I was 12 years old when I arrived in Big Sky with my parents. My family had just arrived from Honduras, escaping the violence there, and I remember being the only Spanish speaker and the only person with a different skin color in my 4th-grade class.
Gallatin County, Mont
Mountainfilm on Tour brings a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring documentary films curated from the Mountainfilm festival held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, Colorado.
Beware the beautiful weeds of the world. The difference between a weed and a flower goes a little deeper than aesthetics.
The third annual “Art for Everyone” art show will take place September 5-7 at the Wilson Hotel in Big Sky.
Every year there are rumors about new families with kids expected to move to Big Sky, and this year is no exception. Are there fifty? Twenty five? Ten? The real numbers won’t be known until (and if) we start school next fall. One thing is for sure, however.
The entrepreneurial spirit is admired for a reason. A level of grit is required to start a business. Add to that a business plan, financing, red tape and most recently – a pandemic. New startups in Big Sky had to assess their business ideas more thoroughly: is it sustainable? How will ramifications from the pandemic impact revenue?
Around nine COVID-19 cases were tracked in Big Sky this past week.
Four new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Gallatin County as of June 17 – those cases are in Big Sky and in the Gallatin Valley. For these cases, a variety of transmission methods came into play: community transmission, out-of-state travel and contact to known cases, a Gallatin City-County Health Department press release explained.
Noting a sustained reduction in new COVID-19 cases, Governor Steve Bullock rolled-out a phased plan for reopening Montana on Wednesday afternoon. The strategy came on the heels of his Friday announcement – the expiration of his stay at home directive on April 24 would mean revived movement for the state’s economy.