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.
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.
After 24 years providing walk-in medical service to the Big Sky community, Dr. Jeff Daniels has sold his practice—the Medical Clinic of Big Sky—to Bozeman Health.
As the Big Sky Chapel nears its 20th anniversary, the chapel’s planning committee is now looking toward the next 20 years, and is asking the community for its input via a short survey.
Upon entering Luxe, Town Center’s newest culinary addition, one is instantly transported to another time—one where classic over-the-top décor blends with the feel of a cocktail bar and the smells of a French-style patisserie.
Two reports from the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana reveal positive trends for the Big Sky area as a tourist destination.
In 2018, Big Sky residents will help elect three legislators representing this community on both sides of the Gallatin-Madison county line.
The Big Sky firefighters dispatched to California two weeks ago are still battling the 60-percent contained Thomas Fire. Big Sky Fire Department (BSFD) Chief William Farhat said he’s in constant contact with his team, and that he hopes they’ll be coming home before Christmas.
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.
When you hurt yourself on the job, you become a statistic that’s eventually crunched and analyzed by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Employment Relations Division. A team of research analysists pour over the numbers and provide a glimpse into how often Montanans hurt themselves on the job.