October 2022

Ghosts Walk in Virginia City

It’s October, which means the fall decorations have made an appearance, most of them dealing with the Halloween theme. Halloween now ranks second, just behind Christmas, for the amount of money spent on decorations and other paraphernalia for…

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October 2022

Paranormal Bozeman

Angie Ripple

Walking with spirits is something Elies Adams has been aware of since she was just seven years old, when she lived in Fort Benning, Georgia. After school one day, she went home with her friend Rebecca, and the washing machine turned on by itself…

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October 2022

Get Ready For Bozeman's Choice

Angie Ripple

Each October since 2014, we’ve asked our readers and the greater Bozeman community to vote in the Bozeman’s Choice Reader’s Poll. We have reached October 2022, and we get to ask you to vote again, and as you put your stamp of…

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October 2022

Fall Real Estate Happenings

Tim Ford

The Gallatin Valley managed to escape most of the summer season without a lot of smoke, but we’ve had some roll through as we approach fall. Overall, though, it was a great summer. As the season starts to change, it’s a good time to…

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September 2022

Forest Bathing: A Dose of Nature

Kelly Nicholson

I woke up this morning in a shady, creekside campground south of Red Lodge, and finally realized why I’ve been feeling down the last few weeks: I’ve been spending too much time inside. The summer heat has made me lethargic; my packed…

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September 2022

Taking Care of the Place We Love

As Bozeman’s population / visitation has grown exponentially over the last decade, it has become clear that we need to take some steps to preserve the things that make Bozeman a unique community and a pristine recreational destination. While we…

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