October 2016

Historic Preservation in Bozeman?

Julia Strehlau-Jacobs

There are many fascinations with travelling abroad, including various languages, cultures, culinary food, and diverse architecture. Often times the architecture distinguishes a location through its old age. When thinking of Europe, the first…

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October 2016

Legendary Locals of Bozeman: Spooky Tales

Rachel Phillips 

From its inception as a supply town during Montana’s gold rush in the 1860s, Bozeman has attracted visionaries, leaders, and pioneering thinkers. Now one of Montana’s fastest growing cities, Bozeman still retains elements of the past…

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October 2016

The Demon Douglass and the War Widow

Angie Ripple

In 1965, after years of AMC Sullivan Photo Company employees working around, and stumbling over, a bump in the basement floor of their business at 115 E Main St in Downtown Bozeman, they removed the protruding stone. When the stone was turned over…

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August 2016

German Time Traveler

Merging Past & Present pt.2

Julia Strehlau-Jacobs

We all know the expression “to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes”. While it can mean to question someone being judgmental, it can also refer to actually experiencing what someone else has experienced. Now, Otto Dahl’s shoes…

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August 2016

Legendary Locals of Bozeman’s Past

Rachel Phillips 

From its inception as a supply town during Montana’s gold rush in the 1860s, Bozeman has attracted visionaries, leaders, and pioneering thinkers. Now one of Montana’s fastest growing cities, Bozeman still retains elements of the past…

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July 2016

German Time Traveler

An Adventure Through Time

Julia Strehlau-Jacobs

Do you sometimes think back to the times when Grandparents had the most interesting stories to tell, or even the boring ones? Stories that usually start with… ‘When I was your age’ or ‘back in the day’? Those anecdotes…

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