Choral Concert at Montana State University, April 27

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  Date: April 27, 2015 Time: 7:30 pm MSU’s spring choral concert will feature a wide variety of songs that lovers of choral music are sure to enjoy. The MSU Chorale will perform Ralph Manuel’s “Alleluia” and “Ego flos campi” by Raphaela Alleota. The Montanans will perform a perfect song for springtime, Ja vem a […]

Bozeman Clean Up Day at Bogert Park, April 25

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  Date: April 25, 2015 Time: 8:30 am On the Saturday following the nationally known “Earth-Day” the community is invited to meet at Bogert Park at 8:30 a.m., obtain City provided trash bags, gloves and orange safety vests, and choose an area in the City to collect litter in public areas to help beautify Bozeman. […]

Draft Tongue River Railroad study released

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Draft Tongue River Railroad study released Montanans concerned about condemnation, rail congestion BILLINGS, Mont. — The federal Surface Transportation Board released the long-awaited draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Tongue River Railroad (TRR) on Friday, April 17. The proposed coal-hauling railroad would connect the proposed Otter Creek strip mine in southeastern Montana to […]

Tribal Members Divided About Coal

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  Tribal Members Divided About Coal   CROW AGENCY, Mont. – Today, the Senate Indian Affairs Committee received a mixed message at a U.S. Senate Field Hearing from Native Americans about whether to mine coal in Indian Country.   The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held the Field Hearing on the topic of […]

Get Great Photos of Your Toddlers at F-11 Photographic Supplies, April 11

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  Date: April 11, 2015 Time: 9:00 am Do you want to create really great photos of your young ones just being themselves? Capture them experiencing the world around them and doing exactly what they like to do? Learn how in this class offered by F-11 Photographic Supplies and starring . . .your kids or […]

The Best of Broad Comedy: 15 Years of the Broads, Emerson Crawford Theater, April 10 & 11

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  Date: April 10 – April 11, 2015 Time: 8:00 pm From their very first song about tampons to their edgiest that we can’t even mention here. Broad Comedy is Bozeman’s hottest ticket! Join thousands of Broads fans for a night of absolutely pee-your-pants funny and smart musical satire and sketch comedy skewering the right-wing, […]

Speaker sees local economic growth through local foods

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  Speaker sees local economic growth through local foods What would $5 a week buy you? If every Billings resident spent $5 on Montana homegrown foods, it would mean about $31 million for Billings’ economy. That was the message Ken Meter, a food systems analyst from the Crossroads Resource Center in Minneapolis, brought to more […]

Concert: Jazz Ambassadors of the US Army Field Band, Reynolds Recital Hall, March 30

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  Date: March 30, 2015   Time: 7:30 pm The internationally acclaimed Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, DC will continue its long tradition of presenting free public performances when it appears at Montana State University, Reynolds Recital Hall on Monday, March 30th at 7:30pm. The Jazz Ambassadors’ concert in Bozeman is sponsored by The Montana State […]