Counter demonstrators stand in opposition to those participating in the Defend the Police rally through downtown Bozeman on Friday, July 31, 2020.

Hundreds flocked to downtown Bozeman to participate in the Defend the Police rally on July 31, 2020. Upon reaching Bozeman, the rally was met with Black Lives Matter counter-protesters. 

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President Donald Trump poses for the media after stepping down from Air Force One on Nov. 3, 2018, at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Trump appeared in Bozeman with less than 72 hours to go before Election Day to campaign on behalf of Republican state auditor Matt Rosendale, who was running for U.S. Senate.

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A horse runs in a pasture near firefighters controlling the Bradley Creek Fire on Monday, Aug. 24, 2020. The Bradley Creek Fire started Sunday night burned 1,700 acres by Monday afternoon.

A horse runs through a pasture just over the hill from the Bradley Creek fire on Aug. 24, 2020. The fire started Sunday night near Norris, Montana and had burned 1,700 acres by Monday afternoon.

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Two young cowgirls pose for a photo during the Bozeman Stampede on Friday night, August 9, 2019, at the Gallatin County Fair Grounds.

Two young cowgirls attend the Bozeman Stampede Rodeo on Aug. 9, 2019, at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds in Bozeman, Montana.

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Approximately 40 coal cars fell off the tracks, spilling their contents on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019, near the Trail Creek interstate exit.

A westbound coal train derailed east of Bozeman on Jan. 29, 2019, sending an estimated 40 cars off track and spilling their contents along I-90. Some coal spilled into Rocky Creek, which runs alongside the tracks.

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A young boy waves out the open window of a Chevrolet Bel Air during the annual Fourth of July Parade through downtown Ennis on July 4, 2019.

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Elaine Atkins is escorted through the airport after returning home from a trip to the White House to accept the Medal of Honor on behalf of her son, Travis.

Elaine Atkins is escorted through the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport after returning home from a trip to the White House to accept a posthumous Medal of Honor on behalf of her son, Travis Atkins. Travis died at 31 in Iraq after tackling a suicide bomber to the ground to save three of his fellow soldiers in 2007.

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Gary and Paul Broyles itch at bug bites in the middle of a green field full of ripening wheat on their family farm, July 16, 2019, near Rapelje. The Broyles have been participating in a Montana State University study using data and experimentation to buil

Gary and Paul Broyles itch at bug bites in the middle of a green field full of ripening wheat on their family farm, July 16, 2019. The Broyles have been participating in a Montana State University study using data and experimentation to build up a case for "precision agriculture," determining the correct portion of fertilizer on a specific part of a field to produce the highest yield. This melding of farming and technology might be a valuable tool for farmers looking to combat the effects of climate change in the future.

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Karen Smith, Montana Ballet Company Operations Manager and Head Teacher, teaches an Adaptive Dance Program for children with Down syndrome on Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Montana Ballet Company. Here she guides Molly Hubner, 7, and Al

Karen Smith leads an adaptive dance class for children with Down syndrome on Jan. 19, 2017, at the Montana Ballet Company, where she is the operations manager and head teacher. Molly Hubner (middle), 7, and Alexis Tomac (right), 7, follow along as Smith guides the circle through a round of, "Heads, shoulders, knees and toes." 

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Jera and Tyler Samuelson spend time with their youngest son, 11-month old Logan Samuelson, before Logan's bedtime on September 3, 2019. Logan was born nearly four months prematurely, requiring him to use a ventilator at all times to breathe.

Jera and Tyler Samuelson spend time with their youngest son, 10-month-old Logan Samuelson, before bed on Sept. 3, 2019. Logan was born nearly four months premature, requiring him to use a ventilator to breathe. A lack of resources for babies like Logan in Montana forces the Samuelsons to take regular trips outside of the state for ongoing treatment.

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Members of the Spirit of the West marching band play inside the First Interstate Bank during Montana State University’s eighth annual Cat Walk on Aug. 25, 2017. MSU President Waded Cruzado; MSU’s mascot, Champ the bobcat; the cheer squad and student athletes joined the marching band as it made its way through downtown Bozeman, surprising businesses along the way.

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Rhys Price, 10, shows off her handstand skills with her mermaid tail, purchased off of the internet, while her two friends look on Tuesday afternoon at Bogert Pool in Bozeman.

Rhys Price, 10, shows off her mermaid tail by doing an underwater handstand while her two friends look on at Bogert Pool in June 2016. 

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