In this corner of Montana ag land, this could herald The End of Days. Or be evidence of The Coming Apocalypse:
The Montana Transportation Commission will consider awarding a construction contract later this month for a new rest area near Three Forks to replace the existing facility at the 19th Avenue/Interstate 90 interchange in Bozeman.
Farm Bureau applauds the state of Montana for filing an amicus curiae with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the petition filed by the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) challenging the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 12.
In 1999, the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport served about 222,000 passengers and had service to four direct destinations: Seattle, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis and Butte.
The Gallatin County Planning Department has approved a floodplain permit for NorthWestern Energy to place a natural gas pipeline under the Gallatin River as part of a larger project to construct a vacation rental destination on an island in Gallatin Gateway.