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Norris Hot Springs-Water of the Gods

Thursday Apr. 1

As a self-proclaimed hot springs enthusiast, I find the variety and abundance of natural hot springs littered about the Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties divine. Nothing compliments a long day of hiking, biking or skiing like a soothing soak in the…

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Three Reasons for Made in America

Thursday Apr. 1

August Uhl The number of jobs tied to manufacturing in America has declined steadily for decades and now stands at about 10%. Nowadays we hear that America has a service economy or that we are a nation of consumers. Honestly being defined as a nation…

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Local Education to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle

Thursday Apr. 1

Susan Floerchinger Gallatin Valley Farm-to-School program will be offering two free, half-day workshops for a total of eight renewal credits when completing both Elementary Educator’s Workshops on April 9. Starting at 8 am, educators will gather at…

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Soby’s

Thursday Apr. 1

Samantha Fleming In Bozeman, it is always good to know where the old standbys are. By saying standby, I am referring to those restaurants that have been around for ages that will never be “gourmet,” never re-invent their menu, and never modernize…

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Camping List

Friday Feb. 26

BOZEMAN CAMPING Battle Ridge Campground 22 miles NE of Bozeman on MT 86 Fairy Lake Campground 22 miles N of Bozeman on MT 86, 5 miles W on Fairy Lake Rd Greycliff Campground 23 miles W of Bozeman on MT 86, 6 miles N on Madison River Rd Hyalite Canyon…

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Ski Area List

Friday Feb. 26

Bear Paw Ski Bowl Rudyard, MT • (406) 265-8404 www.skibearpaw.com xmas-Apr Weekends 10am-4pm Big Sky Resort Big Sky, MT • (406) 995-5900 www.bigskyresort.com Thanksgiving – April 2010 Open Daily 9am-4pm Blacktail Ski Area Lakeside, MT •…

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Lodging List

Friday Feb. 26

AmericInn 1121 Reeves Rd            522-8686 Best Western GranTree Inn I-90 & N 7th Ave            587-5261 Best Value Inn 817 Wheat Dr            585-7888 Blue Sky Motel 1010 E Main St          …

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Saying ‘Dead’ won’t Kill You

Thursday Feb. 25

Zoe Hicks When I was very young, one of my dearest friends committed suicide. For the longest time, I could not say the word “dead.” I would use words like gone or passed away. When I was eventually willing to admit to myself that he killed…

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Cancer Support Community

Thursday Feb. 25

Becky Franks The Wellness Community has been in the Gallatin Valley for many years as we provide services for people affected by cancer. Our services include support groups, education, yoga, Qi Gong, art therapy and other events. All of our services…

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Pinky And The Floyd

Thursday Feb. 25

Kelsey Usher One of the regions most entertaining shows, Pinky and the Floyd is a collaborative effort of Bozeman musicians to share and pay homage to the music of one of the most well known rock bands in history. They have spent arduous hours…

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Suki Desu (I like) Watanabe!!

Thursday Feb. 25

Samantha Fleming There is something to be said about those quiet, under the radar type of restaurants. The kind of places that pride themselves upon personal interaction with customers, and providing delicious, fresh food. These are my favorite…

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Cabin Fee Act of 2010

Thursday Feb. 25

When driving up the Gallatin Canyon, one can’t help but notice the nicely appointed homes and luxury estates which dot the banks of the pristine Gallatin river. Among those properties are a few humble cabins, which were built on leased Forest…

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Local Living

Tuesday Feb. 16

MSU’s Department of Film and Photography Stages Eric Bogosian’s ferocious play “subUrbia” The MSU School of Film and Photography presents the scathingly funny play “SubUrbia,” written by Eric Bogosian and directed by Professor Tom Watson…

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Local Living

Tuesday Feb. 16

On Golden Pond – February 5th thru the 21st at the Ellen Most of us are familiar with the movie starring Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn, but in 1979 this charming story was first on stage. Over the years many have tackled the roles of Norman…

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Wellness

Tuesday Feb. 16

Creating Spaces in Your Togetherness A new way of thinking about relationships that can make all the difference Patricia Spadaro Relationships, like most things in life, are paradoxical. Even in the closest of connections, where mutual support should…

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Wellness

Tuesday Feb. 16

Sowing the Seeds of Love Rebecca Musy February is a month when many of us have love on our minds (and I’m not talking about what happens after your date on Valentine’s night!) As we think about whether we’re going to go on a date or not, what…

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Wellness

Tuesday Feb. 16

Life…despite pain Ashley Olsen, Program Director The Wellness Community-Montana About one-third of the nation’s cancer patients suffer from significant pain (American Cancer Society, 2010) and The Wellness Community continues to see large numbers…

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Politics

Tuesday Feb. 16

Bozeman’s new Fiscal Sustainability Initiative Mike Comstock The new Bozeman City Commission was sworn in at the beginning of January. Since that time, council member Eric Bryson resigned to pursue a job offer in Helena. The remaining council has…

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Recreation

Tuesday Feb. 16

Valentine’s Day? What Valentine’s Day….. Hallie Zolynski For many couples Valentines Day is a holiday where if you don’t either give or receive something you’re in the dog house. For single people it is a day to either be sad about or to…

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Real Estate

Tuesday Feb. 16

Purchasing Foreclosed Properties Tim Ford The current Real Estate Market has seen the number of foreclosure properties increase.  While Montana has not been hit as hard as many states like Florida, Nevada, and California, there are homes that are…

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