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  • Advertise | The Madisonian
    for color Column Widths 1 col 1 83in 2 col 3 79in 3 col 5 75in 4 col 7 7in 5 col 9 67in 6 col 11 63in Acceptable Formats All ads logos and artwork should be in CMYK color at a resolution of 300dpi File types PDF TIF JPG Convert fonts tooutline and embed all images Display and Classified Advertising Policy Content is accepted at the discretion of The Madisonian Advertisements in The Madisonian are not necessarily the opinion of or supported by the editor or staff All client information is confidential Online Rates MR 125 month 300px x 250px VB MR 75 month 160px x 300px HHB 35 month 234px x 60px Button 25 month 160px x 60px VIEW WEB PLACEMENT or Start Advertising Online Classified Advertising Minimum 7 for up to 20 words 30 for each additional word 1 50 each for design elements Insertion Rates Full Press Run 2 200 newspapers 275 Madison County 1 600 185 Madison County through Alder 1 100 150 Contact us today 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

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  • Ennis town appoints new commissioner; Bourk resigns | The Madisonian
    sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Commissioner Ennis Madison County Montana The Madisonian and Town of Ennis Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Ennis Town swears in new commissioner Ennis Town Commission passes first reading of sign ordinance banning electronic message centers Ennis Town Council focuses on Chowning Alley Wrzesinski resigns as superintendent Ennis Town Commission votes to connect Y intersection with a sidewalk No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Previous 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

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  • Sciuchetti earns state FCCLA officer title | The Madisonian
    new position Read the whole article here http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Ennis Ennis Schools and FCCLA Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Superintendent search in Ennis Board interviews one candidate chooses to reopen position Sheridan FFA team celebrates state title State track results Deadline to file for state and county election fast approaching National Park Service and state craft a new plan to guide bison management No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong 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

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  • Q&A with the candidates | The Madisonian
    need some fine tuning We do have a new superintendent so the board will have to see how he handles some of these issues and address things accordingly Q What do you do in your spare time A My spare time is consumed with the kids their sports and 4 H activities We run a small cow calf program that I like to tinker with and it helps keep me on horseback almost year round which I enjoy Drew Henrich Q Take a minute to introduce yourself When did you come to the Madison Valley and why A My name is Drew Henrich and I have lived in Madison County since 1999 and specifically the Madison Valley since 2012 My family and I love living here because it is beautiful and there are so many great outdoor activities that this part of the country has to offer We love the small towns and the great people that make up the Madison Valley Q Why are you running for the Ennis School Board A I am running for the Ennis School Board because I have two kids and I really love the Ennis community Our kids education and the school is one of the most important aspects of a town Helping to make sure that the school is functioning as well as it can is a great responsibility and I would be honored to be a part of making sure that this happens Q What qualifications do you have A My wife and I have run our own business since 2005 giving me a variety of skills that will help me at this position I have a college degree and good people skills This will help to find consensus and solve problems with a variety of groups and people Q What are the most important issues facing Ennis Schools and what do you hope to accomplish A There are several important issues facing the Ennis Schools The technology levy the proposed T E D D and refining the adult education program are some important ones Making the school work as best as it can for the students teachers and community will be my constant goal I hope you will entrust me with this responsibility Q What do you do in your spare time A In my spare time I like to sit in a boat and stand in a river and maybe even catch a fish In the fall I love to hunt I really like to spend time with my beautiful wife and two kids Watching my kids grow up and getting to enjoy the outdoors with them is a real joy Karen Ketchu Q Take a minute to introduce yourself When did you come to the Madison Valley and why A It has been nearly two years since my family and I moved to Ennis Thinking this was a small quiet ish town we arrived just in time to witness the busyness of Fourth of July festivities We were

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  • A new face at The Madisonian | The Madisonian
    all about Current mining operations also fascinate Greiff Being able to go to the Ruby Reservoir and grab a handful of sand and find garnets in it every time is amazing she said I grew up knowing Montana was called the gem state but never knowing why Now I do At The Madisonian Greiff will handle all sales and marketing campaigns Her previous job history includes office work managing a call center working as a machinist being a robotics operator for Honda and more as she says her work history is all over the place My dream coming out of high school was to be a journalist she said explaining why she applied for the job at The Madisonian I was really drawn to the atmosphere I m excited to meet the businesses in the area and see what they do and get to know people I want to make friends and build relationships Greiff said her time in Indiana has made her appreciate Montana I have a renewed love of Montana she said simply When you see Amber Greiff out and about around Madison County grab her and say hi If you re interested in advertising in the paper or the upcoming edition of our lifestyle magazine The Loop you can email her at sales madisoniannews com or give her a call at 682 7755 Categories News Features Tags Advertising Amber Greiff Pony Sales and The Madisonian Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles The Madisonian wins awards from state newspaper association Former owner of The Madisonian local historian and rancher dies Who will serve Towns around Madison County face lack of candidates for town office New faces at The Madisonian County school boards welcome new trustees No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will

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  • FWP prepares to replace Varney Bridge FAS boat ramp this spring | The Madisonian
    It s out for bid so we will know shortly Initially the project was going to be completed last fall but Morris pushed for it to be held back because more recreators than usual were using the Varney Bridge FAS since Ruby Creek FAS farther upstream was under construction through the Bureau of Land Management Morris was informed the construction at Varney Bridge would be an easy fix and the FAS will not be shut down long John Way Ennis based guide and outfitter said he wishes the construction could be done when river use would not be severely impacted by it Does the ramp itself need replacing Yes Way said For the guides running out of Ennis Varney is such a key key access point If that ramp is closed during our busy season spring and summer it s really going to affect what we can do and probably increase crowding at places like Lyon s Bridge Ennis guides will be forced upstream while it s closed which will funnel more traffic to already congested areas Way said closing the Varney boat ramp sections the Madison River from Storey Ditch FAS to Eight Mile FAS and makes it inaccessible for boat traffic I wish they could plan the ramp replacement for October or November when river use isn t so high Way said The project is funded through FWP NorthWestern Energy and the Missouri Madison River Fund Morris said Other updates The next Madison River FAS on Morris list is McAtee located upstream from Varney Bridge I want to submit a proposal to redo McAtee boat ramp she said Just this last season it crumbled and had rebar sticking out of it Though maintenance cut the rebar so people could not get hurt on it Morris said more work

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  • Meg Sammons: Giving back through Relay for Life | The Madisonian
    here http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Ennis Meg Sammons Relay for Life The Madisonian and Volunteer Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Bob Loveland Giving back in every form Maxine Dykman Giving back through reading Mary and Dan Birdsill Giving back through 30 years of service Five vehicle crash in Cameron results in multiple life flights Mumme sworn in as interim clerk and recorder No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong 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

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  • Ranch hand in training | The Madisonian
    the iron to the calf I also loved running the iron because I can see my handiwork every time I go to the ranch now The calves will grow with a brand on their hip that I put there The first few brands I put on were not the clearest I was timid and didn t apply the right amount of pressure Plus the iron slips around on the calf s hide which can blur the brand Fortunately the folks with experience gave me a hand and the ranch manager was understanding about a few sloppy brands Most importantly I didn t brand any upside down Last week I featured the conservation districts selections for the stewards of the land awards the Woodsons from the Ruby Valley and the Crumleys from the Madison side of the county I love interviewing the stewardship award winners because they all share something in common A deep appreciation for the land and its natural resources One thing John Crumley said during our interview has really stuck with me He said he believes Madison County residents even if they are not ranchers have an understanding about the ranching lifestyle that many people don t grasp I agree with that and I ll take it a step further For those of us who didn t grow up around livestock ranching would be a question mark without people willing to let us learn And that s something special about Madison County producers the majority I ve met are willing to chat share their knowledge and invite you to the ranch to see it firsthand Especially during branding season It s amazing how many people from all different walks of life show up at a branding either ready to work or ready to learn Abigail Categories Opinion Tags

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