A private-equity-backed firm is investing in Washington state water and hopes to create a massive water market that spans much of the state.
CHURCHILL — After clinching a berth to the state tournament Friday, longtime Manhattan Christian coach Jill Ayers felt her team came out a little flat Saturday afternoon.
MANHATTAN — Through 12 minutes of play Saturday afternoon, it was a defensive stalemate. Manhattan and Missoula Loyola had combined for six punts and just one first down in a quarterfinal game of the Class B playoffs.
CHURCHILL — Following the post match celebration in the locker room, longtime Manhattan Christian coach Jill Ayers noted her players commented about smelling blue floors.
Belgrade was as confident as it had been all season.
CHURCHILL — It wasn’t the cleanest performance to cap the day, but Manhattan Christian dominated nonetheless.
After Belgrade earned a side out on the first point of the match Saturday afternoon, Taylor Christensen unexpectedly took off her warmups.
MANHATTAN — Knowing that the opposition has been stacking the box in an attempt to shut down the ground attack, Chris Grabowska opened up the playbook Saturday afternoon.
Charli Chapman is grateful the district tournament no longer dips into the weekend. Her players need a couple of days to recuperate following an exhausting 48 hours in the Belgrade Special Events Center.
I'm currently running for a seat on the City of Belgrade Commission from Ward Two. I'm running as a write in candidate. My name is Donald C. Holstein and I have lived in Belgrade since 1985. I'm a graduate of MSU, with a degree in political science and graduated with honors i.e. 3.63 I have …
Four years ago, the media were talking about a “Libertarian Moment.”
Last weekend marks the beginning of the general big game hunting season in Montana.
MCKEE — Judy McKee, 75, of Bozeman passed away Sat, Oct 26. Services will be next spring.
Deputy Jake Allmendinger 31, of Belgrade went to be with the Lord on the evening of Oct. 19, 2019. Blessed are the Peacemakers for they shall be Called Children of God. Matthew 5:9
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.