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  • Twin Bridges | The Madisonian - Part 4
    seeded team in the 8C conference Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Ennis Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Leave a comment Mustang cross country Posted on October 14 2015 by Caitlin Avey As they prepare for the state meet the Ennis Mustangs cross country team competed in two meets this past week the Helena 7 on 7 meet on Oct 8 and the Townsend meet on Oct 10 Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Cross Country Ennis Football Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Leave a comment Volleyball Round Up Posted on September 30 2015 by The Madisonian The Sheridan Panthers hosted their cross county rivals the Harrison Willow Creek Wildcats Thursday Sept 24 ultimately falling to the Wildcats in three sets Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Ennis Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Leave a comment Volleyball Round Up Posted on September 23 2015 by Caitlin Avey The following is a volleyball round up featuring last week s games from around Madison County Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Ennis Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Leave a comment Taking the school day outdoors Posted on September 23 2015 by Abigail Dennis Taking the school day outdoors Categories News Features Tags Alder Eduction Kids River Resource Day Ruby Valley Ruby Valley Conservation District Sheridan and Twin Bridges Leave a comment Volleyball Round Up County rivals face off Posted on September 16 2015 by Caitlin Avey The Twin Bridges Lady Falcons traveled to Mustang country for a rival match up Thursday Sept 10 during Ennis homecoming week Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Cross Country Ennis Football Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Leave a comment FWP extends public s time to comment

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  • Twin Bridges | The Madisonian - Part 8
    are waiting to submit a loan application to the U S Department of Agriculture to assist with funding Categories News Features Tags John Semingson Madison County Montana Ruby Valley Ruby Valley Hospital RVH Sheridan The Madisonian Twin Bridges and USDA Leave a comment Debate continues over public access from roads Posted on June 26 2014 by The Madisonian How far do public rights of way extend from a county road The issue is still undecided two years after Fifth Judicial Court Judge Loren Tucker ruled that public use of the Seyler Lane Bridge doesn t guarantee public use of the Ruby River from the land around that bridge And it s been 10 years since the issue first arose in court Categories News Features Tags Fifth Judicial Court Judge Loren Tucker Madison County Montana Supreme Court Ruby Valley Seyler Lane Stream Access and Twin Bridges 1 Comment Cellular One customers must find new cell phone service Posted on June 26 2014 by Abigail Dennis When Cellular One goes dark on July 31 1 836 customers in the Ruby Valley alone will be without cell phone service according to Matt Greemore Twin Bridges Town Council member Categories News Features Tags Alder AT T Cellular One Madison County Ruby Valley Sheridan Sprint Twin Bridges Verizon and Virginia City Leave a comment Commissioners accept FAA grant offer for Twin Bridges Airport Posted on June 11 2014 by Abigail Dennis The Madison County Commissioners have accepted a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration FAA in Helena for the construction of the runway at the Twin Bridges Airport which is scheduled to begin July 1 according to Commissioner Dave Schulz Categories News Headline Tags Airport Commissioners FAA Madison County and Twin Bridges Leave a comment Unofficial primary election results for Madison County are in Posted

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  • Twin Bridges | The Madisonian - Part 9
    elect new trustees during May 6 election Posted on May 7 2014 by Abigail Dennis Voters approve mill levies elect new trustees during May 6 election Categories Breaking and News Headline Tags election Ennis Madison Valley mill levy rural fire district School Board Sheridan The Madisionian and Twin Bridges 1 Comment Twin Bridges extends application deadline for new town councilor Posted on January 19 2011 by The Madisonian Officials in Twin Bridges are pushing back the deadline to accept applications for the vacant town council seat until the first week of February to allow more time for applicants The deadline was just a little too short for some of them said Twin Bridges Mayor Tom Hyndman Twin Bridges is looking for a new Categories Community News Tags Twin Bridges Leave a comment Page 9 of 9 1 2 6 7 8 9 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

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  • Fall sports preview | The Madisonian
    s all exciting to me said Simon It ll be an interesting and tough conference It s always a challenge because it s so competitive every game will be exciting Simon is also looking forward to some of her younger players stepping to leadership positions Cross country As of press time Tuesday multiple calls for comment had not been returned by the Harrison coach SHERIDAN Football Sheridan played its first year of six man football last year with a 1 5 record and although it was a tough season it was an educational one according to head coach Jake Steiner Six man is a really fast paced high scoring game said Steiner We re a young team of freshman and sophomores and that s exciting added assistant coach Mike Wetherbee They re willing and eager we have a great future in front of us Sheridan has 12 players out this season nine sophomores and three freshmen and according to Wetherbee the West Yellowstone Lincoln and Alberton games are the ones to watch Volleyball As of press time Tuesday multiple calls for comment had not been returned by Sheridan s coach Cross country Sheridan added a cross country team this year under the direction of Myra Deavel a first time coach but a long time runner and lover of the sport This is our first year and we have a great group of athletes said Deavel Our team is young so it will be great getting to watch them grow and progress throughout the season Sheridan has four runners out for the season and is excited to get to as many meets as possible We want to get some meets under our belts and being at the state meet for the first time will be huge said Deavel TWIN BRIDGES Football Twin Bridges will also be developing a younger team after losing some seniors according to head coach Rob Lott We have a pretty solid core group with five or six returning that played quite a bit last year but we ll have to fill in the gaps said Lott Twin had a 7 0 record before losing to Ennis in the final regular season game Then they lost the playoff game against Broadus on the last play of the game It was heartbreak said Lott But it left motivation for those returning players Lott hopes to see the team return to the playoffs but knows how competitive the field is Gardiner White Sulphur Springs and Ennis those three I think will be very challenging They re always tougher than snot Volleyball Twin Bridges had a successful last season but also a lot of injuries that resulted in keeping some players from returning It s unfortunate but it s something we really have no control over said head coach Jen Kearns Kearns said the aspect that most stands out to her is the team s chemistry They work together really well and have a desire to excel she said They never

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  • MADISON COUNTY at STATE TRACK | The Madisonian
    Laurel Madison County State Track The Madisonian Track and Twin Bridges Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Local track and field results State track results Madison County athletes make all conference all state basketball teams State meet takes Madison County teams to Great Falls Spring sports What to expect 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 released in 1945 I published Economic development and Big Sky Melissa Smith This proposal is grossly unfair

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  • BASKETBALL SEASON PRIMER | The Madisonian
    players and two returning powerhouses according to Dyk seniors Taya DeFrance and Addie Nesbit We are looking for contributions from everybody though Dyk clarified I think we re going to be pretty good We re fundamentally sound and can execute Though Dyk is hopeful he added that the team can never be good enough Don t settle he said We need to keep working on little things like blocking Dyk said the conference is packed with talent this year and not one game should be overlooked We have a very tough conference he said From Ennis Twin Bridges and Lone Peak And then West Yellowstone and Sheridan are on the rise Dyk said games against Ennis and Twin Bridges always draw a huge crowd I m expecting good things from everybody in the conference he said It s going to be a fun year There was a lot of turnover the conference lost a lot of players and there are a couple new head coaches The Wildcats travel to Roberts on Dec 5 to face off against Absarokee SHERIDAN Boys Basketball Last year was a tough one for the Sheridan Panthers but head coach Chad Elser said his team is already working hard We were 0 19 last year Elser said It was a rough season We re hoping to compete a little more Elser said he thinks the team has a shot at success because of their attitudes We are a young team right now he said But the younger kids are eager to learn and they are putting in a lot of time and effort the attitudes are the best since I ve been here This is Elser s third year as head coach Though this year s team is young both Tristen Horn and Ben Larsen are back on the court after seeing some varisty time last year It s a whole new cast of kids Elser said Four freshmen five sophomores and two juniors Right now the team is focusing on fundamentals Elser added Their work ethic and attitudes have been impressive he said That s going to make the difference Girls Basketball This is head coach Wendy Fabel s fourth year with the Lady Panthers We are starting our season with five girls Fabel said The yare all returning players And then we are going to bring our eighth graders up to participate starting Dec 18 I believe there will be four or five of them The purpose of bringing up middle school girls is to fill out the bench and have subs available for the starters Alexis Woirhaye Cady Guinnane Tionna Schwend Janie Smart and Destiny Fabel Last year the team started out strong but suffered when they lost several key players due to injuries and illnesses in early January Things got really rough Fabel said But they have made progress Fabel said she thinks the team will be competitive they have been practicing since Nov 19 and are working hard The addition of

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  • Volleyball Round Up: County rivals face off | The Madisonian
    junior Audrey George and senior Cassidy Wetzel both who played an impressive game Thursday George an outside hitter and Wetzel a middle hitter also play rotational setters leading the team in assisted hits as well as blocks and kills During Thursday night s matchup though the Mustangs made away with the first two sets the Falcons rallied for an early lead during the third only falling to Ennis by two The lady Mustangs looked strong in the opening set with a tall front row of eager hitters Outside powerhouse Brigit Croy rounded out the night with 14 of the team s 27 total kills Senior Caitlin Klatt played the best all around for the Lady Mustangs earning two aces with her vicious jump serve three blocks at the net and rounded out her night with 11 digs Mustang head coach Betty Klein thought the team started off slow but finally found their groove Once we started passing our hitters did a great job putting the ball down she said Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Cross Country Ennis Football Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Volleyball Round Up Volleyball Round Up Madison County powerhouses face off Twin Bridges topples Ennis in last week s football game Twin Bridges falls to Arlee in semifinal football game Basketball season draws to a close in Madison County 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

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  • Mustang cross country | The Madisonian
    Koenig The Mustangs will head to Great Falls on Oct 24 to participate in the state meet Categories Sports Entertainment Tags Cross Country Ennis Football Harrison Madison County Sheridan Sports The Madisonian Twin Bridges and Volleyball Bookmark the permalink Leave a comment Recommended Articles Cross country teams compete at Butte Central Twin Bridges meets Fall sports preview Volleyball Round Up County rivals face off Harrison hosts cross country meet in Pony State meet takes Madison County teams to Great Falls 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

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