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This sign, the kindness of a stranger and a pair of dirty drawers—the lengths dog owners go to retrieve our furry friends.

PHOENIX FOUND

Skiers, snowmobilers, snowshoers and others traveling across the Storm Castle Bridge during the holidays might have glimpsed a small sign alerting the world to the disappearance of a nine-year-old husky named Phoenix. 

Possible scene of the crime—Flying D Equine Manager Greg Pole casts a shadow as he snaps pictures of where he believes MJ the horse was shot, just off West Williams Road in Gallatin Gateway. The Montana Attorney General’s office said, depending on how the facts come together in MJ’s case, a person suspected of killing a “commonly domesticated hoofed animal” could be fined $50,000 and sent to prison for as many as 10 years.

Cash reward for horse killer

It was the night before Christmas and all along the fence line near the junction of Gateway South Road and West Williams Road, around 30 horses gathered to feed. Then a shot rang out sometime after staff at the Flying D Ranch made its second daily routine check of the horse herd. 

The Powder Light subdivision: Where developers hope a lawsuit will clear the way for more affordable housing in Big Sky.

Suing for pillows

Just after the Gallatin County Commission shot down his planned commercial subdivision, Realtor and Developer Scott Altman buried his frustration under a friendly smile. The project included as many as 40, four-bedroom units.

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