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Former employee accused of embezzling $79K from Belgrade law firm
A former employee of a Belgrade law firm is accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from the business, which is contracted to be Belgrade's city attorney.On Monday, the Gallatin County Attorney's Office charged Staci Todd with felony theft by embezzlement after reportedly stealing from Ramler Law
State budgets partially restored, but too late for Livingston
Following drastic budget cuts, the state closed the Livingston office at the end of January, alongside 18 other rural public assistance offices across the state.
Bozeman Health prepares for ICU, care expansion
The signs of construction are about to arrive at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital as a major expansion nears approval.Bozeman Healthannounced plansin April to double the size of its intensive care unit and add southwest Montana’s first infant ICU. Six months later, that $75.5 million project is wor
Homeless kids can't be left behind
Some Bozeman school officials are justifiably concerned there won’t be additional funds to help homeless students when the second high school opens its doors in a couple of years. This is a problem that must not be ignored.The numbers fluctuate, but many are shocked to learn there are scores of home
Gillette is willing to put people before politics
As the sitting legislator for House District 65 here in Bozeman, I worked hard to recruit my replacement Dr. Jane Gillette. I wanted a leader who would continue the fight for the smart investments that I hold dear: policies that promote free markets and economic opportunity, conservation of our publ
Bozeman woman inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame
Elizabeth “Betty” McCoy, 73, wrote the book on the Montana 4-H Club.When the state’s program turned 100 years old, McCoy said she took it upon herself to write a book commemorating the anniversary. She said she did it with the help from a previous 4-H state leader and friends who were writers.“It’s
Montana State gets another crack at Big Sky's top echelon vs. No. 7-ranked Weber State
OGDEN, Utah — The previous two occasions it faced the top echelon of the FCS, Montana State was humbled with the realization that it still had plenty of work to do to be considered a contender.To recap:On the road in Week 2, the Bobcats were trounced 45-14 by Missouri Valley Football Conference powe
Free dental, vision and medical clinic at Gallatin Fairgrounds Oct 19-12
Everyone is welcome to a free health clinic at the Gallatin Fairgrounds, with services including dental cleanings, eye exams, health exams and more.
'He's my guy': Trump praises Gianforte for assault on Guardian reporter
Donald Trump has praised Greg Gianforte, the Congress member from Montana, for violently attacking a Guardian reporter, saying that someone who performs a body slam is "my guy". Trump described in glowing terms the physical assault that occurred on 24 May 2017 when Ben Jacobs, the Guardian's politic
Bozeman High principal fights mystery paralysis
Kevin Conwell, Bozeman High School’s principal, is in a Utah hospital battling a mysterious illness that has left him partly paralyzed, but his family reports he’s showing improvement.“He’s definitely getting stronger,” Barb Conwell said Wednesday from the University of Utah Hospital’s Neuro Critica
Man hunting elk mauled by grizzly bear • Pet Rescue Report
A man hunting elk last weekend in Livingston, Montana, barely escaped with his life after encountering a grizzly bear and her cub. According toFox News,59-year-old Bob Legasa “surprised” the grizzlies while he and his hunting partner were approaching some elk on Saturday.
Belgrade councilor moves on; City seeks replacement
• Upon appointment, take the oath of office prescribed in Article III, section 3, of the MT constitution.
Sheriff's office investigating after woman burned in bonfire
The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a woman was severely burned from reportedly being pushed into a bonfire at a Four Corners home Tuesday.The incident was reported shortly after 8 p.m., Tuesday. A 47-year-old woman said she had been pushed into a fire at an Azure Road home.T
Montana man’s body discovered in Yellowstone
A 29-year-old Big Sky, Mont., man was found in the Gallatin River after an empty vehicle was discovered on U.S. Highway 191 near mile marker 29 in Yellowstone National Park.
Idaho Man Survives Montana Bear Attack
A Hayden, Idaho man is recovering from injuries sustained from a bear attack in Montona over the weekend. According toKIFI, Bob Legasa and his friend, Greg Gibson, were elk hunting just south of Livingston, Montana when they came across a grizzly bear and her cub 12 yards away.The roughly 500-pound
Bozeman student stranded after wheelchair van stolen, totaled
Buy NowRandy Googe, his father, Randal Googe, and Randy’s 5-year-old companion animal, Ranger, pose for a photo outside the apartment complex where the family’s wheelchair lift van was stolen last week. The van was discovered, totaled the day after it was stolen. Randal has created an online fundrai
Magician's tiger saved by rare surgery in Idaho | East Idaho News
BELGRADE, Mont. – Many know Jay Owenhouse as an illusionist whose show has toured around the nation, but there’s something that many don’t know about one of his tigers.
Reigning champion Montana overwhelming favorite in Big Sky Conference men's basketball preseason polls
OGDEN, Utah — After sweeping the Big Sky regular season and tournament titles in 2017-18, Montana has been tabbed an overwhelming favorite to repeat as conference champions in the league’s preseason coaches’ and media polls.Coaches could not vote for their own team while the media — made up of the l
Minor earthquake, 3.3 mag has occurred near Manhattan in Montana
A minor earthquake magnitude 3.3 (ml/mb) has occurred on Tuesday, 1 kilometers (1 miles) from Manhattan in Montana. Exact location of event, depth 3.59 km, -111.3378° West, 45.869° North. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 3.59 km (2 miles) below the earth’s surface. Exact time and date of event
Bozeman man sentenced to 105 years prison for murdering wife with frying pan
Regardless of relationship issues or financial problems or extreme intoxication, Judge Holly Brown said that nothing explains or justifies Jake Collins murdering his wife, Crystal, by first beating her head with a cast-iron frying pan and then slitting her throat.