“Instead of sending search and rescue up there, it is my understanding that it was Jake and Ryan’s decision to go up there and check on that individual by themselves,” said Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin at a Sunday press conference. “Ryan jumped in Jake’s vehicle, a Chevy Tahoe; they…
The City of Belgrade has chosen to make temporary use of the Main Street building recently vacated by the Central Valley Fire District, rather than lease the property to an outside entity.
Manhattan Elementary School has been awarded a $15,000 grant for “closing the achievement gap” between its special education and regular education students in the area of English language arts.
Gallatin County’s first confirmed case of a vaping-associated pulmonary illness was announced this week on the same day that Gov. Steve Bullock issued a temporary ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes in Montana.
As they’ve done for much of the season, Manhattan Christian’s boys dominated Saturday in their regular season finale.
Following a strong start to Saturday’s conference match, Manhattan was unable to maintain the fire. The Tigers lost a District 5B clash against Townsend 25-20, 17-25, 20-25, 20-25 on senior-parent night.
Coming off a grueling two-day tournament in Missoula, Jessica Christensen wasn’t sure how much energy her team had left for Saturday’s conference match.
Belgrade planned on eliminating Billings West’s explosive plays and limiting its own turnovers.
MANHATTAN — After taking a three touchdown lead in the first quarter, things got a little dicey for Manhattan Friday night.
All three sets were tight early, but once Manhattan Christian got going it was an easy sweep Wednesday night.
Bozeman broke its huddle and players screamed as reserves headed to the sideline. Starters took the field and clapped. The Hawks embraced the weather they were about to play in.
BOZEMAN — Over the past three years no team has protected its home pitch quite like Bozeman. The Hawks have thwarted every attempt by visiting opponents, and capped another perfect home slate Thursday against Belgrade.
Ballots for the upcoming countywide special and municipal elections were mailed on Wednesday, October 16. Belgrade will be voting for mayor and councilmembers in each of the three wards. Along with the contests for municipal offices, countywide ballot issues – an ordinance to make county off…
If not now, when?
Imagine this. Student to teacher: “I need the day off to go protest global warming. My parents might not approve, but it’s something I simply must do. Any problem with that?” Teacher to student: “Of course not, Johnny. You have every right to join the protest and express your persona…
Walter Ronald Gee, 78, passed away September 5, 2019 at Bozeman Health Care in Bozeman, MT. He was born March 3, 1941 to Walter E. and Mary Gee in Bozeman. Walter served four years in the Navy after graduating from Gallatin County High School.
Duane K. Wilson died July 17, 2019. He was born Feb. 18, 1930, in Courtenay, ND and following several moves graduated from high school in Belgrade and attended Montana State University and Oregon State University. In 1953, he and Cora A. Droge were married in Belgrade.
INABNIT — Betty Inabnit, 82, of Bozeman passed away Fri, Sept 13. A Memorial Service will be Fri, Sept 20, 2 P.M. at Grace Bible Church.