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Modifications Made To Airport Security Patdowns
PHOENIX - DECEMBER 10: A Transportation Security Administration agent performs a pat-down check on an airline passenger at a security checkpoint in terminal four at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport December 10, 2004 in Phoenix, Arizona. Beginning December 13, passengers will be allowed to stand normally with arms at their sides during the last part of the security check. Screeners will continue to pat down some passengers, including women, despite complaints against the practice. (Photo by Jeff Topping/Getty Images)
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Will Hotel Security Be Like Airline Security in the Future?

Cameras are so commonplace we don’t even notice them anymore. You don’t have to go any further than the dress code of Walmart shoppers to know that.

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Travel Destination: Heligoland Island
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Big Brother Is Alive And Well In Bozeman

The City Commission, the all knowing, all protecting, Gestapo of Bozeman, is once again deciding what you can, and can’t do, with your property.

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US Economy Adds Jobs In January, Unemployment Rates Drops To 5.5 Percent
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[Opinion] Will You Lose Your Job December 1st?

An executive order signed by the president says that some salaried people may no longer be exempt from overtime pay starting Dec. 1, 2016.

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Police Standoff Ends Peacefully This Morning Near North 7th Avenue [UPDATE]

When the Bozeman Police Department released an initial statement this morning around 5am, there was no danger to the public and although possible gun shots had been heard, the situation was under control at a hotel on Nikles Drive.

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LUNEBURG, GERMANY - JULY 27: A female cashier weighs apples in a Supermarket on July 27, 2005 in Luneburg, Germany. Sparked by the election manifesto of the opposition party CDU, Germany currently debates wether raising the Mehrwertsteuer (VAT) would in fact promote economic growth or if it would have the opposite effect by hurting families and low-income households. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
LUNEBURG, GERMANY - JULY 27: A female cashier weighs apples in a Supermarket on July 27, 2005 in Luneburg, Germany. Sparked by the election manifesto of the opposition party CDU, Germany currently debates wether raising the Mehrwertsteuer (VAT) would in fact promote economic growth or if it would have the opposite effect by hurting families and low-income households. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
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Does Bozeman Need A Local Option Sales Tax?

The problems most of us have with taxes is that once the camel’s nose is in the tent it’s pretty hard not to let the rest in.

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