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Gallatin County's rest home can be divided into two sections based on the time each was built. The north side, constructed in 1990, wraps around... [Read More]
Montana's largest handmade craft fair will be making its first appearance in Bozeman this fall. The Montana HandMADE-sponsored MADE fair, which focuses on local artists... [Read More]
Nothing spells relief from the dog days of a hot Montana summer like tequila. [Read More]
Gallatin County on Tuesday will consider applying for a $150,000 federal grant to study Frontage Road between Bozeman and Belgrade for a future bike and... [Read More]
The wait is over. The Big Sky Country State Fair is back. [Read More]
Sen. Daines, are you a man of your word? In 2016, I wrote to you, urging you to allow the hearings for Merrick Garland to... [Read More]
As the November general election approaches, debate over the future of Montana's wilderness study areas is becoming a pivotal issue. [Read More]
The city of Bozeman seems hell bent on revising its historic preservation guidelines, specifically the Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District (NCOD), which has governed much of... [Read More]
I am grateful. The end of June, the U.S. Senate passed their bipartisan version of the Farm Bill with a strong 86-11 vote. This Farm... [Read More]
In Montana, someone with a mental illness is three times more likely to be incarcerated than hospitalized: a tragic and informative statistic. [Read More]
Zander Petrich admits he didn't quite know what was going on when he took the mound at the beginning of the season. The Bucks AA... [Read More]
To the editor:On July 10th, our citizens spoke at City Council of their desire for a downtown park and plaza. [Read More]
o the editor:This letter is to alert you to the city's consideration of widening 1000 North from two lanes that allows parking into a five-lane... [Read More]
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The regents who lead Montana's University System believe the top three executives are doing a fine job, and have asked them to find new ways... [Read More]
A retired Gallatin County judge is stepping in to help with case loads in Butte-Silver Bow for the next few months while there is a... [Read More]
State Rep. Jon Knokey on Friday officially withdrew from his re-election bid, spurring local Republicans to find a replacement for the race. [Read More]
Its towering red sign on North Seventh Avenue painted over in pink, the former Rainbow Motel — renovated and refreshed — reopened this week as... [Read More]
Our campaign has been knocking on doors and talking with people throughout District 71 for months now. We hear often that people don't like the... [Read More]
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