Road to Reopening
WHITEHALL- After high demands for daily tours, the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is opening for daily tours by reservation.
Kelley did not mince words in his address to the public. Perhaps the most important message from Wednesday's video was that residents must take the virus seriously if they have a desire to get life back to "normal" and protect others.
BOZEMAN- Double-amputee and Purple Heart recipient Saul Martinez will receive the keys to a house designed to allow the veteran to live as independently as possible.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - As case numbers rise in Gallatin County, experts are using a surprising resource to keep track of COVID-19. Sewers, while not exactly glamorous, have proven to be a key part of tracking COVID-19 in Gallatin County.
LIVINGSTON - Park County health officials are reporting there are currently three active COVID-19 cases in the county, and two other potential positive cases coming from Gardiner and Livingston June 19 through June 20 through surveillance testing.
BIG SKY- Volunteers helping out at the eighth annual Big Sky Community Park Weed Pull will not only be cleaning up Big Sky’s Community Park, but will also be helping out a local resident.
LIVINGSTON- Dan Baileys is a historic fishing shop founded in the 1930s is getting new life in Livingston all to protect history and connect the community.
Owner Ellie Southworth started making plans long before anyone knew about COVID-19. But despite all odds, she still opened up both locations pretty much as normal. In fact, business keeps churning on.
BOZEMAN- A bill approved by the 66th Montana Legislature in 2019 might directly impact funding for the Gallatin Ice Foundation.
BOZEMAN- The Montana Department of Transportation announced that crews will pause road construction projects in the Gallatin Valley ahead of the holiday weekend.
BOZEMAN- A biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) is expected to fully recover after being attacked by a grizzly bear in the Centennial Valley Wednesday morning.
MANHATTAN- The Pasture Drive-In Theater ran by a local brother and sister team will host Garth Brooks’ one night only nationwide virtual concert on Saturday, June 27, 2020.
BOZEMAN- The Pilgrim Church Bozeman in partnership with Hopa Mountain for Crow Nation are working to cleaning supplies for the Crow Nation.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Realtors have been predicting for weeks (or even longer) that the coronavirus pandemic would cause an influx of out-of-state residents to buy homes in the Treasure State. Now, we're starting to see those predictions come true.
BELGRADE, Mont. - Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is looking to the future as it shares its 20-year plan with the public in a meeting planned for Thursday evening.
BOZEMAN- The Bogert pool in Bozeman is just one of many public pools across Montana rolling back their covers as we head into the summer months.
THREE FORKS- With unemployment rates hitting record highs across the country and people out of the job due to COVID-19 some corporations are hosting hiring events across the interstate.
BELGRADE- The Gallatin Valley Food Bank in partnership with the HRDC will be handing out food boxes for families in the Belgrade area.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Environmental activists and the Custer Gallatin National Forest are at odds over a project that will thin out old growth forest from an area close to a favorite outdoor spot in Bozeman: Kirk Hill Nature Area.
The 'Be Heard Belgrade' website is designed to get people involved with two big planning projects that the city is working on. City officials say they want as much public opinion as possible.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - A 37-year-old Missouri woman was reportedly minorly injured by a grizzly bear while hiking in Yellowstone National Park Monday.
BOZEMAN- A 36-year-old resident of California wanted by the Bozeman Police Department was taken into custody by Michigan State police on Tuesday.
BOZEMAN- Governor Steve Bullock stopped by Café M a popular coffee shop in downtown Bozeman to meet with the owners of the shop which had to close their doors during the pandemic.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - A letter from the City of Bozeman to Governor Steve Bullock is highlighting a larger issue that is putting pressure on many in Montana: childcare.
BOZEMAN- Right now the Downtown Bozeman Business Partnership in thanks to a grant from the state is hoping you’ll use your Instagram to support downtown businesses and keep case flowing.
Currently in Bozeman
- AMBER Alert canceled; Poplar infant found safe
- New orders issued for Blackfeet Indian Reservation due to community spread
- Browning School District closed
- 2020 MontanaFair set to happen under social distancing rules
- Governor Steve Bullock releases plan for reopening schools in Montana
- Montana reports 56 new COVID-19 cases, highest single-day cases count
- Woman gored by bison at Yellowstone National Park
- National Weather Service Glasgow radar possibly picking up grasshoppers
- Couple faces drug, child endangerment charges after investigation at Great Falls hotel
- Glacier County Sheriff's Deputy involved in highway crash Monday night