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Articles with the Tag: Bozeman

Meth addict finds new hope in drug court Meth addict finds new hope in drug court

The courtroom exudes formality. An ornate chandelier looms in the space over Bella Dally. Above it is the intricately detailed ceiling of Judge John Larson’s court.  For Dally, this intimidating room with its gold columns and rich wood is a place where she feels welcomed and respected.  ...

MTPR website, program receive statewide recognition

News from University of Montana Broadcast Media Center MISSOULA – Montana Public Radio’s website and breakthrough podcast “Threshold” recently received E.B. Craney Awards from the Montana Broadcasters Association and the Greater Montana Foundation. The E.B. Craney Awards recog...

Dances with bulls Dances with bulls

Bull riders are always on the razor’s edge of danger and it’s the job of the rodeo bullfighter to keep cowboys safe when they are flung off that edge. Bullfighters Sylvan La Cross, 28, and Travis Langan, 33, spent the past weekend protecting bull riders during the Mission Mountain NRA Rodeo at...

Biking at work: Polson policeman pedals on patrol Biking at work: Polson policeman pedals on patrol

POLSON – It’s been a while, but Polson Police Department has another bike patrolman.  Officer Keith Deetz completed four days of defensive mountain bike training in Bozeman with the Law Enforcement Bicycle Association in late May. His first day on the streets in Polson was May 26, he said...

MSU research resets timeline for evolution of complex life forms MSU research resets timeline for evolution of complex life forms

BOZEMAN — A Montana State University doctoral graduate discovered fossilized microorganisms in western Montana that predate by 200 million years fossils previously believed to be the oldest complex life forms in North America. Zach Adam’s research of the fossilized remains of a eukaryote calle...

Kail W. Hitchcock Kail W. Hitchcock

BOZEMAN — Kail W. Hitchcock, 24, of Radersburg, Montana, passed away June 10, 2017, in Bozeman. He was born March 3, 1993, to Paul Craycraft and Michelle Hitchcock Brush in Missoula. Kail grew up in Arlee and Helena where he attended school. He later made Radersbury his home and worked as a hunting ...

MSU President’s, Dean’s Honor Roll students announced

News from Montana State University Bozeman BOZEMAN – Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2017. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President’s and the Dean’s Honor Roll. Students must complete a minimum of 12 degree-eligible c...

briefs for May 17, 2017

Linderman ends year kicking off ‘Wellness Program’ POLSON — Linderman Elementary School teachers, under the leadership of the school’s librarian, Roxanne Hovenkotter, are collaborating with St. Luke Community Healthy Care’s Healthy Kids, Fit Families Program to develop a We...

Golf

James Farmer and Brooklyn Olson will represent Ronan during the State B boys’ and girls’ golf tournament at Shelby’s Marias Valley Golf Course. The 36-hole event started on Tuesday and will finish today. Farmer and Olson earned their spot by finishing in the top 15 golfers during divi...

Above average spring/summer streamflow forecast

News from U.S. Department of Agriculture, Montana Natural Resources Conservation Service BOZEMAN, Mont., May 4, 2017 - After low flows in some of Montana’s rivers last summer caused issues for irrigators, anglers and recreationists, the spring and summer runoff this year looks to yield above average ...


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