Small Business Saturday, which takes place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Don't forget to visit historic downtown Bozeman on Saturday, Nov. 28 and give back to our economy.
Montana was ranked as the fourth most expensive state to raise a family in a recent study conducted by a financial website. This certainly doesn't surprise this father of two in Montana, where the cost of living is so high while average income is so low. Here's the breakdown from GoBankingRates.com:
The city of Bozeman has been ranked number four on a list of the 25 best college towns in which to live. The second annual rankings were made by SmartAsset, a financial technology company that provides research to individuals looking to make big financial decisions. The company’s rankings were based on such factors as rates of crime and unemployment, median incomes, housing costs and the local availability of dining and entertainment amenities.
Funny and disturbing at the same time, the politics of North Dakota's Bakken oil field are explained by John Oliver. Since we have so many folks from North Dakota here in Bozeman, I ask you - would you move back to Williston?
Expensive as hell? Yes. Low hanging fruit to make fun of people who have WAY more money than most? Certainly. But The Willson Residences (a set of 17 luxury condos) have me swooning. This virtually abandoned yet incredibly historic building is being transformed into something beautiful. I would like Unit S on the 3rd level, by the way.
You'll get 20 acres (horses allowed), 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 3 car garage, a creek and views of the Bridgers. Technically in the town of Belgrade, this home would be referred to as "up Springhill" even though that's not exactly true.
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