Posted 7:17 PM 5/20/2013 by Adam Bell - KBZK News
Bozeman City Commissioners will vote tonight on whether or not to approve the conditional use permit for the Etha Hotel, which, as it is proposed, would be the tallest structure in Bozeman.
"I think most people support it because it will bring more people downtown," said Chris Mehl (More)More Stories from Yesterday
Posted 4:54 PM 5/19/2013 by Jamie Leary
BELGRADE - It's hard to imagine a child whose life is at risk before even being born, but that's the case for the child of an expecting Belgrade couple.
Tucker Volkman is due in June and has two potentially fatal conditions. The life-saving surgery Tucker needs will set the Volkman family (More)
Posted 4:22 PM 5/18/2013 by Adam Bell
BOZEMAN - In celebration of the one-year anniversary of the Community Cafe, the Human Resource Development Council held an open house today, along with a community action walk - Walk for a Change.
The Community Café opened more than a year ago, offering free meals to anyone who (More)
Posted 9:32 AM 5/17/2013 by Judy Slate
BOZEMAN - This weekend, the fourth Honor Flight will take Montana World War II vets to Washington, D.C. to visit the World War II Memorial. On the flight will be Lester Crouse, a prisoner of war who was born and raised on a ranch in Springhill.
Lester is 90 years old. When he was a cadet (More)
Posted 7:44 PM 5/15/2013 by KBZK Media Center with Adam Bell reporting
BOZEMAN - If you want a say in choosing the name for Bozeman's new elementary school, you have less than 48 hours to act.
The school district reminds people that online voting for one of the nine names ends this Friday at 5 p.m. The names were chosen by a committee of community (More)
Posted 10:01 AM 5/14/2013 by Jamie Leary
BOZEMAN - Bozeman City Commissioners heard a proposal to raise property taxes as part of the 2014 fiscal year budget on Monday night.
City Manager Chris Kulkulski presented the proposed budget for 2014.
While the proposed budget is down $12 million to $75.2 million, the proposed (More)