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  • News & Features | The Madisonian - Part 4
    Tax Increment Financing TIF Janet Cornish and Lynette Windemaker who work with Community Development Services of Montana ran the work session Categories News Features Tags Big Sky Economic Development Gallatin County Infrastructure Madison County TEDD TIF and Virginia City 1 Comment FWP recommends small change to Big Hole Beaverhead recreation rules Posted on December 23 2015 by Abigail Dennis FWP recommends small change to Big Hole Beaverhead recreation rules Categories News Features Tags Beaverhead Beaverhead River Big Hole Big Hole River fly fishing FWP Recreation southwest montana and The Madisonian Leave a comment Harrison senior applying to West Point gets nomination from Sen Daines Posted on December 23 2015 by Caitlin Avey Harrison senior applying to West Point gets nomination from Sen Daines Categories News Features Tags Army Chas Buus Harrison Nomination Sen Daines Steve Daines United States and West Point Leave a comment Recreation projects along Missouri Madison corridor receive grant money Posted on December 16 2015 by Abigail Dennis On Dec 2 2015 the board of directors of the Missouri Madison River Fund met in Helena to allocate grant money to projects that would benefit public recreation along the river Categories News Features Tags Ennis Helena Madison County Madison River Madison Valley Missouri River Missouri Madison River Fund and The Madisonian Leave a comment County airports Twin Bridges project complete Ennis set for upgrades Posted on December 16 2015 by Abigail Dennis County airports Twin Bridges project complete Ennis set for upgrades Categories News Features Tags Airport Ennis Ennis Airport FAA Federal Aviation Administration Madison County Montana Twin Bridges and Twin Bridges Airport Leave a comment Bob Loveland Giving back in every form Posted on December 9 2015 by Caitlin Avey Though he may be a man of few words it is Bob Loveland s actions that speak

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  • News & Features | The Madisonian - Part 50
    old for an adventure she said Keeler Foster was the assistant director at the Dexter National Fish Hatchery in Dexter Categories News Features Leave a comment Gravel Bar opens in Ennis Posted on March 23 2011 by The Madisonian The Gravel Bar Ennis newest watering hole and restaurant opened last week The spot will also be the new home to Banditos Owners Scott and Amy Kelley will operate Banditos seasonally while the grill at the Gravel Bar will be a year around affair Photo by Greg Lemon Categories News Features 1 Comment Bill to privatize Cataract Dam moves to Senate Posted on March 16 2011 by The Madisonian Irrigators on north Willow Creek have some new hope they will finally have a dam that works like it should as a bill to privatize the state owned Cataract Dam is working its way through the Legislature House Bill 568 which is sponsored by House District 71 Rep Bob Wagner would direct the Montana Department of Categories News Features Leave a comment Historical connections Virginia City woman reflects on her life family and the little town she grew up in Posted on March 9 2011 by The Madisonian When Evalyn Johnson was a little girl in Virginia City she remembers the main road through town was dirt and the fishing was good upstream of town She remembers when town residents used the old miner shacks for firewood and her mother Clida did laundry for people around town Evalyn remembers watching her bring in Categories News Features 4 Comments Kid gets lost at Moonlight winds up with new herd Posted on March 2 2011 by The Madisonian Skiers at Moonlight Basin last week may have seen a surprising sight as a young mountain goat got separated from his mother and wandered around the upper slopes of the resort Resort officials first saw him on Thursday said John Knapton Moonlight s mountain operations director The weather was cold and the little goat looked like Categories News Features 3 Comments Floodwaters recede along Jefferson ice jam remains Posted on March 2 2011 by The Madisonian Flooding along the Jefferson River south of Silver Star has finally subsided after more than a week of high water caused my copious amounts of river ice Homes along the Jefferson River in the Jefferson Acres subdivision area were isolated from access and threatened by high waters for most of last week said Steve DiGiovanna Categories Community News and News Features Leave a comment Sorcerer s Magic Local girl s wish to visit Harry Potter theme park granted Posted on February 16 2011 by The Madisonian On Valentine s Day 15 year old Kailey Pierce of Ennis bubbled with excitement Her attitude didn t have anything to do with cupid roses or hearts She was having a hard time even thinking about all that stuff On the wall in her hallway was a calendar marking down the days until Feb 19 and her trip to Categories News Features 6 Comments

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  • News & Features | The Madisonian - Part 51
    51 of 51 1 2 48 49 50 51 Madisonian Photo Gallery We want to connect Recent Comments April showers bring frustration Mike Yakawich Recently I was in Alder and Sheridan MT area I had attended a funeral for Bud Davis Although I am originally from Butte I now Longtime Twin Bridges resident Bill Hanley makes Christmas possible for many families in the Ruby Valley Noel Freedman While I was

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  • April showers bring … frustration? | The Madisonian
    he was ready to go I glanced back outside and the rain and sleet had passed on by I led Eddie outside hopped on and we were off Though we only rode for a little more than an hour it was one of the most beautiful rides ever There was a fresh crust of white on the ground and blue skies above The wind had calmed the temperature began rising and the sun warmed my shoulders It was near perfect And needless to say my attitude improved I must keep reminding myself that Montana s fickle spring weather sometimes surprises us all While I ve been complaining about rain and snow it s been working wonders in our county Compared to last year our snowpack percentage is up which means we can look forward to a good runoff and productive growing season In the meantime I plan to take advantage of my free time and head outdoors We never know when the weather will cooperate and the sun will break through just in time Abigail Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis Editor Madison County Montana and The Madisonian Bookmark the permalink 1 Comment Recommended Articles Adapting to a new lifestyle one that includes a horse All in a day s work a hard day s work I d rather be busy than bored Long lashes and wobbly legs Storm forecasted to dump several inches of snow in valleys One Response to April showers bring frustration Previous post Next post Mike Yakawich says April 6 2016 at 4 13 pm Recently I was in Alder and Sheridan MT area I had attended a funeral for Bud Davis Although I am originally from Butte I now live in Billings During my stay in the area my wife and I were able to meet

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  • Adapting to a new lifestyle – one that includes a horse | The Madisonian
    with unique personalities they re not like four wheelers that can be turned off and left in the garage when life gets busy For me that s a good thing My commitment to Eddie is benefitting my life in healthy ways Like the promise I made in last month s column I ve cut back on eating out and partaking in happy hour both of those are time and money traps for me It s allowed me to free up my afternoons and evenings to catch Eddie and go for a short ride Another huge boon this month my credit card statement was between 400 and 600 less than normal Though that means I was spending a couple hundred dollars on burgers and beers every month which is not a pleasant thought Eddie has fueled some lifestyle changes and I m happier for them I m more energetic and motivated turns out when I have something to do and a purpose I get it done and enjoy myself while doing it Instead of thinking of Eddie as a burden getting to the barn after work is something I truly look forward to When I m active I have more energy When I m not eating out constantly I save money and I eat healthier It s been a win win Really a win win win if you count how attached I ve become to Eddie he s sweet gentle and always happy to see me Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis Editor Madison County Montana and The Madisonian Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles All in a day s work a hard day s work April showers bring frustration Pluckin ducks BLM wild horse escapes Spanish Q Ranch returned Tuesday Learning to fly and fall No Comments Leave a

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  • Céad míle fáilte: A hundred thousand welcomes | The Madisonian
    the fall of my junior year of college I was accepted into the program and in September of 2011 I packed my bags and caught a plane to Dublin I spent a few days exploring Ireland s biggest city before I hopped a bus to Cork which is located in the southwest corner of the island And there I felt at home The Irish are a warm and hospitable people and their openness to having a good time is very appealing They don t need an excuse to get together to eat and maybe have a drink or two They have a strong sense of family and over time friends also become part of the family clan I spent a few months exploring Ireland from Belfast to Galway to Dingle and even headed to County Ennis That s right Ireland has an Ennis just like Madison County Looking back I see a lot of similarities between the two location The Irish treasure their history and the natives take pride in sharing it with each other and visitors I find the same is true with our county residents who do a fantastic job of honoring and sharing our Montana history We have multiple historical societies and numerous libraries that house information dating back to the beginning of Montana As in Ireland it s important to remember where we came from and there s nothing more interesting than hearing about the Irish potato famine in the 1840s or tall tales of Virginia City back in its wild vigilante days And anytime I miss Ireland I take a drive from Harrison to Cardwell on Highway 359 during the early summer that piece of Madison County has an uncanny resemblance to the Emerald Isle And with that Sláinte Abigail Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis

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  • Cork | The Madisonian
    has become a cultural holiday in many countries especially the United States Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis Cork Dingle Dublin Editor Ireland Madison County Montana Saint Patrick s Day and The Madisonian Leave a comment Around the world And settling in Montana Posted on November 25 2015 by Abigail Dennis I found a stack of old pictures in a bin under my guest room bed last week and began reminiscing Of particular interest were photos from my junior year of college That was the year I spent traveling the world first a study abroad semester in Ireland and then an internship where I worked as a reporter in South Africa Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis Cape Times Cape Town Cork Editor Ireland Madison County Montana Reporter South Africa and The Madisonian Leave a comment Previous post Next post Madisonian Photo Gallery We want to connect Recent Comments April showers bring frustration Mike Yakawich Recently I was in Alder and Sheridan MT area I had attended a funeral for Bud Davis Although I am originally from Butte I now Longtime Twin Bridges resident Bill Hanley makes Christmas possible for many families in the Ruby Valley Noel Freedman While I was in

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  • Dingle | The Madisonian
    Irish and many others celebrate Saint Patrick s Day Though at its core Saint Patrick s Day is a religious holiday commemorating the death of Patrick Ireland s patron saint it is more than that It s amazing how the celebration of a small island across the big pond has become a cultural holiday in many countries especially the United States Categories Opinion Tags Abigail Dennis Cork Dingle Dublin Editor Ireland Madison County Montana Saint Patrick s Day and The Madisonian Leave a comment Previous post Next post Madisonian Photo Gallery We want to connect Recent Comments April showers bring frustration Mike Yakawich Recently I was in Alder and Sheridan MT area I had attended a funeral for Bud Davis Although I am originally from Butte I now Longtime Twin Bridges resident Bill Hanley makes Christmas possible for many families in the Ruby Valley Noel Freedman While I was in the Twin Bridges Orphanage I wrote in my 5 Year Diary every day until I was released in 1945 I published Economic development and Big Sky Melissa Smith This proposal is grossly unfair to most of the residences of Madison county Future tax revenue should be spent throughout the county

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