Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Bozeman Montana
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1. MSU, Extension experts team with wheat growers to combat new pest
BOZEMAN - Montana State University and wheat growers across the state are working together to protect the state's billion-dollar wheat industry from a tiny orange midge capable of inflicting major damage to the crop.
2. Missoula, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana State University is busier than it's been all summer as thousands of freshman moved into their dorms on campus Wednesday.
3. MSU LB Foster declared eligible for season
BOZEMAN - Montana State senior linebacker Michael Foster was granted a waiver by the NCAA,the Bobcats announced Tuesday. The waiver reinstates Foster's eligibility for 2014 after he serves a four-game suspension to open the season.
4. Rep. White calls land transfer unrealistic, but does advocate for greater local control
BILLINGS The transfer of federal lands to the state of Montana is too technically complex to be realistic, according to state Rep. Kerry White, R-Bozeman, although he does support more local input on how federal lands are managed.
5. Bozeman, MT | Continuous News and Weather
HELENA -- Governor Steve Bullock reflected on economic data released Friday, boasting that Montana has a booming economy.
6. MSU welcomes freshmen to campus during annual Move-in Day
BOZEMAN - Montana State University is busier than it's been all summer as thousands of freshman moved into their dorms on campus Wednesday.
7. Kalispell, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana State University is busier than it's been all summer as thousands of freshman moved into their dorms on campus Wednesday.
8. Walsh postpones campaign events, no word on political future
BOZEMAN - Montana Senator John Walsh (D) was a no-show Tuesday at a fundraiser and postponed two upcoming public appearances in Bozeman with little explanation.
9. Elk poaching near Canyon Creek under investigation
BOZEMAN - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wardens are investigating the recent poaching of a bull elk near Canyon Creek northwest of Helena. The animal was discovered about a quarter of a mile off Lincoln Road in an alfalfa field.
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BOZEMAN - Montana State University is busier than it's been all summer as thousands of freshman moved into their dorms on campus Wednesday.

James J. Hill of the Great Northern Railroad founded Bozeman in 1891. Since that time, the City of Bozeman has continued to grow in population reaching an estimated 20,000 in 2007. As the largest city in Northwest Montana, Bozeman serves as the county seat and commercial center of Flathead County. The City is considered a secondary trade center with a trade area of approximately 130,000. The city also is home to one of the top 100 hospitals in America, Bozeman Regional, which boasts a 100-bed facility, and a physician staff of 139 doctors.

Historic Bridge in Bozeman

Perhaps the greatest asset of the city is its location. Nestled in a beautiful valley, Bozeman is only 31 miles from Glacier national Park 22 miles from Hungary Horse Dam. Skiers have access to Big Mountain Ski Resort and Black Tail Ski Resort each only 17 miles away. And for the water enthusiast, Flathead Lake is only 7 miles away, boasting over 27 miles of continuous waterways. With the best of both winter and summer fun, Bozeman is truly a unique and marvelous destination.

Conditions for Bozeman, MT at 1:56 am MDT

Current Conditions:
Fair, 45 F

Forecast:
Mon - Clear. High: 67 Low: 46
Tue - Sunny. High: 79 Low: 50
Wed - Mostly Sunny. High: 67 Low: 38
Thu - Mostly Sunny. High: 64 Low: 40
Fri - Sunny. High: 71 Low: 43

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