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Gallatin County Commissioners on Tuesday approved expanding a special tax district that primarily serves commercial businesses to add neighboring homes to generate more money for road maintenance.
Bozeman developers are hoping to breathe life into one of the Main Street sites left vacant by the 2009 gas explosion.
The company behind a private resort community in Big Sky has paid the state of Montana more than $90,000 in penalties and will need to complete environmental projects to atone for the spilling of nearly 30 million gallons of treated…
Plans for Bozeman’s second high school are starting to take shape.
State officials have decided on the amount of cash a Canadian mining company has to put up before drilling for gold in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park, and nobody’s happy with it.
Montana State University and the Downtown Bozeman Association will host the eighth annual Cat Walk from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday on Main Street in Bozeman.
REXBURG, IDAHO — As the light dimmed, the crowd, a mixture of families, students, children and scientists, grew quiet.
Students at Montana State University this year may feel they’re in something of a time machine.
This, apparently, is why we can’t have nice things.
Ben Mokwa got a celestial birthday present this year.
A woman accused of running over a man with a truck and breaking his legs last year in Belgrade has pleaded guilty to numerous felonies.
A man is in jail after he allegedly kidnapped a man, forcing him to go to an ATM and stealing numerous items from the man’s house.
A Sept. 7 lecture by Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China and Montana’s longest serving U.S. senator, has been moved to Montana State University’s Strand Union Building to accommodate a larger audience.
A Gallatin County judge has ordered that U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte must have his mugshot and fingerprints taken as part of his misdemeanor assault conviction.
Year after massive fish-kill, officials and conservationists work to prevent another crisis on the Yellowstone
Snow fell this winter. A bunch of it, especially way up the Yellowstone River basin. The mountains were loaded when the snow began to melt.
MANHATTAN — The sign planted on the side of the road said it all.
For eclipse viewers across the country, the big day is finally here.
A Bozeman author’s novel is going to the big screen.
About 150 people gathered in Bozeman’s Bogert Park on Saturday to rally against hate and the recent demonstrations across the U.S. involving white nationalists and neo-Nazis.
Caption: During the Feb. 26, 1979 total solar eclipse, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana as part of the Montana State University-sponsored Eclipse ’79 event. Northern Cheyenne spiritual leader John Woodenlegs is pictured…