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Bozeman is called “the most livable place” for good reason. Enjoy world-renowned fly fishing, dramatic mountains for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, hunting, and backcountry exploring, Yellowstone National Park, and impressive wildlife. When you…

Yellowstone Fiber starts laying cable in west Bozeman

The $65 million project from Yellowstone Fiber will bring broadband fiber throughout most of Bozeman and the surrounding area and will likely take about three years from start to finish, said the nonprofit’s CEO, Greg Metzger.

Yellowstone Fiber Montana Open Access Project Underway

The company, which was called Bozeman Fiber when the project started, is laying conduit and preparing to install fiber. The three-year plan is to offer service to every address in Bozeman and extend the network deeper into Gallatin County.

Bozeman sees spike in new business applications since the start of the year

There have been more than 100 business licenses processed in Bozeman since the start of the year.

City of Bozeman to study ‘sensitive lands’ amid growth

The Gallatin Valley Sensitive Lands Protection plan is intended to identify land in the valley that is considered to be “sensitive” — like wildlife corridors — and develop recommendations on how to protect that land.

Downtown director: Bozeman business district thriving

Here’s some good news: Downtown Bozeman is not dead. Not even close to dying.

Bozeman, Montana pursues signing onto gender equity convention

The city is considering passing a resolution to sign onto a decades-old convention aimed at gender equity and eliminating all forms of discrimination against women, and activists involved hope the move will be about more than just words.

Bozeman to pursue incentive-based affordable housing policies

City staff members are proposing ways to incentivize affordable housing, how to incorporate increased departures designed for affordable housing into the city’s administrative review process and how the planned unit development process — which essentially allows developers to skirt some city standards if they can provide enough public benefits — can be retooled to focus on affordability.

City to discuss new direction for Bozeman housing policy

City commissioners on Tuesday will discuss a number of suggested changes to Bozeman’s housing strategies, including ways to incentivize affordable housing, how staff could grant departures from code standards to developers and short-term changes to the unified development code.

More Montanans quitting, retiring amid nationwide labor shortage

We asked the Montana Department of Labor and Industry for an interview twice, but they said they would only answer questions through email.

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