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The race question

The census only happens once every ten years and the data received from the count goes towards funding communities, shaping political districts and defining demographics. Thus, obtaining an accurate count is crucial. This article, part two in a three-part series, explores the race and ethnicity questions in the census.

See you in September?

Carly Wilson is the Lone Peak Lookout’s Student Reporter. Born and raised in Big Sky, Carly will be a Junior at LPHS in the fall. The Lookout’s Student Reporter position is a Big Sky Youth Corps’ funded placement.

This picture was taken during a ride at the top of the Michener loop open to the public last week. Berms, or a banked turn, are included in the flow trails. PHOTO COURTESY KEELY LARSON

PROGRESS

The Big Sky Community Organization (BSCO) is making progress on their Master Trails plan developed in 2017. Early priorities include connections to Big Sky Resort and the Spruce Cone trail. Priority was determined by public surveys.

Seeking creative solutions

The culmination of six months of work equals an additional option for renters and homeowners in Big Sky. A new website through the LandingLocals platform will  allow “local workers have an easier time finding long-term rentals,” Big Sky Community Housing Trust (BSCHT) Executive Director Laura Seyfang explained.

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