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Give ‘em a break

Full fishing closures lifted on May 25 were reinstated on June 16 for the Ruby River from its confluence with the Bea

Montana wildfire crews continue their battle

Cooler temps, higher humidity and – gasp – even a bit of rainfall on Father’s Day were a boon for teams fighting wild

Federal funds on the way

More than $40 million in funds from the American Rescue Plan Act were recently disbursed to communities across Montan

When every second counts

When someone is suffering from a heart attack or stroke, every second counts.

Willow Creek fire southwest of Three Forks completely contained

It’s official – wildfire season is upon us with more hot, dry weather in the forecast.

Rep. Walsh receives Farm Bureau Rookie of Year Award

Representative Kenneth Walsh, HD 71, Twin Bridges, received the 2021 Rookie of the Year Award from Montana Farm Burea

When our powers combine

Sometimes, size does matter.

Armitage’s alley

There’s a 12-foot wide stretch of seldom used alleyway between Grizzly and Armitage streets in Ennis that has caused

Preapplication for Ruby View Subdivision considered

The Madison County Planning Board reviewed a preapplication for the Ruby View Subdivision in Sheridan.

The red flag

Picture this: a pandemic happens, everyone decides to embark upon home improvement projects and couch purchases skyro

My Willow LLC condo conditional use permit approved

Community members filled the Ennis Town Hall on May 13 for the Ennis Town Council meeting.

Fire season

Representatives from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), the Madison Ranger District

Sheridan Town Council approves Capital Improvement Plan, Growth Policy

On May 10, the Sheridan Town Council unanimously voted to approve both the Town’s Capital Improvement Plan and the Gr

Like drinking from a fire hose

Five days after the close of the 2021 legislative session republican HD 71 Representative Ken Walsh met with a handfu

A second seat and another electoral college vote

After the release of the first set of 2020 census data, it was recognized that with the state’s population growth, Mo

You’ve been served

As Madison County employees learned earlier this year when their county emails were down for several weeks, a functio

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