Before this Memorial Day, violent encounters between man and grizzly bear in the Big Sky area had not existed for 23 years – since the mauling of two people in 1997, according to Morgan Jacobson, Fish, Wildlife & Parks Information and Education Program Manager, Region 3.
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.
Montana Free Press created a comprehensive guideline to inform voters about candidates and races in the June 2 primary. Links to candidate websites and social media accounts, answers to questions on key issues, campaign finance data and elections headlines from around the state were compiled.
Jennie Cohen has been working at Big Sky Landscaping Plant Center for only three weeks, but her knowledge of plants and flowers is impressive. Her ready smile and willingness to help show that she loves what she is doing. “I love flowers, they make any area more beautiful – put a smile on people’s faces,” she said.
Montana has weathered the COVID–19 storm well with regard to maintaining safety in healthcare facilities. The personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages plaguing facilities in other areas of the nation mean that some doctors and nurses have had to resort to using trash bags in an attempt to protect themselves and patients.
Graduating Class of 2020 – You have already demonstrated that you have grit. Weathering all the changes and challenges of finishing your high school careers in the midst of a pandemic could not have been easy.
Though slowly but surely making its way into more conversations, the coronavirus expedited the idea that physical and mental health are fundamentally related. “To me, this is just a good time for all of us to think about our health.
On Tuesday May 12, 2020 at 11:15 a.m. a 68-year-old Big Sky resident David Green was found deceased inside his garage.
The May 12 Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office response to a cardiac/respiratory arrest call has led to an ongoing investigation of a death off of Curley Bear Road, according to a Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office dispatch report and Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin. Once on the scene, deputies discovered a victim with a head injury.
A person has been cited for obstructing a death investigation in Big Sky. The individual’s name as well as a photograph of his van were found at the scene of the death investigation on Curley Bear Road. The defendant was tracked to Silverbow Condominiums on May 12, when he allegedly refused to cooperate and resisted arrest.