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Visiting the dinosaurs: Museum has a huge collection of fossils, plus exhibits on more recent Montana history

Museum of the Rockies rocks. This Bozeman institution displays literally tons of rocks that are millions of years old – the fossilized remains of plants and animals that no longer …


Montana Airbnb hosts earn nearly $20 million in 2017

Airbnb says Montanans who rented rooms and homes to visitors earned nearly $20 million last year.


Bozeman lawmaker pulls out of U.S. House race

Democratic state Rep. Tom Woods of Bozeman has pulled out of the U.S. House race, citing a lack of financial support.


Bozeman hunter shoots, kills 500-pound female grizzly bear

GREAT FALLS – Montana wildlife officials say a Bozeman hunter shot and killed a female grizzly bear after it charged at him. The Great Falls Tribune reported the initial investigation …


Dead climber directs recovery team to girlfriend’s body

An accomplished climber who took his own life after his girlfriend died in a southwestern Montana avalanche left directions to lead a recovery team to her body.


Montana police officer kills wife, self at home

A Bozeman police officer killed his wife and himself at their home on Saturday night.


Missing soldier’s remains returned to Montana after 66 years

The remains of a soldier who died 66 years ago in the Korean War have been returned to his family in Montana.


UPDATED: Wed., June 7, 2017

Gianforte apologizes to reporter for assault before election

U.S. Rep.-elect Greg Gianforte of Montana says in an apology letter that he “had no right to assault” a reporter.


More than 1,200 Yellowstone bison killed this winter

Operations to kill bison in Yellowstone National Park for slaughter have come to an end, with more than 1,200 bison culled this winter.


Montana State University student dies in I-90 crash near Bozeman

A 19-year-old Montana State University student has died in a rollover crash on Interstate 90 near Bozeman.


Montana power storage project gets positive review from feds

A central Montana power storage project that would act as a giant battery to supplement electricity from wind turbines and other sources has received a favorable review from federal regulators.


EWU Eagles open conference volleyball season with 3-1 win over Montana Grizzlies

Jessica Gilbert hit .360 and had 11 kills, Sophie Miller handed out 40 assists and Eastern Washington flew past Montana for a 25-20, 19-25, 25-13, 15-11 victory in Missoula in …


Montana snowstorm cuts power to tens of thousands

A spring storm swept through Montana, dumping up to 20 inches of snow in the mountains and knocking out power to tens of thousands of people across the state, officials …


Polar bear expert nominated for conservation prize

A Kettle Falls-area polar bear scientist is one of 29 leading conservationists internationally who are in contention for next year’s $100,000 Indianapolis Prize. Steven Amstrup moved to Stevens County about …


Treasure exhibit opens this summer in Bozeman

Gold galleons, buried jewels and plundered booty: no summer vacation should be without a good treasure hunt! This summer, Bozeman, Montana’s Museum of the Rockies provides the tools and tutorials …


Natural gas explosion rocks downtown Bozeman

BOZEMAN – One person remained unaccounted for after a natural gas explosion rocked downtown Bozeman on Thursday morning, collapsing three buildings, city officials said. Assistant City Manager Chuck Winn said …


1 unaccounted for after explosion in Bozeman

BOZEMAN — One person is unaccounted for after a natural gas explosion rocked downtown Bozeman Thursday morning, collapsing three buildings, city officials said.