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  • Robert Pirsig, former MSU instructor whose ‘Zen’ spoke to a generation, dead at 88

    Robert Pirsig, former MSU instructor whose ‘Zen’ spoke to a generation, dead at 88

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 10:07 PM EDT2017-04-26 02:07:27 GMT
    A copy of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig sits on a desk during a class about Pirsig's work at Montana State University. MSU photo by Kelly GorhamA copy of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig sits on a desk during a class about Pirsig's work at Montana State University. MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
    Robert Pirsig, the author and former Montana State English instructor who inspired a generation to look inward to the "high country of the mind" with his book "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance," died at his home in Maine this week, according to his publishers. He was 88. Pirsig received an honorary doctorate from Montana State University in 2012. Pirsig taught English at what was then Montana State College between 1959 and 1961, and he wrote that hi...
    Robert Pirsig, the author and former Montana State English instructor who inspired a generation to look inward to the "high country of the mind" with his book "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance," died at his home in Maine this week, according to his publishers. He was 88. Pirsig received an honorary doctorate from Montana State University in 2012. Pirsig taught English at what was then Montana State College between 1959 and 1961, and he wrote that hi...
  • Montana distillers look to expand toward Japan

    Montana distillers look to expand toward Japan

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 10:03 PM EDT2017-04-26 02:03:44 GMT

    A group of local breweries and distilleries took a trip out of the country to try and export some of their product. Bozeman Spirits recently took a trip to Japan along with seven other breweries and distilleries.

    A group of local breweries and distilleries took a trip out of the country to try and export some of their product. Bozeman Spirits recently took a trip to Japan along with seven other breweries and distilleries.

  • Tester seeks permanent protection from mining in Paradise Valley

    Tester seeks permanent protection from mining in Paradise Valley

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 9:03 PM EDT2017-04-26 01:03:27 GMT

    Senator Jon Tester introduced legislation Tuesday, The Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act, which would permanently protect the land North of Yellowstone National Park from mining. The two mines proposed in the area are the Crevice mine and the Emigrant mine. 

    Senator Jon Tester introduced legislation Tuesday, The Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act, which would permanently protect the land North of Yellowstone National Park from mining. The two mines proposed in the area are the Crevice mine and the Emigrant mine. 

  • Governor recognizes pair of Gallatin Valley businesses

    Governor recognizes pair of Gallatin Valley businesses

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 8:57 PM EDT2017-04-26 00:57:29 GMT

    Two local businesses received honors from Governor Steve Bullock Monday. At the edge of Belgrade, you’ll find Xtant Medical, this year’s recipient of the Montana Ambassadors award. "It’s recognition for our employees and what we do day in and day out." Said Molly Mason the Vice President of Business Development for Xtant. Xtant is a biotech firm that makes orthopedics, with the majority being for the spine. Not only do they do great work in the medical f...

    Two local businesses received honors from Governor Steve Bullock Monday. At the edge of Belgrade, you’ll find Xtant Medical, this year’s recipient of the Montana Ambassadors award. "It’s recognition for our employees and what we do day in and day out." Said Molly Mason the Vice President of Business Development for Xtant. Xtant is a biotech firm that makes orthopedics, with the majority being for the spine. Not only do they do great work in the medical f...

  • Bozeman library hosting class for parents with social media concerns

    Bozeman library hosting class for parents with social media concerns

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 4:54 PM EDT2017-04-25 20:54:12 GMT

    Tonight at 7:30, the Bozeman Public Library is hosting a free social media presentation for parents in the community room. The Bozeman Police Department and Bozeman School District are teaming up to explain the ever-changing social media apps and websites.

    Tonight at 7:30, the Bozeman Public Library is hosting a free social media presentation for parents in the community room. The Bozeman Police Department and Bozeman School District are teaming up to explain the ever-changing social media apps and websites.

  • Manhattan Christian School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Manhattan Christian School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 4:06 PM EDT2017-04-25 20:06:53 GMT

    Manhattan Christian School teacher Kimberly Adams accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 Monday. The money will go toward funding purchases of EDU kits for the school. Brynn Dellwo from First Interstate Bank and KBZK's Lena Blietz presented the check.

    Manhattan Christian School teacher Kimberly Adams accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 Monday. The money will go toward funding purchases of EDU kits for the school. Brynn Dellwo from First Interstate Bank and KBZK's Lena Blietz presented the check.

  • Crews respond to rollover crash near Manhattan

    Crews respond to rollover crash near Manhattan

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 3:25 PM EDT2017-04-25 19:25:48 GMT

    Crews are at the scene of a rollover 2-3 miles west of Manhattan of a rollover crash.

    A reporter at the scene said road are slick due to rain and hail. It is unknown at this time if conditions contributed to the crash.

    A Mercy Flight has landed and Montana Highway Patrol and Gallatin County Sheriff deputies are at scene, but no other details are available at this time. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

    Crews are at the scene of a rollover 2-3 miles west of Manhattan of a rollover crash.

    A reporter at the scene said road are slick due to rain and hail. It is unknown at this time if conditions contributed to the crash.

    A Mercy Flight has landed and Montana Highway Patrol and Gallatin County Sheriff deputies are at scene, but no other details are available at this time. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

  • Bozeman takes a closer look at short-term rentals

    Bozeman takes a closer look at short-term rentals

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 9:55 AM EDT2017-04-25 13:55:31 GMT

    Monday night’s Bozeman City Commission meeting saw a discussion about regulating short-term rentals. City staff pointed out that as of January, Airbnb reported that there were 350 operating short-term rentals Bozeman, and right now only 47 have business licenses.

    Monday night’s Bozeman City Commission meeting saw a discussion about regulating short-term rentals. City staff pointed out that as of January, Airbnb reported that there were 350 operating short-term rentals Bozeman, and right now only 47 have business licenses

  • Livingston man’s knee surgery a first with robotic assistance

    Livingston man’s knee surgery a first with robotic assistance

    Mark Baker, who lives in Livingston, recently had knee surgery. (MTN News photo)Mark Baker, who lives in Livingston, recently had knee surgery. (MTN News photo)

    A Livingston man recently had partial knee replacement surgery.  On the surface that's nothing new.   But the surgeon who performed replacement had some help from a hand-held robot. Mark Baker, who lives in Livingston, recently had knee surgery.   

    A Livingston man recently had partial knee replacement surgery.  On the surface that's nothing new.   But the surgeon who performed replacement had some help from a hand-held robot. Mark Baker, who lives in Livingston, recently had knee surgery.   

  • High school bond ballots arrive in voters’ mailboxes

    High school bond ballots arrive in voters’ mailboxes

    Monday, April 24 2017 8:34 PM EDT2017-04-25 00:34:55 GMT

    If you live in the Bozeman High School District,  you've probably received your ballot asking you to vote for or against the $125 million bond to build a new high school and renovate Bozeman High School. You may also notice something is missing. On the two levy requests, the tax impact is printed on the ballot. But the for bond, the language does not include how much the bond would cost property owners. Bozeman School Deputy superintendent Steve Johnson explains the tax impac...

    If you live in the Bozeman High School District,  you've probably received your ballot asking you to vote for or against the $125 million bond to build a new high school and renovate Bozeman High School. You may also notice something is missing. On the two levy requests, the tax impact is printed on the ballot. But the for bond, the language does not include how much the bond would cost property owners. Bozeman School Deputy superintendent Steve Johnson explains the tax impac...

  • Public meetings set for Yellowstone anglers

    Public meetings set for Yellowstone anglers

    Monday, April 24 2017 8:29 PM EDT2017-04-25 00:29:54 GMT

    Fishing season in Yellowstone National Park is about a month away, and anglers are getting an education about the threats the park’s fish face.

    Fishing season in Yellowstone National Park is about a month away, and anglers are getting an education about the threats the park’s fish face.

  • Guardians of the Children host Child Abuse Awareness Event

    Guardians of the Children host Child Abuse Awareness Event

    Sunday, April 23 2017 9:47 PM EDT2017-04-24 01:47:07 GMT
    Bringing awareness to child abuse (MTN News photo)Bringing awareness to child abuse (MTN News photo)

    Another local group recognized Child Abuse Awareness Month on Sunday.  Guardians of the Children, an international motorcycle group that aims to make communities aware of child abuse hosted the event. 

    Another local group recognized Child Abuse Awareness Month on Sunday.  Guardians of the Children, an international motorcycle group that aims to make communities aware of child abuse hosted the event. 

  • March for science draws large turnout in Bozeman

    March for science draws large turnout in Bozeman

    Sunday, April 23 2017 9:06 PM EDT2017-04-24 01:06:07 GMT
    Large crowd shows up in Bozeman (MTN News photo)Large crowd shows up in Bozeman (MTN News photo)

    A nationwide movement  took to the streets of downtown Bozeman this weekend. 

    A nationwide movement  took to the streets of downtown Bozeman this weekend. 

  • Seeding clouds for more snow pack

    Sunday, April 23 2017 8:22 PM EDT2017-04-24 00:22:32 GMT
    : This experiment is to produce more snowfall amounts: This experiment is to produce more snowfall amounts

    Researchers from the University of Wyoming, Colorado and Illinois partnered with Idaho Power to increase winter precipitation. 

    Researchers from the University of Wyoming, Colorado and Illinois partnered with Idaho Power to increase winter precipitation. 

  • Gianforte brings Donald Trump, Jr. to visit Bozeman

    Gianforte brings Donald Trump, Jr. to visit Bozeman

    Sunday, April 23 2017 12:48 AM EDT2017-04-23 04:48:42 GMT
    (MTN News photo)(MTN News photo)

    Greg Gianforte is back in Bozeman after a statewide rally tour over the past two days. The republican congressional nominee held a rally Saturday night with Donald Trump Jr. at Copper Spring Ranch. 

    Greg Gianforte is back in Bozeman after a statewide rally tour over the past two days. The republican congressional nominee held a rally Saturday night with Donald Trump Jr. at Copper Spring Ranch. 

  • Bozeman prom celebrates with after party

    Bozeman prom celebrates with after party

    Sunday, April 23 2017 12:40 AM EDT2017-04-23 04:40:58 GMT
    (MTN News photo)(MTN News photo)

    This marks the 23rd year Bozeman High School students have had the option of a safe fun place to go after prom.   

    This marks the 23rd year Bozeman High School students have had the option of a safe fun place to go after prom.   

  • MHP investigating fatal accident in Three Forks

    MHP investigating fatal accident in Three Forks

    Saturday, April 22 2017 9:48 PM EDT2017-04-23 01:48:58 GMT

    A Wisconsin man was killed in a car crash just outside Three Forks around noon today. The wreck happened on Interstate 90 under its interchange with U.S. Highway 287. 

    A Wisconsin man was killed in a car crash just outside Three Forks around noon today. The wreck happened on Interstate 90 under its interchange with U.S. Highway 287. 

  • March for Science held in Yellowstone

    March for Science held in Yellowstone

    Saturday, April 22 2017 9:02 PM EDT2017-04-23 01:02:08 GMT
    March for Science was held at Old Faithful (MTN News photo)March for Science was held at Old Faithful (MTN News photo)

    The March for Science took place at around 500 venues across the country today, but perhaps none were quite as spectacular as Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park.  MTN’s John Sherer was there as protesters sought support to block proposed cuts to science programs.

    The March for Science took place at around 500 venues across the country today, but perhaps none were quite as spectacular as Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park.  MTN’s John Sherer was there as protesters sought support to block proposed cuts to science programs.

  • Donald Trump, Jr is visiting the Gallatin Valley

    Donald Trump, Jr is visiting the Gallatin Valley

    Saturday, April 22 2017 8:41 PM EDT2017-04-23 00:41:46 GMT
    Campaigning in western Montana on Friday (MTN News photo)Campaigning in western Montana on Friday (MTN News photo)

    Donald Trump, Jr, the son of President Trump, is traveling across western Montana this weekend hitting the trail for Greg Gianforte in his race for congress. Saturday evening finds him at the Copper Springs Ranch and we have a preview of what is happening there from MTN's Lena Blietz.

    Donald Trump, Jr, the son of President Trump, is traveling across western Montana this weekend, hitting the trail for Greg Gianforte in his race for congress. Saturday evening finds him at the Copper Springs Ranch and we have a preview of what is happening there from MTN's Lena Blietz.

  • Big Brother auditions held at the mall

    Big Brother auditions held at the mall

    Friday, April 21 2017 11:09 PM EDT2017-04-22 03:09:06 GMT
    Audition for Big Brother (MTN News photo)Audition for Big Brother (MTN News photo)

    The Gallatin Valley Mall looked more like a TV studio today.  KBZK held an open casting call for the CBS reality show Big Brother.  

    The Gallatin Valley Mall looked more like a TV studio today.  KBZK held an open casting call for the CBS reality show Big Brother.  

  • Gallatin County DUI Task Force is educating young drivers as prom time arrives

    Gallatin County DUI Task Force is educating young drivers as prom time arrives

    Friday, April 21 2017 10:57 PM EDT2017-04-22 02:57:42 GMT
    Prom season is here and GCSO is teaching driver safety (MTN News photo)Prom season is here and GCSO is teaching driver safety (MTN News photo)

    According to AAA statistics 1/3 of alcohol related incidents involving teens happen between the months of April and June. 

    According to AAA statistics 1/3 of alcohol related incidents involving teens happen between the months of April and June. 

  • 'Operation Kidsafe' taking place this weekend

    'Operation Kidsafe' taking place this weekend

    Friday, April 21 2017 10:40 PM EDT2017-04-22 02:40:23 GMT
    (MTN News photo)(MTN News photo)

    If you’re looking for a family outing this weekend, Saturday Gallatin Subaru is hosting Operation Kidsafe. At the event your child's picture and finger prints will be taken. 

    If you’re looking for a family outing this weekend, Saturday Gallatin Subaru is hosting Operation Kidsafe. At the event your child's picture and finger prints will be taken. 

  • Rally for healthcare held in Bozeman

    Rally for healthcare held in Bozeman

    Friday, April 21 2017 10:16 PM EDT2017-04-22 02:16:07 GMT
    Rally for healthcare  (MTN News photo)Rally for healthcare (MTN News photo)

    Another rally was held in Downtown Bozeman Friday morning. A group of women gathered outside of Senator Jon Tester's office with bottles of prescription pills. 

    Another rally was held in Downtown Bozeman Friday morning. A group of women gathered outside of Senator Jon Tester's office with bottles of prescription pills. 

  • Yellowstone is back open for the summer season

    Yellowstone is back open for the summer season

    Friday, April 21 2017 8:45 PM EDT2017-04-22 00:45:09 GMT
    Yellowstone National Park is open for summer tourism (MTN News photo)Yellowstone National Park is open for summer tourism (MTN News photo)

    The roads are back open at Yellowstone and after a record number of tourists last year, the park is expecting even more this year. 

    The roads are back open at Yellowstone and after a record number of tourists last year, the park is expecting even more this year. 

  • MSU Rodeo sets new attendance records for spring rodeo

    MSU Rodeo sets new attendance records for spring rodeo

    Friday, April 21 2017 11:31 AM EDT2017-04-21 15:31:55 GMT
    MSU's 2017 spring rodeo set attendance records with more than 8,000 attendees during the four performances. MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-GonzalezMSU's 2017 spring rodeo set attendance records with more than 8,000 attendees during the four performances. MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

    Attendance at MSU’s recent spring rodeo set new attendance records, MSU officials have announced. More than 8,100 people attended the four performances of the rodeo, held the first weekend in April, according to Andy Bolich, head coach of the MSU Rodeo Team. 

    Attendance at MSU’s recent spring rodeo set new attendance records, MSU officials have announced. More than 8,100 people attended the four performances of the rodeo, held the first weekend in April, according to Andy Bolich, head coach of the MSU Rodeo Team. 

  • Lion King takes center stage this weekend

    Lion King takes center stage this weekend

    Friday, April 21 2017 8:57 AM EDT2017-04-21 12:57:03 GMT
    Lion King put on by students from Anderson School (MTN News photo)Lion King put on by students from Anderson School (MTN News photo)

    Since January, the 3rd, 8th grade students at Anderson school have been working around the clock on their spring production. 

    Since January, the 3rd, 8th grade students at Anderson school have been working around the clock on their spring production. 

  • Roundabouts showing up around Bozeman

    Roundabouts showing up around Bozeman

    Friday, April 21 2017 12:09 AM EDT2017-04-21 04:09:18 GMT
    Roundabouts are more expensive to install than traditional traffic sign or lights but they do save money for drivers who don't have to stop and start. (MTN News photo)Roundabouts are more expensive to install than traditional traffic sign or lights but they do save money for drivers who don't have to stop and start. (MTN News photo)

    Drivers in Bozeman need to keep a look out for more changes in intersections around town.  Gallatin County sold some land near the Regional Park so the city can build a roundabout at Davis and Oak this summer.

    Drivers in Bozeman need to keep a look out for more changes in intersections around town.  Gallatin County sold some land near the Regional Park so the city can build a roundabout at Davis and Oak this summer.

  • Chris Mehl files to run for mayor of Bozeman

    Chris Mehl files to run for mayor of Bozeman

    Thursday, April 20 2017 10:12 PM EDT2017-04-21 02:12:09 GMT
    Chris Mehl announces he's running for mayor (MTN News photo)Chris Mehl announces he's running for mayor (MTN News photo)

    Filing for candidates looking to run for office in the November election opened Thursday. With that came city commissioner Chris Mehl’s announcement that he will be running for the mayor of Bozeman.  

    Filing for candidates looking to run for office in the November election opened Thursday. With that came city commissioner Chris Mehl’s announcement that he will be running for the mayor of Bozeman.  

  • Hawthorne students raising coin for kids with cancer

    Hawthorne students raising coin for kids with cancer

    Thursday, April 20 2017 10:10 PM EDT2017-04-21 02:10:23 GMT
    o help with the costs of those trips students at Hawthorne Elementary are joining together to raise money for an organization called Bozeman 3.  (MTN News photo)o help with the costs of those trips students at Hawthorne Elementary are joining together to raise money for an organization called Bozeman 3. (MTN News photo)

    A child diagnosed with cancer changes a family's life forever.  Resources in Montana are very limited, there are no pediatric cancer treatment facilities, so patients have to travel to Seattle, Denver or occasionally to Minneapolis.   

    A child diagnosed with cancer changes a family's life forever.  Resources in Montana are very limited, there are no pediatric cancer treatment facilities, so patients have to travel to Seattle, Denver or occasionally to Minneapolis.   

  • Livingston Healthcare files suit against the city of Livingston

    Livingston Healthcare files suit against the city of Livingston

    Thursday, April 20 2017 9:10 PM EDT2017-04-21 01:10:42 GMT
    Livingston Healthcare is seeking an undetermined amount of damages. (MTN News photo)Livingston Healthcare is seeking an undetermined amount of damages. (MTN News photo)

    Less than two years after opening its new hospital, Livingston Healthcare is suing the city of Livingston.   According to the complaint filed in Park County District court Thursday afternoon, Livingston healthcare claims the City is guilty of negligence  and coercion to name a few.  

    Less than two years after opening its new hospital, Livingston Healthcare is suing the city of Livingston.   According to the complaint filed in Park County District court Thursday afternoon, Livingston healthcare claims the City is guilty of negligence  and coercion to name a few.  

  • Bridger Bowl starts raffle of Virginia City chairs

    Bridger Bowl starts raffle of Virginia City chairs

    Thursday, April 20 2017 8:28 PM EDT2017-04-21 00:28:07 GMT
    (MTN News photo)(MTN News photo)

    Bridger Bowl is raffling off 85 iconic Virginia City Red Chairs to benefit the Bridger Bowl Foundation.  The foundation promotes youth and family programs, skill development and research at Bridger Bowl. 

    Bridger Bowl is raffling off 85 iconic Virginia City Red Chairs to benefit the Bridger Bowl Foundation.  The foundation promotes youth and family programs, skill development and research at Bridger Bowl. 

  • Bozeman man dies after being hit by semi

    Bozeman man dies after being hit by semi

    Thursday, April 20 2017 2:42 PM EDT2017-04-20 18:42:57 GMT

    A 22-year-old Bozeman man is dead after being struck by a semi-truck on April 15. The driver told Montana Highway Patrol that Sha ‘Del Hollis had been lying on his chest on the median of I-90, and when the truck approached, he darted into the roadway. Hollis was struck by the front right corner of the truck at 7 a.m. Hollis was taken to Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, where he was declared brain-dead at 9 a.m. the next morning. He was kept on life support until April 20, to facili...

    A 22-year-old Bozeman man is dead after being struck by a semi-truck on April 15. The driver told Montana Highway Patrol that Sha ‘Del Hollis had been lying on his chest on the median of I-90, and when the truck approached, he darted into the roadway. 

  • Fundraiser planned for Gallatin Gateway students

    Fundraiser planned for Gallatin Gateway students

    Thursday, April 20 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-04-20 14:30:48 GMT

    An event to raise funds for the Gallatin Gateway 8th grade field trip to Washington D.C. is planned for this weekend. The Sportsman’s Banquet Dinner & Fundraiser will be held Saturday, April 22 at the Auction Barn in Gallatin Gateway. 

    An event to raise funds for the Gallatin Gateway 8th grade field trip to Washington D.C. is planned for this weekend. The Sportsman’s Banquet Dinner & Fundraiser will be held Saturday, April 22 at the Auction Barn in Gallatin Gateway. 

  • Women in Business Event

    Women in Business Event

    Wednesday, April 19 2017 10:36 PM EDT2017-04-20 02:36:10 GMT
    Women business owners from across the state gathered at Bobcat Stadium to share experiences and successes.  (MTN News photo)Women business owners from across the state gathered at Bobcat Stadium to share experiences and successes. (MTN News photo)

    Over 50 women gathered Wednesday to learn about the resources offered to women who are interested in starting a business. 

    Over 50 women gathered Wednesday to learn about the resources offered to women who are interested in starting a business. 

  • Rob Quist visits Bozeman library to talk Social Security

    Rob Quist visits Bozeman library to talk Social Security

    Wednesday, April 19 2017 9:53 PM EDT2017-04-20 01:53:05 GMT
    Democratic Candidate for U.S. House Rob Quist held a meeting at the Bozeman library to discuss Social Security and Medicare. (MTN News photo)Democratic Candidate for U.S. House Rob Quist held a meeting at the Bozeman library to discuss Social Security and Medicare. (MTN News photo)

    Democratic Candidate for U.S. House Rob Quist held a meeting at the Bozeman library to discuss Social Security and Medicare. 

    Democratic Candidate for U.S. House Rob Quist held a meeting at the Bozeman library to discuss Social Security and Medicare. 

  • Gun thefts on the rise in Gallatin County and nationwide

    Gun thefts on the rise in Gallatin County and nationwide

    Wednesday, April 19 2017 9:21 PM EDT2017-04-20 01:21:10 GMT
    Gun thefts continue to climb (MTN News photo)Gun thefts continue to climb (MTN News photo)

    Last week 19-year-old Jakob Page allegedly stole hunting gear from his neighbor's garage, including a pistol. 

    Last week 19-year-old Jakob Page allegedly stole hunting gear from his neighbor's garage, including a pistol. Page's reportedly burglary is not unique.

  • Rally for affordable health care in downtown Bozeman

    Rally for affordable health care in downtown Bozeman

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 9:51 PM EDT2017-04-19 01:51:17 GMT
    Many in attendance also wanted to send a message to both Senator Steve Daines  and Senator Jon Tester by standing together. (MTN News photo)Many in attendance also wanted to send a message to both Senator Steve Daines  and Senator Jon Tester by standing together. (MTN News photo)

    Monday afternoon a rally was held by Montana Women Vote in Bozeman to protect access to health care. 

    Monday afternoon a rally was held by Montana Women Vote in Bozeman to protect access to health care. 

  • Bozeman ranks 9th in the nation for entrepreneurship and start-ups

    Bozeman ranks 9th in the nation for entrepreneurship and start-ups

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 9:41 PM EDT2017-04-19 01:41:10 GMT

    According to a report done by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Bozeman and Missoula have some of the highest levels of entrepreneurship and start-ups in the nation.

    According to a report done by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Bozeman and Missoula have some of the highest levels of entrepreneurship and start-ups in the nation.

  • Bozeman mayor: City needs to address housing crisis

    Bozeman mayor: City needs to address housing crisis

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 9:06 PM EDT2017-04-19 01:06:35 GMT
    Taylor explained how the voluntary affordable housing program the city just recently tried to implement, is not working.Taylor explained how the voluntary affordable housing program the city just recently tried to implement, is not working.

    On Monday night, Mayor Carson Taylor gave his State of the City address, highlighting affordable housing needs and county land issues. Taylor explained how the voluntary affordable housing program the city just recently tried to implement, is not working. 

    On Monday night, Mayor Carson Taylor gave his State of the City address, highlighting affordable housing needs and county land issues. Taylor explained how the voluntary affordable housing program the city just recently tried to implement, is not working. 

  • Plans submitted to demolish vacant motel on Bozeman’s Main Street

    Plans submitted to demolish vacant motel on Bozeman’s Main Street

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 9:00 PM EDT2017-04-19 01:00:13 GMT
    If the permit is approved, the motel on Main Street would be demolished within 75 days after the permit is issued. (MTN News photo)If the permit is approved, the motel on Main Street would be demolished within 75 days after the permit is issued. (MTN News photo)

    A Bozeman motel built in 1959, could be demolished at the end of this summer. The city planning department received a proposal to tear down the City Center Inn by the owner, Bozeman Exchange Associates. 

    A Bozeman motel built in 1959, could be demolished at the end of this summer. The city planning department received a proposal to tear down the City Center Inn by the owner, Bozeman Exchange Associates. 

  • UPDATE

    Woman killed in I90 construction accident identified

    Woman killed in I90 construction accident identified

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 7:30 PM EDT2017-04-18 23:30:37 GMT

    The woman killed Monday in an accident on Interstate 90 construction site near Livingston has been identified. Kathleen Louise Lee, 52, of Troy, Mont. was killed after being struck by a pickup truck that was being driven by another construction worker.

    The woman killed Monday in an accident on Interstate 90 construction site near Livingston has been identified. Kathleen Louise Lee, 52, of Troy, Mont. was killed after being struck by a pickup truck that was being driven by another construction worker.

  • Three Forks Middle School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Three Forks Middle School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 2:46 PM EDT2017-04-18 18:46:54 GMT

    Three Forks Middle School teacher Cathe Felz accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding purchases of supplies for the food science class for the school. 

    Three Forks Middle School teacher Cathe Felz accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding purchases of supplies for the food science class for the school. 

  • City commissioners approve SID for Ferguson/Oak improvements

    City commissioners approve SID for Ferguson/Oak improvements

    Tuesday, April 18 2017 10:40 AM EDT2017-04-18 14:40:26 GMT

    Bozeman City Commissioners voted Monday night on creating a fund to pay for improvements to Oak and Ferguson streets, however, the way they hope to do it has caused  contention between local governments. 

    Bozeman City Commissioners voted Monday night on creating a fund to pay for improvements to Oak and Ferguson streets, however, the way they hope to do it has caused  contention between local governments. 

  • Sen. Daines sees New Markets Tax Credit Program working at Universal Athletics

    Sen. Daines sees New Markets Tax Credit Program working at Universal Athletics

    Monday, April 17 2017 9:27 PM EDT2017-04-18 01:27:02 GMT

    Senator Steve Daines toured the new Universal Athletics headquarters Monday, a new facility in Midtown Bozeman, that was made possible through the New Markets Tax Credit Program. 

    Senator Steve Daines toured the new Universal Athletics headquarters Monday, a new facility in Midtown Bozeman, that was made possible through the New Markets Tax Credit Program. 

  • Construction worker killed by vehicle on I90 near Livingston

    Construction worker killed by vehicle on I90 near Livingston

    Monday, April 17 2017 8:59 PM EDT2017-04-18 00:59:09 GMT

    Montana Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash near the Livingston exit, 333. The crash was reported at approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday. The crash remains under investigation. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

    Montana Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash near the Livingston exit, 333. The crash was reported at approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday. The crash remains under investigation. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

  • Montana locations unveiled for Donald Trump Jr. campaign events

    Montana locations unveiled for Donald Trump Jr. campaign events

    Monday, April 17 2017 7:24 PM EDT2017-04-17 23:24:21 GMT

    Montana's republican congressional candidate will get a little help from President Donald Trump's son at campaign events across the state this week. 

    Montana's republican congressional candidate will get a little help from President Donald Trump's son at campaign events across the state this week. 

  • Bernie Sanders to campaign for Rob Quist across Montana

    Bernie Sanders to campaign for Rob Quist across Montana

    Monday, April 17 2017 7:11 PM EDT2017-04-17 23:11:47 GMT

    Former presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders will campaign in Montana for U.S. House candidate Rob Quist next month.

    Former presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders will campaign in Montana for U.S. House candidate Rob Quist next month.

  • Planned Parenthood facing challenges after President Trump legislation

    Planned Parenthood facing challenges after President Trump legislation

    Monday, April 17 2017 4:04 PM EDT2017-04-17 20:04:40 GMT

    Planned Parenthood in Montana currently serves over 15,000 Montanans. But federal funding for Planned Parenthood across the country could be pulled. President Donald Trump signed legislation Thursday, April 13, allowing states to withhold federal funds from Planned Parenthood

    Planned Parenthood in Montana currently serves over 15,000 Montanans. But federal funding for Planned Parenthood across the country could be pulled. President Donald Trump signed legislation Thursday, April 13, allowing states to withhold federal funds from Planned Parenthood

  • Bozeman man behind bars after being arrested with half-pound of meth

    Bozeman man behind bars after being arrested with half-pound of meth

    Monday, April 17 2017 1:23 PM EDT2017-04-17 17:23:16 GMT
    Edward P. Ellington, 37, was arrested on April 15, 2017 after being stopped for a traffic violation. (MTN News photo)Edward P. Ellington, 37, was arrested on April 15, 2017 after being stopped for a traffic violation. (MTN News photo)

    A Bozeman man is behind bars, facing drug charges after being arrested with approximately half-pound of meth. Edward P. Ellington, 37, was arrested on April 15, 2017 after being stopped for a traffic violation. 

    A Bozeman man is behind bars, facing drug charges after being arrested with approximately half-pound of meth. Edward P. Ellington, 37, was arrested on April 15, 2017 after being stopped for a traffic violation. 

  • Spring splash to help a good cause

    Spring splash to help a good cause

    Sunday, April 16 2017 9:37 PM EDT2017-04-17 01:37:07 GMT
    Splashing for cause (MTN News photo)Splashing for cause (MTN News photo)

    On Easter, many families in Bozeman donated to a charity without even knowing. 

    On Easter, many families in Bozeman donated to a charity without even knowing. 

  • Traveler takes a detour through Bozeman legal system

    Traveler takes a detour through Bozeman legal system

    Sunday, April 16 2017 12:00 AM EDT2017-04-16 04:00:21 GMT
    Took a wrong turn (MTN News photo)Took a wrong turn (MTN News photo)

    A 19-year-old Washington state woman road tripping to Minnesota to see her best friend, took a major detour after being caught with a series of drugs. Brooklyn Wyman faces five felony drug possession charges, and appeared in Justice Court Friday morning. 

    A 19-year-old Washington state woman road tripping to Minnesota to see her best friend, took a major detour after being caught with a series of drugs. Brooklyn Wyman faces five felony drug possession charges, and appeared in Justice Court Friday morning. 

  • April Showers Bring May...Meowers?

    April Showers Bring May...Meowers?

    Saturday, April 15 2017 9:52 PM EDT2017-04-16 01:52:04 GMT
    Kitty season kicks off (MTN News photo)Kitty season kicks off (MTN News photo)

    Kitten season is about to begin at Heart of the Valley animal shelter... as more babies are born... more will end up at the shelter than at other times of the year. 

    Kitten season is about to begin at Heart of the Valley animal shelter... as more babies are born... more will end up at the shelter than at other times of the year. 

  • Easter hopped into town a little early

    Easter hopped into town a little early

    Saturday, April 15 2017 9:07 PM EDT2017-04-16 01:07:05 GMT
    Finding eggs in the snow (MTN News photo)Finding eggs in the snow (MTN News photo)

    Bozeman kiddos got a head start on Easter at MSU’s practice fields on Saturday. Journey Church sponsored their annual Giant Easter Egg Hunt, and here are some sights and sounds straight from the egg hunters themselves.

    Bozeman kiddos got a head start on Easter at MSU’s practice fields on Saturday. Journey Church sponsored their annual Giant Easter Egg Hunt, and here are some sights and sounds straight from the egg hunters themselves.

  • Woman charged with trying to pawn contents of a car

    Woman charged with trying to pawn contents of a car

    Saturday, April 15 2017 7:15 PM EDT2017-04-15 23:15:10 GMT
    Samantha Fillion in court Friday (MTN News photo)Samantha Fillion in court Friday (MTN News photo)

    A woman is accused of taking a green Kia Sportage and attempting to pawn its contents. Samantha Fillion reportedly took the stolen vehicle from a Gran Tree Hotel parking lot on April 13. 

    A woman is accused of taking a green Kia Sportage and attempting to pawn its contents. Samantha Fillion reportedly took the stolen vehicle from a Gran Tree Hotel parking lot on April 13. 

  • The 42nd annual American Indian Council Powwow is taking place this weekend

    The 42nd annual American Indian Council Powwow is taking place this weekend

    Saturday, April 15 2017 5:34 PM EDT2017-04-15 21:34:58 GMT
    (MTN News photo)(MTN News photo)

    The MSU Fieldhouse is filled with energy this weekend as the 42nd annual MSU American Indian Council Powwow kicked off . The event began at 6:00 p.m. Friday.  

    The MSU Fieldhouse is filled with energy this weekend as the 42nd annual MSU American Indian Council Powwow kicked off . The event began at 6:00 p.m. Friday.  

  • States given option to withhold federal funding for Planned Parenthood clinics

    States given option to withhold federal funding for Planned Parenthood clinics

    Saturday, April 15 2017 4:56 PM EDT2017-04-15 20:56:58 GMT

    Planned Parenthood in Montana currently serves over 15,000 Montanans. But federal funding for Planned Parenthood across the country could be pulled. 

    Planned Parenthood in Montana currently serves over 15,000 Montanans. But federal funding for Planned Parenthood across the country could be pulled. 

  • Spring snow pictures flowing into the newsroom

    Spring snow pictures flowing into the newsroom

    Friday, April 14 2017 11:38 PM EDT2017-04-15 03:38:36 GMT
    Photo courtesy of Cheri Bessonen McCaulPhoto courtesy of Cheri Bessonen McCaul

    Viewers are sending in some great pictures of our spring/Easter snow.  More is falling again and we would enjoy showing off these great pictures. Some places in our viewing area have seen a light dusting and others have seen a lot of snow. 

    Viewers are sending in some great pictures of our spring/Easter snow.  More is falling again and we would enjoy showing off these great pictures. Some places in our viewing area have seen a light dusting and others have seen a lot of snow. 

  • MSU professor suing Walmart

    MSU professor suing Walmart

    Friday, April 14 2017 11:19 PM EDT2017-04-15 03:19:02 GMT
    Shares of the nation's largest retailer tumbled about 5% in early trading. (Credit: From Walmart)Shares of the nation's largest retailer tumbled about 5% in early trading. (Credit: From Walmart)

    A Montana State University professor is suing Wal-Mart for allegedly printing “CLEAN TOILETS” on his fishing license. According to court documents, Gilbert Kalonde purchased the license in April 2015, and gave a Wal-Mart employee an identification card listing his profession as “Faculty/Professional” at MSU. 

    A Montana State University professor is suing Wal-Mart for allegedly printing “CLEAN TOILETS” on his fishing license. According to court documents, Gilbert Kalonde purchased the license in April 2015, and gave a Wal-Mart employee an identification card listing his profession as “Faculty/Professional” at MSU. 

  • Spreading joy with painted rocks this weekend

    Spreading joy with painted rocks this weekend

    Friday, April 14 2017 9:40 PM EDT2017-04-15 01:40:57 GMT
    Hunting for rocks (MTN News photo)Hunting for rocks (MTN News photo)

    This weekend you may expect to find painted eggs hidden, but a group in Gallatin County is painting and hiding something else. A national trend has made its way to Bozeman and Gallatin Valley Rocks.

    This weekend you may expect to find painted eggs hidden, but a group in Gallatin County is painting and hiding something else. A national trend has made its way to Bozeman and Gallatin Valley Rocks.

  • Gallatin College offers opportunities for career changes

    Gallatin College offers opportunities for career changes

    Friday, April 14 2017 12:24 PM EDT2017-04-14 16:24:27 GMT
    The Trades Programs at Gallatin College are on the rise, but paying for any type of secondary schooling can be expensive. (MTN News photo)The Trades Programs at Gallatin College are on the rise, but paying for any type of secondary schooling can be expensive. (MTN News photo)

    Emory Danby, 33, was looking for a career change. “I thought that I still want to work with my hands, I still want to make something,” said Danby. “That's still my drive.” 

    Emory Danby, 33, was looking for a career change. “I thought that I still want to work with my hands, I still want to make something,” said Danby. “That's still my drive.” 

  • Dinner to honor sacrifice and bravery

    Dinner to honor sacrifice and bravery

    Friday, April 14 2017 9:54 AM EDT2017-04-14 13:54:56 GMT
    Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Arthur Petry (left) and Josh McCain joined Chet on Montana This Morning (MTN News photo)Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Arthur Petry (left) and Josh McCain joined Chet on Montana This Morning (MTN News photo)

    A Medal of Honor recipient will be honored and celebrated at an event on Saturday in Bozeman. Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Arthur Petry was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions of May 26, 2008, when he risked his life while saving the lives of two fellow Rangers

    A Medal of Honor recipient will be honored and celebrated at an event on Saturday in Bozeman. Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Arthur Petry was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions of May 26, 2008, when he risked his life while saving the lives of two fellow Rangers

  • Bozeman woman back in court after forging signature to get out of jail

    Bozeman woman back in court after forging signature to get out of jail

    Thursday, April 13 2017 11:15 PM EDT2017-04-14 03:15:18 GMT
    Judge remembered her face from a recent case. (MTN News photo)Judge remembered her face from a recent case. (MTN News photo)

    An 18-year-old woman charged with two felonies from last week, was back in Justice Court on Thursday facing an additional charge.  On March 14, Ruby Jean Anderson allegedly took a woman's keys from her purse at Target, stealing her cell phone and driving off in her SUV. 

    An 18-year-old woman charged with two felonies from last week, was back in Justice Court on Thursday facing an additional charge.  On March 14, Ruby Jean Anderson allegedly took a woman's keys from her purse at Target, stealing her cell phone and driving off in her SUV. 

  • Community market opening in Belgrade

    Community market opening in Belgrade

    Thursday, April 13 2017 9:23 PM EDT2017-04-14 01:23:04 GMT
    Starting a farmer’s market from the ground up is no easy task. (MTN News photo)Starting a farmer’s market from the ground up is no easy task. (MTN News photo)

    Something new is coming to Belgrade this summer. A Community Market in Lewis and Clark Park.  "We wanted to get together and figure out a way to make Belgrade better" said Committee Chair of the Belgrade Community Market Christine Stoppa. 

    Something new is coming to Belgrade this summer. A Community Market in Lewis and Clark Park.  "We wanted to get together and figure out a way to make Belgrade better" said Committee Chair of the Belgrade Community Market Christine Stoppa. 

  • Easy way to keep your ski memories alive all year round

    Easy way to keep your ski memories alive all year round

    Thursday, April 13 2017 4:47 PM EDT2017-04-13 20:47:46 GMT
    Virginia City Lift Chairs (MTN News photo)Virginia City Lift Chairs (MTN News photo)

    The Virginia City Chairlift has been taken down at Bridger Bowl and will soon be available to the public. Right now the chairlift is heading to Teton pass Ski Resort in Choteau.  There all the machinery, cables and chairs will be taken apart before anything can be sold. 

    The Virginia City Chairlift has been taken down at Bridger Bowl and will soon be available to the public. Right now the chairlift is heading to Teton pass Ski Resort in Choteau.  There all the machinery, cables and chairs will be taken apart before anything can be sold. 

  • Man charged with burglary after being seen wearing reportedly stolen backpack

    Man charged with burglary after being seen wearing reportedly stolen backpack

    Thursday, April 13 2017 2:34 PM EDT2017-04-13 18:34:22 GMT
    Jakob M. Page, 19, was charged with burglary in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday morning. (MTN News photo)Jakob M. Page, 19, was charged with burglary in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday morning. (MTN News photo)

    A man under investigation for stealing items from a Bozeman home was arrested after police witnessed him wearing a backpack from the burglary. Jakob M. Page, 19, was charged with burglary in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday morning. 

    A man under investigation for stealing items from a Bozeman home was arrested after police witnessed him wearing a backpack from the burglary. Jakob M. Page, 19, was charged with burglary in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday morning. 

  • Zoot Enterprises Inc. wants to expand in Billings

    Bozeman tech firm wants to expand in Billings

    Thursday, April 13 2017 11:11 AM EDT2017-04-13 15:11:15 GMT
    "I am really excited and proud to bring Zoot to Billings," said company CEO Chris Nelson. (MTN News/Jon Stepanek photo)"I am really excited and proud to bring Zoot to Billings," said company CEO Chris Nelson. (MTN News/Jon Stepanek photo)

    Zoot Enterprises Inc. announced Thursday they are interested in acquiring the GE building in west Billings. 

    Zoot Enterprises Inc. announced Thursday they are interested in acquiring the GE building in west Billings. 

  • Rob Quist campaigns with conservationists in Bozeman

    Rob Quist campaigns with conservationists in Bozeman

    Thursday, April 13 2017 12:53 AM EDT2017-04-13 04:53:42 GMT
    MTN News PhotoMTN News Photo

    Democratic candidate Rob Quist made a campaign stop in Bozeman Wednesday. Quist's opponent Greg Gianforte released on Wednesday that he will be opposing the Emigrant and Crevice mines. 

    Democratic candidate Rob Quist made a campaign stop in Bozeman Wednesday. Quist's opponent Greg Gianforte released on Wednesday that he will be opposing the Emigrant and Crevice mines. 

  • Solar panels are nothing new, but are they worth the hype?

    Solar panels are nothing new, but are they worth the hype?

    Wednesday, April 12 2017 10:25 PM EDT2017-04-13 02:25:35 GMT
    Saving money with solar panels (MTN News photo)Saving money with solar panels (MTN News photo)

    Homeowners aren't the only ones looking at installing solar panels to help with energy costs.  Bozeman Brewing is adding the feature to their business as they plan for the future.   Solar panels have been on top of the Emerson Center since 2014. 

    Homeowners aren't the only ones looking at installing solar panels to help with energy costs.  Bozeman Brewing is adding the feature to their business as they plan for the future.   Solar panels have been on top of the Emerson Center since 2014. 

  • Investigation reveals evidence of sexual misconduct at Yellowstone National Park

    Investigation reveals evidence of sexual misconduct at Yellowstone National Park

    Wednesday, April 12 2017 6:05 PM EDT2017-04-12 22:05:36 GMT
    (MTN Photo)(MTN Photo)

    An investigation into allegations of sexual and financial misconduct at Yellowstone National Park revealed evidence of what some park employees called a “men’s club” environment that tolerated unwelcome and inappropriate behavior toward female employees. 

    An investigation into allegations of sexual and financial misconduct at Yellowstone National Park revealed evidence of what some park employees called a “men’s club” environment that tolerated unwelcome and inappropriate behavior toward female employees. 

  • Montana Wilderness Association launches statewide on-line trail map

    Wednesday, April 12 2017 2:58 PM EDT2017-04-12 18:58:13 GMT
    Wild Montana Hike Guide (hike.wildmontana.org)Wild Montana Hike Guide (hike.wildmontana.org)

    Montana now has an on-line interactive map to connect hikers with trails. 

    Montana now has an on-line interactive map to connect hikers with trails. 

  • Bozeman commissioners shoot down Black Olive project

    Bozeman commissioners shoot down Black Olive project

    Wednesday, April 12 2017 9:36 AM EDT2017-04-12 13:36:15 GMT

    Bozeman City commissioners voted Tuesday night 4-1 to not pass the controversial Black Olive project. This was the second hearing the commission held for the proposed mid-rise apartment building.

    Bozeman City commissioners voted Tuesday night 4-1 to not pass the controversial Black Olive project. This was the second hearing the commission held for the proposed mid-rise apartment building.

  • Butte leaders emphasize gun safety to reduce teen suicide

    Butte leaders emphasize gun safety to reduce teen suicide

    Saturday, December 26 2015 1:36 PM EST2015-12-26 18:36:08 GMT
    Teen  suicide in Butte has been a troubling issue in recent years, and Sheriff Ed Lester and Father Patrik Berretta are working to address the problem.Teen suicide in Butte has been a troubling issue in recent years, and Sheriff Ed Lester and Father Patrik Berretta are working to address the problem.

    Youth suicide in Butte has been a troubling issue in recent years. MTN'S John Emeigh tells us about a local sheriff and priest who have teamed up to do their part in suicide prevention. Father Patrick Berretta attended the funeral of a young boy who took his own life with a firearm earlier this year and it moved him to take action. .

    Youth suicide in Butte has been a troubling issue in recent years. MTN'S John Emeigh tells us about a local sheriff and priest who have teamed up to do their part in suicide prevention. Father Patrick Berretta attended the funeral of a young boy who took his own life with a firearm earlier this year and it moved him to take action. .

  • Hot Second Half Boosts Wyoming Past Bobcats

    Hot Second Half Boosts Wyoming Past Bobcats

    Sunday, November 29 2015 11:04 AM EST2015-11-29 16:04:19 GMT
    Cats and Cowboys split the season series with one win apiece

    Cats and Cowboys split the season series with one win apiece

  • We meet again; MSU offense vs. UM defense

    We meet again; MSU offense vs. UM defense

    Friday, November 20 2015 4:02 PM EST2015-11-20 21:02:37 GMT
    Much has changed in the year since Montana State last faced arch-rival Montana in football. The Bobcats have fallen out of Big Sky title contention while Montana has changed coaches, quarterbacks, and replaced an array of talented players on both sides of the line of scrimmage.But one thing remains the same.

    Much has changed in the year since Montana State last faced arch-rival Montana in football. The Bobcats have fallen out of Big Sky title contention while Montana has changed coaches, quarterbacks, and replaced an array of talented players on both sides of the line of scrimmage.But one thing remains the same.

  • Bobcats release 2016 football slate

    Bobcats release 2016 football slate

    Thursday, November 19 2015 6:21 PM EST2015-11-19 23:21:55 GMT
    Montana State’s 2016 football schedule begins with the Bobcats’ oldest out-of-state rival, concludes with one of the oldest college football series in the West, and in between features six contests against teams still in contention for the 2015 FCS Playoffs.

    Montana State’s 2016 football schedule begins with the Bobcats’ oldest out-of-state rival, concludes with one of the oldest college football series in the West, and in between features six contests against teams still in contention for the 2015 FCS Playoffs.

  • Cats, Griz highlight 'Rivalry Week' in the Big Sky

    Cats, Griz highlight 'Rivalry Week' in the Big Sky

    Monday, November 16 2015 6:42 PM EST2015-11-16 23:42:34 GMT
    The Cats and Griz close football's regular season Saturday highlighting 'Rivalry Week' in the Big Sky Conference. 
    The Cats and Griz close football's regular season Saturday highlighting 'Rivalry Week' in the Big Sky Conference. 
  • Bobcats bounce back with 44-20 win at Idaho State

    Bobcats bounce back with 44-20 win at Idaho State

    Saturday, November 14 2015 10:51 PM EST2015-11-15 03:51:11 GMT
    Montana State bounced back Saturday on the football field with better defense and strong offense in a 44-20 road win at Idaho State.
    Montana State bounced back Saturday on the football field with better defense and strong offense in a 44-20 road win at Idaho State.
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  • Crews respond to rollover crash near Manhattan

    Crews respond to rollover crash near Manhattan

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 3:25 PM EDT2017-04-25 19:25:48 GMT

    Crews are at the scene of a rollover 2-3 miles west of Manhattan of a rollover crash.

    A reporter at the scene said road are slick due to rain and hail. It is unknown at this time if conditions contributed to the crash.

    A Mercy Flight has landed and Montana Highway Patrol and Gallatin County Sheriff deputies are at scene, but no other details are available at this time. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

    Crews are at the scene of a rollover 2-3 miles west of Manhattan of a rollover crash.

    A reporter at the scene said road are slick due to rain and hail. It is unknown at this time if conditions contributed to the crash.

    A Mercy Flight has landed and Montana Highway Patrol and Gallatin County Sheriff deputies are at scene, but no other details are available at this time. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

  • Montana Made: World's best burger is made in Montana

    Montana Made: World's best burger is made in Montana

    Tuesday, April 25 2017 10:47 AM EDT2017-04-25 14:47:30 GMT
    The Burger Dive serves up award winning lunch (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo)The Burger Dive serves up award winning lunch (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo)

    After playing football at Rocky Mountain College and spending 15 years working with children and families, Brad Halsten decided to follow his passion for food.

    After playing football at Rocky Mountain College and spending 15 years working with children and families, Brad Halsten decided to follow his passion for food.

  • Suspect in fatal hit and run near Great Falls faces charges

    Suspect in fatal hit and run near Great Falls faces charges

    Monday, April 24 2017 7:33 PM EDT2017-04-24 23:33:34 GMT
    Marvin Knutson (MTN News)Marvin Knutson (MTN News)

    The semi truck driver accused of fleeing the scene of a fatal crash he caused near Great Falls told farmers in Hardin that he had hit a deer, according to court documents. 

    The semi truck driver accused of fleeing the scene of a fatal crash he caused near Great Falls told farmers in Hardin that he had hit a deer, according to court documents. 

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