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The Madisonian
Weekly newspaper for the Madison Valley, Ruby Valley and surrounding areas.
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The Madisonian Apr 18
Softball double header leaves Ennis 2-2 Mustangs top Browning but fall to Belgrade April 12 ENNIS—The brand-new lady Mustangs softball team played their second double header of the season on Friday, April 12, ending...
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The Madisonian Apr 11
Track season off to a running start Local athletes compete in Bozeman By Reagan Colyer BOZEMAN—Madison County athletes joined teams from Broadwater, Manhattan, Butte, West Yellowstone and White Sulphur Springs for...
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The Madisonian Apr 11
Cake Walk draws crowd to Virginia City Fire Department benefit Annual fundraiser offers something for everyone By Reagan Colyer VIRGINIA CITY—Most of Virginia City turned out for the local volunteer fire...
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The Madisonian Mar 28
Students attend regional band festival More than 300 middle school students travel to Philipsburg By Reagan Colyer PHILIPSBURG—The annual southwest Montana middle school band festival took place in Philipsburg on...
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The Madisonian Mar 28
March brings grains to Harvest of the Month Seventh graders learn to cook with hands-on recipes By Reagan Colyer ENNIS—Middle school students at Ennis Schools were the latest to learn about and cook some local...
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The Madisonian Mar 28
Varney Bridge replacement work begins Friday, March 29 ENNIS – The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) will close the Varney Bridge Friday, March 29 as work begins to replace the bridge. The bridge crosses the...
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The Madisonian Mar 28
Two bills with Madison County implications advance in legislature SB 241, SB242 could impact historical preservation revenue By Reagan Colyer HELENA—Two bills before the Montana state legislature could carry...
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The Madisonian Mar 28
Jack Creek Bench is now open to thru traffic
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The Madisonian Mar 27
According to Madison County officials, due to flooding, Jack Creek Bench Road will be closed. Use Jack Creek road as an alternate route.
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The Madisonian Mar 20
Emergency volunteers undergo training on new equipment Ennis Ambulance staff hosts training weekend By Reagan Colyer ENNIS—Members of the Ennis Volunteer Ambulance Service and Madison Valley Rural Fire Department...
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The Madisonian Mar 20
Green takes over Sheridan for the Leprechaun Dash By Reagan Colyer SHERIDAN—For several years now, one of Sheridan’s most popular fundraising events has also been one of its most festive: The Leprechaun Dash,...
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The Madisonian Mar 20
Twin Bridges property owners try to thwart storm water project 11th hour attempt to slow or stymie project fails By John D. Taylor TWIN BRIDGES – A number of property owners came to the Twin Bridges town council...
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The Madisonian Mar 12
American ranchers and farmers are top drawer... thank a farmer and rancher today for what they do for us all.
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The Madisonian Mar 7
Running for a cause Sheridan FCCLA raises $1,200 for Relay for Life By Reagan Colyer SHERIDAN—Three Sheridan High School juniors put their FCCLA project to a bigger use this year, hosting a charity 5k run on...
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The Madisonian Mar 7
W-I-N-N-E-R Harrison’s Dana Lerum triumphs in county spelling bee By Reagan Colyer VIRGINIA CITY—After a weather delay that gave competitors a few extra days to study the word list, the Madison County spelling bee...
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The Madisonian Mar 7
ECCS receives $3,500 grant from Elks Lodge Funds will acquire flooring, roof, playground works By Reagan Colyer ENNIS—Ennis Community Children’s’ School was the recipient of a $3,500 grant last week that will help...
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The Madisonian Mar 7
Snow brings out good and bad around Madison County Tough travel and good neighbors By Reagan Colyer MADISON COUNTY—There’s no need for us to say it; if you live in Madison County, you know it snowed a lot last...
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The Madisonian Mar 1
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The Madisonian Mar 1
Can’t be Beet Harvest of the Month gets down and dirty with colorful pasta By Reagan Colyer ENNIS – The Harvest of the Month program continued in February at Ennis Schools when fifth graders tackled a complex...
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The Madisonian Mar 1
Twin Bridges boys keep hope alive with challenge game Mustangs fall just short of state tourney By Reagan Colyer BUTTE – With divisional tournaments taking place all over the state last weekend, the Western C...
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