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May Cover Artist: Shari Chandler

Monday May. 1

Bozeman artist Shari Chandler captures a peaceful stillness with her work; from her vast landscapes to the quieter botanical studies and whimsical bovines, she paints scenes that seem to go beyond a basic representation, taking viewers into a quiet…

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Mud Season & How to Stay Outside Kind

Angie Ripple  |   Monday May. 1

I’m sure I’m not alone in yearning for green grass under my feet and longer, warmer days that will allow us to enjoy the outdoor splendor we call home in Bozeman. It has been a terribly long winter, followed by the shoulder season of…

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What's Your Beef?: Naming a Familiar Peak

Monday May. 1

Many locals are familiar with this view. After traversing 4 miles and ascending almost 4000’ from the College ‘M’ trailhead, hikers and runners reach this final ascent to the summit of… an unnamed bald peak at the southern…

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Bozeman Condo & Townhome Sales

Tim Ford  |   Monday May. 1

What a wild winter it’s been. For those who enjoy the snow, it was a phenomenal year. As I write this, grass is starting to appear from under the snowbanks and spring is trying to come to the valley. The real estate market continues to evolve…

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Feast Raw Bar & Bistro

Taylor Owens  |   Monday May. 1

Feast Raw Bar & Bistro on West Kagy in Bozeman is serving up seafood dishes, unique entrees, and delicious appetizers in an aesthetically pleasing environment. Seafood is hard to come by in Bozeman, but Feast is here to fill the need with dishes…

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Bozeman’s Burlesque Takeover

Kathleen Johns  |   Monday May. 1

The dramatically lit keyhole on stage peeks out amidst flowing velvet drapes, giving off an air of mystery, of excitement. Elegant cocktail tables dot the room as neatly attired servers table hop, taking food and drink orders, filling water glasses…

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American Aquarium Armory Ballroom

Monday May. 1

The Armory Music Hall, in cooperation with Deco Music Group, is proud to Present American Aquarium on May 6th!Anywhere off Hatteras Island, Chicamacomico sounds made up, like some wine-drunk incantation or maybe a tongue twister—try to say it…

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Gravel Bar Presents Vigilante Fest 2023

Monday May. 1

Gravel Bar is pleased to announce the second annual Vigilante Music Festival in Virginia City, MT. Taking place on June 10th in the beautiful setting of Discovery-Ellingsen Park, the festival is an all ages, day long celebration of regional Montana…

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MSU Bozeman The Early Days

Lesley Gilmore  |   Monday May. 1

Montana State University is an integral part of Bozeman. Our largest employer, it’s our claim to fame (think NASA and robotics research), and a source of pride with regard to sports, academics, diversity, and alternative energy, among other…

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Barbed Wire’s Impact On The History Of The West

Monday May. 1

It  was a crisp late October morning, many decades ago, as I followed a faint deer trail blanketed with smoky gold cottonwood leaves in a remote part of southeastern Montana bordering the Powder River. Further up the trail, I encountered a…

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Vets Continue Making Memories

Rick Gale  |   Monday May. 1

As we celebrate Memorial Day this month, remembering military personnel who have died while serving in the United States armed forces, let’s also acknowledge those who are still serving their country in communities throughout Southwest Montana…

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Opposite of Litter Bug

Angie Ripple  |   Saturday Apr. 1

I am definitely the opposite of a litter bug. I’m not exactly sure where it came from, but I realize that my formative years on an Indian Reservation instilled values in me that many communities don’t foster as strongly. We didn’t…

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April Cover Artist: Jake Mosher

Saturday Apr. 1

Jake Mosher, an international, award-winning photographer from Bozeman, believes that the view from the other side of the mountain is always worthwhile, and that time spent in the wilderness is added onto his life.“In extraordinary country…

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Joint Task Force Created to Address Criminal Justice Crisis

Gallatin County Attorney Discovers Boxes of Unprosecuted Violent Sexual Crime Files in a Closet

Saturday Apr. 1

The Gallatin County Attorney’s Office is responsible for reviewing investigations submitted by law enforcement agencies, which are called “Request for Prosecutions” or RFPs. When an RFP is submitted to the County Attorney’s…

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Avoiding Rental Scams

Tim Ford  |   Saturday Apr. 1

There is no shortage of scams out there these days. The scammers have discovered Real Estate and, unfortunately, they’ve had some success. There are two main Real Estate scams the public should be aware of to protect themselves.The first big…

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