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4 to 8 Inches of Snow, High Winds for Gallatin, Madison Counties
The Bozeman may see some snow but the concern will be travel conditions for the canyon south towards Big Sky and West Yellowstone along with higher elevations. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 TUESDAY TO 5 PM WEDNESDAY.
Two people killed in Bridger Canyon crash
Two people died over the weekend after a head-on collision on Bridger Canyon Road north of Bozeman. Drivers of both vehicles, Deborah Jean Stratford, 65, of Bozeman, and Brett Randle Ferre, 41, of Bozeman, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office reported.
Heebs gets green light to move into East Main market
Heebs grocery can move into its new home next month despite delays on road upgrades surrounding the long-planned Bozeman marketplace off East Main Street. Heebs Fresh Market owners announced they wanted more space in 2015. At the time, owner Mitch Bradley said the store’s 10,000-square-foot space co
Madison County man charged with tampering in suspected homicide
VIRGINIA CITY — A Madison County man is jailed in connection to a missing woman after authorities received an anonymous tip that he murdered the woman, buried her on a rural ranch and covered up evidence of the crime in his apartment.
Scoreboard: Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl Montana roster
Quarterback: Blake Thelen, Great Falls; Kris Brown, Bozeman. Alternates: Mitch Norslein, Lewistown; Joe Byorth, Billings Central; Rylan Ortt, Missoula Sentinel. Running back: Blake Counts, Kalispell Flathead; Joe Olson, Bozeman. Alternates: Jack Studer, Billings Central; Preston Blaine, Kalispell Gl
Cuban student’s mom denied visa to attend Montana State graduation
Lazaro Vinola is excited to be graduating Saturday from Montana State University, but disappointed that U.S. officials have refused his mother a visa to travel from Cuba to attend the celebration.
Advocates push for statewide behavioral health plan
A disability check pushed Shirley Kaufman’s daughter $6 past qualifying for Medicaid. Her daughter, 31, lives with bipolar disorder. Without health coverage, she lost her case manager, therapist and psychiatrist. Kaufman said she lost just about everything other than her rapid cycles of mood shifts.
Belgrade wrestling wins twice in Lewistown triangular
Not all of Belgrade's wrestlers made the trip to Lewistown. It didn’t matter, however. The Panthers posted a 35-24 win against Park and then capped a triangular with a 33-28 victory against host Fergus on Tuesday.
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Shop With a Cop event benefits kids, officers
Brayden knew exactly what he wanted. The 9-year-old from Belgrade was shopping Saturday at Target with Montana Highway Patrol officer Derek Stoney for the annual Shop With a Cop event. The two had $75 to spend on Brayden’s family, and he carefully picked out each item: a puzzle, toys for his sibling
Truck driver injured after colliding with train
A train struck a semi-truck Monday afternoon east of Belgrade. Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Gabriel Bernard said a TMC gravel truck driver was waiting at the railroad crossing to drive into the company's yard near the intersection of Dollar Drive and Frontage Road. He pulled forward as the train w
FWP seeking information on poached bull moose
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking information on a poached bull moose found in the Hyalite area south of Bozeman. Christmas tree hunters found the moose carcass on Dec. 1, about a mile up Moser Creek Road and reported it to FWP on Dec. 3.
Bozeman schools offer new diploma choices
Starting with next year’s freshmen, Bozeman high school students will have new choices of diplomas, designed to let them pursue their own interests and career aims. The Bozeman School Board voted unanimously Monday night to approve the diploma changes, which will begin with the graduating class of 2
Missoula Mom Accused of Leaving Kids in Freezing Car With Meth
Over the weekend, Police in the town of Manhattan, Montana ended up arresting a Missoula woman after a complaint came in of a suspicious person at the Broken Arrow Bar and Casino. Manhattan Police Chief Dennis Hengel explains.
Trump protecting country from propaganda, migrants
All you had to do was read the caption, then run for your hazmat suit. A toxic plume was rising from the Chronicle’s opinion page. Dan Laurie was at it again, polluting the pristine Bozeman atmosphere (Nov 29). He even surpassed himself belching venom against Donald Trump. Unhinged, Laurie and his n
LaMotte School kids like lunches by personal chef
Not many schools can boast of having a personal chef. LaMotte School enjoys that distinction, offering lunches prepared by licensed personal chef Derek Ivester. Since Ivester started making hot lunches two years ago, half the school’s 63 students have signed up, said LeeAnn Burke, principal of the r
Speakeasies making a comeback in Bozeman
Behind an unmarked door in the Cannery District lies a world that harkens back to the days of flappers, moonshine and jazz clubs. Devil’s Toboggan, one of a couple new speakeasy-style bars in Bozeman, opened in October. With a line stretching out the door most weeks, the place has been a hit with lo
Mistakes costly for Panthers in loss
Sarah Fowler couldn’t help but wonder what her team was doing. From the head coach’s perspective, Belgrade threw passes to players who weren’t ready or to seemingly nobody at all.
Belgrade wrestling splits at Mining City tournament
Once Belgrade notched a few quick pins against Beaverhead County, success snowballed. After losing twice on the opening day of the Mining City Duals tournament, the Panthers improved and showed promise.
Earl Ben Stucky, 'a cowboy who came up the hard way,' to be inducted into Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame
AVON — "I may be old-fashioned," Earl Ben Stucky says, "but I like to do things the way I was raised and have done them all my life." That way has been good enough for the Avon area rancher to win induction into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame, for his contribution to Montana's Western culture.