MUST-READ BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE STORIES FOR NOV. 11, 2015

Happy Veterans Day! Today's Chronicle includes features on two local vets from different eras. And, as always, there is tons of local news coverage. Here are some of our staff bylines.
  1. A 94-year-old WWII vet says that his time in the service - including being struck in the neck with shrapnel during a battle in France - was the best thing that ever happened to him. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/dailyfeatures/best-thing-that-ever-happened-to-me/article_a2121f64-6848-5dd1-8395-b13e8c29f441.html
  2. Gallatin County Commissioners rejected a proposed dog ordinance. Troy Carter was at the packed meeting and has the details. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/county/county-rejects-proposed-dog-control-ordinance/article_f30659e1-6ded-55cb-a354-c568b5d97f24.html
  3. On the city commission, a road project on Bozeman's west end is moving forward. Eric Dietrich has the deets. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/city/eminent-domain-for-baxter-davis-project-moving-forward/article_23353267-767b-5288-b908-cfb81c410166.html
  4. Investors interested in opening a for-profit osteopathic medical college in Bozeman are moving forward with their plans. Gail Schontzler has the scoop. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/montana_state_university/doctor-college-eyeing-bozeman-moves-ahead-despite-missoula-competition/article_cb817f65-9343-577c-a3b2-32883dd2f7d5.html