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MSU Spring Enrollment Hits New Record

Posted by Mark Corner on February 09, 2019 in  Montana State University
For the 11th year in a row, Montana State University's spring semester enrollment has set a new record, counting 15,964 students.  That's up nearly 200 students from last spring.  "We are of course thrilled to have so many students choose to pursue their studies" at the Bozeman campus, MSU President Waded Cruzado said in a statement.  MSU credited the enrollment growth to programs that help students stay in school instead of dropping out and help them graduate faster and with less debt.  Last fa... read more
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Name the new Bozeman High School

Posted by Mark Corner on January 22, 2019 in No Category
The new Bozeman High School transition committee is seeking names for the new high school set to open in 2020.  People can send in names online on the Bozeman School District web site until 5 pm on Feb 5, 2019.  The transition committee will narrow down the list but the final decision will be up to the Bozeman School Board.  Some elementary schools were named after famous writers - Emerson, Irving, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier, and poet Emily Dickenson.  Two middle schools after Native Americ... read more
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Proposed Logging Project South of Bozeman

Posted by Mark Corner on January 17, 2019 in No Category
The Montana Land Board will meet next week to decide on the DNRC proposed Limestone West Timber Sale.  The area affected starts by the popular Triple Tree hiking trail south of Bozeman and goes east towards Mt Ellis covering 443 acres of land.  Approximately the first mile of forest is state school trust land and they have an obligation to raise the most funds possible for schools.  The proposed timber sale could bring in $376,000.  It would largely harvest dead or dying trees from bark beetle a... read more
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Bozeman's New High School Boundary Proposals

Posted by Mark Corner on January 11, 2019 in No Category
The Bozeman High School Transition Committee has narrowed 5 proposed boundary lines for the new high school down to two.  Both options divide the city east and west.  Option B follows 19th Ave and Option D takes a more zig-zag line from NE to SW through Bozeman.  Below are the two proposed boundary lines and a chart with demographic data on each option.  The School Board will likely vote on the proposed boundary lines at its meeting in two weeks.  Public comments can be emailed to... read more
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New Heebs Fresh Market to Open January 17th

Posted by Mark Corner on January 11, 2019 in No Category
After more than three years of planning, Heebs Grocery is slated to open at its new location.  Heebs will close its location at 544 E Main St on Sunday January 13th and reopen Thursday January 17th at 200 Highland Blvd with a new name - Heebs Fresh Market.  The new market will be more than double the size of the old location, going from about 10,000 sqft to 26,500 sqft.  The new store put more emphasis on fresh foods, especially in the deli.  There will lunch, dinners and whole meal replacements... read more
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