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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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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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February 2017

Editors Note: Change is in the Air

by Angie Ripple

So much newness has hit our community, state, nation and world over the past few months my head is spinning. Bozeman is growing at record rates; MSU enrollment is at an all time high; travel to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport has…

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December 2016

Editors Note: Reflecting on 2016

by Angie Ripple

Soon we will be hanging a new calendar in the office and looking forward to a new year, but before we get too far into 2017 planning, resolution making and goal setting let’s reflect on what 2016 has allowed Bozeman Magazine to share…

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November 2016

Looking Forward With Bozeman Mag

by Angie Ripple

Bozeman Magazine is the voice of our community and the community members invested in telling their stories and the story of Bozeman each month. In each issue about ten writers contribute, in 2017 you could be one of them. As a leading local…

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September 2016

Editors Note: Treasure Abounds

by Angie Ripple

Thank you for picking up the September 2016 issue of Bozeman Magazine, our 112th issue! 9500 copies of this issue will be distributed to about 200 locations in the greater Bozeman area. We have included many articles in this issue…

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July 2016

Make Bozeman Great Again

by Angie Ripple

This is an article for the old school Bozemanite. If you just moved here (this is subjective, you’ve probably already noticed your aren’t considered a local until you’ve been here at least 5.76 years), or if you are passing…

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June 2016

When In Yellowstone

by Angie Ripple

It’s been said there are only two seasons in Montana: winter and road construction. Most certainly in Bozeman there is a third season, tourist season, and it is upon us. Our proximity to the United States’ first national park…

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