Rotary Club of Big Sky Rotarians Jo Lieburg, Tim Kent, Blair Mohn, Woody Burt, Laura Seyfang and Big Sky Community Food Bank director Sarah Gaither helped teach the 8th grade class about service, according to Rotary President Laura Seyfang. The week-long effort allowed for the kids to hear from a past Peace Corps member who worked in Tanzania.
Early ski season is typically a little more technical for the folks responsible for snow safety. Using data analysis and strategic, careful work, they tame the mountain as best as possible for the safety of the skiing/ snowboarding public.
The Quarry Big Sky, the proposed 175 acre residential and commercial development in the canyon has made it past another hurdle. Gallatin County Planning and Zoning Commission approved the Planned Use Development (PUD) request by a vote of 4-2.
It was a Hail Mary moment for Richard Nichols as he sailed off Lone Mountain Trail. He saw a tree, knew that was where he was going to land, crossed his arms over his chest and braced for impact.
Renovations at the Hungry Moose will conclude on Friday. Among new offerings will be a salad bar, more seating and more space for products.
On the world stage, water is becoming an increasingly valuable player.
It is back to the drawing board for finding water on the mountain for Big Sky County Water and Sewer District (BSCWSD).
Morgan Doud is the product of a beautiful love story. Before her parents were married, her father always had a feeling something was wrong with him. He went for testing, discovered he has Muscular Dystrophy and told his fiance to marry someone else, someone without his struggles.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign was launched by a single man with a singular idea – to feed 1,000 of San Francisco’s poorest residents a free Christmas dinner on Christmas Day, according to the Salvation Army.
Big Sky Resort kicked off the 2019-2020 ski season with the most successful opening day on record, Troy Nedved general manager of Big Sky Resort said.