A partial closure at Eight Mile Ford Fishing Access Site on the Madison River has been lifted.
The partial closure began last week after ice jams caused flooding at the site, which is just south of Ennis. Flooding has subsided in this location, allowing public access to resume.
Candidates running for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives have officially filed their requisite paperwork as of 5 p.m. Monday,March 14, bringing the tally of active candidates up to nine Republicans, six Democrats, four Libertarians and one Independent.
Tax Data says Californian and Washington were the top origin states for new Montana residents in 2021
California, Washington and Colorado are the top states of origin for people who moved to Montana in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to tax filing data presented to a legislative interim committee this week.
Recent flooding has triggered partial closures at Eight Mile Ford and Burnt Tree Hole fishing access sites on the Madison River, south of Ennis.
The boat ramp areas at these sites are closed due to unstable ice and unpredictable river conditions. However, the upper walk-in and parking areas at these sites remain open.
In November 2021, a gate component failed on Hebgen Dam and cut off two thirds of the flow to the fabled Madison River. The public noticed the drop in water levels the next morning and tried to alert NorthWestern Energy (NWE) but struggled to get a hold of the entity for a few hours.
When you’re in the backcountry, anything can happen. Sure, that’s the reason many of us are called there: to shed the distractions of civilized life for the sanctity of the woods where nothing is programmed, and a human is just another animal walking into view.
Virginia City is in the process of the required review and update to its existing Source Water Protection Plan (SWPP). An SWPP investigates the quantity and quality of municipal water supplies, and helps guide management and planning efforts for a municipality to ensure adequate, potable water for its residents and visitors.
Montana State University robotics event gives Twin Bridges team a chance to show their problem-solving
When the Falcon Fire team from Twin Bridges visited Montana State University last Saturday, it marked the culmination of nearly five months of building and programming a robot the junior high students pitted against 35 other teams from around the state.
The February 28, 2022, Madison County Planning Board public hearing on Flatiron Subdivision and PUD has been postponed to a subsequent date to be determined, according to Cody Marxer, Planner for the Madison County Planning Board. The public hearing was originally scheduled to be held on Monday.