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Gallatin County Sheriff ’s Office Search and Rescue Volunteers used a snow ambulance near Yellowstone National Park over Christmas break to get an injured snowmobiler help. PHOTO COURTESY GALLATIN COUNTY

No rest for Search & Rescue

When humans head to the wilderness, things can happen quickly. Weather shifts, lightning strikes, animals attack. This is not to say that nature has antipathy for humans, but more apathy. That might even be part of the appeal for outdoor enthusiasts – a thrill.

American Legion Post 99 members and Sons of the American Legion Post 99 members gather at the recycling center, which they used organization funds to help pave. L-R Chuck Hinz, Mark Firmin, Jeremy Harder, Jack “Captain Jack” Hudspeth, Kenny “Cuz” Alley and Jim Hinz. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Honey paves the way

Patrick Maidman busied himself unloading a vehicle full of cardboard at the newly paved recycling center on Hwy. 191. He noted how nice it looked and also that the improvement was just in time for winter.

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