Greetings from The MOOSE Morning Show! (It's hard to believe I've been around this joint for 26 years.) I'm always honored that you've spent part of your day with 94.7 The MOOSE. We try really hard every day to capture the best of the Gallatin Valley and for me, that means waking up at 4:30 am and heading downtown to our studios. After living in the Valley for 30 years, Bozeman never gets dull. Sure, it's a lot bigger than when I was in college at Montana State but it's never been 'dull'. If you ever come across something you think I should know about, don't hesitate to reach out. Could be a new band I need to hear or a new restaurant you think I should try. I'd love to hear about it. You can always call the studio at (406) 587-0951 during the MOOSE Morning Show from 6am to 10am. If you'd like to reach out via email, no problem. Just send an email HERE. I really do check my email and will address any issues you might have. Suggestions, questions and comments are always welcome. Really. -Michelle
Remarkable (But Hidden) Montana State Parks You’ll Want To Visit
Montana has some real gems when it comes to state parks. National parks sometimes get all the accolades, especially when you've got Glacier and Yellowstone out your backdoor. But Montana's state parks are some of the best in the country. If it's been a while since you've discovered a new one, might we suggest one of these...
2 Montana Ski Hills Make ‘Most Affordable in U.S.’ List
We all know skiing has become a very expensive sport. Lift ticket prices have increased dramatically across the country, and ski hills are more crowded than ever. However, Montana still has a couple of excellent ski hills who have landed on a 'Most Affordable in the U.S.' list.
NEW UPDATE: 12″ MORE Possible In Montana Mountains By Friday
Snow will continue to fall across most of Montana through at least Friday morning. Higher elevations are getting lots of snow, while the valleys are seeing less but frequent light snowfalls. Thursday night is expected to bring lots more snow, along with some wind.
If You Went to MSU Anytime Before 2000, You Partied In This Big House
It would be genuinely difficult to find a Montana State alum who hasn't spent some celebratory time in this historic Bozeman home. Many a keg has passed through it's doors and it might actually be the most common denominator among generations of Bobcats.
The Stunning Montana Tourist Attraction I’ve Sadly Never Heard Of
I'm shocked and embarrassed that I've never been to this really gorgeous piece of Montana. It's so close, incredibly beautiful, inexpensive to visit, and right up my alley. Perhaps 'tourist attraction' isn't the right term for this Jefferson City gem.
Super Funky Montana VRBO Rental Gets Very Weird Comments
It turns out not everybody is interested in funky short term rentals, of which Montana has several. We spotted an online ad for an unusual property for rent in Bozeman that gathered some of the funniest comments ever.
Montana Beware: Bozeman Folks Are Moving To These 5 Montana Towns
Bozeman residents are on the move - but they're trying very hard to stay IN Montana. Some people can't afford housing in the Bozeman area, others are simply not interested in the rapid growth that has taken over the Gallatin Valley.
Montana’s Best Burger? The Ultimate Guide By Local Expert Foodies
Forget about magazine lists - where are the best burgers in Montana? Ask a local. This is the Ultimate List of Great Burgers in Montana, so prepare yourself to taste the best of the best, across the entire state. Some Montana towns have a LOT more restaurants and bars on the list than others, but you're never far from a tasty burger in Montana.
Montana Might Entirely Burn To The Ground This Year
Montana's lack of snowfall and our dangerously low snowpack levels are becoming the stuff of fire season nightmares. As the winter weeks go by, our 'percentages of normal' keep ticking lower - and that's not good news for this summer.
5 ‘New Truths’ About Bozeman That Were Never True Before
Heraclitus must have had Montana in mind when he wrote, "everything changes and nothing remains still; and you cannot step twice into the same stream." Sounds about right, especially if you've lived in and around Bozeman for at least 20 years.