Eleven Madison County Planning Board (MCPB) members plus planner Cody Marxer and planning clerk Michelle Schrick sat down on Jan. 31 at 6 p.m. for a five hour meeting in Virginia City.
It’s hard not to slow down these days as you cross the bridge over the Madison River at the east end of Ennis. The icy flow is in constant flux – in the morning it may appear like a glacier, slowly carving its way down the channel. By the afternoon, a water channel may have appeared, giving a glimpse of the fast-moving, icy blue water beneath.
Ennis School Bond Election February 8, 2022:
According to Paula McKenzie, Madison County Clerk & Recorder/Election Administrator, the results are unofficial until the school does the canvass of election.
Road ecologists say wildlife crossings are one of the best ways to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions and mitigate one of the most significant human impacts on ecosystems.
A proposed major subdivision in Sheridan has raised concerns from residents over water and sewer capacity but has garnered support from the Town of Sheridan who seeks to add more housing options to the community.
At 6:47 p.m. on Jan. 24 Madison County Dispatch called the Virginia City Rural Fire Department for traffic control concerning road blockage on Highway 287 near Virginia City. A semi had jackknifed on the snow and ice-covered surface as it was heading towards Ennis on the VC Hill; partially blocking multiple lanes of traffic.
March 1, 2022, marks the 150th
anniversary of the establishment
of Yellowstone National Park.
Signed into law by President
Ulysses S. Grant, America's first
national park was set aside to
preserve and protect the scen-
ery, cultural heritage, wildlife,
During a Nov. 17 hear-
ing, Martha Williams
answered dozens of
questions you’d expect
an incoming director of the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service to field
from the Congressional com-
mittee considering her nomina-
tion. After she spoke about a life
The out of stocks we are seeing are largely manufacturer issues- workforce shortages with facilities that can’t work at full capacity, delivery trucks to transport product.
Montana Rail Link, the Missoula-based
owned by billionaire
industrialist Dennis Washington,
announced Monday that it will
terminate a long-term lease of its
tracks through southern Montana
and return them to owner BNSF
“Serendipitous” is an adjective that John Heckler, recently appointed Madison County commissioner, uses. That a retired civil engineer who specialized in water issues was appointed to a vacant seat at a time when water is a top issue could also be described as serendipitous. Or good luck. Or good planning.