MUST-READ BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE STORIES FOR OCT. 27, 2015

  1. An organization trying to get Montana kids - especially girls - excited about science, engineering and computer coding, kicked off in Bozeman on Monday. Gail Schontzler has the story.
  2. Gail also has a story about a fired employee who is suing Montana State University. Here are the details on the suit. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/montana_state_university/fired-employee-sues-msu-former-arts-dean/article_27be66fa-b9cb-579e-b6d1-3caf688e09c0.html
  3. A candidate has thrown his name in the ring for a seat in the Montana legislature. Troy Carter has the scoop. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/politics/houghton-running-for-belgrade-house-district/article_0f6d542f-9b1e-5179-a0ae-8e4289dbe4fc.html
  4. An Amber Alert had phones across Montana ringing. City editor Michael Becker explains why that happened. http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/crime/amber-alert-triggers-statewide-cellphone-notifications/article_5951fceb-a706-53e6-b5f2-94faa5304ca1.html