On his first trip to Big Sky about 20 years ago, U.S. Senate candidate and Montana Auditor Matt Rosendale said he showed up without reservations at Buck’s T-4 looking for a room. It was sometime in April or May, during what was then the quiet shoulder season. There were plenty of rooms available.
The U.S. Forest Service draft environmental review released March 29 proposes a 20-year withdrawal of approximately 30,370 acres of public lands near Yellowstone National Park, which have been targeted for new mining activities.
In the more than a decade since she started at the Wrap Shack, Kimi Hueftle has rolled more burritos than she could ever count. But all that “rolling them fat” has paid off—as of April 1, Hueftle is the new owner of the establishment that’s been serving Big Sky since 2004.
For over 25 years, the Big Sky County Water and Sewer District has maintained our commitment to meeting the needs of our water and sewer customers. Our mission is to provide efficient and reliable water and sewer service that meets or exceeds federal and state regulations.
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.