Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school

Things are finally underway with the newest addition to the Bozeman school district. Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer 3-27-18 It was muddy and cold, but about 50 people seemed pretty happy Monday when they gathered in an open field to celebrate the groundbreaking for Bozeman’s second high.. read more →

Homeless advocates pick land for tiny home village

MSU and HRDC are teaming up to possibly create Bozeman’s first tiny home village…trying to tackle our growing homeless and at risk of being homeless populations. Homeless advocates pick land for tiny home village By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Mar 4, 2018 Tiny Homes, MSU & HRDC Partnership Some Bozeman folks are more comfortable.. read more →

City approves affordable housing near Baxter Square Park

More moves are being made to deal with one of our biggest issues in the Bozeman area – affordable housing. City approves affordable housing near Baxter Square Park By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Feb 28, 2018 A Bozeman field that developers have been trying to build on for more than a decade is set.. read more →

Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries

Due to Bozeman’s explosive growth, school boundaries are always subject to change. There will be even more changes as Bozeman’s second high school is built. See halfway down this article for links to proposed map changes. Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries By Gail Schontzler Bozeman Daily Chronicle Feb 20, 2018 The Bozeman School.. read more →

Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles

Things have been heating up in Belgrade for years – it’s finally catching the attention of the press. It’s slowly breaking out of Bozeman’s shadow and no longer is interested in being passed off a ‘bedroom community’. Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles By Lewis Kendall and.. read more →

Belgrade News: City moves closer to solving fire quandary

As the City of Belgrade grows, it faces challenges.  One is a state law that requires the city to have it’s own fire department once it hits 10,000 residents. The city is moving to change the law and continue Central Valley Fire operations.  If the city is forced to form it’s own department, taxes will.. read more →

Technology is tweaking the economics of mountain town living.

This is a fantastic article that explains why our area is slated for continued growth and at least in part why we are experiencing the accelerated sales pricing, competitive rental market and pressure on housing that we’ve been experiencing in the Bozeman, Big Sky and greater Bozeman area. An Economic Crossroads – Technology has broken.. read more →

Gallatin County economy ranked by Policom strongest of its size in U.S. – BDC

Last year, Gallatin County was ranked 7th. This is a huge jump – soon we may no longer qualify as a Micropolitan market. Gallatin County economy ranked strongest of its size in U.S. By Lewis Kendall Chronicle Staff Writer Jan 12, 2018 Gallatin County’s economy, widely discussed across the state, received some national attention this.. read more →

9 of the world’s best private ski resorts

Not surprisingly, The Yellowstone Club made the top of this list. Private stash: The world’s best exclusive ski resorts Rob Hodgetts, CNN • Updated 15th December 2017 (CNN) — Imagine a ski destination with no lift lines where you can plunder pristine powder all day long. You could splash out on remote heli-ski adventure, but.. read more →

Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws

This is a huge step for the service sector in Belgrade – hoping to see some new inspired restaurants and bars enter the scene as a result of this change. Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws by Freddy Monares, staff writer Dec 21, 2017 Belgrade News A bill that passed during the special legislative.. read more →