Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Bozeman Montana
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1. Bobcats build cushion, then hold off Bears
During a journey to Bozeman, Montana, the University of Central got knocked down by Dakota.
2. MSU Extension, USDA announce Farm Bill meetings in 28 communities
BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension, in partnership with U.S. Department of Agriculture, will be visiting 28 Montana communities this fall to conduct a series of informational meetings about important new programs authorized by the Agricultural Act of 2014.
3. Is Montana a ‘red’ or ‘blue’ state? Lots of both, actually – and very much divided
Editor’s note: This is the first installment of a two-day series on the divided political landscape in Montana, which is neither “red” nor “blue,” but somewhere in between. 
4. Red or blue? Montana remains a politically divided state
BOZEMAN – As Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss sips his coffee at The Leaf and Bean on Main Street, he compares the politics of his county to something you might find in the coffeehouse’s pastry case.
5. Bozeman, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana State had taken a 37-13 lead over Central Arkansas at the end of three quarters.
6. Obituary: Betty Moody Hancock
Betty Moody Hancock, age 92, died September 12, 2014 at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital after a brief illness. She was married to AJ Hancock for nearly 70 years. Wearing a red velvet dress, Betty met AJ on a blind date, and they were married on January 9, 1945, embarking together on a long life of extraordinary love and devotion. Together they raised three children, daughters, Leslie Seifert of ...
7. Senate candidate Amanda Curtis outlines jobs plan
Democratic Senate candidate Amanda Curtis held an event in Bozeman on Friday to outline her job plan.
8. Butte, MT | Continuous News and Weather
BOZEMAN - Montana State had taken a 37-13 lead over Central Arkansas at the end of three quarters.
9. Montana’s political identity mixed
As Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss sips his coffee at The Leaf and Bean on Main Street, he compares the politics of his county to something you might find in the coffeehouse’s pastry case.
10. Montana State turns back Central Arkansas 43-33
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- Dakota Prukop ran for two scores and threw for another and Anthony Knight ran for three touchdowns leading Montana State past Central Arkansas 43-33.

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 9:55 pm MDT

Current Conditions:
Fair, 52 F

Forecast:
Mon - Clear. High: 75 Low: 49
Tue - Partly Cloudy. High: 80 Low: 53
Wed - Partly Cloudy. High: 84 Low: 56
Thu - PM Thunderstorms. High: 76 Low: 50
Fri - Mostly Sunny. High: 74 Low: 44

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