Montana State University

October 24th, 2020

Bozeman Commercial Real Estate

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Bozeman Commercial Real Estate

Bozeman Commercial Real Estate For Sale – Over 130 Listings At Bottom – Continuous Updates ‘Think commercial real estate is a man’s world? Think again… As a commercial broker, I offer Bozeman commercial real estate clients potent representation, gutsy contract negotiation, extensive local knowledge, and over 15 years of experience. I help commercial sellers sell […]

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September 7th, 2020

Bozeman Schools

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Bozeman Schools

Bozeman School District – Public, Private, Post-Secondary educational institutions in surrounding Bozeman communities and Gallatin County, Montana. Gallatin High School, and All Bozeman Schools Start Tuesday, September 8, 2020 In May 2017, Bozeman School District voters approved a $125m bond both for Gallatin high school, to be completed in time for the 2020 school year, […]

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August 18th, 2020

Montana State University (MSU)

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Montana State University (MSU)

Montana State University (MSU) Quick History, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana  MSU Covid-19/Coronavirus Update – MSU PA On Taskforce Fighting Coronavirus The state of Montana was endowed by the Federal 1862 Morrill Act–allowing for the creation of United States land grant colleges–with the power to create Montana agricultural or “land grant” colleges, based upon Montana’s vast […]

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August 1st, 2020

Bozeman Montana

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Bozeman Montana

Bozeman, Montana: History – Gallatin County, MT – John Bozeman – Fort Ellis – Bozeman Pioneers and Founders – Population ~51,000 In 1864, W.W. Alderson described Montana’s Gallatin Valley as “one of the most beautiful and picturesque valleys the eye ever beheld, abounding in springs of clear water.” In the late 1800’s many agreed, calling it […]

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July 10th, 2020

Bozeman Resource Guide

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Bozeman Resource Guide

Bozeman Montana Community Resources – Bozeman Business Directory – SW Montana Area Guide Bozeman Community Resource Guide – Bozeman MT Business Directory: Arts, Business, Culture, Entertainment, Government, Health, Media, Recreation, Schools, Travel, and more in this part of Southwest Montana. Includes resources for Belgrade, Big Sky, Livingston, Manhattan, Three Forks, too. Find Bozeman Demographical Information Here […]

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April 1st, 2020

Bozeman Montana News

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Bozeman Montana News

Bozeman News Stories Through The Years Bozeman’s Second High School Slated For Opening, Fall 2020 In May 2017, the Board of the Bozeman Schools unanimously approved the architects’ and engineers’ 143-page schematic/preliminary design for the new, 1500 student, 304,000 sf high school in Bozeman, located at 4455 Annie Street. The $93M, “Bozeman Gallatin High School,” which will […]

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March 23rd, 2020

10 Fun Things To Do At Home In Bozeman

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10 Fun Things To Do At Home In Bozeman

10 Fun Things To Do At Home In Bozeman Out-waiting the Coronavirus indoors with kids…or adults. While we await the decline of the Coronavirus in Bozeman and the rest of our country, here are some things to do at home in Bozeman for both young and old. 10 Not-So-Fun Things To Do At Home In […]

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March 15th, 2020

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate Listings, North

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Downtown Bozeman Real Estate Listings, North

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate Listings Click Here Bozeman Downtown Past History Historical buildings in downtown Bozeman include the striking, castellated Gothic, old Gallatin County jail; the Carnegie Library, built between 1902 and 1903, in the Classical Revival mode; and the 1915, neoclassical-styled post office, all of which have been replaced with private businesses. On both the west and east […]

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