The Belgrade City Council took action this week to establish a program for making loan funds available to local businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In hopes of preventing the odor of sewage from lingering too long in Belgrade next spring, the city council on Monday authorized the purchase of aeration equipment for its lagoons, even though it hasn’t yet awarded a contract for upgrading and expanding the wastewater treatment plant.
GLEN (AP) —When Bill Childrey woke up last Saturday morning, he saw that skies were overcast over his place on the Big Hole near Notch Bottom ‚Äî perfect for summer dry-fly fishing.
A Montana water rights bill that would end a years-long debate was passed by a congressional committee today, the next step in ensuring irrigators and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes can avoid lengthy and costly adjudication of irrigation rights.
It was an agonizing spring for Ellie Milesnick, who like every other high school senior across the country had to come to terms that there would be no softball season.
Had no one known any different, it would have appeared they’d been playing together all summer.
It was still early in the contest, but Belgrade had an opportunity to gain some much needed momentum Saturday morning. Missed offensive opportunities, however, doomed the team in a season-ending loss in Lewistown.
Belgrade has boasted a potent offensive attack throughout the season, but it sputtered at an inopportune time Friday in Lewistown.
Down five runs entering the seventh, Gallatin Valley pulled off the improbable Thursday in Lewistown. The Outlaws rallied to tie the game and extra innings appeared to be looming.
If there were any nerves Belgrade’s players kept them hidden Thursday morning in Lewistown.
THREE FORKS — With the bases loaded and no outs in the top of the fourth, Mason Jacobsen remained positive on the mound.
THREE FORKS — Coby Richards drove in five runs at the plate and scattered seven hits on the mound Saturday as Belgrade clinched a berth to the state tournament for the first time since 2018.
There are many issues that are facing Montanan’s in today’s challenging times. Senators Daines and Tester have shown that Montana property rights and the protection of those property rights matters in their co-sponsorship of S. 3019 – The Montana Water Rights Protection Act. The Association …
Yard/garage sale signs need to be taken down after the sale is over. It’s up to the individual who nailed/taped them to do so. The used ones after the sale is over, look horrible and are all ripped up. Every year this happens and the torn used old ones look messy.
At a time when some are vilifying law enforcement, I am writing to publicly express my appreciation and respect for our county’s law enforcement officers. While serving as a Gallatin County Commissioner, I dealt closely with our Sheriff and his great officers and staff. Law enforcement offic…
On Friday, July 24th, 2020, Jessie Anne (Roemhild) Grooms passed away from medical complications. Jessie was born in Bozeman, Montana on June 23rd, 1955 to George and Mary Roemhild. She and her sister, Sue, spent their childhood exploring Montana’s beauty with their parents. It was during th…
MOLENDYK — Kay Molendyk, 87, of Bozeman passed away Fri, July 10. A Memorial Service will be July 31, 11 A.M. at Belgrade United Reformed Church.
William “Bill” T. Wehren, 59 passed away peacefully in his home in Richey, Montana on Sunday, July 5, 2020 following a brief illness. Silha Funeral Home of Glendive, MT is entrusted with arrangements.