Gallatin County Emergency Management asks residents to take precautionary measures to ensure homes are protected in case of flooding.
On Saturday from 1-4 p.m. the Bozeman Chapter of the Montana Association for the Blind (BMAB) came together to carve ice.
The Bozeman Public Library will be offering a new space for local non-profit organizations to set up shop.
On Wednesday District Court Judge Rienne McElyea heard arguments on whether or not to allow for Roger Koopman to continue the lawsuit against Bozeman regarding the Public Safety Center.
A new type of medical provider, Bozeman Primary Care, is opening in Ferguson Farm on April 1.
Former Montana State University Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Jay Harrison is being accused of posting racial comments on white supremacist chat rooms.
Montana Senator Steve Daines and Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski met at the Wild Sheep Foundation to talk about the recent passage of the Public Lands Package.
A boutique hotel company will be partnering with the owners of the project slated for the former National Guard Armory building in downtown Bozeman.
Bozeman Meadowlark Principal Adrian Advincula added some rare delicacies to his pallet on Friday because students met their reading goal.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Bozeman to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and finishing the annual Run to the Pub race.
The Bozeman Municipal Courts brought in $1.5 million dollars in 2018 of which $1.2 went back to the city.
The Bozeman Symphony will be asking it’s donors and sponsors to pull out their checkbooks to house guest conductors until a new replacement is found.
The Bozeman School Board decided to retract the decision to name Bozeman’s second High School to Bozeman Westslope High School after backlash from the community.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – On Friday, Bozeman Mayor Cyndy Andrus visited first-graders at Monforton School to talk about a letter she was sent from a student
The auction of the controversial Limestone West Timber Auction will take place on March 5th despite projects opponents efforts to halt the sale because they believe it would harm wildlife habitat.