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Major new subdivision heading to south Bozeman

Developers are moving aheadwith plans to createa subdivision that could become home to 700 people, which they say could fill underdeveloped swaths of south Bozeman.On Monday, Bozeman city commissioners unanimously gave the OK for a preliminary plat of a49-acre subdivisioncalled Gran Cielo. The land

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-20 11:00:00

Roundabout construction to close Bozeman intersection

BOZEMAN, Mont. —The Montana Department of Transportation has two new roundabouts in design for Gallatin County.One of those roundabouts is at the intersection of Stucky and Cottonwood Roads. It is currently a four-way stop, but starting early next week it will be completely closed until the fall.MDT

NBCMONTANA - 2018-06-19 16:53:05

Downtown Bozeman icon getting a facelift

"The theatre has been here in the community for 99 years and now I know the community will be there for her," said John Ludin, the executive director of the Ellen Theatre.

NBCMONTANA - 2018-06-20 19:08:03

Cunningham, commission have city on path to socialism

You have to hand it to “Crazy” Bernie Sanders. He has the courage and conviction to admit he’s a socialist. Not so for the Bozeman City Commission, particularly Terry Cunningham. Like all the Democrat commissioners, he was able to fly under the “non-partisan” radar to get elected. But for those who

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-20 06:00:00

Summer road construction in Bozeman: what to expect

Shawn Kohtz, the interim public works director for the city of Bozeman, said the major projects the city is working on this summer are on South Tracy Avenue, Oak Street near the intersection of Oak and Rouse Avenue, and the intersection of Durston Road and Ferguson Street. There are also multiple pr

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-21 11:00:00

National grocery delivery service expands to Bozeman

A national grocery delivery company plans to offer its services in Bozeman beginning this week.The company, San Francisco-based Instacart, will allow local residents to order from Albertsons, Safeway, Costco, CVS Pharmacy and Petco, and have their goods delivered to their homes. The service is set t

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-20 11:00:00

Bozeman girl wins history award for Korea documentary

At the National History Day awards ceremony at the University of Maryland, 14-year-old Sada Schumann was thinking about lunch when she heard the emcee announce that the winner of the next award was from Bozeman, Montana.

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-21 11:00:00

Boy's story of surviving cancer attracts donors to blood drive

At each of the last six Get Poked for Caden blood drives, Pam Shrauger said she's noticed a trend.People who may have never given blood in their life show up to donate."His story attracts people who don't typically donate," Pam said of her 9-year-old son, the namesake for the biggest single-day bloo

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-21 11:00:00

Bail set at $1 million for Bozeman robbery suspect

Bail was set at $1 million for a Belgrade man accused of robbing a Bozeman massage business at gunpoint and who police say had a homemade bomb and guns in his car when he was arrested.Jeffrey W. King, 58, was taken into custody Friday afternoon and charged with felony robbery after police say that t


Finding Common Ground in Uncommon Places - Flathead Beacon

Earlier this Year, the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act received a hearing at the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in Washington, D.C. This marked the most recent step in the climb from the BCSA’s modest beginnings as a conversation between a few folks in the conference room at Pyra

FLATHEAD BEACON - 2018-06-20 11:40:19

After conflict, Bozeman, Gallatin plan for road repair talks

Long intoa disagreementaround how to pay for road repairs in west Bozeman, city and Gallatin County leaders say it’s time to retry talking through the issue.Before asking Gallatin County for more than $903,000 to help with road repairs along West Oak Street and North Ferguson Avenue, city leaders de

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-06-20 11:00:00

Bozeman kills 'dead zones' with emergency radio upgrades

Thanks to a $1.5 million upgrade to Gallatin County’s emergency radio system, law enforcement and emergency responders can communicate inside buildings that were once considered “dead zones.”Marjean Penny, Gallatin County radio communications manager, said those dead zones were places like Bozeman s


Dept. of Justice offers more resources for sex assault victims

According to the Department of Justice, they've made progress. So far 1,093 kits have been sent for testing and, as of last month, 750 of them have been tested.

NBCMONTANA - 2018-06-19 18:42:15

Montana Supreme Court asked to intervene in Bozeman homicide case

The state is asking the Montana Supreme Court to intervene in a Bozeman homicide case, asking justices to reverse a Gallatin County judge’s recent ruling that bars prosecutors from seeking their own psychological evaluation of a man accused of killing his wife.On Friday, the Montana Attorney General


Bozeman dropped the ball messing with trail system

Has anyone else been disappointed with the way the city handled the linear trail (Gallagator Trail) where it intersects the new extension of Graf Street? The city commission is always talking about how valuable public space and trail systems are for the people who live here. It is a large contributo


Police arrest suspect in Bozeman robbery

Buy NowEmployees of Health Care Massage stand outside of their building after an armed robbery occurred there Thursday afternoon, June 14, 2018.Rachel Leathe/Chronicle


Major subdivision proposed for south Bozeman

Continuing Bozeman’s expansion, developers hope to convert farmland in southwest Bozeman into a 49-acre subdivision.On Monday, city commissioners will consider apreliminary platfor a major 124-townhouse lot subdivision called Gran Cielo just west of South 19th Avenue at the corner of South 27th Aven


People in Business for Sunday, June 17

MSU TechLink is proud to announce thatBrian Metzgerhas earned the Certified Licensing Professional credential, which recognizes his demonstrated experience and proficiency in licensing and the commercialization of intellectual property.Since 2014, Metzger has been a senior technology manager at MSU


City minimum wage worth discussion on what Bozemanites should earn to live here

More than a few Bozeman business owners must have winced when they read a city commissioner has set a goal of establishing a minimum wage of $15 an hour for all city employees in three years.Could Bozeman be going the way of Seattle and San Francisco and eventually demand that all workers in the cit


Park superintendent shuffle shouldn't slow bison quarantine

The Bozeman Daily ChroniclereportsTim Reid, the bison program manager at Yellowstone, says the transfer of a group of bull bison to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation later this year should still be on track.