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Gov. Gianforte announces new coronavirus directives

Gov. Greg Gianforte announced on Jan.

Commission moves forward with nursing home administrator hiring process

With current contracted Madison County Nursing Home Administrator Steve McNeece’s last day slated for March 17, the M

A week and a half into the 2021 session

Montana House District 71 Representative Kenneth Walsh, R-Twin Bridges, began his first Montana State Legislature ses

2021 Legislature convenes in a crowded Capitol

Members of the House and Senate kicked off the 2021 Legislature in person at the state Capitol on Monday, formally co

Jack Creek Road passes Q&A

Who owns the road?

Local healthcare workers receive Covid vaccine

Madison Valley healthcare workers received a much-anticipated Christmas gift on Dec.

Emergency landing

Engine trouble was to blame for the emergency landing of a small aircraft in Shining Mountains West on Dec. 19.

White-tailed deer hunting season extended in Ruby Valley, beyond

Starting Dec.

Trends

Housing prices are going up and inventory is going down across the Ruby and Madison Valleys.

Traffic calming data released

Data from the Town of Ennis Main Street/ Highway 287 Traffic Calming Project have been released.

Higher housing prices do not miss Madison County

The Twin Bridges School District, via School Board Chair Steve Janzen, reached out to Headwaters RC&D about housi

Madison River recreation management rules become official Christmas Eve

The rules regulating recreation use on the Madison River will be official on Dec.

Three years and six hours

The Fish and Wildlife Commission unanimously voted to adopt the Madison River Recreation Rules as recommended by Fish

BDNF encourages public to extinguish fires

The Elk Lake fire, on the east side of the north end of Elk Lake, began on Friday around noon.

County approves Moonlight Basin development

Preliminary plans for Moonlight Basin’s latest expansion were approved Oct. 13.

Semi rolls on Ennis Main Street

A tractor/semitrailer rolled onto its side on Main Street in Ennis at approximately 3:45 a.m.

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