Michael Becker is the Web Editor of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He has been a blogger and professional journalist since 2005, covering subjects ranging from nonprofits and crime to engineering and technology.
Lawmakers in Wyoming are looking at whether local governments should still be required to publish legal notices in newspapers or whether they can be published… Read More »Wyo. lawmakers looking at necessity of publishing legal notices in newspapers
Every six months or so, I get the inkling that it’s time to redesign the Chronicle’s website. Today was the culmination of another of those… Read More »Chronicle website gets a slight design refresh
**Update:** Since originally publishing this post, another link has surfaced to [the full report](http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/Missing-Anaconda-woman-s-ID-found-in-Clark-Fork-River/-/14594602/19161704/-/106l8tvz/-/index.html), written by Maschmedt herself. Apparently the Will Wadley story was only… Read More »NBC Montana reporter inserted into chain of evidence
Hilarious @nbcmontana anchor staring at his phone for updates on air. The age we live in…. #johnsontrial — kyle sample (@kylesample_bdc) March 1, 2013
Today, former UM quarterback Jordan Johnson was acquitted of rape. The trial was followed in detail by a number of live-tweeting accounts, including the Montana… Read More »Most tweeted moment in Montana history?
Montana’s Department of Commerce announced Feb. 11 that nine communities around the state are going to split $150,000 intended to help their online marketing. The… Read More »State commerce department awards $150,000 in grants for e-marketing efforts