The usually pro-business stance of the Belgrade City Council was flipped Tuesday when it denied a waiver request from Town Pump to build one-third mile of sidewalk along the west side of Jackrabbit Lane.

Belgrade’s newest City Council member Mike Meis acknowledges that he has “big shoes to fill” as successor to longtime Councilwomen Anne Koentopp, but he is looking forwarding to rapidly conquering the “learning curve” and joining his colleagues to further the welfare of the city. 

An RV parked behind a house in Manhattan burned Wednesday, and officials are releasing little information about the incident.

Curling up with a good book during winter’s coldest, darkest weeks is one of life’s little pleasures, and Belgrade residents are invited to share the experience with each other this year during the city’s first-ever “One Book Belgrade” community reading event.

Three Forks city officials will unveil the Japanese Memorial Plaque at Veteran’s Park on Feb. 1, at 10 a.m. The project was created by Three Forks fishing legend, Bud Lilly.