There’s a groundhog skull tattooed on the heads of both Drew Clendenin and James Clark. One might think the two lost a bet, but they’d be wrong. The giant rodent skulls are actually tributes to loved ones. For Clark, his niece, and Clendenin, it’s for his recently born daughter. But, why a groundhog skull?
Ladies, meet Tenacity Jane. She’s an outdoor, western superheroine—the ideal, strong-willed woman who inspires other women to live adventurously.
This is the story of Robert Juel, though everyone called him Bob. He was a wonderful man who was loved, is missed, and will always be remembered for his smile, large bear hugs and booming laughter.
A request for approval of the Meadowview Condominium Development has been made to the Gallatin County Commissioners. This development is for a 52-unit residential “workforce housing” condominium subdivision located in Big Sky north of Little Coyote Road behind the tennis courts and ball fields.
After bouncing back from a knee injury, Lone Peak High School senior Holden Samuels placed second at the recent Freeride Junior World Championships in Austria. The event was held on Kappl’s Quellspitze venue and it pushed Samuels’ snowboarding in ways that allowed him to capture the runner-up spot.
The memory and tenacious spirit of Erika Pankow lives on through Big Sky Discovery Academy middle schoolers Nate McLain and Kjetil Hassman—The pair of outdoor-minded students are the latest recipients of the Erika Pankow Scholarship.
In May, Peter Manka will become a director on the Big Sky Water and Sewer District Board. But on March 20, Manka he was unofficially welcomed with a seat at the table inside the district’s conference room during the board’s monthly meeting.
This week’s Miner of the week is Devan Miller. Devon participated in the Special Olympics two weeks ago at Big Sky Resort. Devon works hard both in the classroom and on the slopes. “She overcame a lot of fear to get to the finish line. She was ecstatic when she finished, and was welcomed by the Lone Peak cheerleaders,” one of her teachers said.
Big Sky native Kristi Borge and her husband Erik were living in Northeast Bozeman when they started wondering if it might be a good idea to sell their house and buy a ski area.
Maverick Mountain was on the market, so the couple drove over on a spring day after the area’s lone lift stopped spinning for the season.