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Little Bear School House Museum ‘Antique Show’ is February 6 – 8

Don't miss the annual Little Bear Antique Show at the the Gallatin County Fairgrounds this Friday, February 6 - Sunday, February 8. Dealers will set up booths in two buildings, filled with merchandise ranging from furniture, glassware, linens, collectibles, and much more!

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How Much Will You Spend on Valentine’s Day? [POLL]

Red may be the color of love, but you can bet the green will be flying this Valentine’s Day.

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Tax Preparation Gets Underway Ahead Of April Deadline
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HRDC’s Community Cafe Now Offering FREE Tax Assistance

Local IRS trained tax preparers are offering FREE tax preparation assistance through the VITA program (Volunteer Tax Assistance Program) at The Community Cafe and HRDC offices through April 15. Here's what you need:

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Photo courtesy: Hemera
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Snowmobiler Injured Near West Yellowstone

A snowmobiler was rescued after his sled went off trail and struck a tree near West Yellowstone today.

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MSU Warns Students of Phone Scam

Montana State University Police issued a warning today about a phone scam targeting MSU students.

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Kristian Dowling, Getty Images
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Ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers Guitarist John Frusciante Goes Electronic as Trickfinger

Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante is showing off his electronic music influence with his latest project.

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Governor Bullock peers out over the abandoned Romney Gym pool. The old pool now represents the wasted space that could be repurposed for student support facilities. (Picture: Levi Worts)
Governor Bullock peers out over the abandoned Romney Gym pool. The old pool now represents the wasted space that could be repurposed for student support facilities. (Picture: Levi Worts)
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Remodeling Romney?

In the midst of all the new construction happening at Montana State University, Gov. Steve Bullock toured the Romney Gym to meet with students and campus officials about the old building's future. However, the state still has to vote on whether or not they will release the funds to the university. The price tag? $28 million.

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Credit: Ingram Publishing
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Bozeman Man Killed in Crash Identified

The identity of a Bozeman man who died in a Monday crash in Gallatin County has been identified.

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Poverty Rate Rises To 15 Year High
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7th Annual ‘Project Homeless Connect’ is Saturday, January 31

The Greater Gallatin Homeless Action Coalition, HRDC, the Greater Gallatin United Way, the Town Pump Charitable Foundation and the Gilhousen Foundation are pleased to announce the 7th Annual Project Homeless Connect on Saturday, January 31. Area service providers will be on hand to give FREE haircuts, chiropractic work, dental care, medical care, food, and more!  All are welcome, and no appointment is necessary.

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Downtown’s New Lost and Found?

On a recent walk downtown, I noticed gloves on the iron tree guards, bike racks and a towel on a light post. Clearly, Bozemanites have banded together to start a "I had one too many and lost a glove last night" collection system

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International Talent Show Set for January 31 at MSU

 

Alliance Française de Bozeman and the Montana State University Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will host a variety show of professional and amateur artists from around the world on Saturday, Jan. 31 at MSU’s Reynolds Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m.

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Neko Case Coming to Bozeman

American singer-songwriter Neko Case is making a stop in Bozeman this spring.

Known for her solo career as well her work with the Canadian indie rock group The New Pornographers, Case is scheduled to perform at the Emerson Center for the Arts in Culture on April 22

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