Friday, April 18, 2014
Bozeman Montana
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1. Starwood Announces Eco-Wise Element Brand in Bozeman, Montana
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:HOT) today announced plans to debut its Element brand in Bozeman. Element Bozeman will open in June of 2015 at the heart of the downtown entertainment district. Owned by a group of Bozeman investors managed by Homebase Montana, the newly constructed Element hotel will offer a smart, new option for travelers with 104 stylish, sustainable rooms and a ...
2. MDT Looking To Make Changes At Busy Intersection
Montana Department of Transportation is looking to change an increasingly busy intersection northwest of Bozeman where a woman died in a two vehicle crash Wednesday.
3. How to move a T-Rex dinosaur
One of the most complete tyrannosaurus skeletons ever found is being moved from Montana to Washington DC. There, hundreds of millions of people will eventually be able to view it.
4. Starwood Hotels & Resorts to Return to Montana with the Launch of Its Eco-Wise Element Brand in Bozeman
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. today announced plans to debut its Element brand in Bozeman. Element Bozeman will open in June of 2015 at the heart of the downtown entertainment district.
5. Bozeman residents weigh in on Northwestern proposal to buy dams
Tuesday night, Bozeman area residents got to tell the Public Service Commission exactly what they think of a Northwestern Energy proposal to buy nearly a dozen hydroelectric facilities.
6. Triangle Classic a homecoming for MSU quarterback
BOZEMAN — Montana State quarterback Jake Bleskin generated plenty of great memories in Great Falls’ Memorial Stadium while starring for C.M. Russell High School, but one stands out.
7. MSU’s 20th annual student research celebration set
BOZEMAN – Montana State University students have examined dinosaur eggs from China and mosquitoes from the Milk River. They’ve analyzed markets for emerging wines, found a new virus in Yellowstone Nat
8. Oregon man sentenced for illegal possession of firearms
An Oregon man was sentenced to 15 years behind bars for illegal possession of firearms. He was arrested in Bozeman in 2009.
9. Starwood Hotels To Debut Element Brand In Bozeman, Montana
Starwood Hotels To Debut Element Brand In Bozeman, Montana
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BOZEMAN - Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks want to find ranchers, or other groups that can handle up to 135 bison. The animals are part of the Bison Quarantine Feasibility Study that began in 2004.

Nestled in the midst of Montana’s Rocky Mountains, Bozeman is the county seat of Gallatin County and boasts a population nearing 40,000. There are opportunities to enjoy a myriad of parks, museums, multi-medium art exhibits and there are many diverse shopping opportunities as well. Bozeman has become somewhat of a tech company magnet attracting more than 90 high tech companies, primarily because of the wonderful surroundings in which to work. Bozeman is also home to Montana State University, which services undergraduate and post-graduate students in dozens of academic fields.

Skiers, campers, hikers, fishermen and rafters swarm to the area to take full advantage of the vast outdoor experiences available. The surrounding mountains include Bridger, Gallatin and the Tobacco Root Range and these peaks provide some of the finest skiing in all of North America. With the rich heritage and scenic splendor that abounds in Gallatin County, it is easy to understand why Bozeman is the fastest growing city in Montana. There are still amazing real estate opportunities in Bozeman, but the demand for prime real estate is growing. Check back on this site often, as we will be hosting the most current real estate available in Western Montana!

Conditions for Bozeman, MT at 10:56 am MDT

Current Conditions:
Cloudy, 44 F

Forecast:
Fri - Few Showers/Wind. High: 57 Low: 31
Sat - Mostly Sunny. High: 66 Low: 37
Sun - Mostly Sunny. High: 61 Low: 36
Mon - Cloudy. High: 68 Low: 39
Tue - Showers. High: 60 Low: 37

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