Volunteers sought to help MSU welcome back students

Thu. Jul. 21st, 2011

Bozeman — Volunteers are sought for the 11th annual Montana State University Move-In Day, set 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 24. Volunteers from both MSU and the community will help move an expected 1,700 new students into their…

MSU Extended University hosts photo contest for catalog cover

Thu. Jul. 21st, 2011

BOZEMAN–Montana State University’s Extended University is hosting a contest to choose a cover photo for the fall course catalog. The winning photo will be featured on the cover of the catalog, which is distributed to 8,000 people…

MSU to open Veteran Support Center this fall

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

BOZEMAN – Montana State University President Waded Cruzado announced today that the university will open a Veteran Support Center to serve the growing number of veterans on the MSU campus. Cruzado said that the center will support…

Emerson’s Pottery Class for Kids

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

Emerson’s Pottery Class for Kids The Emerson is offering a pottery class for kids ages 7-12 with ceramic artist Vanessa Rogers.The projects include clay masks, wind chimes and vessels. The 3-day class is offered July19,20 & 21st from 9…

Successful Longest Day of Trails

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

Photo By Pascal Beauvais, www.pascalbeauvais.com   Longest Day of Trails A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the fifth annual Longest Day of Trails on Friday, June 24th headquartered at Montana Ale…

2nd Annual Winter Clothing Drive

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

Stuff-a-Bus, a winter clothing drive, is in it’s second year. This year the Bozeman Police Department and Dare are doing a 1 Mile, 5K, 10K- Tri-fecta race to support the Kiwanis Stuff-a-Bus project. The race will start and end at the…

MSU offers free guide to NASA research in Yellowstone

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

BOZEMAN—A free full-color guidebook will help Yellowstone visitors and armchair travelers understand the connection between the park’s tiniest inhabitants and the search for extra-terrestrial life. The book, “Science of…

New Leadership Class at MSU

Sat. Jul. 16th, 2011

Bozeman — A leadership development training class for incoming Montana State University freshmen that will allow an opportunity to connect with classmates while discussing and practicing leadership skills is now available through…

10 Summer Events Not To Miss

Wed. Jul. 13th, 2011

If you are new to the area, visiting or maybe you have lived here for years but don’t know what types of activities are available, here are 10 fabulous Bozeman area outdoor activities to check out this summer. 1. Farmers’ Markets –…

Story Mill: Community Garden Creates Controversy

Wed. Jul. 13th, 2011

One of the most endangered historic places in Montana is in our own back yard. Built in 1883 by pioneer Nelson Story, the Story Mill used to be the largest employer in the Gallatin Valley and the pride of Bozeman. Now it sits dormant,…

Bozeman Brewing and Funky Virtue

Mon. Jul. 11th, 2011

If one heads east on Durston, the road turns into Peach. Then heading east on Peach past Rouse, then past Wallace, you get to the more industrial side of Bozeman down by Story Mill and the railroad tracks. As the road veers south and turns…

Story Mill: Community Garden

Mon. Jul. 11th, 2011

One of the most endangered historic places in Montana is in our own back yard. Built in 1883 by pioneer Nelson Story, the Story Mill used to be the largest employer in the Gallatin Valley and the pride of Bozeman. Now it sits dormant,…

$24.99 iPhone Plans? Straight Up! Next to Aspen Motors? You Bet!

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

My cell phone is a dumb phone. Nothing fancy about it. I want a smart phone. $24.99 a month nationwide? Then enters Kevin at iWireless located on Main Street next to Aspen Motors, across from Safeway. Located where? The car dealership? Cars…

A True Small Town Setting: Willow Creek

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

Are we there yet? Willow Creek is tucked in the backdrop of the Tobacco Root Mountains with a view of the 10,604 foot Hollowtop Mountain. The distant horizon is snow capped mountains with green pasture land and roaming cattle grazing through…

Should Montana be a “Right to Work” state?

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

Currently in the United States there are 22 “Right to Work” states. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South…

Oh No, the Fishing Has All Gone to Carp

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

So for those of you who pay attention to my ramblings from time to time, you’ve surely heard me tout the wonderful golden exotic treasure that is only so fittingly named the Common Carp. Every year when it starts to get a little warmer…

Cafe Francais Des Arts: OOH LA LA

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

Get this straight: I like this place. A lot. So much, in fact, I awoke last week in a Virginia Beach hotel longing for one of the pastries from Café Francais. Stuck with an unappetizing assortment of chain restaurants, I opted-out of…

Eat Like a Local : Recipe For Simple Summer Sandwiches

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

Here’s a fantastic company-pleasing favorite–featuring locally made bread with Montana flour–that’s big on taste and light on ingredients. With a deli salad, a side of sweet potato fries, and a cold beer, this meal is…

Montana Mex

Fri. Jul. 1st, 2011

A few facts about Montana Mex llc. - Kitchen located in Livingston, MT - Use reusable, dishwasher safe containers - Committed to supporting local companies - Chef and Co owner Eduardo Garcia - Grown in Montana from Caribbean roots - …