“A cool little hotel for downtown Belgrade” is scheduled to open Sept. 1 at 33 W. Main, according to the agent who brokered the acquisition of the historic building that will become a new “microhotel.”

Spring wheat production in Montana is forecast at 85.00 million bushels, up 6 percent from the July 1 forecast but down 11 percent from the 95.88 million bushels produced last year, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service reported. Estimated acreage for harvest, at 2.50 million acr…

A 22-year-old man who took didn’t take kindly to being asked to vacate a parking space was charged July 31 for assault with a weapon after he pointed a pistol at another man at a Zoot Way business.

After spending the past 32 years in Class A, and some 15 years of speculation about moving up to the Montana High School Association’s highest level, Belgrade is finally a member of Class AA beginning with the 2019-20 school year.

Erin Elgas is well known throughout the state for her prowess in the circle. Turns out the standout Belgrade pitcher is just as adept in the batter’s box.

Following three seasons at the helm, which included a pair of appearances at the State A tournament, Sarah Fowler has resigned as head coach of the girls basketball team at Belgrade.

The start of the school year is fast approaching and parents are feeling the weight of that endless to-do list: make sure the kids have every school supply on their scroll-sized list. Plan a shopping spree for new school clothes. Sports equipment? Dig out the old stuff and see if it fits or …

There is a lot of uncertainty in American healthcare. Policies change every year, from the federal level on down. Despite that uncertainty, there is a bright spot in healthcare that has held steady for more than 50 years – the Community Health Center network.

Recreational marijuana use is still outlawed in Montana, but people have easy access either through the medical marijuana law or from nearby states where recreational use is now legal.

Boyd Burton Nelson, 95, of Manhattan, was called to his heavenly estate on August 1, 2019. He passed in Bozeman with his family and friends by his side. He was the first born of three children to Ida and Dale Nelson in Enid, Oklahoma on May 8, 1924, and he spent his childhood in Carrier, Okl…

Don Arden Moss, 83, of Manhattan, passed away August 1, 2019 at his home after a long illness. He was born April 13, 1936, in Chloe, West Virginia.

MATNEY — Andrew Matney, 39, of Bozeman passed away Sun, July 28. Visitation will be Thu, Aug 1, from 5 to 7 P.M. at Dokken-Nelson. Funeral Services will be Fri, Aug 2, at 2 P.M. at Pilgrim Congregational Church with interment to follow at Sunset Hills Cemetery.