VP Uses Big Sky Resort as Basecamp to YNP

Tue. Jul. 27th, 2010

Photo: Kevin Daily For the second summer in a row, Big Sky Resort received a phone call from the White House for a place to stay and play while visiting Yellowstone National Park.   Vice President Joe Biden and his family stayed at the Summit…

Preparing for the Ride

Tue. Jul. 6th, 2010

Brian Menkhaus The trails are finally drying up, beckoning riders to set out upon another season of muscle-straining, shin-smashing, dirt-eating thrills. The self-imposed pains are a small price to pay for the joys and adventures found on two wheels…

Dealing With Hair Loss During Cancer

Tue. Jul. 6th, 2010

Becky Franks, Executive Director When people get diagnosed with cancer, they are thrown into a world of fear, anxiety, worry and the unknown. There are treatment decisions to be made that will hopefully make the cancer go away with limited side…

Opinion: No, actual care

Tue. Jul. 6th, 2010

Rachel Weaver All the talk recently of health care reform has got me thinking. There’s that old saying, repeated when matters look grim, “Well, at least you have your health!” And the afflicted nods grimly, knowing that complaining to this…

Good Grief

Tue. Jul. 6th, 2010

Do you believe we can adjust our attitudes to live our lives in a natural, healthy way? If you answered yes, or are merely intrigued with the idea, let’s consider one crucial element that always seems to get shortchanged in our attitude…

Home Page Cafe All Set For Tea

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Carolyn Hopper The table before us is laden with all that my friend and I could ask for a proper and delightful Afternoon Tea. Soft music is playing. The room around us is filled with art from Africa. The walls are painted in warm colors. A parfait…

Bozeman Boulder Initiative

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Julia Daigle Still skirted with snow capped mountains, Bozeman has begun to stretch its limbs, with spring deciding to don its bashful head. Locals have learned to tiptoe that fine line between winter and spring, with both seasons playing an…

Roughstock Whiskey: Rough Road Great Product

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Mike Comstock Recently I had the opportunity to go on a tour and meet the owners of the new Roughstock Whiskey distillery in Bozeman, husband  and wife Bryan and Keri Schultz. It was a very educational experience, and our group helped bottle 20…

MSU Garden: Planting For The Future

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Carolyn Hopper Imagine opening a rusty gate in a brick wall and entering a garden you remember from long ago. The sight before your eyes is of a place once special, now neglected. The sundial that measured happy hours is missing, lights broken…

Be Sun Safe & Sun Smart!

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Amy Fremier, MS CHES – Health Program Coordinator, Gallatin City-County Health Department, Partner of Cancer Support Community As you’re participating in outdoor activities, don’t forget your sun protection! According to the American Cancer…

Bryce Kawasaki Forge

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

By Hoof Alone Horses…They are magical beings many of us admire from afar and some of us are fortunate to have close by. Some of us are even more lucky to have horse partners, either on our property, or tucked away safely at a horse facility. The…

Hey Bikers: Don’t forget you ARE Traffic

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Brian Menkhaus You have a bike? Good for you. Now learn to ride it. What I don’t mean is screaming around corners, hopping between lanes and blowing away all traffic laws with a flip of your fingerless-gloved hand. You ARE traffic. You actually DO…

Inside Starky’s Authentic Americana

Tue. Jun. 1st, 2010

Many Mondays when he is not in Starky’s Authentic Americana, General Manager Danny Hicks will sleep in until noon, and wake up with a warm cup of French Press Coffee clutched in his hands, as he sleepily rises from gritty layers of slumber in…

Student Stress: “Take it Seriously”

Mon. May. 3rd, 2010

Ben Westesen A 1999 survey of high-achieving high school students found that almost a quarter of them had considered killing themselves, and 42 percent knew someone their age who had attempted suicide. Beyond general depression, the second most…

Aged To Perfection

Sat. May. 1st, 2010

Robert Worobec Most of us spend little time wondering how old we’ll get to be someday. It’s enough just keeping up with our daily routines. Yet aging is a very real part of our lives and one that deserves some attention if we expect the most from…

Bike Month: It’s Time to Fix it Up

Sat. May. 1st, 2010

Brian Menkhaus It’s that time again. Winter has released its icy grip and allowed the sun to once again warm our faces, lure us outside, and tease us with weather perfect for biking. And, as always, it pukes another twelve inches after all the…

Irving Elementary: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Sat. May. 1st, 2010

Susan Floerchinger With garlic, spinach and winter wheat all in raised beds at Eighth and Alderson, Irving Elementary is somewhat reminiscent of the first recorded school garden in the United States; Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1891. During the first two…

The Sola Café Experience

Sat. May. 1st, 2010

Tanda Cook, ND After spending the past four years in Portland Oregon, coffee capital of America, and then recently moving to Bozeman, I was anxious to find a place to grab a warm cup of Joe. Sola Café, located on the corner of South 3rd and Kagy has…

Connect the Dots

Thu. Apr. 1st, 2010

Robert Worobec I wonder who first created those wonderful puzzles in children’s coloring books? You know the ones.  By drawing a continuous line between numbered dots, a picture appears from the completed connection. I remember as a child the…

Before There Was “Green” There Was Blue

Thu. Apr. 1st, 2010

Carolyn Hopper What’s that swimming in your soup? Shark fins? Is the next course orange roughy? Bluefin tuna sushi? And how, one might ask, is the orange roughy and the shark’s fin the ocean and the ocean us? It’s all about hydrogen bonds, or…