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Community leaders and citizens gathered in the Big Sky Chamber conference room to discuss water issues and options for the canyon. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Canyon debates the water issue

Nearly 20 people gathered in the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce Conference Room on Wed. June 19 to discuss water treatment options for Gallatin Canyon residents, including options like a septic maintenance program or the potential for forming a district and constructing a centralized treatment system.

 

Fawn hiding in the grass on Dunraven Pass

THE VIEW FROM YELLOWSTONE

It is bug season in Yellowstone and the warming daytime temperatures and abundant melt water ponds are producing a bumper crop of biters and blood suckers. Evenings are the worst, so go with bug spray and appropriate clothing. A good hoodie with a built-in buff can be useful along with bite-proof gloves and long pants.

Heroin, lethal dose 10-12 mg; Fentanyl, lethal dose 1-2 mg; Carfentanil, lethal dose .02 mg. Carfentanil was used in the past to tranquilize Grizzly bears according to the Department of Justice, is a “dangerous new factor in the U.S. opioid crisis.”  Photo courtesy Missouri River Drug Task Force

Drugs in the valley

Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office captain Ryan Stratman is the commander of the regional Missouri River Drug Task Force. He recently provided an update to members of local media regarding  the task force’s purpose and discoveries. Two deputies who often operate undercover also presented findings.

Building Big Sky

The May 16 recent Big Sky Community Building Forum hosted by the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce spoke to rampant and unprecedented growth for Big Sky in the next few years, but with a level of strategic planning behind it.

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