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Guest opinion: Montana Republicans cross over to be Democratic candidates

In an affirmation of ideological purity the Ravalli County Republican Central Committee, is suing the county election administrator and the Montana secretary of state to block anyone but Republicans from voting in a Republican primary election. Their concern is that in some Republican primar…

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Body of man lost in Yellowstone recovered

Body of man lost in Yellowstone recovered

The body of Darien Latty, a Georgia man who has been missing since Monday in Yellowstone National Park, has been recovered.

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Gazette opinion: Billings’ rising home values reflect healthy economy

Nobody wants taxes to go up, but homeowners are happy to know their investment increased in value. It’s possible that most Montana homeowners will be satisfied on both counts when statewide reappraisal notices are mailed out next summer.

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Gazette opinion: Building up Main Street Montana

When 1,958 Montanans answered Main Street Montana surveys, there was a surprising amount of agreement.

April 10, 2014 12:00 amLoading…

Former sheriff's deputy sues over lack of PTSD treatment

BOZEMAN — A former Gallatin County sheriff’s deputy who faces trial in May on charges that he mistreated a prisoner three years ago is suing the county claiming he did not receive adequate treatment for job-related mental health issues.

March 04, 2014 12:05 pmLoading…

Residents near old Bozeman dump seek damages

BOZEMAN — The owners of four homes built near a former Bozeman landfill filed a claim with the city, Gallatin County and the state seeking millions of dollars in damages and alleging gases leaking from the landfill are causing health problems and have made it impossible to sell their homes.

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Guest opinion: Citizens can make difference in Beartooth development

A Jan. 3 guest opinion paints a gloomy picture of the inevitability of oil drilling along the Beartooth Front. “Once you see the first well being drilled,” Christopher Eckoff says, “it is too late to stop the oil industry.”

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Tourism keeps Bozeman eateries cooking

Tourism keeps Bozeman eateries cooking

The restaurant economy in this quaint Rocky Mountain community never captures front-page headlines like Oracle or Big Sky Resort, but without a doubt, the industry is sizzling.

December 22, 2013 5:15 am Photos

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Ups and Downs:

Classic pop. A sellout crowd gathered downtown for the 2013 Billings Clinic Classic gala featuring a concert by pop singer Jordin Sparks at the Alberta Bair Theater and a street party on Broadway. The gala capped a week of fundraisers that will help support a $13.5 million expansion and ren…

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Gallatin County horse tests positive for equine herpes

HELENA — State livestock officials say a horse in Gallatin County has tested positive for equine herpes virus.

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Guest opinion: Will Montana change hunt laws after park wolf deaths?

It started with a Facebook message from a friend: "What is all this (BS) I hear about 7 YNP wolves shot outside the park?"

November 29, 2012 12:00 amLoading…
Election Day? Been there, done that say early voters

Election Day? Been there, done that say early voters

While close counts in the presidential race are expected to produce late-night nail-biters in swing states, Montana’s close race is expected to be for the U.S. Senate between incumbent Democrat Jon Tester and Republican challenger and U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg.

November 06, 2012 12:10 am Photos

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Gallatin County prisoner mistreatment to be prosecuted by state

BOZEMAN — The state attorney general's office is prosecuting a former Gallatin County sheriff's deputy accused of assaulting a teenage suspect after a judge ruled it was a conflict of interest for the county attorney to pursue the case.

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1 person killed, 2 injured in head-on

One person was killed and two people were injured early Tuesday after a head-on collision west of Belgrade.

June 27, 2012 4:20 pmLoading…

Gallatin County files lawsuit over jail design

BOZEMAN - Gallatin County is suing the architect that designed its jail, saying there were dozens of instances that required change orders that added nearly $370,000 to the construction costs on the $37 million project.

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Have you heard: Life changes lead sisters to close stores

Sometimes life gets in the way of a business plan.

April 29, 2012 12:05 amLoading…
Injured skier rescued in Gallatin County

Injured skier rescued in Gallatin County

A skier injured in a Friday fall in the Bridger Mountains north of Bozeman was rescued by Gallatin County authorities and volunteers.

April 14, 2012 7:15 am Photos

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Jury awards damages in landslide lawsuit

BOZEMAN -- A Gallatin County jury has awarded over $1 million in damages to two couples who unknowingly purchased property on an active landslide at a private ski resort and golf community in southwestern Montana in 2005.

April 06, 2012 10:16 amLoading…
Study: Yellowstone County 14th healthiest county in Montana

Study: Yellowstone County 14th healthiest county in Montana

Yellowstone County ranks 14th healthiest of Montana’s 56 counties, according to the 2012 County Health Rankings released Tuesday. That’s a slight improvement over last year, when the county ranked 15th.

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Gazette opinion: Help redraw your legislative district in 2012

The Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission is drafting plans to divide our state into 100 representative districts and pair them in 50 Senate districts for the next 10 years.

January 06, 2012 12:10 amLoading…

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