A DREAM Come True: March is National Down Syndrome Month

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

In many ways Hayes is a typical three year old boy. He loves to dance, play ball and chase his older brother around the house. Hayes also has Down syndrome. Like many children born with Down syndrome, Hayes has had several medical complications. He…

Downtown Bozeman Business Internet Usage

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Eighty-two private businesses were surveyed in downtown Bozeman in January 2011. Most companies in the survey sample are retailers selling durable goods. The purpose of the survey is to review current internet usage by private business in the area…

From BHS to the ONION

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Sitting at a desk at the nation’s premier satirical newspaper three years out of Bozeman high school would be surprising for most people. But for Samantha Booth, BHS graduate, class of 2008, it’s her daily reality for the next three months…

A Metaphysical Moment with Pilates Instructor Liz Ann Kudrna

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Liz Ann Kudrna has just returned from a X-Country skiing workshop. Her tousled short hair portrays a carefree ease while her intense eyes, almost in conflict to that carefree ease, hold an eager fire. “The workshop I went to made me want to…

Snow White and the 7 Hormonal Dwarves

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Meno-Minders A Q&A forum with physician Dr. Robert Lemley ND, NCMP Naturopathic Doctor, NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner Question:  Dr. Lemley, how do I know if I am in peri-menopause or menopause? And, what about my husband? Snow White and…

Fitness For Life

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Fitness is a word synonymous with health, strength, and vigor. Often when we hear the word fitness, we associate it with the phrase “being physically fit” in terms of our physical/cardiovascular/respiratory system; which is said to be achieved…

EDUCATE REGULATE MEDICATE

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Cannabis has been a medicine since at least 2800BCE. It was regarded as a patented medicine used in numerous tinctures and extracts in the 1800s and early 1900s. It was listed in America’s Pharmacopeia until the 1940s when Harry Anslinger pushed a…

Music Together: Share in the Power of Music

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

If you are the parent, grandparent, or caregiver of a child or children ages 6 or under and are looking for a fun way to interact and learn with him or her, Music Together might be exactly what you have been looking for. You don’t need to know…

Need Child Care?

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

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 helps…

The Greening of Montana

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

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 to keep…

Blackbird Kitchen

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

(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…

6 Steps to Double the Effectiveness of Your Yellow Pages Ad

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Question: I’m embarrassed to say it, but I spend over $1000 a month advertising my business in the Yellow Pages. I really don’t know if it’s worth it or not for me to continue down this road. With the popularity of the internet and the number…

How to Keep Good Employees in Your Small Business

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

This has to be one of the oldest quandaries in the history of business. However, I think it’s the wrong question to ask. The question I would ask is, “How can I create a work environment that employees will never want to leave?” The…

Jessica Mongeon

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

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 family farm…

The Little Theatre That Does: Equinox

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

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 troupes…

Big Sky On-Mountain Dining: The Black Kettle

Mon. Feb. 28th, 2011

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 located…

Bozeman School District Hall of Honor – Nominations now open

Sat. Feb. 26th, 2011

The Bozeman High School Alumni Association is now accepting nominations for the Bozeman School District “Hall of Honor.” The Hall of Honor program recognized those whose accomplishments and contributions to the Bozeman School District…

2010 Downtown Improvement Plan Annual Report

Sat. Feb. 26th, 2011

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 adopted…

“Blesseds” Oil Paintings Exhibit by Noah Massey

Sun. Feb. 20th, 2011

“Blesseds” Oil Paintings Exhibit by Noah Massey March 1 – June 10 Emerson’s Weaver Room The Emerson presents a solo exhibit of oil paintings entitled “Blesseds” by Bozeman artist Noah Massey. Her Weaver Room exhibit opens on March 1 with…