Kids seem to have their own sense of humor. We might not all get what’s so funny, but, hey, they don’t understand most of our adult quirks either.
If not satisfied or very dissatisfied with your residence, can you briefly describe why?
•Two strangers sharing a one-bedroom.
•Six people packed in a two-bedroom.
The Big Sky Community Housing Trust hopes to secure land, partnerships and other resources for the development of affordable housing and to do that it needs additional staffing.
On March 9, NorthWestern Energy sent a letter to 3,650 Big Sky ratepayers inviting them to a public forum on April 11. At the meeting, NorthWestern Energy will unveil new renderings illustrating options for a mid-mountain substation at one of two proposed sites just off of Lone Mountain Trail.
After bouncing back from a knee injury, Lone Peak High School senior Holden Samuels placed second at the recent Freeride Junior World Championships in Austria. The event was held on Kappl’s Quellspitze venue and it pushed Samuels’ snowboarding in ways that allowed him to capture the runner-up spot.
The memory and tenacious spirit of Erika Pankow lives on through Big Sky Discovery Academy middle schoolers Nate McLain and Kjetil Hassman—The pair of outdoor-minded students are the latest recipients of the Erika Pankow Scholarship.
Francis Wendt is a 36-year-old unmarried Air Force veteran and member of the Montana Army National Guard. He’s into community theater and states for the record, “I’m not an outdoorsman.”
In a conference call with Montana press on March 21, Sen. Jon Tester broke some bad news for those hoping the state’s congressional delegation will come together to shield Yellowstone gateway communities from large-scale industrial mining.
The Top Shelf Toastmasters of Big Sky invite voters and candidates to a public question and answer session on Monday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. at Buck's T-4.