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Citing a lack of alternatives and a pressing need to fill in gaps in Bozeman’s street network, city commissioners voted 4-0 Monday to create a new tax district to fund upgrades to roads and intersections by levying additional charges to property owners.

The Bozeman homeowner who demolished his historic home without an appropriate permit as he began a renovation project in April now faces criminal charges, continuing a case that has raised questions about the city’s ability to enforce its historic preservation regulations.

After years of consolidation in the Gallatin Valley health care industry, Bozeman Deaconess Health Services announced Monday that it will reorganize under a new name, Bozeman Health.

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A federal judge kept a timber sale near Hebgen Lake on hold Monday, ruling against two federal agencies’ bid to throw out an injunction filed by environmental groups.

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