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The Mountains Are Calling

Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

The mug on the shelf in the kitchen of our Air BnB bore John Muir’s famous words, “The mountains are calling and I must go.” None of us drank out of that mug during our stay at Big Sky, Montana, but it sat there on the…

October Cover Artist: Katrina Bride

Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

My passion is art. I sometimes feel like I eat, breath, live, and dream about photographing people and their special moments. In 2008 I started my photographic journey, and in 2013 it finally took me to Paris, France where I dove head first…

The Newly Reinvented Main Street Overeasy

by Angie Ripple  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

Tucked away in the heart of Downtown Bozeman is Main Street Overeasy, an eatery known for amazing breakfasts for the past 20 years. At the beginning of 2018, new owners Nick Rogers and Michelle Dodge took the reigns of the restaurant from the…

Skunk Be Gone!

Montana Grant  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

Unwanted encounters between dogs and skunks are way too common. Sadly, most skunks in Montana, and other states are likely to be carrying rabies. It is essential that your dog have its rabies vaccination. Rabies can cause death. Horses can…

Top 10 Montana’s Most Haunted

by Sarah Cairoli  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

Bozeman Paranormal Society is a historical ghost investigation group composed of people who are very passionate about the paranormal. BPS investigates reports of paranormal activity using cameras and more technical equipment, like ghost boxes…

Doing Their Bit: Bozeman Women and WWI

by Rachel Phillips   |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

This fall marks the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War I. The Armistice was signed on November 11, 1918, bringing hope to millions that the misery and heartbreak of the Great War was nearly over. Though the United States was…

Put Your Stamp Of Approval On All Things Bozeman

by Angie Ripple  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

October 2018 marks our 4th annual Bozeman’s Choice Reader poll where we ask you to tell us what you like and don’t like about all things Bozeman. From your favorite places to eat, your favorite bands in the area, your favorite…

Symbolism in Bozeman’s Sunset Hills Cemetery

Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

As the leaves begin to change, the days shorten, and fall approaches, it is a perfect time to pay a visit to Sunset Hills Cemetery located at the south side of Lindley Park. The historic section of the cemetery is a perfect place to take a…

Is TheTruth Out There?

by Pat Hill  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

Some Paradise Valley residents have noticed a few quirks in the skies above the beautiful Paradise Valley this year. “I’d seen some odd lights over Hyalite while out walking the dogs in the mornings before, but didn’t really…

Bozeman Real Estate Report: October

by Tim Ford  |  Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

As cooler nights move into the valley, one can feel it; fall is in the air. Some welcome the change as they look towards hunting season and the return of MSU students. Others lament how fast the summer went. Fall is a great time of the year…