Bozeman High alumni, family genealogists, social historians and others will find a wealth of information now that roughly 80 years of back issues of the high school newspaper have been digitally preserved on a searchable website.
Rosalyn Kutsch explained that it had been driving her crazy to see old copies of the Hawk Tawk turning yellow in a cabinet, slowly disintegrating, vulnerable to fire and not accessible to the public.
“It needed to be done,” Kutsch said. “It will leave a legacy.”
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