When Cathy Zabinski decided to write her first book, she steered away from topics she has studied for nearly three decades: soil ecology, remediation of damaged ecosystems and crop rotations. Instead, she picked a new topic, one she could learn about along with her readers. For her main char…

While the current political focus is mostly trained on the issues and candidates to be decided on Nov. 3, a handful of Belgrade residents is working hard to secure a spot on the ballot for a measure to be considered a year from now.

An afternoon high-speed chase near Manhattan ended with the incarceration of a 21-year-old Three Forks man accused of driving recklessly while attempting to elude an officer earlier this month.

Even as the Belgrade Library continues to modify its programs to best serve patrons during the pandemic, it has been decided to open the building to the public five days a week for the first time since March.

With no indication that Belgrade’s building boom will slow down anytime soon, city officials are working with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to figure out exactly how many more building permits the state agency will allow the city to issue before the city’s wastewater …

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The co-workers hoping to succeed Jennifer Brandon as Gallatin County Clerk of District Court are thoroughly familiar with the operations of the office where they both have worked for many years.

Heading into the state meet Belgrade’s runners knew they weren’t in contention for hardware at the 57th Annual MHSA State Cross Country Championships. Still, they put together a strong performance in brutally cold and windy conditions Saturday at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell.

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Make room in the trophy case, Manhattan Christian. Because the cross-country teams have brought home not one, but two state championship trophies to display.

As the leaders created some distance from the rest of the pack during the first mile, Hallie Hemenway remained patient as the snow began to intensify Saturday afternoon. The last thing she wanted to do was expend too much energy in the early going.

In a shortened season, trimmed even more by 11 days of quarantine due to positive Covid-19 cases, victory eluded Belgrade this fall.

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Agriculture is facing very pressing issues today that will determine the viability of family-owned operations.  Future Federal and state administrations, governors, senators, representatives, and local governments are all going to have to make these issues a priority if our rural economy and…

Wyatt “Lee” Frost passed away peacefully with family by his side on October 2, 2020, at Peace Hospice in Great Falls, MT.

On October 2, 2020, our beloved mother, grandmother, and “GG,” Ruth Strickler, went home to be with our Lord after a long, beautiful life.

Bradley Clark Matthews, 50, of Belgrade, Montana passed away September 20, 2020. Brad was born in Brookhaven, Mississippi to Olif and Carolyn Clark Matthews on August 12, 1970. He was one of four siblings.