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…

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February 2020

Bozeman Bring Your Own Bags

Abby Hernandez

Montana is affectionately known as the “Last Best Place,” and Valley of the Flowers Project is working to keep it that way. I’m sure most of you know the concept of BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer), but Valley of the Flowers…

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February 2020

Year End Market Report 2019

by Tim Ford

In 2019, 996 single-family homes sold in the areas both inside and outside of Bozeman’s city limits at a median sold price of $495,250. This is compared to 1,020 homes sold in 2018 at a median sold price of $456,375. This represents an…

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February 2020

Gallatin History Timeline

by Rachel Phillips

Gallatin County is a unique place. Throughout our history, environmental and geographical attributes intersected and interacted with the people who lived here, creating new ideas and opportunities. This timeline showcases some of the…

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February 2020

Intermountain Opera: Kiss Me Kate

Kevin Brustuen

Anyone who grew up in the 1960s-70s likely remembers the famous stormy relationship of Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. These internationally famous Hollywood stars argued and fought with each other in public and private, yet loved each other…

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February 2020

The Story of Plastic

Thursday, Feb 20th, 6pm The Emerson Cultural Center

On Thursday, February 20th, at 7pm at the Emerson Center, The Bozeman Doc Series and Valley of the Flowers Project present the critically acclaimed new documentary The Story of Plastic. The screening will be preceded at 6:00pm by a…

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