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Belgrade City Council reviews plans for 595-lot subdivision

The Belgrade City Council will review the preapplication plan for a 595-lot subdivision slated for the northwestern part of town Tuesday. If approved, the Prescott Ranch subdivision will sit on an area between Westwood Circle and Bolinger Road.City officia → Read More

Water main leak in Bozeman closes traffic

Dozens of Bozeman residents are now able to use their water after crews spent about nine hours repairing a broken water main on Koch Street off South 13th Monday.Water and sewer superintendent John Alston told NBC Montana he got word of water flowing onto → Read More

Bozeman airport prepares for record number of passengers

The state's busiest airport is about to get busier. Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport is expecting to see 120,000 more passengers than it did in 2017, which was a record year.Airport director Brian Sprenger predicts 1.5 million passengers will go t → Read More

Schools, city break ground on new Bozeman high school

In about a year and a half the mounds of dirt on a plot of land off Flanders Mill Road will be replaced with classrooms able to hold 1,500 students. Bozeman Public Schools, along with officials from the city and the Chamber of Commerce, broke ground on Boz → Read More

Montana Highway Patrol sees spike in winter crashes

Statistics from the Montana Highway Patrol show troopers responded to 7,678 crashes from October 2017 to March 2018. From October 2016 to March 2017, the department responded to 6,887 crashes. District 7 accounted for 1,317 of the nearly 8,000 crashes this → Read More

Belgrade High School cooking team set for national competition

Forget the basketball court or the wrestling mat -- one southwest Montana high school is being recognized as the state's best in the kitchen. Belgrade High School's ProStart cooking team is fresh off a state championship win and is looking to continue its → Read More

TIGER grant to provide funding for improvements to Highway 64

Gallatin County received a $10.3 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant to fund road improvements to Lone Mountain Trail on Highway 64 through Big Sky.Montana State University's Western Transportation Institute applied for the → Read More

Long winter impacts search and rescue training, response

Search and rescue numbers have stayed relatively stable despite heavy snowpack bringing more out-of-state visitors to Montana this season, but coordinator Jeremy Kopp told NBC Montana the long winter is affecting crews' training and response methods.They t → Read More

New local businesses look to expand Bozeman's food scene

The M Donut Factory, The Ramen House and Thai Basil are all new to Bozeman, but they're already looking to make their marks on the city's food culture.Each of the restaurants is owned and operated by husband and wife teams.Nathan and Sarina Murphy opened T → Read More

County commissioners decline to support lower I-90 speed limit

Gallatin County commissioners are pushing back against the idea of lowering the speed limit on a stretch of Interstate 90 from Jackson Creek Road to Amsterdam Road.Just last week the Bozeman City Commission voted unanimously to send a letter to the Montana → Read More

NWS issues flood advisory for southwest Montana counties

The National Weather Service issued a snowmelt flooding advisory for Jefferson, Broadwater and northern Gallatin counties until 9:30 p.m. MST Wednesday. The agency expects areas that are not flooded now to begin flooding this week as temperatures increase. → Read More

Police warn of email scam targeting Bozeman businesses

The Bozeman Police Department is warning of an email scam, known as CEO fraud, targeting employees of several local businesses throughout the city.Detective Scott McCormick told NBC Montana scammers are posing as executives at various companies to fool vic → Read More

Bozeman brewery reacts to announcement of aluminum tariffs

On a typical canning day, the Bozeman Brewing Company fills 12,000 cans of beer in about ten hours. It's a process president Todd Scott believes will become more costly after President Trump announced 10 percent tariffs on imported aluminum late last week. → Read More

Bozeman native participates in Paralympic Games as ski guide

Bozeman native Sawyer Kesselheim is getting ready to lead his team and a fellow skier to victory in PyeongChang. The Montana State University alum will act as a guide for visually impaired skier Jake Adicoff at the Paralympic Winter Games, which start Marc → Read More

MSU council to review medical amnesty policy

The University Council at Montana State University was presented a proposal Wednesday to adopt a medical amnesty policy into the university's student conduct code. The policy would protect students calling for medical help for friends who abuse drugs or al → Read More

Bozeman City Commission urges MDT to lower speed limit on I-90

Bozeman city commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to support the reduction of the speed limit on I-90 through city limits from 75 mph to 65. The 20-mile stretch from Jackson Creek Road to just west of Amsterdam Road is considered one of the busiest → Read More

U.S. Paralympic team set to compete in Pyeongchang

After months of training, the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Skiing team is in Pyeongchang ready to compete at the 2018 Winter Games. The skiers moved to Bozeman for the winter to train.Jenny White, with the Bridger Ski Foundation, told NBC Montana two BSF alums → Read More

Montana steel manufacturer reacts to possibility of tariffs

A nationwide debate was sparked after President Donald Trump announced his plan to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, and one Montana company is paying close attention.Belgrade-based Montana Steel Industries specializes in fabricating structura → Read More

Volunteer fire department urges state to sign off on presumptive coverage

Career and volunteer firefighters do not receive presumptive coverage from the state of Montana, and they're hoping to change that. According to the International Association of Firefighters, Montana is one of just seven states that do not offer firefighte → Read More

MSU skier returns home from Olympics

Johanna Taliharm isn’t your average college student.She told NBC Montana she had to go to business management class after competing as a biathlete for Estonia at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang -- her second Olympics. Taliharm finished 22nd in a field → Read More