The previous article discussed the story of Mary Anne Gotheridge and the staggering reality of losing her brother, father and mother to suicide.
Senate Bill 241 is now heading to the Gov. Steve Bullock's desk after making it past the third reading on the House floor with a vote of 71-29 on April 9 and past the second reading at the Montana House of Representatives by a vote of 75-24 on April 8.
Big Sky is set in one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems and live classrooms within which mysteries of the natural world can be studied.
Part three in an ongoing series
On a bluebird day at Big Sky Resort the Easton family was able to forget about a word that had become an integral part of their lives for several years – cancer.
Kelly Johnson’s education allows for her to look at her own suicide attempts with a level of analysis. She has a master’s degree in psychology and was an adjudicator of disabilities for the government before she ended up in in-patient suicide treatment.
Six or so months ago the Big Sky School District board of directors met in the Ophir Elementary cafeteria for their regular monthly meeting – a fresh batch of teachers was just settling in to the new school year.
Part one of a multi-part series
Senate Bill 241 was neither tabled nor killed by the Montana Legislature’s Senate Taxation Committee. The bill passed the first major hurdle by a vote of 10-2 and is now set for debate on the Senate floor.
Despite officially submitted protests from 29 qualified landowners in the North Gallatin Canyon Zoning District, Gallatin County Commissioners finalized their decision on Feb. 26 to allow a billboard owned by Saunders Outdoor Advertising, Inc to stay put.