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Skype: Is It Still Free To Call?

Skype is STILL free to use.  So long as you call computer to computer.  We use skype to talk with our daughter Ashley who is still in California and Lori's Mom in Reno.  It's so cool with webcams!  We opened our Christmas gifts together while online chatting!  As close to being there as possible! 

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Southwest Montana’s 2010 Weather

I've been looking over the weather stats for 2010.  (go ahead, say it, 'TOM IS REALLY A GEEK'!) It's true, I am! I watch the weather channel, but am also an avid follower of TOSH.0! Anyway, another reason that my wife Lori and I are so happy to be back in Bozeman are the summer temps.  Last year it was

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Bobcat Men End Year With Win Over Northern Arizona

The Montana State Men's Basketball team (8-6, 2-0) ended 2010 in winning fashion this afternoon in Bozeman with an 86-78 victory over Northern Arizona (8-6, 0-2). The Cats are now ready to hit the road for a matchup at Sacramento State (3-10, 0-2) on Thursday (1/6) night

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New Year’s Eve Events Via The Bozone

Southwest Montana is poised to ring in 2011 tonight. Whether you're looking to catch a little rodeo action, a Bobcat basketball game, or live music and good cheer, here are some suggestions to help ring in the new year.

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Happy New Year Snow

Here's a pretty good map of the snow area from the National Weather Service in Great Falls.  You can find more here:

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Bull Riding Blowout Tonight

Two big nights. Sixty of the toughest bulls. And sixty hard-nosed cowboys. It's the 2010 New Year's Eve Bull Riding Blowout, tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30pm at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $15 for adults, $8 for 6 to 14 year-olds, and kids 5 & under get in free. Sa

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Bozeman Chronicle Top Stories Of 2010

From wolves to bears,and hailstorms to the economy, the top Bozeman stories of 2010 range from good to bad; and everything in between. Take a look as the Bozeman Daily Chronicle walks us through the top stories of the last year.

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Bozeman Schools Out For Winter Break

So who is sleeping in today, huh?  Or is it "let's go shopping, please?"

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Bozeman Outdoor Ice Rinks Set To Open

I haven't been on ice skates since I was a kid.  Many many years ago.  So now that Lori and I are here, I'm willing to give it a try!  At least once, maybe twice! 

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Gallatin County Leads State In Flu Cases

The current Flu activity level in Montana is listed by the CDC as "sporadic," and Gallatin County leads the way with more than ten officially confirmed cases. Common flu symptoms include a fever higher than 100-degrees, headache & muscle aches, chills, cough, and runny nose.  There's good news; it's not too late to get vaccinated.

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Gifts Not To Buy This Holiday

I was very surprised, in fact, shocked when I began reading this article about what NOT to give for Christmas gifts.  I mean, c'mon, what's wrong with a little cheese, or a few flowers or for goodness sake...a gift card!

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First Security Bank Robbery

Thursday (12/16) morning just before 10am, an adult male approached a female clerk at the First Security Bank located in County Market on North 7th Avenue in Bozeman. The man pointed a handgun toward the clerk, leaned over the counter and demanded money. The clerk complied, gave him some money and he fled the store. 

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