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MSU to Celebrate American Indian Heritage Day on Friday, September 26

Montana State University will observe American Indian Heritage Day with a variety of FREE events on Friday, September 26 on MSU's Centennial Mall (behind Montana Hall).

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Don’t Miss ‘Octoberfest’ at The Rockin’ TJ Ranch on Saturday, October 4

Join The Rockin' TJ Ranch for an evening of beer, brats, Brewery Follies and polka at their Octoberfest event on Saturday, October 4!

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Montana Set to Get Another Obamacare Insurance Provider

Nationally, 77 new health insurance providers will be selling plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges this November, and one of those new providers will be selling in Montana.

"We have a fourth issuer who will be selling in the marketplace next year," said Montana Securities and Insurance Commissioner Communications Director Jennifer McKee

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Students’ Good Grades Can Now Earn Them Skiing Discounts at Big Sky Resort

 

Big Sky Resort is encouraging students to strive for academic improvement while experiencing the benefits of outdoor recreation through their M-BAR-T Program and participation in Bozeman High School’s Project Excel Program.

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Montana Historical Society’s Annual History Conference is September 18 – 20

"Montana Milestones: Celebrating 150 Years of Montana History" will be the theme of the Montana Historical Society's 41st annual History Conference, a three-day event to be held in Helena from September 18 - 20.

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Alpha Gamma Rho’s 2014 Testicle Festival is Saturday, September 27 at the Fairgrounds

Montana State University's agricultural fraternity, Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR), is proud to announce their 2014 Testicle Festival, with music headliner Kyle Park, at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 27 at 7 pm.

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First Case of Enterovirus Confirmed in MT, Here’s What Parents Need to Know

Hundreds of children across the United States have been hospitalized with a strain of an enterovirus known as EV-D68. The first case of this serious respiratory illness has now been confirmed in Montana. Here's what parents need to know.

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MT Shakespeare in the Parks is Having A Garage Sale on Sunday, September 14

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is running out of storage room and is cleaning house! Don't miss their one-day only Garage Sale this Sunday, September 14 from 10 am - 4 pm at the MSU Black Box Theater.

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MSU Business College to Honor Montana Family Businesses in Bozeman on October 10

The 21st annual Montana State University Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship State Farm Insurance Family Business Day Awards Luncheon is Friday, October 10 at the Best Western Plus GranTree Inn in Bozeman. Thre will be a Keynote Speaker Presentation, Luncheon, and Awards Ceremony honoring eight businesses.

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Big Sky Resort License Plates Will Be Made Available to Montana Residents

A license to ski Big Sky will soon be official! Big Sky Resort teamed up with Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) to bring the 'Biggest Skiing in America' license plate to Montana residents. The Montana license plate features a photo of the iconic Lone Peak at Big Sky Resort.

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Montana Earns Recognition As State With the Best Colleges

Montana State University and other higher education institutions in the state have earned Montana recognition for being the state with the best overall colleges in the U.S., according to a ranking system developed by the research group FindTheBest.

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Gallatin County Now Allowing Open Burning

Fire districts in Gallatin County are once again allowing open burning. Fire officials agree it is an appropriate step to re-open controlled burning, given the recent rain, cooler weather, and shorter days. The controlled burning season ends November 30. Activate a burn permit here.

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