“I was born in Bozeman and have lived here my entire life,” Sawyer Kesselheim said. He is a nordic skier for the Montana State Ski team, and although he has lived in Bozeman his entire life, he didn’t start skiing until recently.
Cambria McDermott recently traveled to Almaty, Kazakhstan after qualifying for the U23 World Championships. McDermott, a senior studying exercise science while a junior in NCAA nordic skiing eligibility, was one of six U.S.
Imagine witnessing two students brawling on the mall late one night, possibly intoxicated, as you’re walking home. Of course you didn’t notify authorities — you didn’t want to get involved and could have been injured yourself by the belligerent students, but according to proposed university policy changes, you could be in trouble.
by Brook Gardner-Durbin
Like many college towns, Bozeman has a thriving music scene. The unusually large percentage of young residents creates a demand for live musical acts of all sorts and a supply of talented musicians to meet that demand.
Montana’s Senate and House of Representatives convened on Jan. 5 in Helena to begin Montana’s 64th Legislative session. In the 90 days following the beginning of the session, the primary goal of the Legislature is to pass a budget which is then approved by the governor and used for the next two years.