The rules regulating recreation use on the Madison River will be official on Dec. 24, even though nearly all of the rules, as adopted by the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission, won’t be implemented until 2022.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission unanimously voted to adopt the Madison River Recreation Rules as recommended by Fish Wildlife & Parks (FWP) and approved amendments to recommended rules including a cap on outfitter numbers and the rest/ rotation and walk/wade schedules on Nov. 18.
The Elk Lake fire, on the east side of the north end of Elk Lake, began on Friday around noon. By 3:30 p.m., 300-400 acres had burned.
Preliminary plans for Moonlight Basin’s latest expansion were approved Oct. 13.
A tractor/semitrailer rolled onto its side on Main Street in Ennis at approximately 3:45 a.m. Saturday morning coming from the southeast entrance into town. The Madison County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch Center received a call reporting the crash at 4:32 a.m.
The unofficial Madison County election results are displayed below. Counting was completed at 8:20 p.m. Nov. 3.
“Everything went just great and we had an 87% turnout,” Madison County Election Administrator Kathleen Mumme said.
President & V.P.
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Regulating the Madison River entered the rulemaking process on Tuesday, Oct. 20 for the first time in decades with a virtual public comment hearing.
At approximately 2 p.m. on Oct. 23, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Dispatch Center received information regarding a gunshot heard in Ennis. The Ennis Police Department (EPD), MCSO and United States Forest Service Law Enforcement with Ennis Ambulance responded to 510 W. Hugel Street.
The big Montana sky had darkened, and the wind howled. A loud rumble bellowed through a narrow mountaintop-valley, too intense to be thunder.
Madison County Board of Health denied the Ennis Chamber of Commerce’s plans for the 2020 Ennis Hunter’s Feed.