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Bandits win 3 at home
Thus far, the Belgrade Bandits have been perfect through the early stretch of the conference slate. That continued Thursday at Medina Field.The Bandits swept Dillon to remain unbeaten in Southern A conference play, 17-0 and 7-4, and then split a twinbill Friday afternoon against Twin Falls. Belgrade
Judge denies motions to suppress evidence, statements in child sex abuse case
A Gallatin County judge rejected the defense’s attempts to suppress statements and evidence in the case of a man accused of trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a 6-year-old.The ruling issued Tuesday by District Court Judge John Brown denied motions seeking to exclude statements and evidence fr
Bozeman has opportunity to capture tourist dollars
The topic of Sunday’s article on tourism and taxes is ofutmost importance to Bozeman’s affordability, livability, and fairness.It’s worth noting that Bozeman does have a tax specific to the four million people who visit our city each year. The Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) charges a $
People in Business for Sunday, June 24
Bessie Hudgens, sales associate, has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Montana Properties serving the Gallatin Valley area.
Ordinary objects, extraordinary stories
In an exhibit opening Saturday at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston, Pull Up a Chair: Tales from the Seats of History, 28 chairs will have the opportunity to tell theirs.
High Speed Chase Through Bozeman Ends in Irrigation Ditch
From theGallatin County Sheriff's Office:At approximately 7:45 on Wednesday, June 21, authorities were notified of a motor vehicle pursuit Broadwater County Deputies were involved in on US 287 in Broadwater County.The suspect vehicle was a silver Ford Taurus travelling southbound towards Interstate
Missoula A Mavericks win two Saturday games in Bozeman tourney
The Mavs seized control by scoring seven runs in the fifth inning. Turner McCullough, Kellan Feeley, Lintner, Cayden Jordan and Long powered the big inning.
Man faces felony after two trade gunfire near Clarkston
A Three Forks man is in jail after deputies say he shot at a man and his family during a fight Thursday evening.Aydan Sterling, 21, was charged with felony assault with a weapon after an altercation at a Pole Gulch Road property, west of Clarkston. His bail was set at $30,000 during a Friday morning
Cops & Courts for June 21
“From the time I activated my lights until the time the truck stopped, the truck had traveled over a mile,” the deputy reported.
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
Albrecht has right balance to serve Montana well
House District 64 stretches from Four Corners through Gallatin Gateway and Big Sky to West Yellowstone. It represents every aspect of Montanan’s demographic and economic spectrums, from traditional rural territory that depends on ranching/farming/forestry/outdoor recreation to more urban areas that
Kids want lasers, parents want accessibility in design of new playground
If you ask a group of kids what their dream playground would look like, you’ll get a lot of answers. Some are ones you might expect: monkey bars, slides, swingsets. Others are a bit more off-the-wall.Joe, 6, wants lasers, slides and trampolines in his playground. Addie, 8, thought hers should includ
Firefighters: Good snowpack, wet spring doesn’t always keep fire season at bay
A rainy spring across the state of Montana could bring a vigorous fire season, officials told Governor Steve Bullock at the annual fire briefing in Helena last week. But reports from the National Interagency Fire Center show that the Gallatin Valley may have a different season than the rest of Monta
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
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.
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
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.
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
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
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