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At his invitation, I recently had a lengthy discussion with Bozeman City Commission candidate Michael Wallner. I had known of some of his community involvement... [Read More]
I began my city commission campaign on the premise that we here in Bozeman share many commonly held values, including civility, respect for the environment... [Read More]
A local belt company has debuted its newest designs: navy blue and black Montana State University belts, manufactured by seamstresses around Montana. [Read More]
Montana's 50 Hutterite colonies have a big impact on agriculture and Hutterites often sell their products at farmers markets, yet the people remain a mystery... [Read More]
Patrick Cross, research director for the Yellowstone Ecological Research Center, stood on the banks of Mill Creek Friday, holding his phone near a sensor and... [Read More]
After taking a three-touchdown lead in the first quarter, Manhattan's lead still wasn't comfortable. [Read More]
Billings Senior showed no weaknesses. [Read More]
Syrian Kurds accused Turkish forces and allied rebels of continuing to attack a border town in northeastern Syria on Friday, a day after Turkey and... [Read More]
A new Bozeman draft housing plan suggests the city find more money for housing efforts, create ways to hold onto affordable units for the long... [Read More]
Police said in charging documents that the 21-year-old man shot one man in the chest and another man in the leg. [Read More]
A fifth-generation farmer is putting on the inaugural Montana Fresh Hop Festival, a celebration of craft beer and all the work that goes into creating... [Read More]
Jonathan Charles Jennings was born July 17, 1951, in Crosby, North Dakota to Willis C. and Elaine M. Jennings. Their second child, Jonathan joined sister... [Read More]
Montana's average annual temperature has jumped 2 to 3 degrees since 1950 and is expected to continue to rise, reducing annual snowfall, increasing the frequency... [Read More]
State officials approved Thursday a permanent, monthlong time-of-day fishing restriction on the lower Madison River to protect fish on hot summer days. [Read More]
A private donor agreed to kick in the $350,000 needed to repair Bozeman's Bogert pavilion, which also means the iconic structure will likely have a... [Read More]
The city of Bozeman is hosting an open house for people to review a map that lays out the city's hope of where future building... [Read More]
A Belgrade man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges that accuse him of sexually assaulting a minor. [Read More]
A city commission candidate who wants to create public housing and a government-owned bank said Bozeman's prosperity has left too many people behind. [Read More]
The Rockin' S7 Homeowners Association has sued Gallatin County over the commissioners' decision to keep Rocking S7 Road public despite a request from nearby landowners... [Read More]
Police are investigating an overnight shooting that injured two men behind Bar IX in downtown Bozeman early Thursday morning. [Read More]