By many accounts, Belgrade’s Fourth of July frivolity was too loud and lasted too long this year, prompting the City Council to schedule a future discussion about the city’s fireworks ordinance.
More than three-quarters of Montanans are wearing face masks, avoiding crowded public places and practicing social distancing in response to the coronavirus, according to a survey conducted by the University of Chicago in late May and early June. Responses were collected from 257 adult Monta…
As I stood on the portion of a downed tree that had fallen into the water from the southern end of Cresent Lake while taking a photo, a young woman emerged from behind the cover of trees and stopped dead in her tracks.
Casey Elfland knew she was headed out of state to attend college. The destination appeared to be in Idaho, but now the Manhattan graduate is Wyoming bound.
THREE FORKS — With a few of days off for the holiday weekend, coaches from Belgrade and Gallatin Valley noted players were sluggish in their return Monday at Imerys Field.
Standing atop Mount Blackmore on a windy morning over the Fourth of July weekend, the view was astounding in every direction for as far as the eye could see. It’s easy to feel as if one is on top of the world.
Toby Robinson has accepted the offer to become Belgrade High School’s activities director pending school board approval at the July 13 meeting.
The Gallatin Valley Outlaws lost their first three games at the 35th Annual Hladky Memorial Tournament in Gillette, Wyo. But they salvaged the weekend with a 6-5 victory against Premier West on Saturday.
There are plenty of hiking trails around Hyalite Lake that lead to spectacular views, waterfalls or a lake. Among them is the scenic trek to Emerald Lake.
MANHATTAN — For the fifth time in as many years, Manhattan has a new head girls’ basketball coach. Charli Chapman has been approved by the school board to take over the struggling program.
At a hearing Wednesday Sen. Steve Daines presented his Montana Water Rights Protection Act to the members of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. The legislation, which is co-sponsored by Sen. Jon Tester, will define the federally reserved water rights of the Confederated Salish & Kooten…
The United States Supreme Court released its decision in the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. The ruling overturned a Montana Supreme Court decision and concluded an 11 year battle to bring school choice to the Treasure State. The decision was a huge victory, not just for…
America’s Founders regarded a free press as so vital to the new nation that they took care to include that right in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
The family of Rudolf W. “Rudy” Nelson announce his passing at the family home in Livingston on May 29, 2020. He was 85.
…And just like that, the world got dimmer and heaven got brighter…
Bruce Arthur Marcott, 62, of Belgrade, passed away April 23, 2020. Bruce was born April 28, 1957 in Medford, WI to Wilfred and LaVerna (Thieme) Marcott.