July 2020

Safe, Free & Equal Bozeman

by Angie Ripple

I have seen many business statements regarding the racial inequality debate the nation was thrust into after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Many companies rushed to extend messages of solidarity, and I wanted to do the same, not…

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June 2020

Hope is Greater Than Change

by Angie Ripple

Have you seen the list on Facebook where you put down all the things you like that barely anyone else likes or vice versa? As an example, friend C. dislikes the Harry Potter series, but feels like everyone else loves it. Well, I’m about…

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May 2020

Living in Strange Times

by Angie Ripple

We are living in strange times. The key word in that sentence is living, which is what my note is all about this month. Bozeman Magazine celebrates life in Bozeman, Montana, we tell the story of Bozeman, past and present, and we feature local…

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March 2020

Editors Note: Spring in Bozeman

by Angie Ripple

Spring in Bozeman is likely still at least a month away, but that doesn’t stop Bozemanites from enjoying Spring Break! Some of you already have plans to head to Yellowstone International Airport to fly away to a more tropical location,…

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January 2020

2020 - We Made It

by Angie Ripple

Do you remember December 31, 1999? The news was a buzz ahead of NYE about prepping for the end of the world, being sure your survival kit was ready, watching to see if your computer would reboot on Jan 1, and hey, in the blink of an eye here…

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December 2019

Gift Local Experiences

by Angie Ripple

Sometimes things don’t work out. And it’s okay. I thought I had a great idea to include a Give Experiences and Good Gift Guide in this issue of Bozeman Magazine. The intention was good; it was the execution that fell flat. When…

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November 2019

150th Issue

by Angie Ripple

Welcome to the November 2019 issue of Bozeman Magazine, our 150th issue! Each month when I take the time to write an editor’s note, I try to impart something of value and encourage readers to explore the pages of the magazine with…

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September 2019

Dream Out Loud

by Angie Ripple

I remember my first September in Bozeman. It was a long time ago, more years than incoming MSU Freshman are old. I moved to Bozeman to attend MSU. I started with an undecided major and finished with a degree in Art and a lot of great…

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June 2019

CHANGE IS GOOD

by Angie Ripple

Thank you for picking up the 145th monthly edition of Bozeman Magazine, this month marks the beginning of our 13th year of publishing and bringing the Bozeman community a little closer with locally contributed editorial and the Greater…

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