Bella McLain joined her friend Gabriella Getz and celebrated her 18th birthday by lacing-up her tennis shoes and walking with around 150 people as part of the “Out of the Darkness” Bozeman experience with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
Lone Peak Lookout
Carol Collins has some connections to some big dogs – the folks behind a big hot dog. Noting that recent news has been a bit of a soggy bun, she thought it might be nice to invite the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to visit Big Sky as a break from the pandemic, politics and fires.
Aranza De La Torre arrived in Big Sky four years ago completely unable to speak English. Google Translate and her English-speaking husband were De La Torre’s only methods of communication. Until recently, she worked at the Big Sky Post Office where she was able to provide translation for others.
League football just makes sense in Big sky, does it not? Sam Luedtke, general manager for Skyline Bus, thought so.
Yesterday, Big Sky Resort season passes and lift tickets went on sale after a hiatus over the summer.
After having numerous games canceled in the beginning of the season due to COVID-19, Lone Peak High School Big Horns soccer players finally got to get their cleats dirty in team play on Saturday, Sept 12.
Lone Peak High School Lady Big Horns volleyball faced Twin Bridges on Sept. 10, displaying dominance yet again. A day later, the team also secured victory in its contest against Lima. The third game was a battle, but the Lady Big Horns pulled through.
LPHS vs. Twin Bridges Lady Falcons 9/10/2020
WIN 25-12, 25-12, 25-13
Jon “Teton Jon” Rose has summited the Grand Teton five times from three different directions. For him, those summits represent his chase of a lifelong dream. His quest for the mountains was dormant for decades aside from summer trips. His career kept him firmly rooted in the Midwest.
Big Sky Fire Department (BSFD) had boots on the ground over the weekend helping battle the zero percent contained, now over 7,000 acre blaze in the Bridgers.
BSFD Chief Greg Megaard, who was born and raised in the Gallatin Valley, said he does not remember ever seeing the Bridger mountains on fire like they were this last weekend.
Tim “Bo Tim” Pattison has faced many grizzly bears in his 45 years of hunting and picking up antlers around Big Sky. His foot was once in a sow grizzly’s mouth after he climbed a tree to try to get away from her – when she tried to pull him down.