Author: Katheryn Houghton

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Montana's health department is drafting letters to the families of 24,000 kids who rely on federal dollars for health coverage. The message is simple: Their... [Read More]
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The latest national estimates show a spike in homelessness in Montana, and Bozeman mirrors that jump, according to HRDC. [Read More]
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In early September, a developer stood before Bozeman's leaders and told them more, and bigger, development is on its way. [Read More]
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What happens with roughly $200,000 left over from a city of Bozeman lawsuit settlement in 2005 is under debate in the latest chapter of an... [Read More]
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The Trust for Public Land has handed over roughly 5 acres to Bozeman to create a new base for the city's recreation division and a... [Read More]
Bozeman's free public bus system is getting a boost over the next six months to increase its routes. Whether those expanded services remain, however, hinges... [Read More]
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After years of overseeing the development of Bozeman's plan to guide future city goals and big-dollar projects, city commissioners have left the document unfinished for... [Read More]
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While a new report shows Bozeman has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 5 percent since 2012, the growing city is a long... [Read More]
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It started with a cough. The virus eventually found its way into Chris Kowalski's chest. [Read More]
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Signups for the Affordable Care Act's marketplace are outpacing previous years by hundreds of thousands of enrollees, a ripple that seems to have hit Montana. [Read More]
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From her new office on the second floor of Bozeman City Hall, Andrea Surratt described following a city planner through worn neighborhoods of North Carolina.... [Read More]
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Bozeman's leaders are rewriting rules that guide the city — from where medical marijuana dispensaries can set up shop to where and how people can... [Read More]
The second year Judy Cornell's husband and son went hunting without her, she loaded her Subaru with her black lab and her Remington and headed... [Read More]
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As the City of Bozeman and Gallatin County continue an effort to get voters to back repairs for the area's aging Law and Justice Center,... [Read More]
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Bozeman commissioners will look over options to fix or replace the outdated Law and Justice Center as the city and Gallatin County attempt to find... [Read More]
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A Bozeman nonprofit has plans to create a neighborhood with homes for residents who typically make too much to qualify for housing support but too... [Read More]
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Bozeman voters elected a current city commissioner as the city's future mayor along with an incumbent and a new face to serve on the governing... [Read More]
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Bozeman's elected officials hit a wall voting on the city's first strategic plan and again fell into the question of whether there's enough time to... [Read More]
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Bozeman's leaders will narrow their project priorities for the first plan that outlines the city's growth for the next three to five years. [Read More]
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Most days around 4 p.m., a bus arrives at the Valley Creek house as its residents return from work and day programs. [Read More]
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