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July 2017

A Local Summer

by Angie Ripple

Summer is a beautiful time to enjoy all Bozeman has to offer. Visitors have traveled from every corner of the planet to our backyard, Main Street and mountains. You will find the Gallatin Valley’s largest and fullest events calendar at…

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July 2017

Hidden Treasures, For Sure

by Jerry Schuster

It’s that time of year. Time to put away the skis and snow shoes and get out the summer gear. Oh yea, time to think of all those fun summer activities, events and places to explore, like floating the Madison, hiking Blackmore and…

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July 2017

Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford

By now almost everyone has heard, Bozeman’s Real Estate market is continuing its strength. The shortage of inventory has left many buyers frustrated and often in multiple offer situations. In a multiple offer situation, cash is usually…

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June 2017

The Zillow Estimate

by Tim Ford

Zillow is a Real Estate website with a variety of tools and information. Buyers use the website to shop homes for sale. Zillow also offers a “Zestimate” which is their computerized model that generates a home value for individual…

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June 2017

Decade One

by Angie Ripple, Brian Ripple

It’s officially time to celebrate. The 121st issue of Bozeman Magazine, originally Bozeman’s Own Monthly Magazine, is here and nearly every previous issue is now archived at MSU’s Renne Library and will be available for…

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May 2017

Sedition in Gallatin County

Sugar, the Kaiser and Two Years Imprisonment

by Kelly Hartman

On April 11, 1918 Frank McVey, a laborer from Illinois, stepped into a Logan restaurant, about 25 miles from Bozeman. His complaint about sugar and a comment in support of the Kaiser landed him in the local jail. He would spend the next three…

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