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(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.

Death in Big Sky update

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.

Photo courtesy Bill Oxford on Unsplash

Death investigation in Big Sky

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.

PHOTO COURTESY LINDA GOLDINGER

BRIDGE to safety

Parkview West residents cheered as a Big Sky Fire Department fire truck crossed their bridge for the first time in years.

“The firetruck created truly a giddy feeling when I saw it come across!” resident Angie DeWispelaere said.

This is a momentous event for a long-time Big Sky neighborhood, noted resident Linda Goldinger.

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