Hanna Powell was euphoric after performing, “Always Remember Us This Way,” by Lady Gaga at the Warren Miller Performing Arts (WMPAC) concert called “Her Gift Her Creation.”
Big Sky came together, residents donated their talents and $5,100 was raised for the Clendenin family for “sweet baby Violet’s” fight against Cerebral Palsy. It all took place during a single night of fun at Blend Big Sky and The Rocks Tasting Room.
As the snow flies and the base deepens, skiers hit the slopes for opening weekend. Big Sky Resort moved forward with initiatives for greater sustainability and safety this year.
Developer Scott Altman has big dreams for the 175 acre parcel where the gravel pit currently resides off of Highway 191.
There is no doubt that Big Sky would not be the community it is without so many area nonprofits making things happen. With countless volunteers contributing thousands of hours, the wheels of Big Sky continue to turn thanks to their efforts. Still, projects demand money.
In many ways the last few years of Lewis’s life are a pretty good representation of Joseph Campbell’s “The Hero’s Journey.” The hero struggles, finds conflict in the ordinary world, has a “call to adventure.” He heads into the special world where he endures tests and along the way discovers allies and enemies.
Haley Van Heel seems to be in constant motion between playing for the Hillbilly Huckers in community softball, coaching Big Sky girls in summer volleyball, and working fulltime as Design and Photography Manager at the Yellowstone Club. A Montana native, she has become a familiar face in town after her three-year tenure at the club.
The Big Sky community has come together to help Wilson Hotel Sales Manager Christine Lugo-Yergensen create the first – and potentially annual– Friendsgiving Feast, a free hot meal available to all Big Sky residents. The gathering will be held at the hotel on Nov. 27 at 3 p.m.
Now that the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center is entering its seventh year, it has solidified its place as a cornerstone of the community, and people associate winter in Big Sky with world-class performances in addition to skiing and powder days.
The Nov. 6 Madison and Gallatin Counties Joint Commission Meeting was to capacity – more seats had to be brought in.
The most notable to Madison County was the debate of Jack Creek Road.