September 2021

Top 10 Acts of Montana Hospitality

Christopher Dyrland-Marquis

Big Sky Country is a unique land of rugged scenes, but its people are even more inspiring! Small town attitudes across the state (and maybe all that cold weather) generate special kinships between residents, facilitating kind practices that Montanans…

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September 2021

What's Your Beef? Tell It Time

My 2 cents in regards to vaccinate or not to vaccinate...might get kinda long...I work two jobs. I work two very ridiculously American jobs. By day I manage a summer grazing operation. I am a ranch manager and a working cowboy. No shit. Doesn’t…

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September 2021

Chasing Fins at Hyalite Canyon

Christopher Dyrland-Marquis, photos by Brian Ripple

In the early morning light that grew on Hyalite Reservoir, a soft breeze rippled above its low waves and settled—slowly intertwining around the evergreens that peppered the water’s edge. I felt the green, Old Town canoe that I relaxed in…

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September 2021

The Bridger Foothills Fire One Year Later

Steve McGann, photos by Angie Ripple

On the afternoon of September 4th, 2020 I was on a bike ride south of Bozeman. Turning north I gazed up at the Bridgers as always. There was a puff of smoke above the M. Intrigued, I rode to town keeping an eye on the smoke. Back home I checked the…

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September 2021

Belgrade Real Estate Market Report

Tim Ford

Generally, this column focuses on Bozeman’s real estate market. However, Belgrade is a large part of the Gallatin Valley and the homes there play a massive rule in providing housing for our greater community. This month, we’ll take a look…

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August 2021

Joseph Lindley and His Park

Rachel Phillips

These days, when one thinks of the Sweet Pea Festival, Lindley Park usually comes to mind. While the celebration is itself a Bozeman icon, so too is the popular city park that has been the Sweet Pea Festival’s home for the last 43 years. The…

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August 2021

Reroute to Pilgrim for Kids Cycling

Kat Forester

Looking for something fun to do with your kids this summer in Bozeman? Now through August 13, Pilgrim Church [2118 S 3rd Ave, Bozeman] is hosting a race track for kids and families to bike, trike and skate on. The church has converted a portion of…

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