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Recreation

Yellowstone Fish Tales

Fish have always been abundant in Yellowstone Park. The watersheds have been healthy and perfect habitats for trout. Yellowstone Lake alone is 136 square miles of trout habitat. The average depth is 139 feet and as deep as 390 feet.…

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Get the Most Out of Your Fly Shop Experience

Fly shops can seem like a secret society, one that to the outsider is largely mysterious and a little intimidating. Men who have dedicated their lives to the gentle sport of fly fishing sit behind the counter tying flies, pouring over maps or…

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What's You Beef? Smash & Grabs at Trail-Heads

Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity. --John Muir It is counterintuitive of the soul present in the mountains to have anyone…

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Artist Bio

July Cover Artist: Lola Murals

Lorin Pope and Lani McKay joined forces in 2017 to create Lola Murals, customized art for large scale surfaces. Visual artists inspired by nature, their collaborative work can be found in multiple states. Having first seen Lani’s…

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Dining

Blackbird

A guy named Josh from Tucson opens a restaurant, hires a waitress named Shannon, they fall in love, get married, move to Paris, she studies baking and tells him stories of a little town in Montana where she used to live, he doesn’t want…

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Living Local

What's You Beef? Smash & Grabs at Trail-Heads

Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity. --John Muir It is counterintuitive of the soul present in the mountains to have anyone…

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Music
Real Estate

Bozeman Real Estate Report: July

Inventory shortage continues to be the reccurring theme in the Bozeman real estate market. The months’ supply of homes is currently at an all-time low of 2.5 months. The demand from buyers remains strong, but the number of new listings…

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Featured Bozemanite
Historic Bozeman

Small Town Big Event

Bozeman’s Boxing Brawl 1960 National Boxing Association Middleweight Championship

On April 20, 1960, Bozeman Montana made national news when a young MSU Fieldhouse hosted what would later make headlines around the world when the National Boxing Association Middleweight Championship title match between Champion Gene Fullmer…

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Yellowstone Fish Tales

Fish have always been abundant in Yellowstone Park. The watersheds have been healthy and perfect habitats for trout. Yellowstone Lake alone is 136 square miles of trout habitat. The average depth is 139 feet and as deep as 390 feet.…

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Regional Writings

Trail Mix: Wit & Wisdom from the Outdoors

Trail Mix: Wit & Wisdom from the Outdoors is a collection of quotes, prose and short essays designed to provide inspiration to those who are passionate about adventuring in the great outdoors — in the woods, the mountains, and on…

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Screen & Stage
What's Your Beef?

What's You Beef? Smash & Grabs at Trail-Heads

Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity. --John Muir It is counterintuitive of the soul present in the mountains to have anyone…

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Top 10 List

Top 10 Ways to Spot a Tourist in Montana

There are a lot of tourists floating around Montana these days, especially this time of year. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether that person sporting cowboy boots is a true Montanan or just fresh off the plane. Here’s how you…

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