It’s been decades since a bugle fanfare called jockeys and their mounts to the starting gates beneath the Bridgers, but the memories of Belgrade’s glory days as a horse-racing destination haven’t faded for a number of longtime residents.
Manhattan Elementary School will host a Child Find event on Tuesday, Nov. 5 from 8:30 a.m. until noon. “On this day, we will be screening for early development, cognition, speech, and hearing,” officials said in a release. “Vision screening can also be arranged.” Call 284-3250 to schedule an…
A Belgrade man is facing charges accusing him of firing a gunshot to scare a person chasing him for stealing e-cigarette products and a water pipe from a Bozeman smoke shop.
Increased traffic along U.S. Highway 191 from Four Corners to Big Sky has prompted the Montana Department of Transportation to study the area to develop plans for possible road improvements.
Slow starts have plagued Belgrade’s volleyball team recently, and the unwanted trend continued Saturday afternoon.
Carl Bridwell described it as a bit of a mental lapse, and it ultimately sealed Belgrade’s loss Saturday afternoon. But the first-year coach wasn’t laying the blame on his team.
Not only did Manhattan Christian’s boys get an early look at the state course, but they blew away the competition Friday at the Great Falls Invitational.
In order to be considered an elite program, a team must be able to have success against top competition.
CHURCHILL — The past several weeks have been challenging, but veteran Manhattan Christian coach Jill Ayers has managed to keep things together.
With a long awaited victory at home against Jefferson on Tuesday, Charli Chapman feels like her team has finally turned a corner.
BOZEMAN — After emerging from the locker room below South Gym Thursday night, Jessica Christensen noted the electric atmosphere had still yet to dissipate.
Jessica Christensen lamented her team’s struggles Tuesday night in the Belgrade Special Events Center.
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed the deplorable condition of the exterior of our Belgrade Post Office?
It was fascinating last week to watch as British legislators did what American legislators would be wise to do; stand up for principle.
The majority of Montana’s community health centers (CHCs) are either located in or support satellite sites in rural communities across the state. Community Health Partners (CHP), with locations and services in Belgrade, Bozeman, Livingston and West Yellowstone, is part of a network of clinic…
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.