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Are You Black & Living in Bozeman?
Coming from Los Angeles and New York City, I am used to a very diverse population. Bozeman is very white. As this town grows and more and more people of different races find Bozeman and make it a home, I am wondering what is it like to be black and live here.
Age Is Much More Than A Number
While I appreciate a 20-year-old in a bikini I don’t think I’d want to wake up with her every morning and discuss hip-hop music, Justin Bieber and tattoos.
Former ‘Sesame Street’ Writer Says Bert and Ernie Are Gay
Many Sesame Street viewers have long suspected — including a few wise kiddos — that puppet odd couple Bert and Ernie are more than just friends. The prolific children’s series has never really addressed Bert and Ernie’s sexual orientation, but a former writer for Sesame S…
Monday, September 17 is Constitution Day in the United States
The Montana Broadcasters Association, in conjunction with Townsquare Media, brings Montana Senator Steve Daines to commemorate Constitution Day, 2018 on this 231st anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution by the Founding Fathers in 1787
Man Gets Too Close to Old Faithful in Yellowstone
A man decided to take a walk at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park. September 14 a group of visitors were shocked to see the unidentified man walk right up to edge and look in. People screamed for him to stop.
Montana Justices Side With University in Professor Sex Case
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a university accused of hiring and supervising a music professor despite sexual-misconduct allegations.
The high court ruled Tuesday that a lower court erred by saying a former student should win her case without trial becaus…