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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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Montana Tourism Industry on the Rise – 2015 Looking Good, Predicts Tourism Director

According to a report by the University of Montana, the state of Montana's tourism industry is strong.

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Big Sky Resort Is Up To New Tricks!

Snow conditions at Big Sky Resort have been great, and all seven terrain parks from beginner to advanced are open. There are new and added elements to Big Sky Resort's terrain parks, which now include over 62 features for skiers and snowboarders to launch their tricks!

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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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Bar Staffers Use Duct Tape to Detain Rowdy Patron

On Saturday night, January 24, a Stevensville resident found himself at the mercy of the owner and bartender of the Rustic Hut after a violent outburst led to the patron being handcuffed with duct tape. 

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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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Breaking News: 6-Year-Old Three Forks Child Dies in Bathtub

At approximately 4:46 p.m. on January 27, 2015, a 911 call was received regarding a 6-year-old, Three Forks female child, who was unconscious and not breathing in a bathtub. The child was later pronounced dead at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.

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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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10th Annual Winter Backcountry Film Festival is February 11 at the Emerson

The Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival, "celebrating the human powered winter experience through film" while helping to raise funds and awareness for Winter Wildlands, is coming to the Emerson Crawford Theater on Wednesday, February 11!

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Montana Author Allen Cooper to Read and Sign His Novel at Hastings in Bozeman on January 30

Montana State University graduate and Red Lodge resident, Allen Andrew Cooper, will be hosting a reading and book-signing of his novel, Return to Madison River, at Hastings (1601 W Main St) on Friday January 30th from noon to 2 p.m.

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13th Annual Wild West Winterfest is Saturday, February 14

Non-stop winter fun is coming to the Gallatin County Fairgrounds on Saturday, February 14. This year's Wild West WinterFest is bringing back a bunch of your favorite events, such as Skijoring, Chili Cook-Off, Dog Keg Pull, Trail Horse Battle, Hockey tournament, historic activities, demonstrations, and more. There will also be all new events!

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Set to Speak at Montana State University on March 4

Renowned astrophysicist, cosmologist, TV host, and author Neil deGrasse Tyson will lecture at MSU's Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Wednesday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m.

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