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Top 10 Spring Hikes in Bozeman

Kate Springer  |  Wednesday Apr. 1

Spring hiking in Bozeman can be a bit tricky. Many forest service roads are closed this time of year which makes accessing some of Bozeman’s most popular hikes a bit more difficult. So, when it comes to spring hiking in Bozeman…

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Earth Day Around The House

Wednesday Apr. 1

Since April is the month of Earth Day, it’s also a great time of year to start planning some home improvement projects for the spring and summer. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by trying to make your home more energy…

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Why Owning House Plants is Easy

Wednesday Apr. 1

You have probably heard “I do not have a green thumb” from a close friend or relative at some point in your life. Who knows, you may have said this yourself. Well, I am here to tell you that anyone can have a “green…

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Bringing Sexual Health In Focus

A Conversation with Anna Couch, Bailey Mihalovich and Katie Meyer

Mia Snyder  |  Wednesday Apr. 1

Anna Couch, Bailey Mihalovich and Katie Meyer are three Montana State University students who have taken a special interest in sexual health as a public health issue. I recently spoke with them about their opportunity to present their story…

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Dead Sky: Navigating The Golden Road

Greg Louzan  |  Wednesday Apr. 1

Born out of a common love for Grateful Dead music, Bozeman’s own Dead Sky has been responsible for rampant bone shaking and face thievery in the Gallatin Valley over the last two years. The band is made up of some of Montana’s…

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April Cover Artist: Linda Kelly

Wednesday Apr. 1

Linda Kelly has been exploring Montana’s wilderness for over 25 years and still today is an avid hiker and horsewoman. She has had a lifetime career as a graphic designer and wildlife photographer.“I’m passionate about…

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March Cover Artist: Kelsey Dzintars

Sunday Mar. 1

Based on personal soul-invigorating experiences in the Northern Rockies, Kelsey’s acrylic paintings reflect the elusive space between dream and reality in which our inner psyche finds its interconnectedness with the outer world. Her…

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10 Ways Bozeman Has Changed in 10 Years

Kate Springer  |  Sunday Mar. 1

Tourism Took OffIf you’ve been in Bozeman long enough, you’ll remember the days when Bozeman became a ghost town in the summer. Once the MSU students cleared out, you could practically hear crickets on Main Street. But now all…

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The Importance in Getting Pre-Qualified

by Tim Ford  |  Sunday Mar. 1

For the snow enthusiasts, this has been a great winter. Along with the strong snow cycle, demand for Real Estate in Bozeman has stayed strong, but as we’ve seen the past few winters, inventory is in short supply. With green grass on the…

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Americans and the Holocaust

National Traveling Exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum comes to Bozeman

Sunday Mar. 1

On January 27, 2020, the world solemnly acknowledged and recognized the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious Nazi concentration camp located in contemporary Poland. Dignitaries from many nations…

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March Into Reading with Dave Wooten

Shawn Vicklund  |  Sunday Mar. 1

Reading breeds thinking. There’s no substitute for good, old fashioned reading. Reading can establish thought patterns, logic, a sense of complexity, an ability to spot contradictions and even falsity. Books have a way of transporting…

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Know Yourself Lead Yourself Lead Others

A Retired Green Beret’s Philosophy on Effective Leadership

Mia Snyder  |  Sunday Mar. 1

Who was the best leader you’ve ever followed? Who was the worst? How has leadership shaped or changed your life?I took a moment to ponder my own answers to these questions as I sat down with Phil Kornachuk to discuss leadership training…

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