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August Cover Artist: Rod Benson

Saturday Aug. 1

Rod Benson was born and raised on the Montana Hi-Line. He taught high school science for 37 years, serving as an Earth Science teacher at Helena High from 1994-2019. After a brief retirement, Rod started teaching again at Hays-Lodge Pole High…

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Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Saturday Aug. 1

The first 6 months of 2020 are behind us, and what a crazy 6 months it has been. Sitting at the halfway point, I thought it appropriate to look back and see how the local real estate market has fared over these tumultuous months.  A…

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Local Artist Brown Bags It

Saturday Aug. 1

During stay-at-home times, many of us found restaurant take-out bags piling up in our “reuse-it-someday” supplies. One Bozeman local, illustrator Marla Goodman, has plenty of ideas for what to do with all that brown paper. While…

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Tiny Libraries

Seth Ward  |  Saturday Aug. 1

Earlier this year, when stay-at-home became a way of life, many of us found ourselves with excess time on our hands. This kind of mandated free time, not unlike the kind imposed by winter storms, is nothing new to Montanans. It is a…

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Waterfall Hikes Near Bozeman

Kate Springer  |  Saturday Aug. 1

Hiking around Bozeman is always a beautiful experience, but ending at a waterfall adds a little something extra. It gives you a goal as you are putting miles on the trail, and if you are hiking with kids, it is excellent motivation to get…

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The Bozeman Bouldering Circuit

Kat Forester  |  Saturday Aug. 1

If it’s a nice day in Bozeman, Montana, and you’re on a bike ride around town or you want to do some rock climbing, you might want to make a stop on the Bozeman Bouldering Circuit. The Bozeman Bouldering Circuit is a route around…

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Two Yellow Lines Debuts at BZN 2020

by Cynthia Logan  |  Saturday Aug. 1

Actor / Producer Zac Titus’ Two Yellow Lines is one of the highlighted films set to screen at the Third Annual BZN International Film Festival, which will be held both as a live event in Bozeman August 27-30 and online August 27 –…

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Shine Beer Sanctuary + Bottle Shop

by Angie Ripple  |  Saturday Aug. 1

What used to be an old gas station at the corner of Main and Church Streets in downtown Bozeman is now a sanctuary and one-stop shop for those who love beer and some of Bozeman’s best comfort food. Shine Beer Sanctuary + Bottle Shop…

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Bozeman Strong with Mayor Chris Mehl

by Angie Ripple  |  Saturday Aug. 1

In January of this year, Bozeman heralded a new mayor, Chris Mehl, but if you are a regular citizen of Bozeman (like me), you very well may have missed the pomp and circumstance of the induction. Ok, there wasn’t a parade or anything to…

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Hospital Birth & Women’s Rights

Saturday Aug. 1

From the beginning of humankind, women have supported other women as they birthed their babies. These support persons are known as “doulas.” Doulas are welcomed into homes, birth centers, and hospitals alongside a laboring woman…

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What's Your Beef? Killer Impact

by Phil Knight  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

In the 1997 movie thriller Asteroid, an extinction-level impact is predicted as an asteroid is aimed at Earth by a passing comet.  Three aircraft with lasers are scrambled and succeed in breaking up the asteroid though smaller fragments…

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Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Wednesday Jul. 1

The Coronavirus slowed the Bozeman housing market down for a few weeks, but it has come roaring back. The market is extremely busy again, and we’re back to seeing many properties receiving multiple offers. In these situations, buyers…

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