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October Cover Artist: Josh Maierle

Tuesday Oct. 1

Josh Maierle is a third generation Montanan living in Bozeman. Josh wonders if you can relate to how Montana gets under your skin, in a good way, in a way that never leaves once it’s there. This place, the colors, landscapes, wildlife…

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A House to Clean

Andrew Jefferis  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

Would you like to hear a ghost story? To begin, I should make it very clear that ghosts do not exist. Feel free to have your own opinions about this, but a human soul cannot be bound to the world after death. Demons, however, roam the world…

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Home Fall Prep

by Tim Ford  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

Summer seemed a little shorter this year than some others. However, the reprieve from smoke was welcomed in comparison to the past few summers. As our nights get cooler and we move into fall, it’s a great time of year to look around the…

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Bozeman’s Week of Horror

Tuesday Oct. 1

It was a somber winter Sunday in the burgeoning town of Bozeman. The date was February 2, 1873, and a small procession accompanied a tiny coffin along the muddy streets toward the graveyard on the hill.   If not for a crowd gathering…

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Aunt Dofe’s Hall of Recent Memory

by Keith Martinez  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

The Montana art community suffered a gigantic loss in 2016 when Dave Kirk passed away. Dave was an artist, a friend, and the owner and curator of Aunt Dofe’s Hall of Recent Memory, a beloved art gallery in Willow Creek, Montana.Aunt…

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Not Just a Collection of Curios

by Kelly Hartman  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

There are many wonderful stories to be told with items at the Gallatin History Museum. For years now, two items in particular have been on display in the old Jailer’s Office/Gallows Room: a wooden potato masher identified as a murder…

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Modern Sons: The Weird Years

Rachel Hergett   |  Tuesday Oct. 1

In the four years since the release of “Moon Raccoon,” Bozeman-based rock band, Modern Sons, has not been treading water. An experimental EP release, lineup turmoil, and simply being human in the modern age left room for a new…

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South 9th Bistro

by Kathleen Johns  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

In 2012, Hank Fargot bought the big yellow Victorian house near the corner of College and 9th Avenue. Built sometime toward the end of the 19th century, the structure had been a private home for many years and then became a restaurant known…

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What's Your Beef? Loud Pipes

Tuesday Oct. 1

So, tell me how is it that law enforcement can pick out a loud party, but they can’t pick out a loud motorcycle?  Several years ago, while on a family vacation in Glacier National Park, we hiked into the Granite Park Chalet. …

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September Cover Artist: Joel de Santiago

Sunday Sep. 1

Joel de Santiago’s passion for art started when depression knocked at his life's door. He tried to hide it for the longest time, but he knew that by doing so he was going to continue hurting himself and those around him, so he decided…

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Top 10 Fall Hikes Around Bozeman

Kate Springer  |  Sunday Sep. 1

Fall is one of the best times to hike in Bozeman because the tourists have left, making the trails less crowded. The colors as the leaves begin to change are beautiful to see.  Here are ten of the best fall hikes in and around…

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Dan Lourie: A Pillar of Conscience

Sunday Sep. 1

Dan Lourie is a powerhouse, leading by example to challenge members of the Bozeman community and beyond to engage in civil discourse, to show up in support of their values, and to insist on justice day after day.  - Ariel Donohue Born…

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Momming In The 406

Andrew Jefferis  |  Sunday Sep. 1

Recovering from a number of mid-summer thunderstorms and profusion of rain, Bozeman suburbia was greener than ever. I step inside, in complete awe of the family photos printed on canvas lining the foyer. After a brief hug and some mandatory…

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Galloping in the Gallatin

Sunday Sep. 1

Gallatin County first organized horse races in the 1870s. In November 1871, the Bozeman Avant-Courier announced four days of racing. By 1878, the Eastern Montana Agricultural and Mechanical Association purchased land, possibly the site of the…

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