Call to Action: Restore MT Tobacco Use Prevention

Thu. Feb. 3rd, 2011

Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program Decimated by State Legislators $8.2 million of a $9 million dollar budget for the program was just slashed by the Health and Human Services Subcommittee. Senator Dave Lewis of Helena moved to eliminate…

Class: Current Events & Global Issues

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Montana State University offers two non-credit courses this spring that address current events and global issues. The courses are open to adults of all backgrounds. “Climate Science Explained: Understanding Current Issues on Climate…

MSU film student wins grand prize in national film contest

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Montana State University first-year film student recently won the grand prize in a national film contest devoted to exploring what it means to live large. Erin Burke’s one-minute film, “Living Large Together,” depicts her friends…

My Roots are in the Rocks

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The September sun burned hot on my back. Muscles in my shoulders ached, as I rocked the gravel sifter back and forth. I felt primitive and exhausted, as I hunched over the trough of water, but for some reason I couldn’t help but smile. I…

Meno-Minders A Q&A forum with a physician

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Dr. Robert Lemley, ND, NMCP Naturopathic Doctor/NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner Q: I’m 51-year-old female. How much Vitamin D should I be taking? A: Let me tell the true story about a teacher I had. Early in the 70’s, this gentleman…

Why Do We Eat?

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Is this a silly question: Why do we eat? The obvious answer would be to stay alive. It is a known fact that in order to remain alive and healthy one must consume a certain amount of food on a daily basis. Although this is common knowledge,…

A Metaphysical Moment with Acupuncturist Christina Clark

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The elements of earth, fire, metal, water and wood evoke images of our natural world. Life in Montana is rooted in these elements and getting closer to nature is a theme most Montanan’s can relate to. It is why we live here, the rivers,…

What is my Sun Sign, Really?

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Many have read or heard a report from the Astronomers of the Minnesota Planetarium Society who claim to have made a new discovery about the astrology signs. They say that the moon’s gravitational pull or wobble on the Earth changed our…

Skiing from the Sickbed

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

“Telling me how great your ski day was does not make me feel better. I am not skiing vicariously through you,” my neighbor, avid skier and part time ski patroller, reflected when her season last year was cut short due to a broken arm. She…

State of the Market

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The New Year is upon us. 2011 is here. It’s time to take a look back at 2010 and see how Real Estate sales faired compared to previous years. By now, most everyone knows that Real Estate sales have suffered a down turn. But are things…

Cultivating a New Year

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The holidays are behind us and a new year has begun. Field Day Farms sent me a newsletter letting me know that they are planting seeds in their greenhouse in preparation for the coming spring, followed closely by the Farmers’ Market. The…

A Valentine Sampler

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

There are certain comestibles that tickle tastebuds, flutter eyelids, and cause some of us to fairly swoon. They are our favorite foods–waistband and nutritional constraints be hanged. For the devout they are in a category so prized…

Cherlyn Wilcox

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Cherlyn Wilcox, a 4-year resident of Bozeman is grateful to be immersed in art. As an Emerson employee directing Marketing and Membership, creativity is something she treasures about her job. “I am so lucky to have the freedom to be…

Seneca Boards Interview

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

I recently talked with Seneca Boards owner, Eric Newman to talk skiing, manufacturing, and all about Montana’s only custom ski company. What I got back was more than what I asked for, he reminded me why we ski and what skiing really…

How to Boost Profits in 2011 with a Print Newsletter

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Despite the popularity of the web one of the most profitable marketing tools is a good, old-fashioned print newsletter that arrives inyour customer’s mailbox once a month. Is it more expensive than sending an email? Yep. But, because…

Four Business Builders Your Company Must Know About

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Chances are you’ve never heard of H. Igor Ansoff. That’s OK, for many years I hadn’t heard of him either. He is commonly known as the “father of Strategic Management.” If you implement his business theories, it just might make the…

Exhibit: Main Street Building Names

Mon. Jan. 24th, 2011

What’s in a name?  Come to the Pioneer Museum and see some of the Main Street buildings with a name emblazoned along the roof line.  Find out the “who” and “what” of the buildings.  The Pioneer Museum, 317 W. Main, has mounted…

Seeking Nominations for the 3rd annual Cornerstone Award

Sat. Jan. 15th, 2011

The Bozeman Public Library Foundation is seeking nominations for the 3rd annual Cornerstone Award.  This award is presented annually to an individual who has made a significant contribution to literature, libraries, and learning in the…

Pint Sized Play has started!

Sat. Jan. 15th, 2011

Please join us as you can, it could be one or many! Hope to see you! Pint-Sized Play, (PSP) is a parent-child group, available for parents and their children 0-5 years of age, in the listed school attendance area. This is a 10-week series…