Michelle Wolfe.....what to say about her? She's been on the air at The MOOSE for over 20 years. Quite frankly we're surprised she hasn't done something within that time to be fired. But alas, The MOOSE Morning Show continues to be her home, away from her real home, where she pretends to garden and run a tidy household. Michelle has been in Bozeman since 1990, is a graduate of Montana State University and if you need to find her: check downtown. If you'd like to reach out via email, no problem. Just send an email HERE. She really does answer her email and address any issues you might have. Suggestions, questions and comments are always welcome. Really. - mooseradio.com
Bozeman Feels 6.5 Earthquake in Challis, Idaho
Yup, you probably felt the rolling shortly before 6pm on Tuesday night. A 6.5 earthquake shook through Idaho and was felt in many areas of southwest Montana.
COVID-19 Tips for BZN: Healthcare Workers, Water and Kids
Sidewalk Chalk is BACK, baby! You'll notice more pictures decorating your neighborhood walks. A bright piece of our monotonous days of social distancing.
Stop Messing With Delivery Folks. Their Job is Hard Enough Right Now
For the time being, perhaps refrain from ordering things online that you don't actually NEED. FedEx and UPS delivery people are working SO hard already delivering more boxes than ever before.
COVID-19 Tips for Bozeman: ‘Stay at Home’ Ordered and We’re #1
Gallatin County has to get serious about staying home and Governor Bullock has now put a directive in place. City Commissioner, Terry Cunningham, discusses where we stand.
COVID-19 Tips for Bozeman: Contact Tracing and Taking it Down a Notch
For now, Gallatin County is still the COVID-19 hotspot of Montana. (Folks really need to be staying home more.) But Terry Cunningham finds a few bright spots in our current situation.
Portion of South Willson Closed on Thursday 3/26
Expect to detour on South Willson (or just avoid it) on Thursday. College to Alderson will be closed to traffic by the City of Bozeman.
Downtown Bozeman Bridal Walk Postponed
The Bridal Walk WAS scheduled for Saturday, April 4th but will be postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
Eating in the Time of COVID-19
Guacamole has always been a good friend to me. Happy times, sad times, social times. But during a time of home confinement? Many of us weren't prepared for this.
COVID-19 Tips for Bozeman: Community Spread, Pulling Together and Volunteering
City Commissioner, Terry Cunningham, and I have talked a lot in the recent week about what all of us need to know, what we can do and perhaps NOT do as the Bozeman area deals with the reality of COVID-19.
Big Sky Resort to Suspend Operations on March 15th
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Big Sky Resort has decided to suspend the 2020 ski season at the close of Sunday March 15th. Details here:
Logjam Presents to Postpone all Live Events for 30 Days
An incredibly responsible move has just been made by Logjam Presents by cancelling all their live events, effective immediately. Details here:
UPDATE: 12″ Mountain Snow Possible by Sunday Night
Snow continues to fall around Gallatin County and the highest elevations may get up to a foot of fresh snow by Sunday night.