The Belgrade School District has embraced Facebook and Twitter, creating presences on the social networking sites to help parents communicate directly with the schools, the… Read More »Belgrade Schools using Facebook and Twitter to communicate with parents
Montanaâ€™s Attorney General, Steve Bullock, has joined the race for governor, allowing the Internet to carry all the buzz before his real-world announcement parties.
The Bozeman Police Department on Thursday announced that it will post information about crimes reported in the city to a free, publicly accessible online mapping service.
The Montana Attorney General’s office has released a new service that allows Montanans to file a complaint against a business and search for existing complaints online.
I found this on the Gazette’s website this morning. Billings Senior High grad Andrew Gumm is in this short film, which won the best humor… Read More »Billings high school grad in Comic-Con award-winning short film
A new iOS game hopes to raise awareness of the “plight of the Yellowstone bison,” according to an announcement sent out by its developer.
Our assistant managing editor, Ted Sullivan, put together this story both to capture the Twitter presence of the 2011 Bite of Bozeman and as a… Read More »Bite of Bozeman, as viewed from Twitter
The $64 million awarded to Gallatin Gateway-based Internet provider Montana Opticom last year has a new critic, Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk.