Michelle Wolfe.....what to say about her? She's been on the air at The MOOSE for over 20 years. Quite frankly we're surprised she hasn't done something within that time to be fired. But alas, The MOOSE Morning Show continues to be her home, away from her real home, where she pretends to garden and run a tidy household. Michelle has been in Bozeman since 1990, is a graduate of Montana State University and if you need to find her: check downtown. If you'd like to reach out via email, no problem. Just send an email HERE. She really does answer her email and address any issues you might have. Suggestions, questions and comments are always welcome. Really. - mooseradio.com
It’s TIME TO FISH! License Year Starts on March 1st
It's time to renew FWP licenses for the state of Montana. Good thing, it couldn't be easier to get it done and be on your way. March 1st is the "opening day" of the new license year.
FLOOD ADVISORY: Ice Jam Near Cameron Bridge Road
An ice jam caused a portion of Cameron Bridge Road west of Belgrade to be closed between Linney Road and Highline Road. NOW REOPENED.
ALERT: 70+ MPH Livingston Area Winds Through Sunday
Park County (along with several others) has a High Wind Watch with 75 MPH gusts possible all weekend, through Sunday night.
Hooray! Bozeman’s North Rouse Avenue is NOW OPEN!
I thought I had resigned myself to never using North Rouse Avenue again. What has seemed to be the longest street closure in Bozeman history is now coming to an end.
2020 Bozeman Winter Farmers Market Fall Dates and Details
It's not too late for you to get fresh, local produce and products from our fine Montana vendors. The Bozeman Winter Farmer's Market is happening on select dates through December 19th, 2020. YES! There will be 2021 Winter Farmer's Market dates too!
BSF Cancels November Ski Swap
It's legendary. It's fun. It's for a good cause. But unfortunately the 2020 Bridger Ski Foundation's Ski Swap has been cancelled. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, safety of members and the public came first.
Bozeman Area Trail Etiquette: Dos and Don’ts
From Sypes to Sourdough, Bozeman has over 80 miles of trails that are much loved and well maintained. With so much added traffic this summer, let's chat about trail etiquette for those not familiar.
Bozeman’s Population Decade by Decade From 1870
We talk a lot about all the changes happening in the Gallatin Valley but have you ever looked at the population growth over the last 100 years or more? It's fascinating to see that we've always had pretty rapid growth. It's nothing new.
Downtown Bozeman: $449,000 for 808 Square Feet
We're here. Everything is pending. Everything is expensive. The boom hasn't stopped. A small house in downtown can command well over $500 a square foot? Supply and demand at it's mathematical finest.
NOT ONE Person Drives the Speed Limit on Highland Blvd
Ok, one old lady in a Chrysler did. But we hung out for one solid hour near the speed check placed by BPD and she was the ONLY one.
Sweet Pea 2020 Chalk on the Walk Tuesday
Even in a COVID year, Chalk on the Walk will remain one of the most loved parts of Sweet Pea Festival...and it's happening in 2020 so have no fear!
Apparently, Montanans Spot Bigfoot A LOT
Just what we need...to be the real home of Bigfoot. According to a company that tracks Bigfoot sightings, Montana has the 5th highest sightings in the country per capita.