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  • New stream gauge at Varney Bridge up and running | The Madisonian
    main river If you look at what we know about river flows we had no information at all from the gauge above the West Fork at the old Kirby place to down stream to Madison Dam said Richard Lessner executive director for the Madison River Foundation That fact became important a couple of summers ago when PPL Montana which operates Hebgen and Madison Dam pulsed flows out of Hebgen Lake in an effort to keep water in Ennis Lake and temperatures in the river cooler below Madison Dam However the water PPL pulsed out of Hebgen Lake wasn t showing up in Ennis Lake and no one really knew why Lessner said With the Varney gauge operating PPL will be able to better track how their flows out of Hebgen impact the river near Ennis he said The gauge will also help scientists figure out how groundwater near the river impacts stream flows and vice versa Heikes Knapton said The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology is currently doing a groundwater study below Ennis Lake she said The data collected by the Varney gauge will help them track the water inputs into the river and how that impacts groundwater downstream The gauge will also be useful for help correlating river flows with other surface water features in the area Heikes Knaption said The gauge is located on land owned by the Granger Ranch which is involved in restoring the upper reaches of O Dell Creek on their land For instance will high flows in O Dell Creek occur at the same time as high flows in the Madison River or will fluctuation in flows in the Madison River result in a fluctuation of flows in O Dell Creek The gauge will operate for about eight months out of the year

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  • FWP approves Madison recreation management plans | The Madisonian
    what the use of the river by other public users is The committee requested FWP do a survey among river users to determine the extent of the perception that access spots are congested The committee also suggested specific recommendations for certain stretches of river that covers from Yellowstone Park to the Headwaters State Park in Three Forks In its recommendations the advisory committee addressed the concern with maintaining the Madison River as a world class fishing experience The committee suggested some recommendations be effective immediately including following through on the survey to determine the busiest times of year and how people use the river The committee also recommended the Lyons Bridge Fishing Access to be redesigned to alleviate congestion the 8 Mile Ford Fishing Access Site dirt road maintenance be improved through the peak season and the boat ramp at the Varney access be redone in addition to other maintenance projects Within the 15 page document outlining the recommendations of the citizen committee the conclusion of the report says the management plan needs to focus on recreation management rather than resource management FWP will invite the public to comment on the recommendations of the advisory committee The public can send their comments to mrrp mt gov After that period of public comment the committee will write a draft Morris says that will then go back out to the public for comment before being finalized The earliest a recreation plan could be implemented is 2014 with work going into 2015 Some members of the public have already showed concerns about how a recreation management plan could restrict use of the river Changes could involve restricting areas people are allowed to fish and requiring permits for the river but FWP says there is a process that will take time and that they

    Original URL path: http://www.madisoniannews.com/fwp-approves-madison-recreation-management-plans-2/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Bob Loveland: Giving back in every form | The Madisonian
    involved with the Ennis Senior Center that opened in October Read more about Loveland s involvement here http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Aquatic Center Bob Loveland Ennis Ennis Senior Center Madison County Senior Citizens Advisory Board The Madisonian and Volunteer Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles The Ennis Senior Center becomes an actuality at the hands of volunteers Meg Sammons Giving back through Relay for Life Maxine Dykman Giving back through reading Ennis community moves forward with plan for new senior center Tom Kuntz A handyman using his skills to benefit the community 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

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  • Maxine Dykman: Giving back through reading | The Madisonian
    to an hour reading to the kindergarten first and second grade classes Read about how Maxine gives back here http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Harrison Harrison School Maxine Dykman Pony The Madisonian and Volunteers Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Ennis Town Commission passes first reading of sign ordinance banning electronic message centers After passing the Senate and a first reading in the House SB 264 tabled in committee Mary and Dan Birdsill Giving back through 30 years of service Harrison senior applying to West Point gets nomination from Sen Daines Meg Sammons Giving back through Relay for Life 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

    Original URL path: http://www.madisoniannews.com/maxine-dykman-giving-back-through-reading/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Mary and Dan Birdsill: Giving back through 30 years of service | The Madisonian
    EMT and Dan s 29th In order to be an EMT you have to take a course and follow up with continuing education according to Mary Read about the Birdsills here http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Ambulance Birdsill EMT Madison County Montana Ruby Valley Sheriff Spotlight The Madisonian and Volunteers Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Ennis Ambulance Discussion involves most effective way to run ambulance service Cellular One customers must find new cell phone service Maxine Dykman Giving back through reading Forest Service money allotted to projects in Madison County Meg Sammons Giving back through Relay for Life 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

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  • Five-vehicle crash in Cameron results in multiple life flights | The Madisonian
    To read the rest of the article follow this link http digital madisoniannews com sub account login asp Categories News Features Tags Cameron Crash Madison County Montana Sheriff s Office The Madisonian and Vehicle Crash Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles MSU student killed in Beartrap Canyon crash Single motorcycle crash results in air ambulance Meg Sammons Giving back through Relay for Life Over the last week multiple fires sparked in the Beaverhead Deerlodge National Forest Alder Cameron check stations report higher hunter success rate than last year 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

    Original URL path: http://www.madisoniannews.com/five-vehicle-crash-in-cameron-results-in-multiple-life-flights/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Mumme sworn in as interim clerk and recorder | The Madisonian
    Features Tags Archives Clerk and Recorder Land Records Madison County Mining Claims Montana Storage The Madisonian and Virginia City Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Clerk and Recorder s office has new archive storage RESULTS ARE IN Madison County will welcome new faces Jan 1 MADISON COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS Unofficial primary election results for Madison County are in Record breaking tourism in Virginia City Nevada City 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 every day until I was

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  • Learning to fly … and fall | The Madisonian
    at horsemanship That doesn t mean I execute it perfectly though I m definitely a work in progress On the last day of the clinic I was sitting on Woodrow my horse completely relaxed Another horse in the clinic was antsy and charged toward us from Woodrow s blind spot crashing into his flank Naturally Woodrow spooked and took off like a bullet Being inexperienced my instincts failed me I let go of the reins clenched my body and grabbed Woodrow s mane Wrong move I only freaked him out more and he shot to the other end of the arena where he spun about and dumped me unceremoniously in the dirt Fortunately other than a few bruises and sore ribs I hopped up without an issue By then Woodrow had calmed down and was looking for me We reunited in the middle of the arena and my poor horse felt terrible I could tell he was upset he dumped me even though I was more to blame I gathered his reins and we left the arena we needed a little break because my heart was still racing After the clinic ended I felt like it was important to get back on Woodrow We re entered the arena and I slipped on his bridle I climbed into the saddle and we were off just like nothing had ever happened My fly through the air and subsequent crash landing did not deter me from riding In fact Mike told me that it s not if you re going to fall off your horse it s when if you ride often enough What my fall did teach me was an important lesson in horsemanship and life always have control of your reins I could have prevented my sore ribs and bruised body

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