Posted 4:31 PM 12/10/2013 by KBZK News
GATEWAY - Officials say there's no change in the Gallatin River ice jam and associated flooding has occurred in the past 24 hours.
Axtell-Gateway Road is still closed due to a large ice crust and water is still present out of the river channels in many places. Residents are reminded that (More)
Posted 3:10 PM 12/9/2013 by MTN News
City of Belgrade officials announced today that Ted Barkley has accepted an offer to serve as city manager.
Barkley was selected from a field of 49 candidates after a nationwide search facilitated by the Prothman Company, an executive search firm engaged by the City Council earlier this (More)More Stories from 12/9/2013
Posted 5:26 PM 12/8/2013 by Jamie Leary - KBZK News
According to the latest information on the ice jam threatening homes in Gallatin Gateway, the Gateway Fire department continues to monitor water levels in the Gateway area which has already risen above the road in several areas.
Currently, Axtell Gateway Road is closed to Gateway South (More)
Posted 7:25 PM 12/7/2013 by KBZK News
A car crash in Belgrade Saturday morning left 300 homes without power.
MTN's Keele Smith was on the scene learning how residents coped with the outage and stayed warm.
Lelund Dishop is one Belgrade resident who lost power last night. "We (More)
Posted 10:24 PM 12/6/2013 by Keele Smith - MTN News
BRIDGER BOWL - Despite bone-chilling temperatures, lots of skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes Friday, opening day at Bridger Bowl. Veteran snowboarder Taylor Wynn said, "Great snow, no lift lines, awesome groomers, good pow."
Katherine Keith, another experienced snowboarder (More)
Posted 8:16 PM 12/5/2013 by Judy Slate - KBZK News
BOZEMAN - Keeping our homes warm during this cold snap can be a challenge. Now, imagine heating millions of square feet. That's that task the staff at the MSU heating plant are facing. One of the three massive boilers at the MSU heating plant is manned by people like Joe Sundstrom (More)
Posted 10:56 PM 12/3/2013 by Keele Smith - MTN News
With temperatures rapidly dropping, it is not just us feeling the chill. MTN's Keele Smith takes a look at how you can keep your pets and furry friends warm and cozy this winter. Tom Jakobs owns Cottonwood Veterinary Hospital in Bozeman. He says, "Not nearly as dangerous to them (More)