Those running for the Big Sky Resort Tax Board followed different paths to the recent candidates’ forum at Buck’s T-4.
Snow blew sideways outside as Head Coach Dave Brekke watched his track and field team warm up in the Lone Peak High gym on April 2. The week before, practices were in preparation for the first track meet on April 3 in Bozeman, but weather moved in and the meet was cancelled.
For Big Sky Sotheby’s International Broker Tallie Lancey, there’s always a way to shave out some time to give back to the community. Most recently she helped out with the Arts Council of Big Sky’s annual Auction for the Arts, envisioning and bringing the colorful decorations for the event to life.
The Lone Peak High School Thespian Society will present this comical and musical retelling of the classic fairytale story, “The Princess and the Pea,” in the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. on April 5 and 6.
This is the story of Robert Juel, though everyone called him Bob. He was a wonderful man who was loved, is missed, and will always be remembered for his smile, large bear hugs and booming laughter.
A request for approval of the Meadowview Condominium Development has been made to the Gallatin County Commissioners. This development is for a 52-unit residential “workforce housing” condominium subdivision located in Big Sky north of Little Coyote Road behind the tennis courts and ball fields.
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.