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Santa Impersonators Thrive In Suburban Sydney
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The Bozeman Christmas Stroll

If you’re new to the area and haven’t attended a Bozeman Christmas Stroll you need to add it high on your bucket list.

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President Obama Changing Mt. McKinley Name Back To Denali
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Friday Fun Facts About Alaska

Each year Alaska residents receive an “oil royalty check” for their share of revenue from Alaskan oil. How much you ask? $1,884 per resident this year.

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Making Bozeman Affordable

What if the commission wanted to dictate the price of a shirt on store shelves? You must manufacture a shirt for this price because it’s the right thing to do.

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First Tenant Conde Nast Moves Into New World Trade Center
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Friday Fun Facts About New York City

Ladies feel free to take your top off in New York City. It’s not illegal. Another law we need to repeal in Montana.

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Cottonwood Gulch Fire Tuesday Evening – UPDATE

There's good containment news to report on the Cottonwood Gulch fire burning north of Manhattan. The fire has burned 8,300 acres and is now 80% contained.

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Cottonwood Gulch Fire – Tuesday UPDATE

The current size of the Cottonwood Gulch fire north of Manhattan is 8.300 acres and it's 15% contained as of Tuesday morning. Here's the latest official word.

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Positive News on Cottonwood Gulch Fire – MONDAY AFTERNOON

There is positive news to report with the Cottonwood Gulch fire burning north of Manhattan, Montana as of Monday afternoon.

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Photo courtesy of Gallatin Media Center
Photo courtesy of Gallatin Media Center
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Wind-Blown Manhattan Fire Grows to 8,700 Acres Overnight, 50 Pre-Evacuation Notices Given

The Cottonwood Gulch Fire near Manhattan, Montana broke out just before noon on Sunday, October 11, but quickly grew to over 8,000 acres.

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Cottonwood Gulch Fire North of Manhattan Grows Significantly

Fire crews from all over Gallatin County and surrounding areas have been working tirelessly on what is now known as the Cottonwood Gulch Fire.  High winds on Sunday caused the human caused fire to grow substantially.

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Photo from Gallatin County Emergency Management.
Photo from Gallatin County Emergency Management.
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Fire Burning North of Manhattan in Horseshoe Hills

Gusty winds are not helping the containment of a fire burning north of Manhattan in Horseshoe Hills.

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