Michelle Wolfe.....what to say about her? She's been on the air at The MOOSE for over 20 years. Quite frankly we're surprised she hasn't done something within that time to be fired. But alas, The MOOSE Morning Show continues to be her home, away from her real home, where she pretends to garden and run a tidy household. Michelle has been in Bozeman since 1990, is a graduate of Montana State University and if you need to find her: check downtown. If you'd like to reach out via email, no problem. Just send an email HERE. She really does answer her email and address any issues you might have. Suggestions, questions and comments are always welcome. Really. - mooseradio.com
Photos From Bozeman’s National Day of Action Rally: Friday, June 5
On Friday, June 5th at 4pm in Bogert Park, Bozeman joined cities across the nation for the National Day of Action for Black Lives.
Water Main Break: Main Street Closed at 8th
Main Street is closed to traffic today at the intersection of 8th, certainly westbound, with City crews working hard to open it up to traffic by 5pm Thursday.
ALERT: 8″ of Mountain Snow Possible by Monday Morning
Higher elevations around the Bozeman area could see lots of fresh snow along with slick roads through Monday morning with a fresh Winter Weather Advisory.
SCAM ALERT: NorthWestern Energy Calls
Make sure elderly friends and family members know about this all-too-frequent scam call. They often fall victim to these frustrating, false conversations.
Bozeman Pass Might Be a Mess Through Friday Morning
Up to 4 fresh inches of snow is expected with a Winter Weather Advisory in effect through 9am Friday and MUCH cooler temperatures on the way.
Dangerous Livingston Area Winds Continue Through Wednesday
Minimal snow but very gusty winds will continue on Bozeman Pass through Livingston and areas east. Although improving, I-90 crosswinds have been quite serious with gusts up to 70 mph.
60 MPH Livingston Winds Will Continue Into Wednesday Afternoon
60 mph gusts have been commonplace for the last several days and a Wind Advisory continues for the Livingston area through Wednesday afternoon.
60 MPH Livingston Area Winds Will Continue Until Tuesday
Dangerous, gusty winds up to 60 mph will continue until mid-day Tuesday through Livingston and the I-90 corridor. Ground blizzard conditions may exist.
UPDATE: 12″ Now Possible at MT/ID Border
Thanksgiving travel is becoming more difficult with very gusty winds and up to a foot of snow now possible in southwest Montana by Thursday night.
3 – 8″ Expected For Gallatin and Madison Counties by Thursday Night
Southern Gallatin and Madison counties should see the MOST SNOW, but all areas should see additional snow by Thursday night.