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What's Your Beef? Killer Impact

by Phil Knight  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

In the 1997 movie thriller Asteroid, an extinction-level impact is predicted as an asteroid is aimed at Earth by a passing comet.  Three aircraft with lasers are scrambled and succeed in breaking up the asteroid though smaller fragments…

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Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

The Coronavirus slowed the Bozeman housing market down for a few weeks, but it has come roaring back. The market is extremely busy again, and we’re back to seeing many properties receiving multiple offers. In these situations, buyers…

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MT Summer Bucket List

Sarah May  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

With summer travel shifted to more staycation and less epic destinations, building a summer bucket list is a perfect way to make the most of a summer spent living locally. Whether you’re building a list full of solo adventures or…

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Infected With The Love of Fishing

Montana Grant  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

One could say that there are good and bad infections. Some bad infections are highly contagious and are caused by things like the coronavirus. Mask wearing has been proven highly effective in stopping the spread of these infections. Other…

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Pandemic Health Check-In

Wednesday Jul. 1

Be gentle with yourself right now. This is an extraordinary time to be a human. In pre-pandemic(s) life, you might have been waking up at 6 am to exercise, physically going to work, dropping your kids off at school with a healthy and balanced…

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Protecting The Gallatin Range

Wednesday Jul. 1

Recently, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC) sent out an announcement saying that 77% of respondents to a survey supported protecting the Gallatin Range with a variety of new designations from recreation area to wildlife management area.…

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Theatre Culture in Bozeman

Kevin Brustuen  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

Gary Cooper, Hollywood star of the 1940s and 50s born in Helena and former student at Montana State College (today’s MSU), is enshrined in Bozeman’s history with a star embedded in the sidewalk near the Rialto Theatre in downtown…

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Z’s Meze Market

by Angie Ripple  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

I have always enjoyed dining in an establishment where the owner is hands-on, whether it’s greeting guests, or making food, or bussing tables. I’ve seen local owners do it all, and I love being a witness to their passion and…

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July Cover Artist: Nic Fischer

Wednesday Jul. 1

Nic Fischer is a proud father of two daughters, a narrative landscape painter, and frequent sufferer of summit fever. For nearly a decade, he has focused on painting landscapes as viewed from the top of a mountain, offering a new perspective…

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Safe, Free & Equal Bozeman

by Angie Ripple  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

I have seen many business statements regarding the racial inequality debate the nation was thrust into after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Many companies rushed to extend messages of solidarity, and I wanted to do the same, not…

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June Cover Artist: Lindsey Hove

Monday Jun. 1

Lindsey Hove was born in Billings, MT and moved to Bozeman in 2006 to attend Montana State University. Lindsey’s passion for photography started by taking photos at live music events and he recalls, “I’ve always been…

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Hope is Greater Than Change

by Angie Ripple  |  Monday Jun. 1

Have you seen the list on Facebook where you put down all the things you like that barely anyone else likes or vice versa? As an example, friend C. dislikes the Harry Potter series, but feels like everyone else loves it. Well, I’m about…

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