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A recent survey of state Department of Public Health and Human Services employees found widespread dissatisfaction with the agency’s management. Nearly 1 in 5 employees are planning to leave their job in the next 12 months. Employees reported low morale and a toxic work environment.

Bozeman area residents are frustrated with interruptions in postal deliveries. Many rural customers reported not receiving their mail for a week. Local Postal Service officials say the delays are due to staffing shortages. It seems the service is experiencing the same hiring problems other e…

The Montana State Library Commission narrowly voted recently to reject a new logo for the library after some commissioners voiced concerns at a June meeting that the multicolored spectrum included in the logo resembled the LBGTQ Pride flag and would spark controversy. The vote is dishearteni…

During the weekend of June 24, 25 and 26 the Bozeman Symphony staged concerts featuring the works of John Williams, the prolific movie score composer with theme music for such hit series as Star Wars, Harry Potter and Jurassic Park to his credit. The concerts were a big hit and well attended…

Staff and volunteers for Bozeman’s summer lunch program are applauded for their efforts. They provide free, wholesome, nutritious, locally grown food for kids when schools are out of session and not meeting the demand.

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