Marne Hayes experienced Big Sky during a unique period of expansion and growth during her more than 10 years at the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce. As executive director for the chamber from 2001 to 2011, she saw the community cope with unprecedented growth, a recession and then the uptick of growth following it.
On Jan. 30, the Gallatin County Commission passed the first reading of an ordinance to set the speed limit to 35 mph on the short stretch of roadway from Ousel Falls parking lot to the intersection of Ousel Falls View Road.
In the recently released Big Sky Area Sustainable Watershed Stewardship Plan, the authors write, “Water Forum stakeholders affirmed that direct discharge of treated wastewater effluent to the river systems would need to provide an ecological benefit and result in no negative impacts to the river systems.
The biggest fundraiser for the Big Sky School District, the 38th Annual Pie Auction, is Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Rainbow Ranch wedding barn, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
The Hungry Moose Market and Deli's Ashley Dodd has been creating and donating sweet treats to the cause for years. Here’s a winning recipe she passed along for inspiration.
In its quest for self-determination, unincorporated Big Sky finds soul mates in communities across Montana, from the Billings suburb of Lockwood to the woodsy
paradise of Seeley Lake.
As per your request for a response in regard to the Montana Public Service Commission article, “Heat turned up on propane provider,” written on Jan. 25, 2018.
The ski filmmaking and storytelling pioneer Warren Miller passed away recently at 93, leaving a lasting impact on ski culture across the planet, including here in Big Sky.
The Lone Peak High School Student Council urges those who are able to come donate blood on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
After a drawn-out ethics investigation into a day of skiing at the Yellowstone Club, Gallatin County Commissioner Steve White was recently exonerated and a complaint against him was dismissed following an investigation by the Montana Attorney General’s Office.
Abby and Erika represent the counseling team here at the Big Sky School District. They are both tireless workers with a 110 percent focus on students. This week, they both have worked really hard to bring the Kindness Challenge to the Big Sky community.