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Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club’s Fix-Up Festival Application Deadline Approching

 

Fix-Up Festival joins local businesses and service organizations to repair and rehabilitate the homes of low-income, elderly or disabled homeowners who are physically and financially unable to do the work alone.

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Tester Campaigns Across Montana Days Before Midterm Elections
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Ag Appreciation Banquet 2014

Event Location
Gran Tree Bozeman

Fees / Admission

RSVP required by March 14 - Carrie Taylor at 1st Security Bank 388-3730

Winter Weather Advisory in effect through Wednesday (photo Michelle Wolfe/KMMS)
Winter Weather Advisory in effect through Wednesday (photo Michelle Wolfe/KMMS)
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Bozeman Winter Storm Warning For Snow Through Monday

High elevations could get 2 feet of snow by early Tuesday morning with heavy, slushy snow falling in the high valleys of the Bozeman and West Yellowstone areas.

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(Photo Provided By: Gallatin County Emergency Management)
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Gallatin County Conducting Flooding Damage Assessment

Gallatin County is now conducting damage assessments of the damage incurred from flooding over the past couple days.  The Town of Manhattan was successful in removing the bulk of the water from downtown late Friday night allowing the streets to be opened and occupants to access their buildings

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Remember – Daylight Savings Time Starts Sunday Morning March 9

Most people in America will turn their clocks forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, as Daylight Savings time will officially begin.

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(Photo Provided By: Gallatin County Emergency Management)
(Photo Provided By: Gallatin County Emergency Management)
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Flooding Continues in Gallatin County

UPDATED - 5:40pm

Flooding from Thursday’s runoff continued to cause problems in Gallatin County today.  While many locations affected by flooding on Thursday have dried up, some are still working to drain out with Manhattan being the most impacted

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Bacon Bowls. Did You See This On TV? [VIDEO]

Bacon. In a cup. Not much more to say than awesome. When I saw the ad for Bacon Bowls on TV, I immediately texted at least half a dozen friends who just had to have these things.

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Flooded farmland near Logan, Manhattan. Water gushing across I90 (Photo Credit: Aaron Flint)
Flooded farmland near Logan, Manhattan. Water gushing across I90 (Photo Credit: Aaron Flint)
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Gallatin County Drivers Urged to Utilize Caution

Drivers in Gallatin County are encouraged to to utilize caution due to water on numerous roadways around the county.  Recent warm weather, combined with today’s rain, has caused much of the snow in fields and hillsides to melt and quickly run off

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Livingston Ditch and Fleshman Creek Runoff

 

UPDATE:

The areas of concern remain; Livingston Ditch and Fleshman Creek. Evacuees are still advised to remain away from their homes. Evacuees will be contacted when it is safe to return to their homes.

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The St. Jude Research Hospital Radiothon

Our sister station XL Country 100.7 is running a radiothon Thursday and Friday to support the St. Jude Research Hospital.

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Category: Bozeman News

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