It’s springtime in Montana. So far, the annual eau de printemps from Belgrade’s sewage treatment lagoons is not wafting on the breeze.
After a full year of COVID-19 restrictions and initially being physically closed to the public, next week the Belgrade Library will hold its first used book sale in a year.
Nancy Todd has spent the past week since her appointment to the Three Forks City Council “getting up to speed on the issues the council is facing” in the town where she has lived her entire life.
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.
Belgrade citizens are being asked to weigh in with their opinions before the city prepares grant applications for sidewalk projects in various places around town.
After lengthy discussion, a public hearing, and professional scientific presentations drawing divergent conclusions, the Manhattan Town Council last week approved a 20-year contract with T-Mobile, allowing the cellular provider to lease space for an antenna on the municipal water tower.
After a sporadic investigation dating back to 2015, two different personal attorneys and a completed deal for deferred prosecution, state District Court Judge Mike Menahan dismissed charges of felony theft and official misconduct against Broadwater County Commissioner Laura Obert.