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Recreation

Sharing the Woods with Bears

Summer is upon us, and for lots of residents and visitors to the Greater Yellowstone Area that means hiking, trail running, camping, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, and many other great outdoor activities. Enjoying these…

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The Nocturnal Stone Hatch

The Nocturnal Stone also known as the Midnight Stone or “Mr. Midnight,” is one of the lesser known stonefly hatches we see on the water around Southwest Montana. Nocturnal’s will hatch on most freestone rivers in Southwest…

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Artist Bio

August Cover Artist: Krogstad Photography

Krogstad Photography is a business borne as a creative outlet for Bozeman Native Jeff Krogstad, with help from his wife Neal who is also a first grade teacher at Gallatin Gateway School. Jeff is known for his creative eye for graphic design…

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Dining

La Tinga

I’ll say one thing about Bozeman foodies: we are as loyal as can be. If people in this town absolutely love a restaurant, they will follow it to the ends of the earth. They’ll go through location moves, hour changes, menu…

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Living Local

German Time Traveler

Merging Past & Present pt.2

We all know the expression “to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes”. While it can mean to question someone being judgmental, it can also refer to actually experiencing what someone else has experienced. Now, Otto…

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Economy

Time to Start Making the BIG Bucks

It’s August already. Where does the time go? If you’re a retailer I don’t have to tell you it’s planning time. But I will just in case.Four big profitable spending events are coming. All or some of the following events…

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Music

Devon Allman with Owen Campbell

The dirty blond hair is the same, the body posture is also the same, and there are touches in the voice that have a similar genetic connection, but Devon Allman has toiled long and hard to establish his own musical identity, separate from his…

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Aber Day Reunion Show in Philipsburg

One of the most hallowed music events in the history of the Treasure State has been given new life, as Philipsburg hosts the 2nd Annual Aber Day Reunion on Aug. 20, featuring the Mission Mountain Wood Band, the Big Sky Mudflaps, and the…

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Gregory Alan Isakov Visits Montana

Montana, says Gregory Alan Isakov, is the best kept secret in America. While most Montanans in the Gallatin Valley are well acquainted with the notion, it was something Isakov had to figure out on his own. When he first began touring in 2002,…

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Backstage at Alpine Valley with: John Mayer

I’ve been covering the Grateful Dead for the last 30 years on public radio. Securing interviews with members of the band is sometimes a challenging and rare opportunity. With the incarnation of Dead and Company The Grateful Dead and…

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Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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Kids

Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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Wellness

Are You Using Your “Right” Brain?

As humans we have a very complex nervous system that controls every aspect of our existence and functions to provide us with knowledge about the environment that we live in. This knowledge about our environment keeps us alive and helps us to…

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Real Estate

August Bozeman Real Estate Report

Summer is in full swing. We’re now over half way through the year, and I thought it prudent to take a look back at the first 6 months of 2016 and see how the Real Estate market faired.It’s been another busy spring and summer here…

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Art

Capturing the Homesteaders’ Spirit

When I look around at Bozeman now, it is hard to imagine what it was like a century ago. However, the minute I venture to the mountains or plains, I can sense the overwhelming immensity that must have greeted early Montana homesteaders. The…

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Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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Historic Bozeman

German Time Traveler

Merging Past & Present pt.2

We all know the expression “to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes”. While it can mean to question someone being judgmental, it can also refer to actually experiencing what someone else has experienced. Now, Otto…

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Legendary Locals of Bozeman’s Past

From its inception as a supply town during Montana’s gold rush in the 1860s, Bozeman has attracted visionaries, leaders, and pioneering thinkers. Now one of Montana’s fastest growing cities, Bozeman still retains elements of the…

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Op/Ed
Screen & Stage

Celebration of Life: Ben Tone

  The regional and national theatre and film community will come together on Friday, August 12th at the Virginia City Opera House in Virginia City, Montana to celebrate the life of Ben Tone—beloved actor, director, and theatre…

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Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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