The Gallatin County Commission approved Belgrade’s new growth policy and parks and recreation plan on Tuesday, setting in motion work to update and expand zoning regulations in the growing city.
City and fire officials will be on hand next week to talk about a pending vote to annex the city of Belgrade into the Central Valley Fire District.
John James Audubon (1785–1851) was an ornithologist, wildlife artist, and naturalist. Born in the West Indies, he grew up in France. He came to the United States at age 18 and began studying birds. He traveled from Florida in the south, to Labrador, Canada, in the north, and to the Yellowsto…
The University of Montana’s Avian Science Center collects, synthesizes and communicates knowledge about birds and their ecosystems for the conservation of natural resources. This mission often translates to analyzing the approaches used to collect information about birds, improving the scien…
The Republican primary is shaping up in Belgrade’s House District 67. Jedediah Hinkle threw his hat in the ring last summer to represent the city and the surrounding agricultural ground to the north and east of Belgrade.
Belgrade had struggled shooting from the free-throw line in the past. Thursday was different.
The end result was a sixth consecutive loss for Belgrade Thursday night. But the defeat served as a valuable end of game lesson for the young team, and first-year coach Erin Nolte hopes to build off of it moving forward.
CHURCHILL — Maddie Liudahl has enjoyed plenty of success at Manhattan Christian, and hopes to continue to do so at the next level.
While Bozeman controlled the upper weights Tuesday night in its final home dual of the season, Belgrade dominated the lower weights.
Olivia Wegner saw an opening, dribbled through the lane, and scored on a contested layup. The bucket capped 6-0 run for Belgrade and Erika Gustavsen had seen enough.
Manhattan and Three Forks’ wrestling teams competed in the Cut Bank Booster Invitational over the weekend, and the teams combined to have four grapplers place.
MANHATTAN — Noting that it felt like home, Manhattan’s Kyle Hotvedt signed a letter of intent Monday to play football at the University of Montana-Western in Dillon.
CHURCHILL — After averaging 81.3 points per contest through six games to begin the season, Manhattan Christian’s offensive output sputtered a bit at times over the weekend.
“More than 1.5 million passengers passed through Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in 2019.” (Quote attributed to January 9, 2020, Belgrade News.) What do people do right before boarding an airplane in Belgrade and after departing the airplane? They use the facilities, flush a toile…
To my friends in Gallatin County,
As your U.S. Senator, it’s been my top priority to bring Montana commonsense to Congress, and in spite of the partisan politics that exist in Washington D.C., I’ve been working across the aisle this past year to get results for Montanans.
Diana Huckert, 76, of Manhattan, was called to heaven on Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Diana was born January 19, 1943 in Indianapolis, IN to Dean and Anna Williams. She was raised and educated in Pittsburgh, PA where she earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Seth Nathaniel Chesley, Jr., 89, of Belgrade passed away Saturday, December 7, 2019. Seth was born January 8, 1930 in Belgrade to Seth Chesley, Sr. and Cliffie Kay (Luhm) Caulkins.
ALLSOP — Allan Allsop, 83, of Bozeman passed away Sun, Nov 24. No services are planned.