One in five Americans has an eating disorder, and there is no reason to believe that the incidence is any lower among the health-conscious residents of the Gallatin Valley than it is elsewhere around the nation, experts say.
For the past several months, the nerves of Manhattanites have been as rattled as the ground beneath their feet throughout an unusually long stretch of noticeable earthquakes.
Bozeman and surrounding towns will host an assortment of events for the Fourth of July, from ice cream at the Museum of the Rockies to fireworks at the fairgrounds.
Despite the pivotal role Nelson Story’s played in the history of Bozeman and southwest Montana, it took almost 100 years after his death for a full-length autobiography to be written about him.
East Main Street in Belgrade runs in a stick-straight line parallel to the railroad track – that is, except for a rather pronounced jog near its intersection with Oregon Street, where the landmark once known as “Big Red” still stands.