Update: Terri McCoy called over the weekend to clarify one issue about the complaints received from the 2010 reporting program. I wrote that 45 submissions… Read More »Montana Secretary of State launches site to streamline election law violation reports
The Bozeman Police Department announced Nov. 30 that it received a grant to buy a new patrol car camera that streams data wirelessly to servers… Read More »Bozeman police buying wireless patrol car camera
Butte’s KXLF, the oldest TV station in Montana, no longer has a news anchor on site, the Montana Standard reports.
Bobcat and Grizzly fans outraged that ESPN will not be broadcasting the first and second rounds of the FCS playoffs have taken to Facebook to air their grievances.
Google Maps has updated the satellite photos of Bozeman that appear on the website.
Billings is poised to take a real step forward in digital transparency. At its meeting next week, the Yellowstone County Commission will consider a policy… Read More »Yellowstone County considering software solution for email archiving
The Wyoming State Geological Survey has published a new website that gives visitors a look into Yellowstone’s geologic past and present.
One of our Pioneer Newspapers sister papers published an interesting editorial this weekend about the Logan, Utah, area’s obscure connection to the history of Apple… Read More »Chronicle sister paper in Logan has connection to Apple history
Where I come from, WoW stands for World of Warcraft, but apparently the good people of Missoula County now say it stands for Web on… Read More »The Web goes mobile and parks itself in Bozeman