The Montana Department of Commerce is conducting an online test to determine the speed and efficiency of the stateâ€™s broadband Internet services.
Bozeman has officially put in its bid to become a test city for Google’s new super-high-speed Internet service, which the company says will give customers download speeds up to 100 times faster than those now available in most areas. The city of Bozeman and its partners, the Prospera Business Network and the Bozeman Area Chamber… Continue reading Bozeman makes a bid for super-fast Google Internet service
A video designed and animated by online marketing agency JESS3 for the its lecture at AIGA Baltimore in February 2010.
Some rather crazy numbers from the second annual Middleberg/SNCR Survey of the Media in the Wired World.
Mandie Majerus’ habit of posing challenges for herself started early, when as a girl growing up in Bozeman, she pinned a map of Antarctica to her wall and swore she’d get there someday.
“Craig and Alaska have had a long love affair,” he said, noting his early passion for frontier poetry and Jack London novels. “I may have been born a century too late.”
The last time the Chronicle took a close look at Lower Bridger School, back in 2000, the century-old schoolhouse was in pretty rough shape.
Arlene Veltkamp first went to jail 25 years ago, and she’s been in and out ever since, typically finding herself back in the hoosegow about once a month. No, Veltkamp’s not a repeat offender. She’s a hairdresser.
This particular safe had its combination changed at some point in its history, making a call back to the factory for help pointless. The only hope of getting the thing open, short of TNT, was a locksmith.