Author: Katheryn Houghton

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With two days left to sign up for health coverage, fewer Montanans have plans through the Affordable Care Act compared to this time last year,... [Read More]
A disability check pushed Shirley Kaufman's daughter $6 past qualifying for Medicaid. [Read More]
Heebs grocery can move into its new home next month despite delays on road upgrades surrounding the long-planned Bozeman marketplace off East Main Street. [Read More]
The final rules tied to federal funding for family planning care are due any day. Some Montana clinics are weighing whether they can survive without... [Read More]
Local government and nonprofit leaders working to connect people to affordable housing are hosting a tour Monday to show off the latest affordable projects in... [Read More]
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For Chris Boyd, there was always a bit of anxiety tied to Bozeman's beauty. He figured development was coming and wanted to make sure that... [Read More]
This week, less than an acre between businesses and neighborhoods became another small symbol of the split within Bozeman over how the city should grow. [Read More]
A panel of entrepreneurs Monday embodied an advertisement for the business city officials hope fills in a swath of Bozeman fighting to catch some of... [Read More]
City officials announced Monday that Bozeman's first affordable housing manager will "pursue other career options" seven months into the job. That comes as leaders are... [Read More]
After Bozeman leaders took sides on what to do with a nearly $300,000 budget shortfall, longtime Commissioner Jeff Krauss took his frustrations to the airwaves... [Read More]
No one in Montana is stepping into the role that reaches isolated populations to help connect people to health coverage. Planned Parenthood of Montana, which... [Read More]
Roughly 2,000 people in crisis arrive at Gallatin Mental Health Center each year. For the first time, the facility will create a new position to... [Read More]
Bozeman residents will pay more toward the land they own after city commissioners approved collecting $19.9 million in property taxes over the next year. That... [Read More]
Bozeman commissioners will look at increasing the city's water consumption and metering charges on Monday, which city staff say needs to happen to support Bozeman's... [Read More]
Most of Montana has spent less time under the haze of wildfires so far this year. But with predictions of lengthening fire seasons out West,... [Read More]
A light haze hangs over the Madison River as the morning warms the Gallatin Valley. The sun hits my back as my eyes follow the... [Read More]
How to make roads safe is a worldwide question. As Bozeman neighborhoods see more cars passing through four-way intersections and parked along streets, there's an... [Read More]
After a grocery chain's on-again, off-again relationship with Bozeman due to the city's building requirements, the look and layout of a proposed 75,000-square-foot store on... [Read More]
Sarah sat in her Livingston home with the front door locked and her eyes closed, picturing the path to Gallatin Mental Health Center in Bozeman... [Read More]
With nine weeks left to secure Bozeman voters' approval for a new police, fire and courts center, city leaders announced two upcoming town hall meetings... [Read More]
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