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Bozeman Airport Summer Flight Schedule

Posted by Mark L. Corner on March 04, 2023 in  Bozeman Airport Information

For the summer of 2023, the Bozeman Airport will offer non-stop flights to 22 cities, and some cities served by multiple airlines.

Belgrade Proposes $49 Million Dollar Aquatics Center

Posted by Mark L. Corner on February 01, 2023 in  Belgrade
For a lot of years, the Belgrade area has escaped the cost of growth happening in Bozeman and all the property tax increases that the City of Bozeman has passed.  Now it’s Belgrade’s turn to propose a hefty property tax increase to fund a new aquatics complex. The idea of Belgrade having a swimming pool has been in the works for almost 15 years.  The big question was always how to fund it. Belgrade proposed to the County Commission to create the Belgrade Regional Park, Trail & Recreation ... read more
This fall, enrollment for Montana State University is near its record level of 16,906 students set in 2018.  This fall, their attendance is 16,688 students.  Also this fall, they reported their second largest incoming freshman class of 3,752 students.  1,401 of those students were from Montana.  Of their total enrollment, almost half, 8,227 were from Montana.  Their retention rate for students returning for their 2nd year is 75.2%.  Part of the MSU fall enrollment is Gallatin College s... read more

Why Preapproval is a Game Changer for Buyers

Posted by Mark L. Corner on July 27, 2022 in  uncategorized
If you’re planning to buy a home this year, you might have heard that pre-approval is a necessary step to take before starting out on your journey. But why is that? And is it still important in today’s shifting market? The truth is, getting a pre-approval letter from your lender is critical, and when it comes to your home search, it can be a game changer in so many ways. To better understand why it’s important to know what pre-approval is. Freddie Mac defines the proc... read more
Bozeman commissioners approve permanent outdoor watering restrictions year-round BOZEMAN - Starting in mid-June, Bozeman residents could see a mandatory watering schedule. According to a press release, on May 3, 2022, the Bozeman City Commission approved Ordinance 2110 which establishes permanent outdoor watering restrictions within City limits year-round. The ordinance does not take effect until mid-June 2022 following a secondary reading and approval by the City Commission. If approved and made effective this Jun... read more