January 2022

The Intersection of Art and Science

How A Chance Meeting Between A Cancer Researcher And An Abstract Artist Led To An Unlikely Friendship And A Project To Help Children With Cancer

Angie Ripple

In 2011, Stella Blue Woods was a boisterous Bozeman preschooler with a bright future. Her father, Andy, was a self-employed tile setter and her mother, Andrea, was a stay-at-home mom when, at just four years old, their daughter was diagnosed with…

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January 2022

Big Sky Philanthropist Builds Cancer-Screening Impact Abroad

Dr. Patricia Gordon Works with Organization to Introduce Strategies for Screening Cervical Cancer in Impoverished Communities

Christopher Dyrland-Marquis

If you had the choice, would you participate in a health screening that could potentially save your life? Many probably would, and yet it may be shocking to learn that according to the World Health Organization, cervical cancer rests as the fourth…

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February 2020

Marcia 1924-2019

Elizabeth Anderson

As the New Year chaos has settled down and many emotions are cleared up, I’d like to take a moment to reminisce my grandmother’s life. A fiercely independent, determined, vibrant, continuously learning, and presently strong life lived…

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May 2019

Featured Bozemanite: Dr. Deborah McCauley

Global Wildlife Veterinarian & Bozeman Social Entrepreneur

Vandana Sood-Giddings

VIEW (Veterinary Initiative for Endangered Wildlife) is the ONLY wildlife conservation organization focused solely on addressing the health threats of endangered wildlife as part of a comprehensive strategy, and it is participating in Give Big…

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November 2018

The ‘Chunch’ Lady Gina Albini

Jerry Schuster

If you shop for groceries in Bozeman, you have probably seen Gina Albini in action. She is the volunteer head of the free student lunch ministry sponsored by Resurrection Catholic Parish in Bozeman. The home-style meal is served at midday on…

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October 2015

Talking Shop with Bozeman’s Mayor

Pat Hill

The mayor that Bozemanites elect this November won’t actually begin to serve their term in that capacity until 2017.Instead, the candidate voters send to the seat will serve the first two years of their four-year term as Deputy Mayor, a…

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May 2015

Interview: Jack Horner

Angie Ripple

AR: I grew up in St. Ignatius, Montana and I was wondering, what it was like growing up in Shelby?JH: That’s a good question. The wind blew hard. It was 60 miles to Glacier, so we went over there a lot.AR: Are there a lot of dinosaurs in…

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