Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Bozeman Montana
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1. Obituary: Merrel Edwin Kesler
Merrel Edwin Kesler, 68, of Bozeman, Montana, passed away peacefully Thursday, July 17th, 2014 at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital surrounded by his family.
2. MSU Makes History with Nurse Doctoral Program
Montana State University College of Nursing makes history this year by offering the first and only doctoral degree program in the state.
3. Billings, Montana | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - A new political poll out by Public Policy Polling shows Republican Congressman Steve Daines continues to lead in the race for U.S. Senate, but Democratic incumbent Senator John Walsh is tightening the gap.
4. Kalispell, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana's rising temperatures bring an increase in the threat of West Nile Virus.
5. Missoula, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana's rising temperatures bring an increase in the threat of West Nile Virus.
6. Bozeman, MT | Continuous News and Weather
A few thunderstorms are firing up this afternoon locally in SW Montana and will continue to bring a few hit and miss storms our way into the early evening hours.
7. Great Falls and North Central Montana | Continuous News
JUDITH BASIN COUNTY -- Brian Neal Handy of Bozeman, 46 years old, died when his Cessna 150 airplane crashed on Monday at the Russian Flats airstrip in Judith Basin County.
8. Water Pipe Improvements in Bozeman
A water main break earlier today knocked out the water supply to about 20 homes in Bozeman. This is the second break within recent weeks, but city officials say there is nothing to be alarmed about.
9. Industry, MSU experts weigh in on chronic infections
BOZEMAN — For Brett Baker, president and CEO of Bozeman-based Microbion Corporation, the interplay of industry and academic science showcased by Montana State University’s Center for Biofilm Engineer
10. MSU's Tanner Roderick switches to receiver
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State football player Tanner Roderick has made the team's decision on a starting quarterback a lot easier. The former Bozeman High and Nevada quarterback asked coach Rob Ash if he could play wide receiver again this fall, figuring it would be best for ...

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 9:56 am MDT

Current Conditions:
Fair, 70 F

Forecast:
Wed - Mostly Sunny. High: 88 Low: 60
Thu - Sunny/Wind. High: 80 Low: 47
Fri - Sunny. High: 80 Low: 48
Sat - Sunny. High: 82 Low: 50
Sun - Sunny. High: 88 Low: 54

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