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Need Child Care?

Tuesday Mar. 1

Announcing the New One-Stop Shop for Montana Child Care Seekers: Child Care Solutions Montana (a program of Family Connections), based in Great Falls, is running the Best Beginnings Child Care Referral Program, a new centralized program that…

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The Greening of Montana

Tuesday Mar. 1

A silent battle is taking place between the people and the government, as perhaps there always has been. This battle has taken the shape of embracing the changes that some believe they can control only through adaptation, and those who wish…

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Blackbird Kitchen

Tuesday Mar. 1

(Attention all restaurant owner wannabes: Go to the Blackbird Kitchen and take notes. They’ll show you how it’s done.) Many restaurants serve good food. Many delight the senses. Some are so welcoming that even lesser quality and taste is…

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Jessica Mongeon

Tuesday Mar. 1

Jessica Mongeon is a Master of Fine Arts candidate at MSU Bozeman, and moved to Bozeman in August of 2010. Her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree is from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND (graduated in 2008) and she grew up on a…

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The Little Theatre That Does: Equinox

Tuesday Mar. 1

Tucked back along Bozeman’s north edge off 7th Avenue is a little theatre with a big presence. Equinox Theatre began its illustrious career 16 years ago with co founders Soren Kisiel and Katie Goodman. Although there were other acting…

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Big Sky On-Mountain Dining: The Black Kettle

Monday Feb. 28

Big Sky skiers ripping the terrain of the Bowl on Lone Peak may feel they’re far from it all, but new this season, they’ll be closer than they think to delicious food served up at the Black Kettle. The new on-mountain dining option is…

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2010 Downtown Improvement Plan Annual Report

Saturday Feb. 26

The Downtown Bozeman Partnership has released the 2010 Downtown Improvement Plan Annual Report outlining the completed and ongoing projects that were recommended in the 2009 Downtown Improvement Plan. In 2009 the City Commission unanimously…

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MT Satellite launches Feb 24

Sunday Feb. 20

The first Montana satellite chosen to ride on a NASA space mission — a small research satellite that involved more than 125 Montana State University students over five years – is now set to launch Feb. 24. If all goes as planned,…

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NASA’s Signals and Noise, Oh Boy

Saturday Feb. 12

A NASA activity developed by Montana State University science educators for teachers is now available free online. The activity, “!,” relates to the NASA New Horizons mission to Pluto and helps students better understand how spacecraft…

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Call to Action: Restore MT Tobacco Use Prevention

Thursday Feb. 3

Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program Decimated by State Legislators $8.2 million of a $9 million dollar budget for the program was just slashed by the Health and Human Services Subcommittee. Senator Dave Lewis of Helena moved to eliminate…

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Class: Current Events & Global Issues

Monday Jan. 31

Montana State University offers two non-credit courses this spring that address current events and global issues. The courses are open to adults of all backgrounds. “Climate Science Explained: Understanding Current Issues on Climate…

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My Roots are in the Rocks

Monday Jan. 31

The September sun burned hot on my back. Muscles in my shoulders ached, as I rocked the gravel sifter back and forth. I felt primitive and exhausted, as I hunched over the trough of water, but for some reason I couldn’t help but smile. I…

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Meno-Minders A Q&A forum with a physician

Monday Jan. 31

Dr. Robert Lemley, ND, NMCP Naturopathic Doctor/NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner Q: I’m 51-year-old female. How much Vitamin D should I be taking? A: Let me tell the true story about a teacher I had. Early in the 70’s, this gentleman…

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