MUST-READ BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE STORIES FOR NOV. 3, 2015

The staff at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle works hard to bring you local news coverage. Here's a taste of what we had in today's paper.
  1. Bozeman city commissioners are moving forward with a plan to revitalize an area of town now dubbed "midtown." Eric Dietrich had the details. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/city/bozeman-commission-gives-north-th-renewal-plan-the-go-ahead/article_8b462c22-ae6a-5b99-90b2-f0c9a748c161.html
  2. A Gallatin County jury sided with Bozeman's hospital in a wrongful termination trial. Eric Dietrich's story explains. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/crime/jury-sides-with-deaconess-hospital-in-wrongful-termination-suit/article_3e7c5eb6-530a-5a9d-832d-39d5e2ddb7c6.html
  3. In crime news, a Belgrade man was charged with breaking into a sleeping woman's home and groping her. My story here. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/crime/belgrade-man-accused-of-breaking-into-apartment-groping-woman/article_e32f3a0a-22ac-5aca-852c-462431f947a5.html
  4. A panel has been chosen to study whether Bozeman should build a second high school. Gail Schontzler has the scoop. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/education/panel-named-to-investigate-need-for-bozeman-s-second-high/article_593bf46e-306e-5c40-af62-61b62e57ce13.html
  5. A legislative audit identified shortcomings in Montana's handling of child abuse. Troy Carter has the story. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/mtleg/audit-finds-lack-of-docs-late-reports-in-child-abuse/article_bb981a42-1852-5a04-b29a-8cb3ec44e20a.html