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Lights In The Night

by Kris Drummond  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

The first thing I learned after seeing a UFO is that life is stranger than I can imagine. The second is that nobody wants to talk about UFOs.Socially, it’s a subject on-par with the Illuminati, flat-earth theory, Tower 7, and Atlantis…

Montana History with a Modern Twist

Clubfoot George

by Pat Hill  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

Clubfoot George met his fate at the end of a Vigilante Association’s hangman’s noose in Virginia City over 150 years ago, and last June, nearly 50 members of his family gathered in that old Montana mining town to remember their…

Life in Bear Canyon: Logs, Dancing & Steam Engines

by Rachel Phillips   |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

Today, Bear Canyon is generally quiet and peaceful. A dirt road gently winds up the canyon, passing homes, outbuildings, and barns. New World Gulch Trail begins where the road ends, leading adventurous hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers…

B3 Fits Right Into The Bozeman Food Scene

Backcountry Burger Bar

Matt VanSchenkhof  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

A place named Backcountry Burger Bar probably doesn’t conjure up mental images full of Bozeman’s history or all things Montana. Maybe it is not supposed to, but local history surrounds the restaurant in downtown Bozeman, and its…

How Tough is Tough?

by Phil Cameron  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

We live in a world that loves to portray toughness. It is an American characteristic that is celebrated by all and portrayed by our pastimes of sports, our hard-working executives, and our military! But how tough is tough, and how do we learn…

The Winter Storage Blues

by Jerry Schuster  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

Coming down Hyalite Canyon Road from a fun day of hiking around the reservoir in late afternoon, Theresa and I noticed something quite interesting about the vehicles returning to Bozeman after their occupants’ day of fun in the sun. You…

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone in October

by Angie Ripple  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

The West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is open until November 5; making plans now to visit during one of the most scenic times of year is a great idea. Not only is the foliage ablaze in color, the bull elk are bugling, bison are…

Tapping In with Soul Anatomy

formerly Dying Breed

Brittany Sneed  |  Mon. Oct. 2nd, 2017

Some years back, I didn’t know that a lonely late night post would bring in to my life one of the most profound relationships I have ever experienced. Not looking to spend another night alone in silence, I simply Facebook’d…