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Belgrade seeks to change liquor license law to protect businesses

The city of Belgrade wants to change the law that allows liquor licenses to travel between cities within five miles of each other. The current law is hurting Belgrade businesses because it allows people to transfer liquor licenses to Bozeman, said Ted Barkley, Belgrade city manager. "We don't need b

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-09-20 06:00:00

Wet weather brings fall burning opportunities

With fall weather setting in many fire departments are opening up burning for those with burn permits. With increased precipitation the ability for individuals to conduct safe fall burning increases, but everyone is reminded to use safe controlled burn practices as large wildfires are still possible

BELGRADE NEWS - 2017-09-19 17:13:00

MSU students speak up for free speech

Montana State University students say they want to protect free speech, even for unpopular views. "I don't particularly like what 'angry Bible man' has to say" when the preacher makes an annual visit to the Bozeman campus to harangue students - but still he should be allowed to speak, says philosoph

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-09-20 11:00:00

Bozeman loosens parking requirements to spur development in 'Midtown'

Bozeman's elected officials have lightened the rules on parking for new businesses along North Seventh Avenue to help fast-track development - in some areas, suspending requirements all together. The Bozeman City Commission on Monday unanimously supported reducing how many parking spaces developers

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-09-20 11:00:00

Prime minister attends gay pride march in a first for Serbia

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - Serbia's first openly gay prime minister joined several hundred activists Sunday at a gay pride march that was held amid tight security in the conservative Balkan country. Holding rainbow flags, balloons and a banner reading "For change," pride participants gathered in Belgra

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-09-17 18:30:53

Forest Service to hire permanent Bozeman district ranger

After getting through the last several months with temporary help, the U.S. Forest Service plans to hire a permanent district ranger for its Bozeman district sometime this fall. Teri Seth, a spokeswoman for the Custer Gallatin National Forest, said they began advertising the job in August and that t

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-09-19 11:00:00

The 406mtsports.com high school football rankings

1. Billings Senior (4-0) 2. Helena Capital (4-0) 3. Great Falls CMR (2-2) 4. Missoula Big Sky (3-1) 5. Helena (2-1) Class A 1. Dillon (3-0) 2. Sidney (4-0) 3. Corvallis (3-0) 4. Laurel (4-0) 5. Columbia Falls (1-1) Class B 1. Eureka (3-0) 2. Whitehall (4-0) 3. Bigfork (3-0) 4. Manhattan (3-0) 5. Col

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-09-18 23:30:00

City Commission sticks with controversial development guidelines near downtown

Bozeman City Commissioners on Monday unanimously threw their support behind controversial changes to historic preservation guidelines in the space bordering downtown and its neighborhoods. Commissioners decided to provisionally readopt a chapter in city development codes that gives developers an ide

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-09-19 11:00:00

Manhattan hands Townsend volleyball defeat

The Townsend volleyball team was a handed a District 5 loss to Manhattan late Saturday, in four sets, 25-12, 25-11, 19-25, 25-16. "We started the match flat but finally found a rhythm; we just had too many service errors," Townsend coach Natalie Horne said. "The girls are always finishing stronger t

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-09-18 00:52:00

Police blotter: Felony possession of dangerous drugs; aggravated DUI; sneaky theft of boots

Police booked a homeless man, Joseph Wright, 52, at 4:55 a.m. Friday at the Town Pump, 2711 Harrison Ave., for felony possession of dangerous drugs. Police stopped Wright because both he and his car matched the description of a possible suspect of a theft at the Town Pump in Rocker that took place a

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-09-18 21:11:00

National day of service to include Montana State Veterans Cemetery

Tree care professionals and other volunteers will help spruce up the Montana State Veterans Cemetery at Fort Harrison Wednesday as part of a national day of service dubbed Saluting Branches. Across the nation and here in Helena, participating volunteers will provide a variety of services including p

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-09-19 00:21:00

Letter: Conveyance tax increase would penalize the sellers

To the Editor: When will it end? Governor Malloy's proposed budget includes an increase to the conveyance tax for the sale of real estate. What does that mean exactly? If you sell your house, the government taxes you on the sale price. Right now in Connecticut, for all sales $800,000 or less, we pay

THERIDGEFIELDPRESS.COM - 2017-09-20 06:14:02

Girls soccer: Schedule for Wednesday, Sept. 20

I'll be heading out to Orangeburg to see unbeatens Pearl River and Tappan Zee go at it in one of the best crosstown rivalries in the county. Both are currently ranked in the Top 10 of my lohud girls soccer poll. Follow me on Twitter at @Zacchio_LoHud for in-game updates. Be sure to also follow me on

LOHUD.COM - 2017-09-20 10:00:03

Bedford Hills prison guard covered up inmate fling with bogus paperwork

Former corrections officer Ruben Illa, 34, is expected to receive probation for the affair.(Howard Simmons/New York Daily News) A former state corrections officer at a Westchester County women's prison pleaded guilty Tuesday to filing false paperwork to try to cover up an illicit affair with an inm

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 01:57:06

Ginsburg Development breaks ground on Peekskill townhomes

Ginsburg Development has broken ground on its latest project in Peekskill, Gateway Townhomes. The company plans to build 16 rowhouse condominiums at 700 Main St. in Peekskill. The new development will include triplex two- and three-bedroom homes ranging from 1,649Martin Ginsburg was joined by a host

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-09-20 13:02:01

Wine wisdom: What's the right serving temperature?

Question: At what temperature should I serve my wine? Given the temperature variations of any given day, week or month, the weather, and what temperature you keep your home and your refrigerator, a discussion of temperature is in order as concerns serving wine.What's the right temperature? The answe

LOHUD.COM - 2017-09-19 15:28:39

Feds: Nick Tartaglione likely not present when three men fatally shot

Former Briarcliff Manor cop Nicholas Tartaglione, charged in the killings of four Orange County men over a drug deal gone bad, was not present when three of the men were shot, federal prosecutors believe. That bombshell was dropped Tuesday by one of Tartaglione's lawyers at a brief court appearance

LOHUD.COM - 2017-09-19 18:10:33

Helen Hayes honors patients who beat the odds

Honoree Shirley Lewis with therapist Tammy Goedken during the Helen Hayes Hospital honors assembly in West Haverstraw Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. Peter Carr/The Journal News WEST HAVERSTRAW - It usually isn't until a life-changing accident that people, along with their loved ones, become acquainted wi

LOHUD.COM - 2017-09-19 22:30:08

Putnam Hospital Center to expand emergency department

CARMEL - The emergency department at Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel will be undergoing a major expansion and renovation. The hospital, part of the HealthQuest family, will break ground on Thursday for a project that will see an additional 8,400 square feet of space to include 11 treatment bays and

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Bridging Art: When a bridge is a muse

Embed x Share CLOSE BRIDGING ART: FOUR WRITERS Video: Bridging Art: Brianna Staudt | 0:22 Brianna Staudt is beginning to dip a toe into writing at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center. Ricky Flores/lohud 1 of 4 Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE BRIDGING ART: FOUR WRITERS Video: Eileen Carey draws ins

LOHUD.COM - 2017-09-20 11:00:08