After an arduous three years, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission recently adopted new rules aimed at curbing overuse of the Madison River.

It’s indicative of the bizarre times in which we live that county officials are forced sue a downtown bar because it refuses to comply with safety measures aimed at curbing the spread of a deadly virus.

Bozeman public schools are being stressed to a greater degree than ever before. As the coronavirus pandemic roars through the community, education officials are being pressured – heavily – to maintain face-to-face classes. And they have been doing their best to meet those demands. That is pu…

The challenges of the current pandemic have been real and severe for countless individuals, organizations and businesses throughout our community. For the local farm-to-table restaurant community, only a combination of endless hard work, ingenuity, agility and emergency funds (the PPP) have …

The ecosystem of the Madison and Gallatin ranges is one of the few places where a historically intact wildlife population comes into close contact with a large and fast-growing human population. That makes figuring out ways to protect everything that’s special about the Madison and Gallatin …

The Montana Rural Teacher Project is determined to solve Montana’s teacher shortage by paying Montanans to pursue a Masters in Teaching and helping them land a job educating Montana’s future leaders.