Jana Bounds

Jake, Christine, Leif, Ava and Vivienne Yergensen came to Big Sky after Jake was offered a position as pastry chef at the Yellowstone Club. PHOTO COURTESY CHRISTINE YUGO-YERGENSEN

Making life sweet

By all indications, Christine Lugo-Yergensen is tireless in her pursuits. She has a sort of vibrancy – in fact she exudes joy. With three kids under seven, a new catering business and volunteer pursuits that keep her hopping – including the Friendsgiving at the Wilson Hotel – her reservoir of energy likely comes in handy.

(L-R) A Rolling Thunder member assists Ronnie “Crazy Cajun” Davis to the Vietnam Memorial Wall so he can honor the men from his platoon, then Rolling Thunder Chapter 1, MO. President Terry “Tiny” Willey also supports Davis. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

The meaning of Memorial Day

Nearly one million motorcyclists from across the United States and Canada polish their chrome, don their biker gear and set out for a grueling journey to bring the thunder to D.C. – a journey that for many proves life changing. I met then Rolling Thunder Chapter 1, MO.

The show was high energy, lots of fun and had fantastic choreography.

Big Sky students have talent

The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center was greeted with the sound of basketballs, cheering and singing in Big Sky Broadway’s performance of “High School Musical” on April 5 and 6. It was the largest Big Sky Broadway production to date with 23 Big Sky High School cast and crew members. 

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