Our 'Broke in Bozeman' series kicks off with something uber practical: What is your favorite go-to, super cheap meal to make for about $5? We got a ton of great responses from listeners which we'll share with you. It's basically a list of Bozeman's favorite cheap comfort food.
We've all read about or experienced the problems recently with mail service in the Bozeman area. Staffing shortages have been affecting mail sorting and delivery but hopefully this week's USPS job fair will help fix the issue.
I'm talking money. Stretching the paycheck. Incentives that truly work. Bozeman is rapidly running out of time to figure out how to allow us "normal folks" to live here. Let's get insanely creative and throw all the ideas on the wall before it's too late.
Put plainly, I think perhaps people are getting pissed about paying hundreds of dollars per night for a middle-of-the-road hotel room around Bozeman. It seems that there are more and more fairly bad reviews of even our well thought of establishments.
Many cities in Montana have gas prices far below $4 a gallon, and you don't even need to fill up at a Costco or Sam's Club to find it. Regular gas stations (as of April 13th) are showing prices as low as $3.67 a gallon.
If you're quick with math, you'll note this is $363 per square foot. This Belgrade, MT condo is in pretty nice shape and located just south of the River Rock pond but remember: you'll also be forking over HOA fees every month too. Let's look at the real estate details.