFAC covers the Bridger, Madison and Gallatin mountain ranges—from Bozeman to West Yellowstone, Big Sky to Island Park, Idaho.
TWIN BRIDGES—After more than a year without a reliable water source, the Madison County fairgrounds in Twin Bridges finally has a new water main to replace the one that ruptured in November 2017.
ENNIS—Montana has 58 conservation districts, but the Madison Conservation District (MCD) recently joined a list of a dozen or fewer to put a strategic plan in place.
MADISON COUNTY – “The economy of Montana is surely benefitting from the resilience of the upper Madison River; the question is then – at what point will angler pressure impact the health of trout and whitefish populations in the upper Madison River,” asks a report recently released by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) department’s Regio
VIRGINIA CITY—The Madison County commissioners are remaining busy leading up to the holidays, hearing updates and public comment from a variety of sectors at their weekly meeting on Tuesday, December 11, including public feedback on a county loan for an upcoming Ennis housing project and final approvals for a Big Sky project in the works since s