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Arrest made in Helena suspicious deaths

One woman was arrested March 16th on numerous drug charges after attempting to steal honey from the Walmart of Smelter Ave. One woman was arrested March 16th on numerous drug charges after attempting to steal honey from the Walmart of Smelter Ave. On March 17th, police responded to a report of a m

ABCFOXMONTANA.COM - 2018-03-20 18:28:00

Professor defends Hansen in Concussion Trial

One woman was arrested March 16th on numerous drug charges after attempting to steal honey from the Walmart of Smelter Ave. One woman was arrested March 16th on numerous drug charges after attempting to steal honey from the Walmart of Smelter Ave. On March 17th, police responded to a report of a m

ABCFOXMONTANA.COM - 2018-03-21 01:05:00

Iconic Bozeman footwear company acquired by New Zealand retailer

Bozeman shoe company Oboz Footwear has been acquired by New Zealand-based outdoor retailer Kathmandu in a deal worth as much as $75 million, the companies announced this week. The move will not affect Oboz's headquarters on the corner of Olive Street and Wallace Avenue or the company's 22 Bozeman em

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-21 11:00:00

Here in Bozeman, we march for our lives, too

In the United States, this year, there have been 14 incidences of gun violence in schools - more than one a week. On April 20, 1999, 13 people were killed at Columbine High School. On April 16, 2007, 33 people were murdered at Virginia Tech. On December 14, 2012, 25 people were gunned down at Sandy

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-21 06:00:00

Mayor: Bozeman has a lot of work to do

Bozeman is the envy of many towns in the Rocky Mountain West, a place people want to live and where businesses want to open, Mayor Cyndy Andrus said during her State of the City address Monday night. But some people are getting left out, she said. "We are being pushed toward a resort economy, where

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-20 04:15:00

Big Sky High student didn't have gun in building, district says

Buy Now Missoula law enforcement officers look inside a car that crashed into a vehicle on the lot of Denny Menholt University Honda after the driver, a student at Big Sky High School, led police on a chase after shots were fired at the school on Friday.TOM BAUER, Missoulian Although the student inv

MISSOULIAN - 2018-03-20 21:30:00

Belgrade man an advocate for hearing impaired

When I set up the interview with Cameron Tulloch, a local Belgrade man recently appointed by Governor Bullock to the Committee on Telecommunications Access Services for Persons with Disabilities, I wasn't sure how we would communicate. Cam, as he refers to himself, is one of the more than one millio

BELGRADE NEWS - 2018-03-20 18:17:00

Bozeman should look for ways to save, too

Population growth has been giving Bozeman city leaders a lot of headaches - more wear and tear on streets, more traffic snarls and more crime. But growth also has its benefits. Because of new construction and rising property values, the city's tax base is growing - faster than that of any other city

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-20 06:00:00

Montana sisters tap into Bristol Bay fishing frenzy

Amanda Wlaysewski of Kvichak Fish Company prepares to smoke salmon March 13 at the Mission Mountain Food Enterprises Center in Ronan. (Brenda Ahearn/Daily Inter Lake) Salmon ready to go into the smoker at Kvichak Fish Company on Tuesday, March 13.(Brenda Ahearn/Daily Inter Lake) As Amanda Wlaysewski


Bozeman Doc Series Review: 'The Last Animals'

When Kate Brooks, a much lauded war photographer, set out to make a documentary in Africa, she intended to investigate the links between the ivory trade and terrorism. As she dug into the story, it grew beyond anything she had imagined. The investigation led her around the world: from Myanmar to Vie

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-19 17:47:00

Bozeman High orchestra students make musical pilgrimage

Sitting in a golden concert hall in Vienna with her fellow Bozeman High School musicians, Lenka Swenson listened as a famous orchestra performed music on the themes of love and death, and felt amazed. Swenson, an 18-year-old violinist, found it moving to share the experience with friends she loves,

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-03-20 11:00:00

Bozeman commission to consider Co-Op, Costco expansions

One of Bozeman's beloved organic produce havens, the Community Food Co-Op, could more than double its West Main Street store's size. The building's existing footprint is 12,200 square feet. The proposed expansion would add another 23,550 square feet, according to the application. That would centrali


Report: Gunshots at Missoula's Big Sky High fired by school resource officer, not student

The shots fired Friday afternoon in the Big Sky High School parking lot came from the gun of the school's resource officer, not from the student he was chasing, investigators said. The officer shot at the fleeing student's car after the student allegedly attempted to run him over Friday, according t


2 Bison Slaughter Protesters Arrested in Yellowstone Park

BOZEMAN, Mont. - Two people were arrested after chaining themselves to cement-filled barrels in an effort to prevent trucks from hauling Yellowstone National Park bison to slaughterhouses. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports two members of the group Wild Buffalo Defense were arrested Friday in the p


Man gets deferred sentence for friend's death in crash

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - A Montana judge issued a six-year deferred sentence for a man who crashed his car while speeding, killing his 17-year-old passenger. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports the sentence handed down Wednesday requires 19-year-old Jacob Burroughs to participate in the Gallatin County


Aasheim honored with chamber's Guy Sperry Award

Buy Now Larry Aasheim poses for a photo beneath his family's gateway located on Montana State University campus. The Aasheim Gateway was installed in 1997 to honor Aasheim's grandparents.Rachel Leathe/Chronicle Larry Aasheim always liked sports. He played them all when he was growing up in Bozeman.


Bathed in green, Run to the Pub a local, national hit

Some run for glory. Others run for fun. Still others run for the free beer at the end. Whatever their reason, more than 4,300 runners took part in the annual Run to the Pub in Bozeman on Saturday. As luck would have it, this year the event fell on St. Patrick's Day, and as usual there was plenty of


Auction for area liquor licenses put on hold

The Department of Revenue is pushing the date back for the state's first-ever silent auction for a Bozeman beer license and a Belgrade all-beverage license that was scheduled to close at midnight on March 8. The decision stems from a letter submitted to DOR Director Mike Kadas from the state's Econo


County should get behind new speed limit

Gallatin County commissioners have a duty to protect their constituents, and yet they voted to reject a request from the Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Commission to send a letter to the Montana Department of Transportation, asking for a temporary reduction in the speed limit to 65 mph on Interstate


Update - Police: Shots fired in Missoula's Big Sky High parking lot; student arrested after chase

A Big Sky High School student was taken into custody Friday after shots were fired in the school's student parking lot at about 12:45 p.m., according to Missoula police. No one was injured, according to Sgt. Travis Welsh. The Montana Department of Criminal Investigation has taken over the investiga