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In just over a week, Bobcat football will face off against the Montana Grizzlies for the first time since 2019. The storied rivalry between MSU and UM dates back to 1897, when the two universities were just four and two years old, respectively. Since then, The Brawl of the Wild has evolved i…

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In response to activism by the Campus Climate Coalition (CCC), the MSU Alumni Foundation’s Board of Governors has created a working group to study divesting the university’s $225 million endowment from funds containing companies operating in industries such as fossil fuels, private prisons, …

Football playoff season is here and the first matchup of the year will take place this weekend, at home on Saturday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. The Bobcats will battle against UT Ma…

Are you troubled by a distinct lack of strange noises in the middle of the night? Do you experience a need for dread in your basement or attic? Do you or any of your family wish to see a spook… Read more

Late fall in Montana may be the greatest time of year for local anglers. Warm enough weather and sparse attendance at even the most popular fishing access sites make November and early December a perfect time to experience wild trout fishing at its pinnacle. You’ll get rained on, sure. Proba…

Every season in Bozeman offers a variety of outdoor activities. However, some would argue winter is the best time of the year. With mountains to the north and south that receive an abundance of annual snowfall, Bozeman has been recognized as one of the best ski towns in the U.S. multiple yea…

Sports rivalries between universities can change as teams get better or worse, but fly fishing rivalries last as the rivers and streams around these college towns change slowly. Since the fly fishing in Montana is world class, I think it’s time to clarify who has the better fishing. Thankful…

Imagine emerging from your tent to the crisp, cold air and colored leaves covering the ground.  A beautiful sunrise greets you on this camping adventure and makes you celebrate how lucky you are to be in the beautiful state of Montana. Bozeman and the surrounding areas give adventurers the o…

Live music filling your ears as you stroll down a row of local vendors presenting the best produce they can gather. Groups of people laughing as they munch on their favorite fruits, and dancing as they walk. It’s a farmer’s market at night, something many do not have the chance to see. It’s …

 As summer comes to an end and we prepare for brisk, fall afternoons, some may think that Bozeman’s outdoor recreation opportunities are coming to a close. For freshmen and sophomores who are unaware, MSU has an Outdoor Recreation Program (ORP), located on West Lincoln Street, near Yellowsto…

Fall in Southwest Montana is truly magical. As the weather cools and the cottonwoods shift their leaves from green to gold, I find myself spending as much time outdoors as I possibly can. Recreation opportunities abound in the Bozeman area this time of year and the hardest decision is often …

Just 16 miles down the road and offering some of the most challenging and dangerous in-bounds skiing in the Lower 48 sits one of the most historic and fabled ski resorts in the U.S. — Bridger Bowl. Over the course of 70 years, it has grown and dug roots deep within the community, serving as …

Gorgeous views, a flowing creek and a lightly trafficked hiking trail are a dream come true for many hikers, including myself. Bear Canyon trail has all three of these magnificent things. Bear Canyon is roughly an 8.1-mile out-and-back-hike if you take the turnaround before hiking toward the…

With warm and sunny days early this spring, April looks like it might bring the warmer weather to Bozeman earlier than expected. Many people may be eager to get out and enjoy the weather before Bozeman pulls a late April fool’s and does a complete 180, bringing a cold front to the valley and…

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